ERASMUS WELCOME DAY – 2020/2021 SECOND SEMESTER
Our Erasmus Welcome Day – second semester will take place on February 22nd, 2020 at 10:00, via Teams. Please, check your email for details.
What to do before coming to Roma Tre (Application Form)
If you are going to spend your Erasmus study period at Roma Tre, you must ensure that your University communicated officially your nomination by e-mail to our Office – European Student Mobility Programmes Office (email@example.com) . Thereafter you must fill in our Application Form on line. The Application Form must then be printed, signed by the student and sent to UPEMS through helpdesk . As soon as our Office receives your nomination, we will send you confirmation of acceptance by e-mail.
It is necessary to respect the following deadlines for filling in the Application Form:
- from 30th March to 15th June for students arriving in the first semester or for the entire academic year
- from 30th September to 1st November for students arriving in the second semester
Roma Tre offers free Italian language courses for Erasmus students. To attend the Italian language courses, you must enroll in advance through the website of Centro Linguistico di Ateneo.
It is necessary to make sure you have a valid health insurance in Italy (before leaving, check that there is an agreement with the Italian state).
Enrolment at Roma Tre University
To be enrolled as Erasmus student , it is necessary to send a ticket through https://help.uniroma3.it/ uploading a copy of the following compulsory documents (please in only one attachment):
- proof of your arrival in Rome (flight ticket and boarding pass, train ticket, bus ticket, etc);
- copy of Identity card/passport.
Erasmus incoming students will receive a certificate attesting their enrolment at Roma Tre as Erasmus student. Thereafter they will receive an e-mail with a User Id and a password to access their Reserved Area. Through the Student Portal students will be able to check constantly their academic career, enroll for exams and print certificates such as the Transcript of Records.
Study Plan and Learning Agreement
The Erasmus departmental Coordinator must be contacted by Erasmus incoming students immediately after enrollment to define a study plan, to sign a Learning Agreement, to get information about courses , courses in English and teachers. Our Office and the Erasmus Institutional Coordinator are at disposal to support and guide incoming students in their initial phase of stay and throughout the Erasmus period. Our Erasmus Institutional Coordinator is available to receive students by appointment. Any changes to the study plan entered in the Application Form must be done also in the Student Personal Page (log in with the same User Id and a password received by e-mail). By 30th October for students arriving in the first semester and by 31st March for students arriving in the second semester, the Learning Agreement complete with all signatures must be sent to our Office. A copy of the Learning Agreement must be sent to our Office otherwise the certificate of stay will not be issued.
What to do before leaving Rome
At the end of the study period at Roma Tre, the Office will issue a certificate to the student certifying the Erasmus period carried out.
Updated information about University’s initiatives during Covid-19 emergency can be found on this dedicated website.
European Student Mobility Programmes Office