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Erasmus/LLP is the European Action programme based on the Learning matter and on the articles 149 and 150 of the European Union Treaty. In the article 149, it is in fact established that, the Community, contributes to the Learning development through a close collaboration with the countries members. Socrates action for the high – school learning, called Erasmus/LLP, intend to enforce the quality and the more European dimension, stimulating the international cooperation between the academies.
General objectives are:
development of the teaching European dimension, in order to consolidate the European citizenship;
promotion of a better knowledge of the European languages, in order to enforce the comprehension and the solidarity between peoples that constitute it;
promotion of the cooperation between the academies and students and teachers mobility;
promotion of the academic recognition of the abroad study periods and of the eventual obtained diplomas.
The programme has not only a study objective but also a life abroad one. This means the total experience lived by students during their permanence in other European academies, to become a more complete European citizen, in contact with different cultures, languages, way to study and work.
The Academy of fine Arts in Brescia SantaGiulia, takes part of ERASMUS/LLP project, that foresees students exchanges for a minimum of three months up to a maximum of twelve.
We consider fundamental that, from the first moment of students academic apprenticeship, future artists and teachers in artistic subjects, prepare themselves to meet other European countries art and culture. It is very important for us, that our students might have a deep contact with other countries way of life. At the moment, we have established a bilateral agreement with the FINE ARTS ACADEMY IN SALAMANCA, Spain, but it is in our best intentions for the academic year 2007/2008 to start new ones with other Erasmus/LLP institutions.
REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ERASMUS/LLP SCHOLARSHIP ACHIEVMENT
havingcompleted the first year of study (requirement established by the European Community);
knowing at least one of the European language, besides Italian language, to be selected on the application form;
being a citizen of a EU country or of one of the Erasmus Programme participant, or having obtained the Refugee or Stateless status or , if extra EU citizen, be a “permanent resident” (it means foreigner citizens in possess or the VISA requirements) upon the Law 189 of 30th July 2002;
having not benefited, in the past years, of another community contribution foreseen by other mobility programmes;
not benefiting, in the same period, of another community contribution foreseen by other mobility programmes;
having achieved, during the first year of course, the valuation balance not below than 27/30 (C ECTS System).
HOW THE ERASMUS/LLP SCHOLARSHIP IS AWARDED
The selected students, will achieve the status of Erasmus/LLP Student. This means:
total fees exemption of the welcoming university, while the trip fees, board and lodging are to be considered on student charge, as well as the medical insurance costs for students going in Extra UE countries;
fruition of all the services furnished by the welcoming university (refectories, campus..);
complete recognition of the activities done on foreigner universities.
The Erasmus/LLP scholarship, is awarded by the National Socrates Agency. It will be on the total amount of that funds, that the Agency try to carry out all the students requests.
The scholarship represents therefore an integrative contribution that foreseen the total university fees exemption but it doesn’t cover the total amount for the abroad stay.
WHAT TO DO TO PRESENT THE APPLICATION FOR THE SELECTION
To present the request for the Erasmus/LLP scholarship it is necessary to read the “Bando 2012/2013” published on our web site.
In case of possess of the requirements needed, it will be necessary to download and fulfil the application form and to give it to the secretary office within 16th of March 2012.
For further information please contact the Eramus Referent, Miss Ilaria Manzoni, calling to the 0039/030 38 33 68 or sending an e-mail to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org