We warmly welcome applications from Erasmus, study-abroad and occasional students interested in studying Archaeology, Classics, History and History of Medicine at our School. Applications must be addressed to the University International Office through your home institution.
We offer a wide selection of courses to incoming Erasmus, study-abroad and exchange students. Advanced language modules in Classics are year-long courses, while most other modules are only one-semester long. Semester-long modules taught in the School are normally worth 20 credits (= 10 ECTS credits), although different options may be available. It is also possible to take ONE module outside of the School each semester.
Please note that restrictions apply to Erasmus students as follows: Stage 3 modules can be made available ONLY with the agreement of the Head of Subject AND of the Module Leader. This option must be discussed in person at the beginning of your exchange period. Also, several stage 2 modules are capped to a maximum of 5 Erasmus students and places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. However, none of these restrictions apply to exchange and study-abroad students.
For more information please view this factsheet (PDF, 62KB), take a look at the International Office website or contact the School of History, Classics and Archaeology's Exchange Coordinator, Dr Andrea Dolfini.