Step 1: NOMINATION – for Partner Universities Coordinators

In order to be accepted by the School of Engineering, the HOME INSTITUTION of students selected within the framework of the Erasmus+ programme or the Cooperation agreement must send an official NOMINATION to the International Relations Office ( ) within the following dates:

Nomination deadlines:

  • 1st Semester of full year:           15th March – 31st May
  • 2nd Semester:                           1st September – 31st October


The nomination should include the following information for each student:

  • Erasmus University Code
  • Student’s Name and Surname
  • Student’s email address
  • Field of study
  • 1st or 2nd cycle Degree course
  • Period (first/second semester, full year)


Step 2: APPLICATION – for nominated students

Once we receive your nomination, our office will contact the student by email, providing all the information needed to proceed with the Application and all the documentation required. Students are required to prepare all the documentation which should be sent within the following deadlines:

Application deadlines:

  • 1st Semester of full year:          30th June
  • 2nd Semester:                              30th November


Documents to present:

  • Enrolment Form: it must be signed and sealed by your home institution. No enrolment will be accepted if the stamp and signature are missing
  • Learning Agreement: this document should be deliver through EWP if your University is connected with this new system otherwise you can dowload the file and send it via email together with the other documents. 
  • Certificate of language knowledge: Italian (Level B1),  English (Level B2)
  • A copy of the student’s national identity card (for EU members) or passport (non-EU members)
  • Student with non EU/EEA citizenship: copy of residence permit
  • Transcript of Record (Bachelor and Master Degree course)

In order to fill in the Learning Agreement, the courses information can be found on clicking on SCUOLA – DIDATTICA – OFFERTA FORMATIVA 

All required documents should be sent by e-mail to



The International Relations Office verifies that your documentation is correct, signs the Learning Agreement and sends you formal “acceptance as an Erasmus mobility student at the University of Florence” email, along with useful information for your stay in Florence, including instructions for requesting your tax identification number (“codice fiscale”).

Before arriving in Florence, please register online by entering your personal information (see the instructions pdf).



The start date of the Erasmus period coincides with the business day (Monday to Friday) following your travel day as certified by your travel document (e.g., airline ticket, boarding pass, train ticket, highway toll payment receipt, etc.). 

Attach a copy of your travel document to your email. If the travel document is not in your name, specify this in the email, and the Office will get back to you.

If you are a student from outside the European Union, in addition to your travel document, you must also send a copy of your passport with a student visa (if required). For visa information, see the Universitaly website. If the mobility period is longer than 90 days, a residence permit is also required.

In the following days, after completing the procedure, you will receive the “statement of arrival” in digital format. You will also receive your student id number, (numero di matricola) for access to the  GCS Student Career Management (the password is the one chosen during online pre-registration) and your Unifi email address ( that you must use for all communication with Unifi Offices. 

 After your enrolment, you need to update your personal page on GCS Student Career Management with your Italian personal information (e.g., domicile in Florence and Italian phone number). It is important that you keep it up to date.

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