How to apply
Due to the current COVID-19 emergency, ONLY training activities starting after June 20, 2020 may be accepted, unless national restrictions are further extended. Such deadline may be changed at any time and it will be communicated via e-mail to applicants and partner institutions, and published on this page.
Students interested in an internship during the A.Y. 2019/20 may send their CV and motivational letter, specifying the internship ID, to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications submitted to different email addresses WILL NOT be considered. Please note that the internship ID of the selected traineeship (as indicated in the Traineeship list) must be clearly specified in the application.
Important note: the list of traineeship positions will be constantly updated.
Students enrolled at any University may apply. Priority will be given to students who obtained an Erasmus+ Traineeship grant. In the academic year 2013-2014, the ETS Programme was extended worldwide. Students enrolled in higher education programmes who obtained a grant from their university will be admitted to spend a training period in Sardinia, provided that their travel and subsistence will be fully covered by the sending institution. Candidate incoming students must be insured during their stay in Sassari and should demonstrate their linguistic skills as specified in each placement offer.
Selected students will be enrolled at the University of Sassari and will get a matriculation number. They will be allowed to attend courses and take exams, provided this is compatible with the foreseen internship activity. Free courses of Italian language and culture will also be offered by the University Language Centre. Students who will successfully pass the final exam will receive a certificate reporting the results and the credits obtained (ECTS). At the end of the mobility period, student attendance will be certified in the Transcript of Records, that will include the list of the exams taken, their result, the credits awarded (ECTS) and any research activity performed.
Students will be granted free access to library facilities and wireless connection. They will benefit from several services such as: canteen at reduced fee provided by the Regional Agency for the Right of Study (ERSU); discounts on local public transport; free medical assistance; access to guidance and counseling service; discounts on music and theater tickets and sports activities.
A first reception service and a programme of leisure activities will be offered by the Erasmus Student Network (ESN) association.
Students who attend Italian language courses and need an official certification of their language proficiency have the opportunity to take the CILS examination at the Language Centre of the University of Sassari. CILS is the official certification to prove the communicative competence in the Italian language.