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. . Dr. Albanese`s office is located on Via Sant`Eufemia, 19, on the first floor, room 43. Reception times are available on the homepage. Prohibition of the integration of exams At its meeting on 21 March 2013, the administrative department decided that, referring to students who passed the Erasmus study 2013/2014 and who can no longer benefit from supplements to exams as long as the number of credits acquired at the host university is lower than that provided by the original university`s curriculum. However, it comes with a limited number of credits according to the following rule: FOR UNIMORE EXAMS FROM 6 CREDITS: Bonus of 1 Missing Credit FOR UNIMORE EXAMS 9/10 CFU: Bonus of 2 credits is missing FOR UNIMORE EXAMS FROM 12 CREDITS missing The total bonus must not exceed 6 credits. While it will not be possible to validate the exam because it has no more credits than a subscription, the same exam will be validated in the credits of your choice and the student at his or her original university fully supports the unredified study plan. The evaluation of audit appropriations will only be obtained in the event of an audit. To assign an evaluation to audits conducted abroad, it is necessary to submit at least two-thirds of the credits with evaluation. The remaining credits are valued at 18 for each credit. The final score is determined on a weighted average.

It is also stated that, in order to avoid inaccuracies, it is necessary to submit applications for recognition of Erasmus exams with the corresponding card, which must be drawn up and signed by the professor coordinating the exchanges or by the international consultant, Mr Angela Albanese. The delivery of these documents must be strictly carried out by the student within 6 months of his return to Italy. Результатов : 52516. Точных совпадений : 52516. ECTS – European Credit Transfer System The number of credits acquired abroad is limited to a total of 35 credits for one semester and 70 credits for a full year (compatible with all other rules established by the two offices). it is possible to obtain an extension of credit recognition up to 45 for one semester, 90 for one year using credits for extracurricular disciplines (in addition to the 180 credits for the basic diploma and 120 for the master`s). The apprenticeship agreement is being developed in collaboration with the coordinator/coordinator of the exchanges, in accordance with the following fundamental principles: The ERASMUS PLUS – Mobility for Studies programme has been set up by the European Union with the aim of creating a European area of education and promoting the mobility of students, teachers and staff participating in training activities. The Erasmus action of this programme is specifically dedicated to higher education institutions and, therefore, to the mobilization of students and teachers of higher education. The participation of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia in this programme allows to organise the exchanges of students and teachers between the universities of the countries of the European Union or to organize specific agreements with it. The mobilization of students encouraged to allow them to take official courses abroad, which are recognized by the university of origin, with partial or complete preparation of the work and even, in the presence of specific agreements, obtain a double degree (double degree and double degree).