Erasmus Incoming

General info for Incoming Students
- Erasmus Manager 
- Info in Spanish

In these web pages the procedure for incoming Erasmus Students is explained and other important information are provided to help you organising your arrival in Pisa.
At your arrival at the Department of Chemistry and Industrial Chemistry the Application Form and the Learning Agreement must be presented to the Department Coordinator (see Contacts page).
Please also see the Unipi Guide and the International Student Guide (in English and in Italian).


Housing
Housing information can be found on the “Incoming” page of the web site of the Erasmus Program of the University of Pisa
(Erasmus WebSite).

However, please find also here some information to help you….

The DSU (Office for the Right to Study at the University) provides some help and information for housing and lodging:

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Tel.: (+39)050567424, (+39)050567402 (+39)050567505
Toll free number: 800-110346
Address: Piazza Dei Cavalieri n. 6
Opening hours: from Monday to Thursday 10.00-13.00 and 15.00-17.00,
Friday 10.00-13.00 only.
Also find private housing directly at the web site of DSU (www.dsu.toscana.it)

Other possibilities:
Pensionato Toniolo:  http://www.collegetoniolo.it/index.html
Residence Tulipan: email  Questo indirizzo email è protetto dagli spambots. E' necessario abilitare JavaScript per vederlo. phone (+39)050557502
Villa Giulia:  https://www.facebook.com/VillaGiuliaCasaDelloStudente
Booking.com site search:  http://www.booking.com/city/it/pisa.en.html
Housing Anywhere:  https://www.housinganywhere.com


Learning
Information on the courses provided at the Department of Chemistry and Industrial Chemistry can be found at the link:  www.dcci.unipi.it/didattica

The list of the courses with an abstract of their contents can be found on the same web-page doing the following:
 - first choose the type of degree course you are interested in (Laurea is the Bachelor degree, Laurea Magistrale is the Master Degree)
 - then, in the corresponding sub-page, click “Regolamento Didattico”.

The Calendar of courses/lessons (calendario didattico) can be found at the link:
www.dcci.unipi.it/didattica/calendari

Note that in this files “Primo periodo attività didattiche” means First Semester. Analogously, “Secondo periodo attività didattiche” means Second Semester.

Language of teaching - Most of the courses are in Italian, some can be in English. However, for courses in Italian, professors agree to use slides and/or provide material/books in English to help incoming students and also agree for a final exam in English for foreigners. The Coordinator can be contacted for details and help in preparing the LA.


Training
In case you are searching for some information to be hosted for a placement, the list of the Department’s Staff and some link to personal/group web-pages are available at:
www.dcci.unipi.it/staff/docenti.html
www.dcci.unipi.it/link.html