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Erasmus@DiSSGeA - information meetings, webinar, helpdesk

Erasmus@DiSSGeA - information meetings, webinar, helpdesk

by Comunicazione DiSSGeA -
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Dear all,
In the past two days, the University of Padua has published the Erasmus and Ulisse calls for the next academic year. The deadline to submitt your applications is 2023, January, 17th, 1 pm. I also remind you that there will be a second call in March, which however allows the mobility in the second semester of the Academic Year. 2023-2024, only.
The calls can be found at these links:

To explain in detail the administrative part and the application procedures, colleagues from the mobility office of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences will organize three webinars on the following days:
28/11 - 10.30 am - ITA
02/12 - 10.30 am - EN
13/12, 4.30 pm -Ulysses
The meetings will be recorded and shared on Mediaspace.

Furthermore, to discuss the different possibilities and goals linked to the individual study plans of specific curricula and answer all the questions you may have, we will organize here in the Department both information meetings and a Helpdesk afternoon.

The information meetings will take place on Wednesday 30th November 2022 in the afternoon, and will be organised as follows:

2.15 pm Information meeting for students of Local Development students, in the Sala Alpi. Palazzo Wollenborg
3.15 pm Information meeting for students of Landscape Studies, in the Sala Alpi, Palazzo Wollenborg
4.30 pm Information meeting for students of the three-year degree in History, and the master's degrees in Historical Sciences, Religious Sciences, Classical Literature and ancient history, PhD students in room STO2, Palazzo Luzzatto Dina
6.00 pm Information meeting for students of the curriculum in Mobility Studies, in room STO2, Palazzo Luzzatto Dina

In order to fill correctly your study plans, understand the credit system abroad in the case of exams, theses and internships, as every year, we will open a helpdesk both in presence and virtual on Wednesday 7th December from 2.30 pm until 7pm. On this occasion, students of all DISSGEA degree courses (History both curricula, Historical Sciences with Mobility Studies, Classical Literature and Ancient History, Landscape Studies, Local Development, PhD students in history, anthropology and geography) can freely come -alone or in groups- to office 035 at the second floor of Palazzo Luzzato Dina (office Paola Molino) or connect online at the following zoom link

Thank you very much for the attention,

Paola Molino
Responsible for the Erasmus program in the Department of Historical, Geographical sciences and the Ancient world.