Erasmus+

La Scuola Superiore per Mediatori Linguistici partecipa al programma bilaterale dell’Unione europea per lo scambio di studenti denominato ERASMUS+.

Il programma Erasmus è regolato dalla Carta Universitaria Erasmus (EUC) rilasciata all’istituto Universitario della Mediazione Linguistica Academy School dalla Commissione Europea e coordinata dall’Agenzia Nazionale LLP presso il MIUR. A norma di tale carta, la Scuola attua lo scambio di studenti in seguito ad accordi bilaterali con analoghe istituzioni europee.

La Scuola Superiore IUM Academy School ha attivo anche scambi Erasmus docenti per arricchire il bagaglio di esperienze didattiche dei propri docenti e per offrire agli studenti la possibilità di seguire incontri e seminari tenuti dai docenti stranieri in visita.

La Scuola ha attivato numerosi accordi con le istituzioni straniere per permettere ai propri studenti di fare un’esperienza Erasmus secondo quanto previsto dalla carta Erasmus+

A partire dal secondo anno accademico, lo studente potrà partecipare al Bando per l’erogazione delle borse di studio che gli permetterà di frequentare, presso Università Europee in convenzione, i corsi degli insegnamenti previsti e sostenere i relativi esami.


OUTGOING STUDENTS

Contatti Amministrativi – Referenti Ufficio Internazionalizzazione ERASMUS

Prof.ssa Lina Salomone 

Email: linasalomone@academyschool.it

Prof. Jacopo Varchetta 

Email: varchettajacopo@gmail.com


“ECHE”

SCUOLA SUPERIORE MEDIATORI LINGUISTICI DI NAPOLI

 


CARTA DELLO STUDENTE ERASMUS 

Questa Carta presenta i tuoi diritti e doveri e ti informa su cosa ti puoi attendere dall’organizzazione d’origine e dall’organizzazione ospitante in ciascuna fase della tua esperienza Erasmus+.

Scarica la carta dello studente clicca qui


Erasmus – Bando di Partecipazione 

A. A. 2017/2018
 

 


    DOCUMENTAZIONE UTILE PER STUDENTI OUTGOING

INCOMING STUDENTS

The city of Naples: Living and Moving around the city

The largest city of Naples, capital of the province and the region, a point of embarkation for emigrants in the past, Naples now has a large traffic of merchandise (petroleum, carbon, cereals) and passengers. It is the largest Italian port, with a noteworthy nexus of railway and highways and a large international airport. Naples is the largest city in south Italy and one of the most beautiful, particularly around the Bay of Naples. The capital city of Campania, Naples is the third most populated city in Italy (after Rome and Milan), with over a million inhabitants, and it is the most important industrial center and trading port for the South. It is a sprawling metropolis that was founded by Greeks, enlarged by Romans and as a result is rich in history and stunning architecture. In the vast urban area one can distinguish many different neighborhoods: the old center, characterized by buildings closely crowded together, is bordered on the west by the new administrative district and on the east by the business district, into which flows almost all the road and rail traffic. Other neighborhoods, with narrow climbing streets, rise around the base of the San Martino and Capodimonte hills. These neighborhoods have experienced intense development, typically of the simpler kind, in contrast to that of the residential neighborhoods that stretch out comfortably along the Vomero and Posillipo hills.

Moving around the city

The city is divided into 21 zones, and it has so many monuments that it is rightfully known as an open air museum. Meanwhile, here is a little guide to allow you to choose the most significant places of interest and tourist attractions, should you find yourself in this glorious city, but with time as your enemy. San Ferdinando – Chiaia – Posillipo – The places, monuments and landscapes in this triangle are probably the ones which have made Naples famous, and they also offer one of the best itineraries for tourists who would like to visit these areas. The tourist who lands in Naples finds themselves immediately immersed in the scenery of the Piazza Municipio which is itself dominated by the impressive mole of the Maschio Angioino or Castel Nuovo; the Teatro San Carlo, the splendid Galleria Umberto I and the spectacular Piazza del Plebiscito behind the façade of the majestic Palazzo Reale, the semicircular colonnade and the domes of the splendid Basilica di San Francesco di Paola are all close to one another and just waiting to be seen. Heading down towards the sea, you’ll come upon Santa Lucia and then Borgo Marinaro where the Castel dell’Ovo stands in all its glory. Chiaia – is the area which faces the bay; you must visit this area and take a long walk along the promenade from Via Partenope past Via Caracciolo until Mergellina or stop by at Villa Comunale blessed with trees dating back centuries, neo classical statues, artistic fountains; it is here that you’ll find the oldest acquarium in Europe. The most important monument in the zone is the Villa Pignatelli which today is home to one of Naples museums. Posillipo – offers up the chance to enjoy a splendid view of the bay and the incredible mount Vesuvius, the promontory of Sorrento and the island of Capri.


About Naples

 

Comune di Napoli

Napolilike

                                                            Napoli da Vivere                                                              

Associazione Erasmusland Napoli

Mappa Metropolitana 

Agenzia Nazionale ERASMUS+