Procedures for Erasmus+ Students and Exchange Students

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Procedures for Erasmus+ Students and Exchange Students

Follow these steps to complete your application.

Once your University informs us that you have been selected to study for one semester or one academic year at Università Carlo Cattaneo – LIUC, you will receive an e-mail with the instructions for the Application online as you will need credentials provided by the International Relations Office at LIUC.
Please check if you are coming from our partner universities within Erasmus+ programme (Europe) or Exchange programme (outside European Union).

The Application online has to be completed uploading the following documents:

  • 1 scanned photo (jpeg format is preferable) it will be used for the student LIUC card
  • Readable photocopy of your Identity card or Passport (driving licences are not accepted)
  • Current Transcript of records (academic certificate of exams)
  • Language proficiency (it could be the form received along with the other documents or an English language certification like TOEFLS, IELTS, etc.) only if you are not English or Italian mother tongue
  • Learning agreement (signed both by the student and the home university)

Language proficiency

It is a document which should state the level of knowledge of English language of instruction. It can be the excel form sent to you by LIUC International Office along with all the other information and forms; or a recent international certification  like TOEFL, IELTS or similar. If you use the form provided by LIUC it has to be completed and signed by a language teacher or the International office of your home university.

Download the Language Proficiency Form here

Learning agreement

On this form you have to indicate the courses you would like to follow during your exchange at LIUC, please note that you can upload the file in the Application online if you have it already signed by your home university and yourself, if you do not have this document at the time of the application you can send it at a later stage by e-mail to

LIUC will provide a format of the learning agreement along with all the other documents and information but if your university has its own form for the same purpose please use that one! as LIUC will accept that one.

This form is used to indicate the courses you wish to follow during your exchange at LIUC. It should be signed by the student and the home university and sent to the LIUC International Office by:

  • End of July for the First semester
  • End of December for the Second semester

Course information

Courses offered in English are available under “Courses in English” and are updated in May/June for the next academic year. You should make your selection on the basis of the courses available on the website. Any changes will be communicated to you.

You may select any course from the list providing you meet the pre-requisites (indicated in the course description) but be aware that mixing courses from different schools or levels may mean timetables overlap.

Students wishing to follow courses in Italian should refer to the different faculties:

Italian language courses

The University offers 3 levels of Italian language open to all exchange students.

  • Italian level 1 – Beginners
  • Italian level 2 – pre-intermediate
  • Italian level 3 – intermediate-advanced

All students following courses only in English are strongly suggested to take a course in Italian language. It is not possible to combine levels.

Students can take 30 credits per semester and once courses start, they will have 2 weeks time to finalise the study choice.

Download the Learning Agreement here:

The University offers campus accommodation and guarantees a number of rooms for International students.

Reservations and availability for INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS:


We will provide details during your application.

From the international office you will receive the information and the application form to be filled in.


We will provide details during your application

DOCUMENTS FOR REGISTRATION, to be given to the International Office the first day of the Orientation week:

Students who do NOT require a visa to enter Italy

  • photocopy of your international health insurance card

N.B.= Non EU students currently studying in the European Union should check whether their current visa is also valid for Italy.

Students who do require a visa to enter Italy

  • photocopy of your health insurance
  • photocopy of student visa appearing on your passport

N.B.= all students from outside the European Union are advised to contact the Italian Consular Authority in their country to receive updated information about visa requirements for Italy. These students will be also asked to apply for a Residence Permit once they arrive in Italy, please check on the following link the documents required from the Italian Police.

It is very important that the International Office knows the arrival date within the deadlines:

  • First semester: August 22th

Students are required to arrive by the beginning of orientation week. Please note that on-campus housing becomes available on the first of the month. Early arriving students may request temporary accommodation or make alternative arrangements.

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