Erasmus incoming

Incoming Erasmus+ Students

General information for incoming erasmus students:

Guide for incoming students

What to do before arriving

The Online registration procedure will be open:

March 4th to July 20th (1st term or full year stay)
Sept 15th to Dec 15th (2nd term)
Applications submitted after the afore-mentioned deadlines will NOT be accepted.

Italian Courses

Libraries and Internet

The Canteen

Leisure and Sports

ESN - Erasmus Student Network Sassari

Medical assistance

Useful information about the department of Economics and Business Management:

Study Guide

Academic Calendar

Course Timetable

Exam Calendar

Erasmus Traineeship in Sardinia

The "Erasmus Traineeship in Sardinia" (ETS) programme results from the cooperation between the University of Sassari, the Provincia di Sassari (Provincial Authority), the Comune di Sassari (Municipality of Sassari) and the Camera di Commercio, Industria Artigianato e Agricoltura di Sassari (Chamber of Commerce - C.I.A.A.). This new programme is targeted at university students enrolled in all the countries participating in the Erasmus+ Programme who wish to carry out an internship in companies, institutions, private offices and agencies of North Sardinia.

The ETS call and the list of traineeship available are usually published twice a year and are reserved to university students who have obtained an Erasmus+ Traineeship grant from their university. In each traineeship offer the candidate's requirements, language proficiency, work experience, training activities, the duration (from 3 up to 6 months) and the period of the internship will be specified. Based on the candidate curricula and/or on the results of interviews held via Video Conferencing (i.e., Skype), the University of Sassari and the hosting company/agency will select the suitable applications among the list of eligible students provided by the sending Institution. The selected students will receive a grant by their university for travel and living costs and they should be fully covered by a specific third-party and accident insurance policy provided either by the home institution or by the students. Should the training activities be carried out in a laboratory, the insurance policy must also provide coverage for any accident connected with the use of chemical-biological substances. No financial support will therefore be required to the host institution/company.

Application procedures and deadlines

List of placement offers