PROVISIONAL LEARNING AGREEMENT
The Learning Agreement (LA) defines the courses that you will attend at Polimi and that will be validated at your home institution.
If you are an Erasmus student you should fill out the LA, in paper or online (OLA), according to your home university rules.
A provisional LA or OLA will be signed only after your acceptance, while the final Learning Agreement will be confirmed after the approval of your Polimi study plan.
HOW DOES IT WORK
- Check with the international office of your home institution which form you have to fill in (paper or online);
- Learn about the courses offered at Polimi (watch the tutorial on how to search for courses).
- Fill in your LA with the courses you will attend at Polimi and those that will be validated at you home institution at the end of the mobility.
HOW TO FILL IT OUT
- Erasmus code: I MILANO02
- Contact and responsible person: Rossella Magni, Head - International Mobility Unit
- Email and address: check at this page
HOW TO GET IT SIGNED
- paper LA: send it to the email address of the International Mobility office of your reference, according to your study programme (check at this page).
- OLA: the responsible person at Polimi will receive your Learning Agreement through the Erasmus+ Dashboard.
IMPORTANT The Learning Agreement and the Polimi study plan must match. For more info about the mandatory study plan check the section below. The final Learning Agreement will be confirmed after the approval of your Polimi study plan.
POLIMI STUDY PLAN
The study plan is the list of courses that you will attend at Polimi and should be defined. It is compulsory and must be submitted online. Important: make sure that it corresponds with your LA.
ARE YOU STAYING FOR TWO SEMESTERS? Please make sure that you fill out your study plan for the second semester too otherwise you won't be able to attend the courses and sit for the exams.
WHAT TO DO BEFORE SUBMISSION
1. Consult the Educational Offer (Manifesto degli Studi)
2. Watch the tutorial on how to search for courses
3. Carefully check the course selection rules of your School (see below).
WHEN TO SUBMIT IT
For the second semester of a.y. 2022/23:
- Architecture students: from 23rd to 27th january 2023
- Design students: from 1st to 9th february 2023
- Engineering + AUIC Engineering students: from 16th to 24th february 2023
Please note: after the study plan submission deadline, no changes are possible.
HOW TO SUBMIT IT
- Login in the “Online Services” with person code and password
- Click on “change current ID” and choose your exchange matriculation number to switch to your student profile (follow the instructions here)
- Click on “Career” > “Incoming student study plan”
Watch the video “How to submit your study plan”
check the course selection rules of your School:
The Buddy System matches new exchange students with students who are already studying at Politecnico. By filling out a brief registration form, you will be put in contact with your Buddy, who will give you useful information to organize your stay in Italy and support in understanding the life of a student at Politecnico and in the city of Milan. For more info visit this page.
ITALIAN LANGUAGE COURSES
Every semester Politecnico di Milano sets up Italian language courses addressed to regularly enrolled exchange and double degree students.
You can find more info and apply on the Online Services > Mobility > Language Courses Catalogue
- Method: online classes
- Levels offered: absolute beginner (A0), beginner (A1), elementary (A2), intermediate (B1-B1+)
- Tuition fee: 100 €
- Classes: twice a week (Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday) from 6.15 to 8 p.m.
- Duration: 40 hours
- Online level test
A placement test is designed just to set up homogeneous classes. The guidelines on how to carry out the online placement test as well as the instructions for the payment are available on the Online Services > Mobility > Language Courses Catalogue.
Furthermore, Polimi offers to its students this free online seminar: Italian as a second language with E-LOCAL (Electronically Learning Other Cultures and Languages): the course is divided into 2 parts. The main characters of the course are Anna and Alex. They are two Erasmus students who arrive in Bologna. Anna and Alex are welcomed in their university town by Lorenzo and Lucia and are helped in their learning process by Elena and Giovanni. To find out more on the course and how to register visit this page.