INFORMATION FOR INCOMING AND OUTGOING ERASMUS AND GLOBUS STUDENTS (STUDY, PLACEMENT, TRAINEESHIP, ETC.)
All incoming and outgoing Erasmus and Globus students are kindly requested to comply with Prof Virdis’ EMAIL POLICY (please see Contacts and Email Policy page: http://people.unica.it/danielafrancescavirdis/contacts/).
General Information for OUTGOING Erasmus and Globus Students
Information for OUTGOING Erasmus and Globus Students Studying English NEW!!!
Information for OUTGOING Erasmus students taking a part of their exam during their mobility and the remaining part in Cagliari
All outgoing students are kindly requested to have two copies of their Changes to Learning Agreement papers signed by Prof Virdis before leaving Cagliari.
Information for Erasmus and Globus Students COMING BACK to Cagliari
The last part of the COMING BACK file above describes the timescale for the academic approval of Erasmus and Globus exams. The same timescale applies to the academic approval of placements and traineeships.
For academic and didactic Erasmus and Globus matters and paperwork, students are welcome to contact Prof Virdis during her weekly office hours, in person or on the phone.
Prof Virdis does NOT see students by appointment.
For administrative and bureaucratic Erasmus and Globus matters and paperwork, students must not refer to Prof Virdis, but to the Erasmus Office (https://www.unica.it/unica/it/ateneo_s04_ss01.page) particularly to:
– Dr Stefania Melas for Erasmus programmes,
– Dr Vanessa Carboni for Globus, Placement and Traineeship programmes
If students ABROAD need to have their papers signed (e.g., learning agreement, changes to learning agreement, exchange extension request, etc.), they must not email their papers to Prof Virdis.
Students should either ask a friend or relative to bring their papers to Prof Virdis during her office hours (the easiest, fastest and most effective way), or email their papers to the Erasmus International Mobility Office of the Faculty of Humanities (email@example.com, +39 (0)70 675 6538).
Prof Virdis does NOT sign papers emailed to her directly.