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Università degli Studi di Perugia

logo-unipg185xThe other Italian university in town, its history stretches back seven centuries and it currently boasts around thirty-five thousand students. Among them are hundreds of Erasmus students. Here’s Luca’s advice: If you’re the winner of an Erasmus grant to the Università degli Studi di Perugia, you have to resolve some bureaucratic problems before starting your Erasmus adventure, but if you follow these steps you’ll avoid a lot of stress and complications.

1. Go directly to the Ufficio Mobilità Erasmus, in Via dei Goliardi, which is the first street on the left from Via Innamorati after the Bar dello Studente going towards Elce. There you’ll find your four “guardian angels”: Elisabetta, Paola F., Claudia, and Paola, who will help you through the process by giving you directions to solve all your problems.

2. You’ll need to take your Erasmus Certificate from your home university (Status as Erasmus Student).

3. Be sure to take your passport or ID card with you!!!!

4. “The angels” will have you fill out an enrolment form for the Università degli Studi di Perugia.

5. After this you’ll have to go to the Questura (see the section on the Permesso di Soggiorno in this chapter). Lots of people don’t understand why European students have to go to the Questura…sorry, it’s Italian law.

6. Bring the “Unified Form E111” with you, or your European health card. Now the moment has arrived to meet your Perugian coordinator (professor). So go and meet him or her and welcome to the Università degli Studi di Perugia!!

For more information, try 075.585.2108 or 2309 or 2085, Fax 075.585.2178, email:, (home page Progetto Erasmus), Tel. Erasmus Doctor 075.469.3256.


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