Learning Agreement for Traineeship
Each selected Erasmus student must have the general training programme (Learning Agreement for Traineeship) to be carried out abroad, approved by both the home institution and the host company.
The Learning Agreement for Traineeship is a document that defines the roles and responsibilities of the parties involved in an Erasmus+ traineeship.
This document must be approved and signed, in triplicate, by the Erasmus Contact Person for the degree course in which the student is enrolled, the Head of the KIRO, the host company and the student himself/herself.
Information meeting/signing of an agreement
After the selection, students will be invited to the KIRO premises for an introductory meeting on Erasmus SMP mobility.
At the date of the meeting, those who have not yet independently identified a hosting company may request the support of the KIRO, which, however, cannot guarantee placement to the personal liking of the student.
The student may opt to renounce the grant if he/she considers that the proposal made by the KIRO is not congruent with the professional profile of his/her training course.
In this case, opting out does not preclude application for the following academic year.
Online Linguistic Support (OLS)
Following the signing of the Student/University Agreement, students will receive an automatic email from the OLS (Online Linguistic Support) platform with credentials to take the compulsory OLS language assessment test, as required by the European Commission.
The test does not replace any certification the host institution requires unless otherwise specified.
See erasmusplusols.eu/en/ for more information.
It will also be possible to take advantage of a free online language course offered on the same platform during the mobility period.
The course will be activated automatically if the student has obtained a result in the first test between levels A1 and B1 of the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages), depending on the language assigned.
Erasmus+ student card
After being selected, the student receives a special charter from the university to which he or she belongs, which outlines the rights and obligations of Erasmus+ students and informs about what can and must be done during the traineeship period abroad.
No formalities are required for health coverage if you have the Health Insurance Card – Regional Services Card issued by the Internal Revenue Service.
It is recommended that you ascertain whether additional private insurance for health care and repatriation is required by the host institution or appropriate, depending on the country of destination.
For further information on this matter, please consult your ASP or the website of the Ministry of Health: www.ministerosalute.it/ (Thematic areas “health and citizenship”; assistance for Italians abroad and foreigners in Italy).
For more information on the insurance policies available through the University, please visit the website: https://www.unikore.it/index.php/assicurazioni.