What the Seasonal Schools are
The Seasonal Schools are training programmes “of excellence”, which are strongly interdisciplinary, and focused on the School’s frontier research topics. They are open to University students enrolled in Bachelor Degree, Masters’ Degree and PhD courses, and who have the same advancement characteristics as the School’s students. The Seasonal Schools are also opportunities for meetings and exchanges with other high-performing students from all over Italy as well as from abroad, to be experienced “inside” our facilities and laboratories.
The Seasonal Schools have a duration of one or two weeks; they are held preferably in English and may be held on-site or online. Participants will be awarded a certificate of attendance at the end of the program after passing a final examination, with full recognition of the credits (CFU) indicated in each call.
Candidates eligible for admission will be: students enrolled in a Bachelor degree, Masters’ Degree or PhD course at an Italian or foreign university, and who are on track relative to the examinations required by their educational institutions and with an average examination mark at least equal to 27/30 in the Italian system, or at least B in international system.
Access to Seasonal Schools requires a self-certified knowledge of the teaching language at or above B2 level if students are not mother tongue speakers.
HOW TO GAIN ACCESS TO THE SEASONAL SCHOOLS
The Calls for Application published at the Seasonal School webpage contain all the necessary information on how to participate and what documentation is required in order to submit the application online.
COSTS AND PREFERENTIAL RATES
The costs and methods of payment are indicated in the Calls of the individual Seasonal Schools.
Besides attending the lessons, the enrolment fee also includes all the study materials, in addition to full board and lodging in the case of on-site courses.
A reduction in the enrolment fee is available based on the applicant’s ISEE.
Italian and foreign Universities with specific agreements with Sant’Anna School are entitled to reserved places and to a 10% reduction in the enrolment costs.
Students are accommodated in the School’s facilities, guesthouses or residences of the college, or in affiliated hotels, subject to availability. The facilities are located close to the School in order to allow participants to fully enjoy the city of Pisa and its historic center.
- University of Catania;
- University of Tuscia;
- University of Trento;
- Fondazione Onaosi;
- University of Messina;
- University of Macerata;
- University of Camerino;
- University of Calabria;
- Conferenza dei Collegi Universitari di Merito;
- University of Palermo;
- Aosta Valley University;
- Free University of Bozen-Bolzano;
- Marche Polytechnic University.