International Relations

Erasmus+ Programme

International Relations office at Brera Academy, coordinates the relations of the Academy all over the world and the organisation of the Erasmus+ programme, founded by the European Union.

Dr. Elisabetta Solca

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Dr. Marina Lodolo

Dr. Veronica Bonanno

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International Relations - Ufficio Erasmus 
Via Fiori Oscuri 7 - 20121 Milano

Ph. +39 02 86955237   |  Fax: +39 02 86955230 

Monday to Friday from 10.00 to 13.00

Erasmus+ Programme


The new ERASMUS+ programme, in force since the 1st of June 2014, allows students to spend a period of study abroad at those Universities with which the Accademia di Brera has bilateral agreements.

A list of possible destinations are presented in the Partner List at the bottom of the page.

Who is eligible?

Participation is open to students of Brera Academy attending First and Second Level Academic Diploma courses.

Any disabled student who wish to apply can take advantage from special contributions added to the Erasmus grant.

In order to apply for an Erasmus+ mobility grant it is necessary to:

  • Be enrolled in Brera Academy and be up to date with the payment of taxes, fees etc.
  • Have a suitable level of proficiency in English or in the language of the host Country (online language courses will be made available by the European Union).
  • Not be a beneficiary of any other EU grant under mobility programmes in the same period.

The ERASMUS Commission will evaluate the applications by drawing up a ranking. The criteria adopted are as follows: the works/portfolio presented, an evaluation of the artistic and professional curriculum, the number of exams taken, the average of exams passed, assessment of English proficiency or the language of the country of choice.
No written or telephone communication to the students will be made.

Students from Brera Academy have the opportunity to spend a study period abroad lasting no less than 3 months and no longer than 12 months, at one of the Partner Institutions, holding the Erasmus University Charter, and having signed a bilateral agreement with Brera.

The Erasmus study period can take place every year within the 1st of June and the 30th of September of the following year.

Erasmus Status
Students will be able to attend courses and take advantage from the facilities available at the host Institution without any additional enrollment fees. Students are also guaranteed that their period of study abroad is recognized through the transfer of their respective credits.
In order to facilitate the recognition of study periods abroad, most European universities have adopted the European credit transfer system ECTS (1 year=60 credits; 1 semester=30 credits).

Partners List

List of destinations

Academic Calendar 2019/20

Academic Calendar 2020/21

Erasmus Policy Statement