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Erasmus Incoming Students

 

Incoming Students for Study Purpose


Deadline for incoming Erasmus students application

The 1st of June (for the Autumn semester or for the whole academic year)
The 1st of December (for the Spring semester)

Application has to submitted only through the  EASY System

A required application package for study must consist of:

  • Application Form
  • Learning Agreement for Study
  • Motivation Letter 
  • Student's CV preferably on Europass Form
  • Recording audio or video (for composers: a portofolio with compositions)

The video demo must be sent through a link on youtube, dropbox, google drive, etc.

 

Academic Calendar

Autumn Semester: from the 2nd of November to the end of February
Spring Semester: from the 1st of March to the 31st of July

For further information see the Academic Calendar


Course Catalogue

We offer Bachelor and Master degrees in a wide range of subjects.
Browse our Course catalogue before filling in your Learning Agreement.
Please consider that for each course unit credits are given for a full academic year.
For one semester halves the number of credits.


Incoming Students for Traineeship

We welcome students for Erasmus traineeship in the following areas:

  • chamber music players (violin, viola and cello)
  • piano accompanist

A required application package for traineeship must consist of:

  • Student's CV preferably on Europass Form
  • Recording audio or video 
  • Motivation Letter 

Applications in digital form are also welcome.

 

Pratical Information For Incoming Students

Italian Conservatoires do not operate a campus system as commonly found in English-speaking countries, but as a well-established university town Salerno offers plenty of housing possibilities for students.

Martucci Conservatoire has a long term collaboration with the Erasmus Students Network ESN of Salerno whose members help exchange students to find accommodation in private flats: http://www.esnsalerno.it/.

Usually students find an accommodation to share with other Italian or foreign fellow students. The surroundings of the Conservatoire could be a good election; it’s a relatively quiet place and no public transportation is required. The Conservatoire is located in the old town; the official address is: Conservatorio di Musica 'Giuseppe Martucci' di Salerno
via Salvatore De Renzi 62 - 84125 Salerno SA - Italy

The monthly rental fee for sleeping accommodation is around 200 euros. In general, these prices do not include gas, telephone and electricity bills nor the individual share of general expenses for the building maintenance. In the majority of cases, landlords require a deposit of two months' rent. This deposit will be given back at the expiration of the contract.

We suggest you to reserve a room in a hostel for the first days of your stay so as to have time to choose an accommodation according to your preferences. We suggest you the “Ave Gratia Plena” Youth Hostel , located near the Conservatoire, in the old town: http://www.ostellodisalerno.it/

Salerno offers a high quality of life for a reasonable price. The cost of living in Campania region is less expensive than in Northern Italy, and one will be able to live very comfortably without spending too much.

In the immediate vicinity of the Martucci Conservatoire, cafeterias are open from early morning until late afternoon and offer typical Italian breakfast, sandwiches and hot meals at very affordable prices. 

There are several restaurants within walking distance from the Conservatoire, in the old town, which offer a large choice of traditional local dishes at all price ranges.

Students can also do inexpensive shopping in groceries or supermarkets and cook at home.

To help students planning their budget at our Conservatoire, here is a list of some goods and services:

  • bread (0,5 kg) 1 euro
  • milk (1 lt) 0,80 euros
  • sugar (1 kg) 1,20 euros
  • pasta (0,5 kg) 0,40 euros
  • oranges (1 kg) 1 euro
  • pizza 5 euros
  • espresso coffee (1 cup) 0,80 euros
  • bus ticket (1 hour) 1,20 euros

EU Students 

Students who come from EU member States (European Union), EEA States (European Economic Area) and Switzerland are required to carry proof of a valid passport (or valid ID card) when entering Italy. A stay that lasts less than three months does not require any formalities. 
EU students staying in Italy for a period exceeding three months must register with the General Registry Office/Vital Statistics Office (Ufficio Anagrafe) at the city hall where they intend to reside. They must register within three months of their arrival in Italy and obtain a residence certificate. 

EU member States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Hungary. 
EEA States (non UE members): Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland. 

Non-EU Students

Students who are not citizens of EU/EEA or of a country with which Italy has not a Visa Waiver Programme agreement, need to obtain a visa from an Italian embassy or consulate before entering Italy. 
For further information on applying for a visa, the validity periods of visas, and visa application fees, as well as a list of countries whose citizens do not need visas, see the website of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Italy 

Non-EU students staying in Italy for a period exceeding three months must apply for a residence permit at any authorised post office within eight working days upon arrival. 
For more details visit the website Study-in-Italy

For further information on visa and residence permits in EU countries you can visit the EU Immigration Portal

Tax Code (Codice Fiscale) 

The tax code is a personal code which consists of letters and numbers, that uniquely identifies the subjects within the Italian State, in particular regarding tax and administrative matters. 
It is necessary to have a tax code card in order to access the services of public entities (e.g.: to enroll at the National Health Service), to enter into a contract (e.g.: employment or rent), to open a bank account, but also to buy a phone card. 
In order to obtain your own tax code, you need go to the local Italian Tax authority (Agenzia delle entrate) and make sure to carry a valid identity document, a passport or a residence permit. 

Agenzia delle Entrate Salerno 
Address: via degli uffici finanziari 7 
Phone: +39 (0) 89 3062111 

Emergency Phone Numbers

Police emergency service: 113
Italian military police (Carabinieri): 112
Health Emergency Number: 118
Hospital: +39 (0) 89 671111
Doctor on duty (Guardia medica): +39 (0) 89 671111
Road accidents and assistance: 116
Fire Brigade: 115
Taxi service: +39 (0) 89 757575

Students from EU/EEA countries have access to health insurance with the European Health Insurance Card. 

European card

Please ask at your national health insurance how to obtain this card. In most cases your national health insurance card corresponds to your European Health Insurance Card. 
This card entitles the holder to any medical assistance that might become necessary during a temporary stay (but cannot be used for private sector health care providers). The treatment cost will be the same of any Italian citizen. 

For more information about the European Health Insurance Card click here

Non-EU students can apply for voluntary registration with the SSN (National Health Service) and obtain an European Health Insurance Card that has the same duration as the residence permit. 
To register with the Italian National Health Service, non-EU students must apply to the ASL office, via Vernieri 1, first floor, from monday to friday 8:30-12:30 – phone +39 (0) 89 694255, presenting a personal identity document, residence permit and self-certification of residence. The registration cost for the current year is € 149,77. 

Download the Guide to the National Health Service by Foreign Citizens, available in English, Italian, French, Spanish, Albanian, Arabic, Chinese, Romanian, Ukcranian.

The Guide is also available in French, Spanish, Albanian, Arabic, Chinese, Romanian, Ukcranian, click here to choose your language. 

Public National Healthcare Service 

With their European Health Insurance Card students from EU/EEA States can go directly to ASL doctors (Public National Healthcare Service). 

Non-EU Students can apply for voluntary registration with the SSN (National Health Service). (See Insurance

The Doctor on Duty (Guardia Medica) 
In Italy, the doctor on duty (guardia medica) is a free health care service one can contact any time by phone in emergency cases during the night, weekends and on holidays. 
By calling this number, a doctor will give you advice and make an in-home examination if needed. After examination and first treatment, they can prescribe medicines, issue medical certificates and suggest an eventual need hospital admission.
 
ASL Salerno: Guardia Medica 
Address: via Vernieri 1 
Phone: +39 (0) 89 5647306 

Hospital 
Salerno's general hospital is located in the city's suburbs, approximately 10 minutes from the city centre. 
Hospital admission occurs on written medical prescription from the ASL doctor. In case of accident or life-threatening situations you can call the emergency phone number 118 or go directly to the first aid section that provides first treatment in case of health emergency. 
For more information regarding Hospital, consult: 

Ospedale S. Giovanni di Dio e Ruggi D'Aragona‎ 
Address: Via San Leonardo, 1 
Phone: +39 (0) 89 671111 
website: www.sangiovannieruggi.it

Pharmacies 
Medications can only be purchased at pharmacies. Information regarding opening hours, night and weekend service can be found here and on information boards at each pharmacy. 
Pharmacies in Italy are denoted by a green cross on a white background.

Salerno State Conservatoire offers to the Erasmus incoming students (both Study and Traineeship) a specific course of Italian for musicians.

The is free of charge for the Erasmus incoming students. All the incoming students are invited to take part in the course; furthermore, they can include the course in their Learning Agreement, in order to get 6 ECTS after the completion of the course and of the final exam.

 

Contacts for Erasmus Incoming Students

International Relations Coordinator

Address:

International Relations Office
Conservatorio di Musica 'Giuseppe Martucci' di Salerno
'Giuseppe Martucci' Salerno State Conservatoire
via Salvatore De Renzi 62
84125 Salerno SA - Italy

Email: erasmus@consalerno.it

The International Office is located in the small building in front of the main entrance, on the first floor.

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