Exchange Programs: Leaving Western
Italy/Univeristy of Verona
Verona is one of the most fascinating European cities; as a town of art, it welcomes us with its elegant monuments and the kindness of the Venetian tradition. Beloved since antiquity by scholars and men of letters, the town was a ‘must’ for anybody involved in top-level learning and used to attract highly cultured foreigners to Italy thanks to its artistic and natural beauties. Spending a period of study or work at the University of Verona is surely a stimulating experience, able to enrich formation and to offer precious chances in order to appreciate Italy and its traditions.William Shakespeare celebrated this town as a unique and exclusive place where the poetry of feeling can be fully expressed.
|Where is it?||Verona, Italy|
|Who can apply?||Graduate and undergraduate students in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities and faculty of Health Science|
|What is the language of teaching?||English/Italian|
|How many credits do I need to take?||30 ETCS = 2.5 UWO credits (students going for 1 term)
60 ETCS = 5.0 UWO credits (students going for 1 year)
|When does University start in Verona?||Semester 1: October - February
Semester 2: February - July
|Where can I find the courses offered at the University of Verona?||Course Catalogue|
|Where can I get more information for incoming students to Verona Univeristy?||Please view Univeristy of Verona's information package.|
|Can I live on-campus?||Yes, Exchange students are allowed to apply to live on-campus.|
|Exchange Student Guide||Exchange Student Guide|
|How can I apply?||Please download the application package from (General exchange program package)|
|Where can I get more information?||International Exchange Program
Western Student Services Building, Room 2120
Phone: 519-661-2111 x 85196
Last Updated: October 17th, 2011
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