Erasmus+ Incoming students/staff


University of Teramo

Erasmus code: ITERAMO01


Università degli Studi di Teramo

Campus Aurelio Saliceti 

V. R. Balzarini, 1 

64100 Teramo (Italy)

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International Relations Office

Giovanna Cacciatore (Office manager)
+39 0861 266291 -


Giulia Benvenuto

+39 0861 266287 - 


Giuseppina Di Tommaso

+39 0861 266326 -


Sergio Palombieri

+39 0861 266077 - 


Opening hours

Monday to Friday 10:30-12:30.

Erasmus Coordinators

Institutional coordinator
Paola Pittia
+39 0861 266895 -


Department of Law

Ignazio Castellucci

+39 0861 266448 -


Department of Political Sciences

Francesca Rosati

+39 0861 266732 -


Department of Communication Sciences

Francesca Vaccarelli

+39 0861 266733


Department of Veterinary Medicine

Giuseppe Marruchella

+39 0861 266932 -


Department of Biosciences, Agro-food and Environmental Technologies

Rosanna Tofalo

+39 0861 266911 -



Erasmus+ Incoming Staff for Teaching/Training

As part of the Erasmus+ Programme, it is with great pleasure that the University of Teramo welcomes staff from partner Higher Education Institutes and in particular:

  • Teaching Staff (Staff Mobility for Teaching - STA) for teaching activities
  • Teaching and Administrative staff (Staff Mobility for Training - STT) for training activities


Interested staff must send an e-mail to the International Relations Office: -

The Office will send the request, based on the type of mobility, to the Erasmus Department Coordinator or to the administrative office of interest who will evaluate the proposal and will then communicate their decision to the interested person.Once the request for mobility has been accepted, the interested person must fill in the Application Form according to the type of mobility to be realized.





Erasmus+ Incoming Students

Dear students, it is with great pleasure that the Rector of the University of Teramo welcomes you for a period of study at our Departments.

If you are planning to spend a period of time abroad for study, research or training purposes, the University of Teramo can offer you a wide range of opportunities to invest in your future and develop your talents and skills.


International Students' Guide

Erasmus for study or for traineeship

The Erasmus Programmes were started in our university in 1994 in order to improve the co-operation with universities from all over Europe, to support students and teaching staff mobility, and to boost the development of joint programmes (both educational and professional) and courses.
Within the Erasmus programme (mainly Study), thousands of foreign (incoming) students have attended our university so far. Teramo organises an Erasmus Welcome Day for them each semester. During the event students receive useful information about academic life and all the services offered by the University. It is also an opportunity to meet the Erasmus Institutional Coordinator, the Erasmus staff, and members of the ESN (Erasmus Student Network).
Incoming students enjoy a wide range of services such as guidance and tutoring, info and reception, Italian language courses (provided by the language centre), access to canteens, cafeterias, libraries, sporting facilities (CUS), cultural centres, technological facilities and more.

VISA and Residence Permit


European citizens may enter Italy with a passport or ID card and are entitled to stay for study or work as long as like. You are however required to register with the Questura (police station - Polizia di Stato) in order to obtain residence and therefore you should ensure that you have all the documents requested for this procedure before you leave your home country.

Non European Citizens are required to apply for a study visa prior to leaving. Applications should be made at your nearest Italian Embassy or Consulate. Always start these procedures well in advance of your planned visit to Italy. These procedures are subject to change so it is worthwhile telephoning the embassy or checking the website for information before going personally to the visa office (link: If it is required, please send email to the Ufficio Relazioni Internazionali (International Relations office) at, asking for a letter of admission to be posted to your home address.


Residence Permit

European citizens may reside in Italy for three months without a Residence Permit (Permesso di Soggiorno) from the Italian Police, but they have to register at the Police Station (Dichiarazione di Presenza).

If you are staying in Teramo for longer than three consecutive months, you have to register at the City Hall of your residence district in Teramo(Iscrizione Anagrafica). should report your presence on Italian territory to the local Police autorities filling in a specific form.

Further information at Polizia di Stato.

Non European citizens are required to apply for a residence permit within 8 working days since their arrival in Italy. Applications can be submitted to Italian Post Offices (Sportello Amico), Patronages and Municipalities.

For more information about visa and residence permit you can visit the following Internet sites:

Please note that a tourist visa does not entitle you to study in Italy.


Admission requirements and deadline


No application will be accepted without a prior nomination from your Home University.


Application deadlines for incoming students

  • First semester: 30 July
  • Second semester: 30 November

Health insurance form
All Erasmus students are requested to have appropriate health insurance. EU citizens must travel to Italy with their European Health Insurance Card. The European Health Insurance Card, replacing paper forms such as the E111 or E106, gives access to medically necessary, state-provided healthcare during a temporary stay in any of the 27 EU countries, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway and Switzerland.
Students coming from non-EU countries are strongly recommended to verify if there are any agreements between their country's National Health Service and the Italian one; in case there is none, they must get hold of an insurance policy to be translated and certified by the Italian Diplomatic Representative abroad.
For more information on how to obtain a EHIC, please visit the European Health Insurance Card website at

Upon arrival in Teramo

Please note that it is absolutely necessary to register as Erasmus student on your arrival in Teramo (Ufficio Relazioni Internazionali - International Relations office) to be officially registered and in order to activate your registration number (matricola). Using your registration number, you can enrol in the exams.
Necessary documents:

  • Two passport-size photos
  • Passport or Identity Card
  • Statement from home university
  • Application form and Learning agreement
  • Tax code (codice fiscale)

Please note that the Tax code (codice fiscale) is needed to sign any contract (e.g., to rent a room, to open a bank account or to get a sim card for mobile phones) and to get your registration number (matricola).
The Tax code is issued by the local tax office (Agenzia delle entrate). Students have to fill in the necessary forms and hand them to:
Agenzia delle Entrate

Largo Madonna delle Grazie - 64100 Teramo

tel. +39 0861 25771 -

On departure

Before leaving, don't forget to contact your tutor (the Erasmus coordinator of the Faculty you registered to) and bring him/her your Transcript of records in order to have it signed and sent to the Institutional coordinator. After that, you will have to visit the International Relations Office in order to collect:

  • your final Transcript of records (signed by both the Faculty coordinator and the Institutional coordinator);
  • your Certificate of Attendance (as well as other possible documents).

Erasmus Student Network (ESN Teramo)

It is run by students and offers help for any practical aspects concerning life in Teramo and to make their stay at the University of Teramo as fruitful and pleasant as possible.

Campus Aurelio Saliceti - V. R. Balzarini, 1 - 64100 Teramo

tel. +39 0861 266404 - -


Buddy System "Students Helping Students”

Language Centre

The University Language Centre, founded in December 1999 runs language courses by means of lessons and self study to be carried out in the multimedia linguistic lab. For Erasmus incoming students, the University Language Centre organizes Italian language courses free of charge. 
Students who attend all the requested hours and pass the final test can obtain an attendance certificate with the ECTS credits achieved.

Centro Linguistico di Ateneo (CLA)

Campus Aurelio Saliceti - V. R. Balzarini, 1 - 64100 Teramo
tel. +39 0861 266084 -



Housing with the Help of Erasmus Association ESN Teramo ( and the A.D.S.U.

A.D.S.U. is the regional authority in charge of services concerning university students' right to study. It promotes the essential services aiming at easing access to university studies (meals, accommodation, transportation, cultural and recreational activities). Incoming students can obtain the same benefits as those granted to students enrolled in the University of Teramo by applying to A.D.S.U.

A.D.S.U. Teramo

Via M. Delfico, 73 - 64100 Teramo
tel. +39 0861 26311 - - Website: A.D.S.U.

Ultimo aggiornamento: 12-02-2024