Accademia di Belle Arti di Ravenna

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Accademia di Belle Arti di Ravenna

Fine Arts Academy of Ravenna
via delle Industrie, 76
48122 Ravenna
tel. +39 – 0544.453125 o 455784
fax. +39 - 0544.451104

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Erasmus is part of the Long Life Learning Programme (L.L.P.) evolved through the European community, which has amongst its goals the support of the Universities and of the Graduate Educational Institutions to favor and realize the cooperation as well as the mobility of students and professors between European institutes, creating interaction and experience through this activity.
The main goal is that of affirming the European dimension of Higher Education, favoring the learning of foreign languages and the encouragement of understanding the culture of the hosting country, through the full recognition of the studies completed in the partner country.
The Erasmus L.L.P. Programme offers to students the opportunity to spend a period of study abroad (from three to twelve months) in one of the 27 partner countries, members of the European community (Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Greece, France, Spain, Ireland, Italy, Luxemburg, Holland, Austria, Finland, Portugal, Sweden, United Kingdom, Slovakia, Estonia, Ungaria , Lithuania, Lettonia, Poland, Turkey, Malta) or in one of the countries of the European economical space (Island, Norway), Liechtenstein) or in one of the countries candidate to adhere to the European community.
To contribute to the costs of mobility (journey, linguistic education, and stay) the European community gives grants, that are added to those given by the Academy of Ravenna, nevertheless, these grants are not meant to cover the whole amount of the expenses needed during the exchange.
The conditions to receive the LLP Erasmus' grant are following:
1) The student must have finished the first academic year and must be citizen of one of the countries participating to the program.
2) The period spent abroad must be between three and twelve months and in one of the member countries or in one of the countries participating to the program.
3) There must be the formal recognition by the country of origin of the period spent abroad.
The students participating to the programme are exempted of paying the academic taxes to the hosting Institute and can continue to benefit during their stay abroad of eventual grants or loans sponsored by the country of origin.
The student can receive maximum two Erasmus grants during his academic path:
1) One Erasmus grant for the mobility for study purposes. (SMS)
2) One Erasmus grant for placement purposes. (SMP)
The Erasmus students directed to one of those countries where the language is less widespread and less taught, have the possibility to participate to the intensive courses to learn the language. (E.I.L.C. Erasmus Intensive Language Courses) before starting the Erasmus mobility.

The subprogramme Erasmus-Placement is meant to stimulate the students' mobility, in order to make them possible to spend a work-stage abroad by a professional institution, an art gallery, a learning center or a research center or any recognized enterprise operating in the work world, part of the 27 countries of the European Union, offering the possibility of acquiring specific technical and operative competences.
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ECTS is the acronym that refers to the “European System of accumulating and transfer the credits”. It has been introduced in Europe in 1989 within the Erasmus program and today it is an integral part of the L.L.P.. The ECST System in centered on the time of worked requested to any student to reach the goals of a study course in order to make the study programs easy to read and to compare, whether on a national level, or to an international level. Thanks to the ECTS the recognition of the study path is easier and consequently the students' mobility is granted.
One credit generally corresponds to 25 hours work-between frontal lesson, assisted research and individual work and the average quality of the learning work developed by a student within a year engaged full time in his study is conventionally fixed in 60 credits.
The credit is a way in order to quantify the learning results, that amount of competences that expresses what the student will be able to understand and to realise at the end of the path of the different study courses.
At the end of the Three-Year Academic Diploma course (Cycle 1) the student must have matured 180 credits. In the post-graduated two-year Academic Diploma course (Cycle 2) the student must mature other 120 credits.

E.U.C. 2007\2013
Erasmus University Charter
1) The Academy of Fine Arts of Ravenna wants, within the Erasmus Project, to improve most of all the knowing, the practice and the theoretical reflection on the mosaic, in all his prerogatives of autonomous art language. Problems connected with project planning, historical knowing through visits to the byzantine Basilicas in Ravenna, intensive practice in painting and sculpture with connection to the conceptual contemporary point of view, will be favored as well as possible application to design, to urban furniture and to architecture architecture, paying particular attention to the research of very innovative materials.
The interest for mosaic doesn't exclude, of course other research contexts that for decades have been points of reference for the Academy in Ravenna and that will be part of the Erasmus project: the spatial sensibility in painting and in sculpture, the visual communication, the forms of multimedia expression and those of the “sensible Decoration” as well as the “Restoration” and the “Goldsmith art”.
Another field of interest within the Erasmus will be the analysis of the artistic landscape and historical features of the territory, continuing a tradition, that in a recent past saw Ravenna Academy site of an exhibition of projects on the new Dockyard by Moons' (Belgium) High School of Architecture and of project planning on the Po landscape, showed afterwards at the Venice Architectural Biennial.