Erasmus in Milan
Essential information for Erasmus students
Here you will find useful information regarding your residence in Milan as a foreign student.
Before leaving your home country:
Be sure to take any documents necessary to be admitted to Italian university and all necessary health forms:
- STATEMENT from home University certifying that you are in Milan as an Erasmus student;
- APPLICATION FORM for incoming Erasmus students.
- The EUROPEAN HEALTH INSURANCE (E111 or E128);
- IDENTITY CARD or PASSPORT.
When you arrive in Milan:
The first thing to do when your arrive at your destination is to look for the Erasmus Office of your faculty.
When you are there you will be given two Erasmus certificates: one issued by your home institution (a document confirming date you left) and another one issued by your Italian faculty, which you will use in Italy. The secretary's office will assign to you an erasmus coordinator, who will give you a lot of useful information:
from Italian language courses to solutions for administrative problems and useful information about exams.
University of Milan: Office for foreign students
For foreign students who want to attend the courses offered by the Milan university's faculties.
Address: via Mercalli 21, Milan
For more information we provide here the English version of the various Milan faculties and universities' web sites:
After you have enrolled in your university, you'll have to get its FISCAL CODE.
In Italy, The Fiscal Code is something like a social security number in other countries. In Italy it is usually requred to new lease an apartment, to open a new bank current account or for the activation of a new telephone number. It is possible to get a free fiscal code, by simply going into a local office of the "Agenzia delle Entrate" with a personal identification documents.
AGENZIE DELLE ENTRATE IN MILAN
There are four agencies in Milan. Here you have their addresses and telephone numbers:
Address: Via Bistolfi, 5
Telephone number: 02/210491
Address: Via Abetone, 10
Telephone number: 02/540011
Address: Via Dei Missaglia, 97
Telephone number: 02/893075
Address: Piazza Carlo Stuparich, 2
Telephone number: 02/330251
Study Italian in Milan
If you want to study Italian before the beginning of your university courses, we suggest you to have a look at our page about Learn Italian in Milan, which gives you some hints on where to study Italian in Milan, with some useful information about Italian language schools in Milan.