On this page you will find information concerning the practical aspect of the exchange, such as accommodation, introduction programme, language course etc. A lot of the information is to be found on the Partner Universities websites, see link under the different university below.
Information concerning VISA:
Health cover, accommodation and orientation:
Please download the Student Hand Book, information for International students starts on page 23.
For more information on services available and various aspects of living and studying in Poland and Krakow, go to:
A longer presentation of the practical information can be found here.
On the webpages for Inbound Exchange Students you will find all useful information concerning Arrival Day, Introduction Programme, Accommodation, Mentor Programme, Residence Permit (VISA), Insurance and a lot of other useful tips.
Go to www.mah.se/student/exchange
Rome Tre University
Information coming soon!
Practical information for Inbound students concerning VISA, language course, health insurance and accommodation can be found on The International Office webpages.
Practical information for Inbound students concerning VISA, health insurance, arrival, orientations and accommodation can all be found on the Flinders University website at: http://www.flinders.edu.au/international-students/services/international-student-services-unit/
The International Student Services Unit
The International Student Services Unit (ISSU) at Flinders is your first point of contact for you both before and after your arrival. This Unit offers a range of programs supporting your enrolment, study and social life, as well as providing a referral service to facilities on campus and within the local community.
Semester Dates 2013
Semester 1, 2013
Arrival and Project Orientation week commencing 18 February
University Orientation Week starts 25 February
Week 1 for commencement of all academic studies begins 4 March
Mid-semester break starts on Monday, 8 April and ends on Friday, 26 April
Academic classes resume on Monday, 29 April
Mid-year exams commence on Saturday of Week 14 (24 June) and run for 2 weeks, ending on Saturday, 6 July 2013. Week 14 in each semester may be a teaching week for topics (courses) in which no examinations are held.