Through the Erasmus outgoing program, Saint Louis offers students of its Academic Courses the opportunity to spend a period of training internship (Student mobility for Traineeship) at any public or private organization active on the labor market or in the field of training and education. of youth.

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Students must be regularly enrolled in the second or third year of the first level Academic Diploma, or in the first or second year of the second level Academic Diploma; mobility for traineeship is also allowed after obtaining the Diploma Level I or II (NB. in this case the application form and the Awarding of the Scholarship must in any case be prior to the date of achievement of the Diploma, and the internship in question must end within 12 months of the achievement of the Diploma itself). Every year, Saint Louis will publish a Call for student mobility for internships, through which it will select suitable candidates to participate in the Program, drawing up a list of eligibility. Each individual student will be able to perform dai 2 up to a maximum of 12 months of mobility abroad for each cycle of studies (three years and two years).

Mobility can be carried out in small, medium or large public or private companies; public bodies at local, regional or national level; organizations from the world of work; research institutes; foundations; schools or educational centers of any level, including those for adult education; non-profit organizations, associations, NGOs; career guidance agencies, career counseling and information services; International Relations offices; other representations or public institutions such as cultural institutes, schools, etc.
The Candidate can independently contact the chosen location for the internship, or contact the International Office for support.

Applications for mobility to be held during the Academic Year 2021/2022 are CLOSED.

Deadline for submitting applications 2 MAY 2021.

The selection of Candidates is carried out in three stages:
– Internal pre-selection at Saint Louis: the candidate students must submit an application for participation following the instructions in the relevant Call.
- Acceptance or Confirmation of receipt of the Candidate (deemed suitable by Saint Louis) by the chosen internship venue
- Assignment of the Erasmus + scholarship to candidates accepted by the chosen locations, and consequent preparation for departure


  • Artistic and educational CV - word file, to be filled in by the Candidate
  • Audio / video link (to live performance / execution of compositions / work portfolio) - Word file to be compiled by the Candidate, containing a minimum of n. 4 links to video / audio / compositions / portfolio works

The student who wins an Erasmus contribution to mobility will have to take a Language test (English test or any other test of the language that the host Institude requires) to be carried out online through the dedicated language platform OLS – ON-LINE LINGUISTIC SUPPORT specifically developed in support of the Erasmus+ Programme.
Following the initial test and the contractualization of the mobility, the student will receive a license to attend a virtual language course.

The International Office is available to respond to any further request for information and to support the compilation of applications and the necessary documentation.

To contact the International Office or request an appointment:

International Office: Via Baccina, 47, 06/4870017 ext. 3
International Officer: Rossella Gaudenzi - From Monday to Friday, 10:00 - 16:30, by appointment

The official document that makes Saint Louis participation in the Erasmus+ program possible
More information on the Institute's internationalization policy
A complete list with all frequently asked questions about the Erasmus+ project
European Conservatory Association
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