After the nomination, please send an e-mail to the IRO (erasmus@santannapisa.it) containing the following documents: As part of the programme for the modernisation of higher education systems in Europe, this learning agreement reflects the institutional cooperation between the Scuola Normale Superiore and the Sant`Anna School. After the organization of student and student mobility in Pisa, the Scuola Normale Superiore and the Sant`Anna School will strive to conclude a second partnership agreement in order to involve the University of Florence in the process of recognition of academic qualifications. Sant`Anna School of Advanced Studies (hereinafter referred to as SSSA) is an elite university that occupies a unique position within the Italian university system. It is a full-fledged university that offers master`s courses (in collaboration with a partner university) and doctoral courses, while offering students courses for talented students, which are a unique educational formula that is an integral part of the university system of Pisa. If you are interested in the training and research activities of the SSSA and are ready to spend an Erasmus mobility period at the SSSA, please contact the International Relations Office – Erasmus Mobility erasmus@santannapisa.it who will help you consider which option might be the best option for you (taking courses, e.g. establishing your final thesis, research/studies, etc.). If you are a student of the 1st and 2nd cycles, you can combine the courses taken at the School of Advanced Studies of Sant`Anna with some courses from the University of Pisa: www.unipi.it. Please contact the International Relations Office for more information on this possibility. The Scuola Normale Superiore, the Sant`Anna School and the University of Pisa have signed a partnership agreement and adopted a single directive on the management of mobility programmes for outgoing and incoming students. Students in Pisa will benefit from mobility opportunities, strengthening international academic cooperation by re-emphasizing a single learning agreement for all students planning to study abroad under the Erasmus+ agreement, as well as other ways to fund partnership projects.

International Relations Office Erasmus Mobility E-mail: erasmus@santannapisa.it Tel. 0039 050 883712/705/173 Your home university must officially designate you by e-mail to erasmus@santannapisa.it. This email should contain the following: This brochure describes how PISA for Development is developing new innovative research tools, including assessing students` learning outcomes in an out-of-school environment. . . .