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Erasmus +

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For years, ESCRBC has had the ERASMUS CHARTER, which enables educational centers to carry out exchanges of students, professors and non-teaching staff with other educational institutions belonging to the European Higher Education Area. As part of this European program, ESCRBC has signed agreements with the following institutions: :

- Universidad Tor Vergata de Roma (Italia).

- University of West Attica (UniWA), Atenas (Grecia)

- Instituto Politécnico de Tomar (Portugal)

- Universidad Católica Portuguesa (UCP) de Oporto (Portugal)

- Academia de Bellas Artes de Viena (Austria)

- Escuela Superior de Arte de Avignon (Francia)

- Building College (RCK) de Riga (Letonia)

- Universidad Metropolia de Helsinki (Finlandia)

- Donau Universitat, Krems (Austria)

On the other hand, the ESCRBC maintains agreements with the following entities and companies collaborating in European Erasmus mobility projects:

- Ana Ruiz-Larrea Bookbinder, París (Francia)

- Arquivo Municipal de Lisboa (Portugal)

- Atelier Nouvelle Tendance, París (Francia)

- Helsinki Art Museum (Finlandia)

- Istituto per l'Arte e il Restauro SRL Palazzo Spinelli, Florencia (Italia)

- Laboratorio José Figueiredo - Paper Conservation, Lisboa (Portugal)

- Prevarti Company Ltd. (Malta)

- Nike Restauro di Opere D'arti, SNC, Florencia (Italia)

- Heritage Malta (Malta)

- Comune di Cortona (Italia)

- Chevalier Conservation, París (Francia)

- Centro di Restauro della Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici della Toscana (Italia)

- Archivio di Stato di Firenze, Florencia (Italia)

- Accademia Europea di Firenze, Florencia (Italia)

- Associazione Culturale ARS, Roma (Italia)

- Atelier de Restauration et de Conservation des Photographies de la Ville de Paris (Francia)

- Bartolozzi & Maioli, Florencia (Italia)

- Biblioteca Real, Bruselas (Bélgica)

- Centro di Conservazione e Restauro dei Beni Culturali della Sardegna, Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici per le province di Sassari e Nuoro (Italia)

- Consorzio Tela di Penelope, Prato (Italia)

- Escuela Española de Historia y Arqueología en Roma - CSIC, Roma (Italia)

- Finish National Gallery, Helsinki (Finlandia)

- Giovanna Cesarini Keramos Restauro, Palermo (Italia)

- Museo Archeologico Regionale Paolo Orsi, Siracusa (Italia)

- Archivo Estatal, Rijeka (Croacia)

- RAVA E.EC.SRL., Turín (Italia)

- Reggia di Caserta (Italia)

- Rijksmuseum, Ámsterdam (Holanda)

- Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Leiden (Holanda)

- Taekniskólinn Reykjavik (Islandia)

- Heritage Agency, Ministry of Education, Culture and Science - IPERION-CH Project, Ámsterdam (Holanda)

- Toscana Restauro Arte Nadia Presenti, Foiano della Chiana (Italia)

- Studio Redivivus, Ámsterdam (Holanda)

- Sveuciliste U Dubovniku, Dubrovnik (Croacia)

- Stefano Scarpelli Conservazione Restauro Dipinti, Florencia (Italia)


The calls for ERASMUS mobilities are made according to requirements that may vary each year, but tend to give preference to those students who have passed all the subjects of the previous courses over those who have pending subjects. The documents to be submitted usually include, in addition to the application form, a letter of motivation explaining the reasons for applying for the scholarship, as well as a document that proves the applicant's knowledge of languages.

As regards the dates for submitting applications, these are usually established during the semester prior to the semester foreseen for the mobility.

All the information related to the program can be consulted on the following website http://www.sepie.es.

The ESCRBC Erasmus Policy Declaration can be found at the following link.

For more information about the Erasmus + program at ESCRBC, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..