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 In general, Italian university programs are organized as follows:


  • Laurea Triennale L-24: first level degree, corresponding to undergraduate level (level I), three years program.
  • Laurea Magistrale LM-51: second level degree, corresponding to graduate/master level (level II), two years program.
  • Dottorato di ricerca: third level degree, corresponding to Ph. D.



Laurea triennale L-24: Corso di Laurea in Scienze e Tecniche Psicologiche:

The first two years comprise a common curriculum of studies.

The third year is divided by curriculum into:

  • Clinical and Health Psychology
  • Social and Organization Psychology
  • Psychology of Cognitive Processes
  • Developmental and Educational Psychology.


Laurea Magistrale LM-51:

  • Corso di Laurea Magistrale in Psicologia Clinica e della Salute e Neuropsicologia

It comprises a curriculum of studies in the fields of Clinical and Health Psychology, Neuropsychology and Cognitive Evaluation

  • Corso di Laurea Magistrale in Psicologia del Ciclo di vita e dei Contesti

It comprises a curriculum of studies in the fields of Development, Educational Psychology, Social and Organization Psychology.


Courses a.a. 2019/2020


Almost courses will be held in Italian.

Please note that

  • If syllabuses of individual courses are not present and/or updated online, students may refer to those used in the previous year.
  • If you are attending the 2nd or 3rd year (or level I) at your University, we suggest that you choose courses offered by the Laurea triennale L-24 "Corso di Laurea in Scienze e Tecniche Psicologiche". If you were attending the 4th or 5th year (level II) or a second level degree at your University, you can choose courses offered by the Laurea triennale L-24 "Corso di Laurea in Scienze e Tecniche Psicologiche" and by the Laurea magistrale LM-51.
  • In the School guide, next to the courses names, the column "sem" indicates the semester in which courses are taught (1= first semester; 2= second semester). The labels "I" or "II" indicate the course the student should attend based on the initial of his/her surname: I: A-K; II: L-Z.



Go to the home page and click on: corsi di studio -> docenti -> choose the name -> click on the name -> insegnamenti -> click on the name of the subject -> click on contenuto del corso







Invernale: Winter (three sub-sessions)

From January 7th 2020 

To February 28th 2020

Online test booking is required.

Students can see the dates of the exams at this page and register for the final exams from 14 to 3 days before the scheduled date at this page.

Students can repeat the tests even if they fail, however, within the same session, they must skip a sub-session.

Estiva: Summer (three sub-sessions)

From June 1th 2020

to July 31th 2020

Autunnale: Autumn (two sub-sessions)

From September 2nd  2020

to September 30th 2020

Invernale: Winter (three sub-sessions)

From January 7th 2021

To February 26th 2021




Before arriving in Florence

Incoming students must be first designated and announced by mail by their Home University. 

Then the selected students are required to:

- download and fill in our Erasmus Application Forms; 

- email the forms to our International Relations Office, with their picture and identification number, duly signed and sealed by their Home Institution Erasmus Coordinator. 


The Erasmus Application Form comprises two parts:

Enrolment form (rtf - pdf) including the Home Institution data, the student’s personal data, period and field of study

Learning Agreement (rtf - pdf) showing personal study program.

Learning Agreement Study Changes: form to be used to change the personal study program during the mobility



There is no official deadline, though it’s recommended that the School of psychology receives all documentation one month before the students’ arrival, at the latest.



For Erasmus students, at least level B1 knowledge of the Italian language is requested.

The Centro Linguistico di Ateneo (CLA, University Linguistic Center) organizes Italian language courses for Erasmus students for free. To attend these courses students have to complete an online application, available at, and follow the relevant instructions. Further instructions will be sent by e-mail from CLA.

The online application can also be found on the web site of the Università degli Studi di Firenze, following this path: Students from Abroad - Information for Incoming Erasmus students - Italian Language Course.


If requested, certification can be made as follows:

Level A2 – credits: 3 CFU; grade 30/30

Level B1 – credits: 6 CFU; grade: 30/30

Level B2 – credits: 9 CFU; grade: 30/30

Level C1 - credits: 12 CFU; grade: 30/30.


Upon arrival in Florence

Upon arrival in Florence, Erasmus students must register at the Erasmus Office of the School of Psychology (Servizio Relazioni Internazionali).

Copies of  the “certificate of arrival”, if requested by the Home University, have to be brought to the Office and then signed by the local coordinator. 



The University of Florence does not offer housing facilities for Erasmus students.

We encourage students to get in contact with other foreign students in Florence, to have peer-to-peer information.


Upon arrival, students can stay for a maximum of three nights at the following youth hostels:


Ostello della Gioventù Villa Camerata

viale Augusto Righi, 4 - 50137 Firenze

Phone: 055.601451 - fax 055.610300



Ostello Santa Monaca

via S. Monaca, 6 - 50124 Firenze

Phone: 055.268338 - fax 055.280185



7 santi hostel

viale dei Mille, 11 – 50137 Firenze

Phone: 055.5048452

Mail: – Skype ID: hostel.dei.7.santi 


Real estate agencies, Newspapers & Advertisements

Students looking for a flat can refer to real estate agencies. They rent flats (but usually not single rooms).

Other possible sources of housing information are newspapers ads and message boards located throughout the School buildings.







via della Torretta, 16


Tel.: +39 055 2755374  




The ERASMUS Office (in Italian: Servizio Relazioni Internazionali) is located in the School yard, ground floor, second red door on your left.


How to arrive from Santa Maria Novella railway station:

- bus n° 6, “Lungo l’Affrico” bus stop

- take any train stopping at Firenze Campo di Marte station (a railway station close to via della Torretta).

Bus tickets are valid for both bus and train trips.

How to arrive from Florence airport:

- shuttle bus to Santa Maria Novella train station. From there see above.



School of Psychology Dean: Prof. Franca Tani;

Erasmus School Delegate: Prof. Maria Del Viva, e-mail:

Erasmus School International Office Manager: Dott. Manila Soffici, e-mail:

ultimo aggiornamento: 10-Set-2019
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