Non-EU/EEA researchers and fellows (staying for at least 12 months) who will be admitted in September and require a Visa to travel to Italy, should file their request for a special Visa (Type D - Mission) with the relevant Italian Embassy/Consulate. The EUI assists researchers and fellows providing them with complete information and issuing special letters of visa support and additional documentation to be presented to the Italian Embassy/Consulate. Non-EU/EEA dependents (spouse/children) accompanying researchers or fellows during their stay at the EUI may also receive a letter of visa support from the EUI: Please contact the relevant officer for complete information.
- Ph.D.and LL.M. Researchers, Jean Monnet and Max Weber Fellows, & Families should contact Lorenzo Ghezzi (Admissions Officer): [email protected].
- STG Master students should contact Adrian Cosmin Pop (Admissions Officer): [email protected]
- Fernand Braudel Fellows, Visiting Fellows & Families should contact Stefania Bocchi (Welcome Unit Officer) [email protected],
- Exchange and Visiting students may contact Zeineb Mazouz, (International Mobility Officer): [email protected]
A visa entitles you to enter the Italian territory but NOT to reside in Italy. After arriving in Italy, there are further procedures to complete in order to settle residence obligations.
Important: To obtain the MAE ID card, non-EU researchers and fellows must hold a ‘Visto di Tipo D, per Missione di lunga durata’.
Further information on Visas for Italy are also available on the website of the Italian ministry of Foreign Affairs (Visas Section) and on the EUI Life In Florence - Information Guide (PDF).