The Visiting Cards are printed double-sided and are customisable through a microsoft word template, found below.
The layout is uniform for everyone, with the front bearing the logo for the European University Institute, and the back bearing EUI contact information and some personal data.
As of academic year 2020-2021, visiting cards are free of charge (max 200 cards per year) for researchers, staff and faculty. Cards are not issued to trainees.
How to Personalise Visiting Cards
- Select the card template with the correct postal address for your department or service (Badia Fiesolana, Villa Salviati, Villa Schifanoia, Villa il Poggiolo, Villa La Fonte, Il Convento, Villa Malafrasca).
- Insert your name, official title* and/or programme affiliation, EUI email, and, if desired, personal cell phone number and personal social media handles (you may delete the unnecessary lines).
- At bottom left, indicate the department or service to which you belong (e.g. Robert Schuman Centre; School of Transnational Governance; Department of History; Academic Service; etc.).
- Insert your EUI telephone extension, if you have one. If you do not have one, you may delete that line.
- Check for mistakes and save the file.
- Send the edited file as an attachment to [email protected], indicating the quantity desired (50, 100, 150 or 200).
- The print shop will prepare the print file of your visiting card and send it to you for proof-reading.
- You must return the print file directly to the Print Shop, with either the authorisation for printing, or any corrections. If you make some changes on the proof you will be issued with a new proof for confirmation prior to printing.
- The printed cards will be delivered to your attention, in your home department/service.
*The accuracy of the data on the card, such as job title, is the complete responsibility of the person requesting the card. Users are expected to insert the official job title found on their EUI contract. This title is visible under your name in the EUI Directory. Note that PhD researchers may use the title 'Researcher' or 'PhD Candidate'.
Page last updated on 14 July 2021