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2 This pubblication has been published with the financial support of the European Commission. Published by International Mobility Office of Università Politecnica delle Marche. September 2008 contents 1. Welcome to Università Politecnica delle Marche Università Politecnica delle Marche... 3 Università Politecnica delle Marche... 3 University and culture... 4 Organization Structure of studies... 6 Introduction... 6 Faculty of Agriculture... 6 Faculty of Economics Giorgio Fuà... 6 Faculty of Engineering... 6 Faculty of Medicine and Surgery... 7 Faculty of Sciences Studying at UNIVPM... 8 Enrolment formalities... 8 Academic year... 9 Examinations... 9 Student Card... 9 Course catalogue... 9 Italian Language courses... 9 Library services Computer facilities...12 Copy centres...12 Student cafeterias...12 Sports...12 Student Unions Accommodation...13 Private houses...13 ERSU student houses Visas and other permits Travelling...15 Arriving in Italy...15 Travelling within Ancona...15 Travelling within/outside Italy...16 Travel agencies Living in Ancona...17 Ancona in general...17 The city of Ancona...17 The surrounding area The climate The economy Other information Youth hostel Health care, pharmacies and emergency Shops Banking Post and telephone services Libraries and media centres Museums and monuments Fairs Theatres, cinemas and music Nightlife National holidays Helpful numbers Helpful www-pages Cecklist for international students City Map contents

3 1. 2. Welcome to Univpm Università Politecnica delle Marche It is with great pleasure that the Università Politecnica delle Marche takes this opportunity to extend you our warmest welcome. We hope this marks the beginning of a challenging and successful period of study for you, and that your stay in Italy is both rewarding and full of new experiences. We are always very pleased to receive international students, as we are convinced that the future of education lies in international experience. This guide offers you practical suggestions about studying at UNIVPM. We hope you find it useful to answer any questions you may have about the many university services as well as social life and practicalities in Italy. We here in the International Mobility Office will be pleased to assist you with any questions. We hope you enjoy your stay in Ancona, and it would be a period full of amazing experiences. We look forward to meeting you. International Mobility Office c/o Ripartizione Relazioni Esterne Università Politecnica delle Marche LLP/Erasmus Istitutional Coordinator: Dott. Luciana Martini LLP/Erasmus Assistant: Dott. Silvia Coppari Piazza Roma, Ancona - Italia Tel.: Fax: UNIVERSITÀ POLITECNICA DELLE MARCHE In the Marche Region, the oldest universities, dating back to the medieval period are Urbino, Camerino, and Macerata. After the Second World War an attempt to create a unified university with faculties across the whole Region, incorporating the cities of Ancona and Ascoli Piceno over and above the historical cities, was thwarted and subsequently each university went its own way. In Ancona, a consortium for the creation of nonhumanity orientated faculties, namely Economics, Engineering, Medicine and Agriculture was established. Due to its central position and its importance as a harbour city, the faculty of Economics and Commerce, affiliated to the university of Urbino, was opened in Ancona in This was the birth of the fourth Università Marchigiana, which became renowned for the prestige of its lecturers and the high number of students attracted by it. The faculties of Engineering and Medicine, which formed the core of the state university, were opened in In 1982 the addition of the Faculty of Economics and Commerce was a natural progression from the previous affiliation to Urbino. The Faculty of Agriculture commenced in 1988 and ultimately the faculty of Science, with a strong focus on marine science in The five faculties: Agriculture; Economics; Engineering; Science and Medicine and Surgery are comprised of departments and institutes. The university has a complement of 560 lecturers and researchers, 568 administrative and technical employees and enrolled students. 4 5

4 2. Università Politecnica delle Marche 2. Università Politecnica delle Marche THE UNIVERSITY AND CULTURE Through its faculties the University has created a professional and technical centre responding not only to the needs of the city, but also to regional and transregional needs. The University operates on three levels: Recruitment of lecturers: a dynamic and pluralistic milieu has been created by the absorption of lecturers from other historic universities. Scientific and Technological Research: including a strong network of national and international contacts. Cultural and Conference activities: have enabled a large number of Italian and foreign students to visit the city. As part of its role as Universitas, in entirety, the University organizes and promotes various cultural activities including classical music concerts performed by the Orchestra Filarmonica Marchigiana (Philharmonic Orchestra of the Marche Region). Aula Magna d Ateneo (the assembly hall of the University) at the Technical and Scientific centre of Monte Dago is principally the venue for these performances. ORGANIZATION The University has complete didactic, scientific, organizational, administrative, and financial autonomy. It has its own statute of internal rules and provides a public service. The University activities are overseen by: The Rector, who is the president and the legal representative of the University. He heads the academic Senate and the Board of directors and has decisive power over all University matters. The Administrative Director, who reports directly to the Rector, applies directives issued by the Rector, and is responsible for the central administration of the University. The Academic Senate The Board of Directors The Students Council Rector: Prof. Eng. Marco PACETTI Deputy Rector: Prof. Dr. Leandro PROVINCIALI Administrative Director: Dr. Luisiana SEBASTIANELLI 6 7

5 INTRODUCTION Recently, the Italian university system has been reformed. The new qualifications awarded by the universities have been divided into 42 classes, referring to general subject areas within which one or more degree courses may be organized. These classes have been decided by the National Education Minister and are common to all higher education institutions. Within these classes each institution can establish a range of different curricula, depending on the specific programme and defined degree level. Degrees can be classified as follows: a three year degree (Laurea) or first level degree that grants a good overall education, but also specific professional competence; a five year degree (Laurea magistrale) or second level degree, which requires two additional years of study after the three year degree and grants an advanced and qualified professional training in specific fields, with the exception of those degrees relating to the Health Sciences and Architecture which are conceived as complete five (or six)- year degrees from the start. To graduate students need to accumulate a certain number of academic credits: 180 for Laurea, 300 ( ) for Laurea magistrale. An academic credit corresponds to 25 hours of work. Presuming that a students works 1500 hours per year, he/she can accumulate at least 60 credits (and even more if he/she works more than 1500 hours) per year. Our credits are based on the ECTS rules. 3. structures of studies FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE three-year degree course (undergraduate studies): agricultural science and technology viticulture and oenology forestry and environmental science science of food two-year specialist degree courses (graduate studies): science of food and nutrition agricultural science and technology FACULTY OF ECONOMICS GIORGIO FUÀ three-year degree courses (undergraduate studies): economics and business administration economics and commerce economics and finance social work territorial economics and tourism economics, markets and business administration (San Benedetto del Tronto) two-year specialist degree courses (graduate studies): finance, banking and insurance economics and business economics and management social and no-profit organizations FACULTY OF ENGINEERING three-year degree course (undergraduate studies): civil engineering industrial production engineering (Fabriano) building construction and savage engineering telecommunications engineering production management engineering (Pesaro) electronic engineering IT and automation engineering logistic and production engineering (Ancona and Fermo) mechanical engineering environmental and land planning engineering biomedical engineering three-year distance learning degree course (undergraduate studies): held in teledidactics by N.E.T.T.U.N.O. (Network for Everywhere University Consortium) IT and automation engineering mechanical engineering two-year specialist degree courses (graduate studies): civil engineering industrial automation engineering telecommunication engineering building engineering electronic engineering information technology engineering industrial mechanical engineering environmental and area planning engineering thermo-mechanical engineering biomedical engineering management engineering (Fermo) five-year specialist honours degree course (graduate and undergraduate studies): building engineering and architecture (European standards) structures of studies FACULTY OF MEDICINE three-year degree course (undergraduate studies): physiotherapy nursing (Ancona, Ascoli Piceno, Fermo, Macerata and Pesaro) midwifery medical radiology technician for imaging and radiotherapy dental hygienist professional educator prevention techniques in the environment and in the workplace five-year specialist honours degree course (graduate and undergraduate studies): dentistry and dental prosthesis six-year specialist honours degree course (graduate and undergraduate studies): medicine and surgery (includes three years of theoretical biology and introductory medicine and three years of clinical or applicative studies) FACULTY OF SCIENCE three-year degree course (undergraduate studies): biological science techniques of environmental control and civil protection two-year specialist degree courses (graduate studies): industrial biology marine biology environment sustainability and civil protection

6 ENROLMENT FORMALITIES Pre-departure formalities: You are advised to discuss the courses you intend following in Ancona with your faculty coordinator, who is in a position to provide you with useful information on your stay in Ancona, as he/she is in contact with his/her Italian colleagues. As soon as you are aware of your arrival date, please inform your Italian tutor or fax ( ) the registration form (available at to: Ripartizione Relazioni Esterne (International Relations Office). The following documents are required: A valid passport or ID card; 1 passport photo; for the students of E.U. bring the Health Card with you; for the other students, that want to get the Sanitary Assistance, have to go to the place, as mentioned below: - Poliambulatorio Viale tel (opening hours: from 7.30 a.m. to a.m., Monday-Saturday; from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday) - Poliambulatorio 2000 AN tel (opening hours: from 7.30 a.m. to a.m., Monday-Saturday; from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Monday/Wednesday/Friday) - Presidio Distrettuale Brecce Bianche tel (opening hours: from 7.30 a.m. to a.m., Monday- Friday; from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday) A certificate from your university certifying that you are a European Community Programme student and indicating the 4. studying at univpm duration of your grant; A certificate, which certifies registration at your university Arrival formalities: On arrival you are required to go to the International Mobility Office - Rettorato Università (Rector s Office) - Piazza Roma n Ancona (tel ), where you will be assisted with registration. You will be registered as a full time student without paying taxes and you will be covered by an insurance policy. All information about the procedures which must be followed will be given to you and you will be put in touch with your tutor. THE ACADEMIC YEAR The Italian university period is divided into an academic year, beginning on 1st November and ending on 31st. October of the following year. Lectures, however, begin in October, and finish in mid-june. Courses may be extensive (lasting the full year) or intensive (two semesters: the first one running until January, the second, following a break in February, till mid-june). There are holidays at Christmas and Easter and there is a long summer vacation. Lectures take place from Monday to Friday, both mornings and afternoons, and occasionally on Saturday mornings. Every year the faculties publish a guide of the respective courses with lecture names and syllabi. (Available at The academic calendars for the current year and lecture timetables are available to all students on the web site, the faculties notice boards and in the photocopy centres. EXAMINATIONS There are two exam sessions: summer and autumn, and a special winter session. Students are required to register for exams, a few days prior to the exams, on a list found at the specific department or institute. For some courses, there is also the opportunity to sign up using the Internet. You should consult the notice boards of the department/institute or your teacher for the exam calendar. The exam may be exclusively oral, require also a written exam or include the preparation of a short written dissertation. Marks are ex-pressed as credits. Your student card (libretto universitario) or some other form of identity (if you are awaiting it) is to be brought to the exam. STUDENT CARD (LIBRETTO UNIVERSITARIO) When you enrol at the university, you must collect your student card from the International Office. This document is needed in the examinations both as identification as well as for registration of the exam result. It also shows your status as an Erasmus student. Before leaving from Italy, you have to return it to the International Office. COURSE CATALOGUE The course catalogue (guida dello studente) contains a detailed list of all courses offered during the academic year and additional information concerning courses and plans of study. There is a different guide for each faculty, as the information varies from one study area to another. It is available on the web site of the university. ITALIAN LANGUAGE COURSES As all lessons are in Italian, students must have a command of the language in order to attend lectures. The CSAL runs italian courses for the incoming students. One course is run in the first semester, another during the second one. The aim of these courses is, on one hand, studying at univpm to acquaint students with the Italian language and, on the other hand, to provide more specific knowledge linked to the technical language used in each faculty. Lessons are given by expert teachers who develop a syllabus specifically tailored to meet the language problems of students with diverse cultural backgrounds using modern technology. The Media Centre is open to students, lecturers, and all University personnel who wish to learn a foreign language independently. CSAL experts and technicians are on hand should you need help. The Media Centre provides an excellent support to language classes and is an effective way to refine your language skills. You should check the web site or contact CSAL directly for further information about the timetable and applications for the Italian language courses. For further information, check the web site at: CSAL Centro di supporto all apprendimento delle lingue Piazza Martelli Tel Fax

7 4. studying at univpm 4. studying at univpm LIBRARY SERVICES UNIVPM has different libraries located in the various faculties: Technical, scientific and biomedical library Economics faculty library Department/institute libraries. Useful information about them is available on the web site, where you can also find a data base,a catalogue and some periodicals. The Technical, Scientific and Biomedical library. You need an identification document, a libretto or a library card to enter in the library and borrow books. For further information, you should contact the library desk directly. Situated near the Technical-Scientific Centre (via Brecce Bianche), the library contains approximately 44,000 volumes and 3,000 periodicals. In addition to a card index there is also an on-line bibliographical research system. At present, the library is linked to the Host of ESA-IRS, which has its headquarters at Frascati and provides on line information in every area of Science and Technology. It is also linked to the MEDLARS/ TOXNET system, which has its headquarters at Bethesda providing medical and pharmaceutical information. The library has a data system: CD-ROM (Comprehensive Medline Iconda) and floppy disk (Current Contents). There are departmental and institutional libraries with lending facilities affiliated to the main library. There are also photocopying facilities. The Economics faculty library. Situated at Villarey, the library contains about 100,000 volumes and 2,000 periodicals. You need a magnetic card that allows Economics students to enter in this library. Ask the library desk. The services provided are: Computerised index of books, periodicals, dissertations, and related publications by title, author, inventory reference, or editor. There are 6 network access points. Bibliographies and indexed material via inter-library loan and periodical/article exchange with other national libraries via fax. Bibliographical research and data bank consultation (CD- ROM) on various topics. European Documentation Centre. National and International Statistical Documentation. Economic and Social Relations (balance sheets, reports, relations of public and private entities, national and international). ISP Bulletin, published every 15 days (Index of selected periodicals for the institutes and departments of the Faculty and for some national libraries and corporations). Reading and reproduction of periodicals (both current and non) from microfilm. Tracing and acquisition of texts recommended or requested by students or graduates with particular and relative motive. COMPUTER FACILITIES UNIVPM has I.T. laboratories where you can find all kind of facilities: computers, Internet connection, printers, plotters and so on. The opening periods of these laboratories and student access change from one faculty to another: information is available directly at the laboratories and on the web site. The net, I.T., and multimedia services of the university are managed by CESMI (Centro servizi multimediali e informatici) which is located in the Faculty of Engineering and also carries out other projects (ECDL,...). COPIES CENTRES There are shops (where you can make photocopies, buy lectures notes, bind written material, etc.) present in some of the faculties such as Engineering or Economics, and in the city. STUDENT CAFETERIAS During your stay in Ancona you may buy and prepare your own 12 13

8 4. studying at univpm 5. meals or eat out, although the second option may prove somewhat expensive. There are cafeterias in each faculty, where students can have sandwiches, coffee, etc. at reduced prices. Cheap meals are also served at the student refectories (mensa). There are three of them in Ancona: In Via Petrarca (on the corner of via Pirandello, near the Technical- Scientific centre at Monte Dago). At n 96 Via Matteotti (near the Economics faculty). In Via Tenna - Torrette (near the Faculty of Medicine); You can apply for a refectory card in ERSU office. ERSU Ente Regionale Diritto allo Studio Via Saffi, Ancona Tel SPORTS C.U.S. (University Sports Centre) facilities are available to all students and staff. Most team games such as basketball, football, volleyball,... as well as tennis, kickboxing, are available. There is also a gym with aerobics, a swimming pool and some agreements for skiing, sailing, ad horse riding. So bring indoor shoes with you, if you would like to take part in these activities during your stay in Ancona! For further information, contact the main CUS office or those open in the faculties: Engineering, Economics, and Medicine, where you can sign up for different courses, ask for information or apply for CUS card. CUS Centro Universitario Sportivo via Grotte di Posatora, 19/A tel STUDENT UNIONS There are several student organizations present in each faculty: the associations are located in rooms where one can request information. Each different group organizes various activities: parties, cineforum, theatre courses, etc. The University of Ancona is not campus based; therefore, it is impossible to guarantee accommodation for everyone. Accomodation may be found in a private flat or apply for a place in one of the student houses/ university flats managed by ERSU. PRIVATE HOUSES A room to rent in a shared flat can be found through an estate agent (agenzia immobiliare), however they are also advertised on the notice boards or in dedicated books at the different faculties. Take note of the useful information and phone numbers and call to make an appointment to view the flats. Although this may take some time, you should find something that suits you. accomodation Opening hours: MON-FRI WED ERSU STUDENT HOUSES There are some places available in the Student Houses, which are managed by the ERSU. These are situated in five different sites in the city: Via Lambro n 1 - Torrette (near Medicine) Via Matteotti n. 96 (in the city centre) Via Scosciacavalli n 8/10/12/21 (in the city centre) If you wish to live in a student house, please complete the application form and confirm your reservation on receipt of the reservation fee. Inform the International Office of your date of arrival. The key to the apartment can be collected from the ERSU during weekday office hours. For further information check the university web page or contact the International Mobility Office

9 6. 7. visa and other permits travelling VISAS Students from the EU countries do not need a visa to enter the country. Other international student must obtain a visa before arrival unless there is an exemption from this by an agreement between the countries involved. The visa must be applied for at the nearest Italian embassy or consulate in advance. The reason for entry must be stated clearly. RESIDENCE PERMITS Within a fortnight of your arrival you must present yourself to the main police station (Questura), to apply for a foreigners certificate of stay: Questura Via Gervasoni n 19 - Ancona. You will need: A valid passport or ID card; 3 passport photos; A letter from the University proving that you are a student (this document will be given to you by the Ripartizione Relazioni Esterne) Travelling in Italy is easy: bus, train, motorway and plane networks are quite wide and Ancona is located in a strategic position. From here you can easily get to the main touristic cities, such as Rome or Venice, the beautiful seaside and mountains. You can also travel by ferry quickly to Greece and the ex-yugoslavia countries. ARRIVING TO ITALY HOW TO REACH ANCONA: Raffaello Sanzio Airport (Falconara): is about 1 /2 hour by bus or taxi from the centre of Ancona (departures: Co.tr.an buses connect with flights, from the airport to the city centre). Railway Station: the central railway station is in piazza Rosselli; it is in a central position on the Adriatic Line (Milano- Bologna-Lecce) and is an important junction towards Rome. There are other stations: Ancona Marittima in the port area and Ancona Torrette near the Medicine Faculty and the main hospital. Port: there are daily ferries to and from Greece and to and from Croatia. Motorway: A14; exit Ancona Nord or Ancona- Sud TRAVELLING WITHIN ANCONA To travel within Ancona you can walk, drive or take one of the city buses. Buses: Conero Bus SpA runs the urban bus and trolleybus line. Every year the company publishes a timetable and route map. Buses and trolleybuses can be identified by their number and there are 16 17

10 7. Travelling two city lines (CD and CS). Tickets can be bought at Tobacconists and authorised newagents as well as from ticket machines, which can be found at key stops. A single trip ticket can be purchased from the bus driver but it costs more. Tickets are valid for an hour from validation the one-way ticket allows you to change buses and lines in the same journey, whilst the return ticket has no limits within its one-hour validity. There is also a daily ticket that allows you to travel for 24 hours on all bus lines. Bus passes are available for the entire bus network and last 30 days. Conero bus offers student discounts. The Bus Pass office is in Corso Mazzini n 168 and is open on weekdays. Buses begin at 5 am and the last bus is at 1.25 am. Between 1.25 and 4.25 am a taxi service is available every 25 minutes as a substitute for the number 1 line only (piazza IV Novembre- Stazione-Piazza Ugo Bassi and vice versa), at the same price as the urban buses. TRAVELLING WITHIN/OUTSIDE ITALY Railway transport: the main railway station of Ancona is located in Piazzale Rosselli. There are no student discounts, but there are other discount on offer. Both one-way and return tickets are valid for two months after purchase. Tickets need to be validated using the orange machines before leaving. Seat reservations are available for an extra fee, but they are necessary only on a few special express trains, such as the Eurostar train. Free train schedules for the Ancona area can be obtained from the information office at the railway station. A complete train schedules can be bought at newsagents and at the railway station. For more information, contact the information office located in the railway station, travel agencies or call the number (call center Trenitalia). Bus transportation: there are several companies that organize bus transportation. You should ask for information at travel agencies or, for the Ancona area, from Conero bus. Travelling by boat: Boat lines operate regularly between Ancona, Greece and Croatia and other Adriatic countries. Ask for information at travel agencies or directly from the Navigation Companies. From the main Italian ports, there are regular links to most of the Mediterranean countries and islands. Travelling by plane: The airport of Ancona is located in a near town, Falconara. You can get there by bus or by train. From this airport you can take domestic as well as international flights. TRAVEL AGENCIES There are several travel agencies in Ancona. To get the best price you should contact different ones before choosing. It is also useful to check in the Internet for good flight prices. THE CITY Greek colonists exiled from Siracusa to a site inhabited since prehistoric times founded Ancona in 390 BC. Its name, in fact, derives from the Greek Ankon elbow due to the shape of the bay. Ancona is also called Dorica, which comes from the name Dori, immigrants from the Greek Mainland. The city became Roman municipium, in 295BC and its name was latinized to Ancon or Anconae. In the second century AD, the emperor Traiano widened the port and a triumphal arch was constructed in his honour. After the Byzantine period, in which Ancona was one of the maritime Pentapoli cities under the dependence of Ravenna, the city became part of Church territory but maintained its autonomy by paying an annual fee. In 1532 Pope Clemente VII (Giulio de Medici) ordered military occupation of Ancona annexing it to the Church State. In 1860, Ancona was encompassed into the Italian Kingdom. It was bombed and destroyed in both world wars. The elbow extends from Mount Conero and stretches out into a series of cliffs, which have taken on various names: Trave, Passetto, and Gallina. Between Passetto and the port, the cliffs form three hills: the Cardeto, the Cappuccini and the Guasco, where a large part of the old city and the splendid Cathedral of Saint Ciriaco are situated. To the south, stands the Astagno hill, crowned by the bastion of the living in Ancona Ancona in general Citadel. As it is the case in all Adriatic towns, the sun rises from the sea; however Ancona is unique in respect that, due to the elbow, during summer the sun also sets over the sea, in front of Mount Ardizio, Pesaro, which marks the edge of the Dorica gulf. The city is business-orientated, with naval traffic in the port busiest on Saturdays. Very characteristic is the fishing port, Mandracchio, located around Lazzaretto by Vanvitelli. To appreciate and sense the atmosphere, the best time to visit is at dawn, when the fishing boats return and the fish market begins. At Passetto, on the first slope of Conero, a swarm of caves, fashioned long ago as simple shelters for boats have been transformed into marine pied a Terre, often furnished with all modern comforts. This cave phenomenon is unique and merits a walk along the shore, accessible via steps leading down from the Monumento ai Caduti (the Monument to the War Victims). Every evening Ancona is filled with young people strolling the centre along Corso Garibaldi, between Piazza Cavour and Piazza Roma, along Corso Mazzini and in Piazza del Plebiscito (also called Piazza del Papa). Markets, where one may find bargains and a colourful and characteristic atmosphere, animate the mornings. The central market winds along Corso Mazzini and is open Tuesday to Saturday with a scaled down version open in the afternoons during certain periods. Still in the centre the fruit market (Piazza Erbe) is worthy of a visit. Here

11 living in Ancona 7. living in Ancona Ancona in general country vendors arrive with their mornings harvest. Piazza d Armi, in the Piano zone has a market, particularly lively on Tuesdays and Fridays, but only open until midday. A smaller market is held in via Maratta, in the Adriatic quarter, around the Sacred Heart Church. (Chiesa del Sacro Cuore) There are periodic fairs, such as the San Ciriaco fair (around 4th May), the Antiques and Crafts fair at the Rione arches (3rd weekend in the month) and the Salotto in Fiore in piazza del Plebiscito (May and September). Numerous parties, exhibitions, and festivals take place throughout the year, especially during the summer months. An event in particular, is Anconamare. This takes place in September and is a celebration of Ancona s traditional and deep links to the sea. There are exhibitions, marine sports, gatherings and shows. THE SURROUNDING AREA Twelve kilometres from the city towards Mount Conero lies the Portonovo peninsula. Here one finds two buildings of note: the guard tower, dedicated to Pope Clemente XI; and the fivenaves basilica dedicated to Saint Maria of Portonovo. There are various places of interest for the tourist South of Ancona: Sirolo; Numana; Loreto with its sanctuary; Recanati, birth place of the poet Giacomo Leopardi; Camerano and Castelfidardo, home of the accordion factories. To the North: Senigallia and Jesi. The Frasassi caves in the Fabriano area are remarkable. Further tourist information can be obtained from the Azienda Autonoma Cura Soggiorno e Turismo Riviera del Conero via Thaon de Revel n 4 tel / 33249/31828, and in the summer from the two Box Office (Ufficio Informazioni) situated at the Port (Stazione Marittima) - tel and in Piazza Roma. THE CLIMATE The climate is Mediterranean. The average monthly temperatures are at their lowest in January (1 /2 ) and peak in July/August (26 /28 ). The proximity of the sea raises humidity levels in both winter and, although to a lesser extent, in summer. For the same reason, Ancona sees medium- strength winds throughout the year with one of the strongest being the Bora, a dry and cold wind blowing in violent gusts, especially in winter. Other winds are the warm Scirocco and the Maestral, which usually bring good weather. The rainiest months are September and October. THE ECONOMY At the end of the 2nd World War, the province of Ancona was characterized by intense commercial activity in the capital city and a diffusion of agricultural activities in the hinterland. Craft activities expanded commercially, spreading throughout the region in the early fifties. This was followed by the transformation of craftsmanship into small factories, a process that distinguished the 60 s and 70 s as a period of model industrialization throughout the Marche region, and which became internationally renowned in the 2nd half of the 1970 s. More than merely developing companies the Marchigiani mode is one of territorial industrialization, while maintaining traditional agricultural links, thereby avoiding a socioeconomic backlash. Typical Industry The province of Ancona is the most industrialized area of the Marche region, faithfully representing the phenomenon of diffused industrializations with its varied articulations typical of development on the Adriatic coast. Production and manufacturing are concentrated in Fabriano (domestic electrical appliances), in Jesi (agricultural machinery) and in Castelfidardo (musical instruments) although none of these plants are large enough to dominate their sector. The metal - mechanical industry is divided into a series of products too diverse to isolate as one sector. On one hand such diversification negates internal concentration of productive districts, while on the other hand il limits the risk of a general crisis arising as the result of a collapse of any one product market

12 YOUTH HOSTEL Upon arrival in Ancona, you might need accommodation for few days while you seek a definitive dwelling. One cheap and comfortable option is the youth hostel located near the railway station and one of the main bus stops. You can book a place or get further information from the hostel web page: The address and the phone number are: Ostello per la Gioventù (Youth Hostel) Via Lamaticci, 7 Ancona Tel. and Fax: HEALTH CARD, PHARMACIES AND EMERGENCY For the students of E.U. bring the Health Card with you; For the other students, that want to get the Sanitary Assistance, have to go to the place, as mentioned below: - Poliambulatorio Viale tel (opening hours: from 7.30 a.m. to a.m., Monday-Saturday; from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday) - Poliambulatorio 2000 AN tel (opening hours: from 7.30 a.m. to a.m., Monday-Saturday; from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Monday/Wednesday/Friday) - Presidio Distrettuale Brecce Bianche tel (opening hours: from 7.30 a.m. to a.m., Monday- Friday; from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday) For the students of E.U., you need just to show your own Health Card. If you buy a medicinal, remember to keep your receipt, so you will be able to get the money back in your country. 9. other informations Pharmacies. There are about 30 chemistries, some are municipal chemistries in which case they are well know as comunali (There are three chemistries open on holidays. A night service is provided by the chemists in the Piano and central areas: these are open for about two hours after normal closing times after which time their service can be obtained by telephoning or by ringing the door bell). You need a prescription written by a doctor for certain types of medicines. Emergency. Ambulance 118 Vigili del fuoco 115 Police 113 SHOPS Shops are closed on Sundays, except during the Christmas period and on some special holidays. The opening times (give or take an hour) and weekday closure vary depending on the type of shop and on the season. Hours are as follows: Food shops: Mornings: 08h00-13h00; Afternoons: 16h30-19h30 (in summer time: 17h00-20h00). Some supermarkets are open all day long. Closed on Thursday afternoons. Stationers, bookshops, ironmongers: Mornings: 08h45-12h30; Afternoons: 16h30-20h00. Mostly closed on Saturday afternoons, and some on Monday mornings. Other Shops: Mornings: 08h45-12h45; Afternoons: 15h30-19h30 (in summer time: 16-20). Closed on Monday mornings. BANKING There are many different banks in Ancona, but the opening time is the same. Open from Monday to Friday: Mornings: 08h20-13h20; Afternoons: 14h35-16h00. If you decide to open a bank account, you should check the different banks because each one offers several types of bank accounts, with different service charges and different benefits. Compare the service packages offered before opening an account. Money can be changed in the banks. POST AND TELEPHONE SERVICE The Post office (Ufficio Postale or Poste) offers various services: sending letters, telegrams, fax, money transfers... Post offices are usually open mornings only from Monday to Saturday, except the Main Post Office (Ufficio Postale centrale) in Piazza XXIV Maggio and other large branches, which remain open until late afternoon. Stamps can also be bought at Tobacconists (easily recognisable by the white T on a blue background sign). Letters can be posted in the red post boxes; usually there are two options, one for the city (Per la città) and the other for all other destinations (Per tulle le altre destinazioni). The national phone network is not run by the Post Office, but by different companies. In some Cafe s and other public places it is possible to use the phone, paying at the end of the call for the units used. However, most public phones (Phone boxes) are operated with magnetic phone cards, which are available at Post Offices, Tobacconists, Newsagents and automatic distributors. International phone cards are also available and in some cases it is possible to use coins. Mobile phones: mobile phones are quite diffused in Italy. If you have a GSM phone it is advisable to bring it with you and just to buy a local SIM card here. Operating costs are reasonable and usually less expensive than having a phone at home (if not living here permanently) or using a phone booth. International telephone calls: To make an international call from Italy, dial: )The code for the country you are calling 2)The area code without the general prefix 0 3)The phone number To make an international call to Italy, dial: 1)The code for Italy +39 2)The area code (for Ancona is 071). 3)The phone number 9. Other information LIBRARIES AND MEDIA CENTRES Community Library, Luciano Benincasa, Via Bernabei no.32, tel fax Primarily history and humanity orientated with an audiovisual media centre. The Marche Deputation of National History, Piazza B.Stracca n. 3, tel History. Marchigiani Academy of Literary Science and Arts, Piazza B.Stracca no.1, tel Diocese Library, Via Birarelli no.18. Religion and History. State Archive Library, Via Maggini no. 80, tel /3. Library of the Board of Archaeology, Piazza del Senato no. 2, tel Chamber of Commerce Library, Piazza xxiv Maggio no. 1, tel Economics and Law. Library and Document Centre ISTAO (Adriano Olivetti Institute for the study of Economic and Corporate Management, Via delle Grazie no. 67, tel Marche Media Centre, Piazza del Plebiscito no.17, tel Films, meetings and debates organised independently and in collaboration with cultural associations and clubs. MUSEUMS AND MONUMENTS Francesco Podesti Municipal Art Gallery, Via Pizzecolli no.17, tel The gallery is situated in the sixteenth

13 9. Other information 9. Other information century Palazzo Bosdari and has works by the Ancona artist Francesco Podesti ( ) as well as artists from the Marches active from the xvi to the xix century. The Gallery of Modern Art is also located here. Open Mon 9-13, Tuesday to Saturday from 8.30 to and on Sunday from to National Archaeological Museum of Marche, Via Ferretti no. 6, tel Located in the sixteenth century Palazzo Ferretti frescoed by Tibaldi ( ) and the Zuccari brothers (xvi century) and comprises archaeological materials and works. Open from Tuesday to Sunday from 8.30 to Diocese Museum of Sacred Art (ex Episcopal), near the Cathedral of St Ciriaco. Thanks to this collection of artefacts the entire history of Ancona and its diocese can be traced. Roman Amphitheatre, in via Pio II- via G.Birarelli. Dating back to the 1st century AD. Excavations are still underway. Duomo di San Ciriaco (Cathedral), in via Guasco. Built on the foundations of a Italic temple. Remains of the Paleocristian period. Chiesa di Santa Maria della Piazza (Church), Piazza Santa Maria. Dating back to xi-xii centuries. Chiesa di Sant Agostino (Church), in Via Cialdini Chiesa di San Domenico (Church), Piazza del Plebiscito. Chiesa di San Francesco delle Scale (Church), in Piazza St Francesco Chiesa del Gesù (Church), Piazza G.Stracca. Teatro Delle Muse (theatre), in Piazza delle Reppublica. Erected between 1822 and Palazzo La Loggia dei Mercanti, in Via Della Loggia. Constructed in A magnificent facade by G.Orsini. Porta Pia (Antique gateway to the city), in Via xxix Settembre. Arco Clementino, Port (L.Rizzo dock) 39 Arco di Traiano (Roman arch), Port (L.Rizzo dock) Mole Vanvitelliana referred to as Lazzaretto (an ancient isolation hospital), in the port (pier G.da Chio). Here there are often organized interesting exhibitions of various types (photography, arts,..) and in summer there are an open-air cinema and a bar. Palazzo del Senato or Palazzo Pilastri in Piazza del Senato. Palazzo degli Anziani, in Piazza G.Stracca. This was the seat of the city magistrate until the end of the eighteenth century. Piazza del Plebiscito referred to as Piazza del Papa. Its origins date back to the end of the fourteenth century, however it was only completed in It is surrounded by buildings on three sides and headed by the Church of St Domenic on the fourth. Fountain of Calamo or fountain of the 13 cannelle (gargantuan), in Corso Mazzini, one of the oldest streets in the city. Although its origins are unclear it s present form dates back to the xvi century. Fountain of the Four Horses, Piazza Roma. Realised in 1758 it once stood on the site of the present Theatre Delle Muse. Forte Altavilla, Napoleonic Fort, Pietralacroce area. Monument to the victims of the First World War, called Passetto, in Piazza iv Novembre THEATRES, CINEMAS AND MUSIC Teatro delle muse (theatre), Piazza delle Muse Opera, music, drama, jazz,... Teatro Sperimentale (theatre), Via Redipuglia no.59. Teatro Pergolesi (theatre) of Jesi, Piazza della Repubblica no.19, Jesi. The Opera Season starts during the first half of October and ends with the beginning of the prosaic season (from the end of November until April). Teatro Alfieri di Montemarciano (theatre), Via Umberto I, Montemarciano. Theatrical season from November to April. G.B.Pergolesi Musical Institute, Via Zappata no.1. Student discounts may be available. Ask at the ticket offices. MUSIC Orchestra Filarmonica M a r c h i g i a n a (Philarmonic Orchestra of the Marche Region), Via Aranci no.2. Ancona Jazz. Ancona jazz festival in November and many other events during all the year.. Many music festivals and concerts take place in Ancona in clubs, the sport hall, the stadium, squares and evocative locations such-as the old lighthouse. It should be easy to find something of interest as most music genres are present. You should pay attention to poster in the streets, newspapers and booklets to get information. CINEMA Cinema Teatro Dorico (Cinema/Theatre), Via delle Grazie n.108, tel Cinema Teatro Galleria (Cinema/Theatre), Via Giannelli, tel Multi-hall Mister Oz cinematography, Via Damiano Chiesa n. 3, tel Cinema Teatro Italia (Cinema/Theatre), Corso C. Alberto no.79, tel Cinema Palarossini, Passo Varano District, tel Cinema Azzurro, via Tagliamento, 39, Tel MultiHall Goldoni, Via Montebello - tel NIGHTLIFE Ancona has pubs and little clubs in the evening as well as concerts, cinema, etc. Sometimes the students organize parties such as the Engineering faculty Carnival Party. During the summer there are some open-air bars and clubs. For further information and recommendations about nightlife, check up the Internet and ask to the students living in Ancona

14 National Holidays useful numbers HOLIDAYS All Sundays 1st January: New Year s day (primo dell anno) 6st January: Epiphany (Epifania) Easter day: Pasqua Easter Monday: Lunedì dell Angelo 25st April: Liberation day (Festa della Liberazione) 1st May: Labour day (Festa dei Lavoratori) 4st May: Patron saint of Ancona (San Ciriaco) 2nd June: Republic day (Festa della Repubblica) 15st August: Summer Day or feast of the Assumption (ferragosto) 1st November: all saint s day (ognisanti) 8st December: feast of the Immacutale Conception (Immacolata Concezione) 25st December: Christmas day (Natale) 26st December: Boxing Day (Santo Stefano) Note: all banks and shops are usually closed on Holidays University Rector s Office International Mobility Office ERSU CUS Consulates France, Corso Mazzini no Mexico, Piazza Cavour no Sweden, Via Cialdini no. 57 Emergency and Public security 112 Carabinieri 113 Immediate Police Intervention Police Headquarters (Questura) 118 Emergency Assistance 115 Fire Brigade Municipal Police Intervention 116 ACI Auto Club Assistance First Aid Red Cross Yellow Cross Doctor on duty at night or on public holidays Ancona Ancona Taxis Piazza Roma Corso Carlo Alberto Piazza Rosselli (railway Station) Torrette Hospital Other information Airport Information Railway Information

15 helpful web pages checklist for international students Università Politecnica delle Marche The city of Ancona To travel Tourism and cities in Italy Transport: Train: City bus: Plane: Boat: Maps: Others: (concerts) (museums,...) Before leaving for Italy Complete the application form found on the web site and send it to International Mobility Office, Piazza Roma, 22, Ancona, Italia. Ask the International Office at your own university to send the Italian International Office a letter or an to confirm that you have been selected to study at UNIVPM as an Erasmus student. Apply for accommodation in the Ersu student houses or in the university flats, and pay the registration fee ASAP. Further information and the application form is available at Book a place in the youth hostel if required. Get the necessary insurances, especially health care. EU citizens: remember to get the Health Card from your local social security office. Check if you need a visa. Bring your passport or Identity Card with you. Check the web site about the Italian language course and contact the CSAL (Centro Supporto Apprendimento Linguistico) for further information you might need to apply. If you have any questions on practical matters, you may contact us at the International Mobility Office After arrival in Ancona and while here Register at the International Mobility Office (c/o Ripartizione Relazioni Esterne), Piazza Roma 22, Ancona. You have to bring 1 passport photos and your ID or passport with you. Execute the contract for accommodation in the student house or in the university flats and pick the key up. Apply for Student Card (Libretto Universitario) at the International Mobility Office (c/o Ripartizione Relazioni Esterne). Contact your professor and course lecturers if necessary. Get a bus pass from the Conerobus office, in Corso Mazzini if you need one. Get an Italian mobile connection. It s cheaper. Be active and participate. There are a lot of happenings organised for international and Italian students... also all ideas for new happenings are welcome! Before leaving Italy Return the key of your flat to the Ersu. Return your Student Card (Libretto Universitario) to the International Mobility Office and confirm the date of your departure. Ask the International Mobility Office for a transcript of your examinations and for a declaration about your study period at UNIVPM

16 NOTES COLLEMARINO TORRETTE DI ANCONA Via Conca Via Tronto POLO 11 MEDICINA NUOVO OSPEDALE REGIONALE Via Esino 12 Via Flaminia 1 RETTORATO - ERASMUS 2 ERSU UFFICI 3 ERSU ALLOGGI 4 FACOLTÀ DI ECONOMIA 5 ALLOGGI E MENSA 6 AZIENDA BUS UFFICIO 7 POSTE E TELECOMUNICAZIONI 8 POLIZIA 9 FACOLTAʼ AGRARIA INGEGNERIA SCIENZE ERSU ALLOGGI 10 OSTELLO DELLA GIOVENTÙ 11 FACOLTÀ DI MEDICINA 12 ERSU ALLOGGI 13 CUS CENTRO SPORTIVO Via Grotte 13 Piazzale Posatora POSATORA Via Flaminia PALOMBELLA Via Posatora INGEGNERIA PINOCCHIO SCIENZE DI ANCONA ERSU ALLOGGI 10 OSTELLO DELLA GIOVENTÙ 11 FACOLTÀ DI MEDICINA 12 ERSU ALLOGGI 13 CUS CENTRO SPORTIVO ZONA IND.LE BARACCOLA Via Ascoli Piceno 1 RETTORATO - ERASMUS 2 ERSU UFFICI 3 ERSU ALLOGGI 4 FACOLTÀ DI ECONOMIA 5 ALLOGGI E MENSA 6 AZIENDA BUS UFFICIO 7 POSTE E TELECOMUNICAZIONI 8 POLIZIA 9 FACOLTAʼ AGRARIA STAZIONE FF SS CRASS Piazza Rosselli PIANO S. LAZZARO Piazza Ugo Bassi TAVERNELLE Via Cristoforo Colombo Via Giordano Bruno POLO MONTE DAGO Via XXIX Settembre Piazza d'armi 9 PORTO DI ANCONA Via delle Grazie Via XXIX Settembre Via Tavernelle GRAZIE Via Loggia 1 2 Corso Garibaldi C.so Stamira Via Bocconi Piazzale della Libertà 6 5 Piazza Cavour CENTRO 8 3 Galleria Risorgimento POLO ECONOMIA Piazzale Martelli 4 EX OSPEDALE CIVILE 7 Via Giannelli

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