International Opportunities

International opportunities for Italian and foreign students

Front desk:
Via Mazzini, 11
10123 – Turin

Tel.: +39 011.888.470 / 011.817.84.58
Fax: +39 011.885.165

Erasmus contact: Paolo Tarallo
international@conservatoriotorino.eu

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European Region Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students

Dal 2014 è stato attivato ERASMUS+, il nuovo programma dell’Unione Europea per l’istruzione, la formazione, la gioventù e lo sport. Questa opportunità sostituisce il vecchio programma LLP grazie ad una semplificazione delle regole, tra cui l’accorpamento di sette programmi differenti.
Il programma ERASMUS+ prevede la possibilità per studenti e docenti del segmento superiore di studi (triennio/biennio) di effettuare una parte riconosciuta del proprio ciclo di studi (da 3 a 12 mesi) presso un’analoga Istituzione universitaria o accademica di un altro Stato membro dell’Unione Europea o di uno Stato non membro ma incluso nel Programma (non EU Programme Countries: Islanda, Liechtestein, Norvegia, Turchia, Ex Repubblica Yugoslava di Macedonia).

Essendo scaduto il Programma LLP, si procederà progressivamente all’aggiornamento delle istituzioni partner.

ISTITUZIONI PARTNER

BELGIO:
Bruxelles – Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles
Bruxelles – Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel – School of Arts
Gent – Hogeschool Gent
ESTONIA:
Tallin – Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre
FRANCIA:
Lyon – Conservatoire National Supérieur Musique et Danse de Lyon
GERMANIA:
Essen – Folkwang Universität der Künste
Freiburg – Hochschule für Musik Freiburg
Hamburg – Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg
Lübeck – Musikhochschule Lübeck
LETTONIA:
Riga – Jāzeps Vītols Latvian Academy of Music
LITUANIA:
Vilnius – Lietuvos Muzikos ir Teatro Akademija
POLONIA:
Gdańsk – Akademia Muzyczna im. Stanisława Moniuszki w Gdańsku
Warszawa – Uniwersytet Muzyczny Fryderyka Chopina Warszawa
PORTOGALLO:
Port – Instituto Politecnico do Porto
REGNO UNITO:
Birmingham – Birmingham Conservatoire
Huddersfield – The University Of Huddersfield Hec
ROMANIA:
Bucharest – Universitatea Nationala de Muzica din Bucaresti
SPAGNA:
Granada – Real Conservatorio Superior de Música “Victoria Eugenia” Granada
Palma de Mallorca – Conservatori Superior de Música de les Illes Balears
Gran Canaria e Tenerife – Conservatorio Superior de Música de Canarias
Sevilla – Conservatorio Superior de Música “Manuel Castillo” Sevilla
TURCHIA:
Bursa – Uludağ Üniversitesi
Istanbul – Istanbul Teknik Universitesi

Allegati:

Bando 2017/2018
Student Application Form
Learning Agreement for Teaching
Learning Agreement for Studies

Erasmus Policy Statement (EPS)

The Conservatorio (College of Music) of Turin (Italy) is keeping up the effort of internationalization started in 2007 through:
• the implementation of a close partnership network both with local institutions such as Dams (Art and Music Department) of the University of Turin, the Stefano Tempia Music Academy of Turin, the Reggia di Venaria, national institutions such as the Vatican Museum in Rome and international institutions such as the Juillard School in New York City, the University of Georgia (USA). In these last years the strategy of the Conservatorio has focused towards the main Far East countries signing MoUs with the Sunshin Women’s University of Seoul (South Korea) and Shenzhen University (China)
• more workshops held by the best national and international artists
• accomodation facilities for students with “E.Di.SU Piemonte” (a regional body for the implentation of students’ rights)
• a reference tutor
• a policy for equal opportunities and it wants to strengthen
• secretarial services and communication with students through a process of computerization and the development of its website
• information and advertising in order to increase the Erasmus in-and-out flows and other activities aiming at encouraging the good practice of international exchanges
• administrative management and support
• teaching flexibility
The project takes into account both the prospect of continuity with the achievements reached so far and a newer and richer offer for students. The offer of a high standard of teaching and the parallel professional preparation of its students have always been and will be even more the goals of the Institute. Only a big and continuous effort for high standards – seeking the best available resources – will enable the Institute itself to involve the labour market successfully. Only through the internationalization of education, experience and training courses can the Institute achieve its aims for high artistic levels. Though the Conservatorio is a state institution it has been active for years in obtaining funds through a network of agreements with both local and national bodies, companies and banks. Indeed the high standards of the Conservatorio – acknowledged both nationally and internationally – have made these agreements successful, paving the way for a further increase in the next future.
The precious experience of the last three years has been very important in achieving its five priorities. This experience has been gained through the project “Working with Music” conceived with the aim of offering opportunities for professional placement to the best graduates through the Leonardo da Vinci grant.
Our present strategy focuses on general priority targets on which the Erasmus project works giving an essential boost through its constant challenge and co-operation with international institutions.

Target 1 – a wider and richer teaching offer through:
• full enhancement of teaching skills of the staff;
• recruitment of external teachers for new disciplines and specialization courses;
• opening of specific courses for students from other schools;
• setting up a functional network linking the main national and international musical institutions;
• encouragement and increase of both students’ and teachers’ inter-university international mobility (Erasmus programme);
• setting up, where possible, cross-disciplinary courses also through the exchange/integration with other equivalent institutions (joint degrees);
• a computer literacy campaign to supply the students with a ECDL (Computer Licence) recognized all over Europe;
• development of foreign language courses also in co-operation with the local University;
• opening of special courses designed for adults;

Target 2 – to foster the diffusion of higher education musical studies:
• promoting education and basic music teaching through a joint effort with all local musical institutions;
• preparatory classes to facilitate access to Higher Education courses;
• promoting the establishment of music-oriented secondary and high schools;
• becoming a landmark through permanent teaching research, integrated with the above-mentioned institutions, in order to observe and evaluate experience at all levels of education, compare and update teaching methodologies for music and instrument teaching;
• promoting inter-institutional agreements;
• offering training and updating courses for teachers;
• creating “level” exams to assess and certify the proficiency and skills required for the admission to the tree-year courses;
• starting preparatory/additional courses to qualify for admission to Higher Education courses;
• organizing activities for schools (concerts, lessons, guided tours, seminars);
• promoting activities aimed at encouraging creativity and competition.

Target 3 – Internationalization:
• increase of Erasmus mobility;
• extension of partnerships;
• promotion of multilateralprojects in collaboration with the Academies of national and international institutions;
interaction with production bodies (students’ placement).

Foreign Students Study Programs

The Conservatorio
The Conservatorio Statale “Giuseppe Verdi” di Torino (The Conservatorio of Turin) is a public institution of higher education that serves Torino and the Piemonte provinces in northwest Italy. The Conservatory specializes in the research and training in the music arts and offers public productions featuring its student and faculty.

The Conservatorio and its Mission
(a) Offer specialized musical training at the highest professional performance levels.
(b) Increase and distribute musical instruction at all educational levels through the training and reeducation of modern pedagogues.
(c) Present and initiate collaborative projects with local and regional institutions
(d) Expand musical knowledge and culture through activities of artistic creation, musical productions, musicological research and exploring music’s historic and artistic heritage.
(e) Maximize student participation in public performances throughout the region.

A Brief History of the Conservatorio
In 1866 the “Musical Institute of the City of Turin” was establish and later became the Royal Conservatory of Music “Giuseppe Verdi” in Turin”.  In 1936 it became the Conservatorio Statale di Musica “Giuseppe Verdi” di Torino and was elevated by the state to issue musical diplomas. Today, the Conservatorio has over 700 students and more than 130 professors offering predominantly individual lessons in addition to instruction in a wide range of performance-based musical groups.  During the year the Conservatorio offers many free concerts featuring their students and has an active program with national and international performers.  Final performance exams are accessible to the public.

Progetto Turandot a.a. 2017/2018

ll Conservatorio “Giuseppe Verdi” di Torino, nell’ambito del programma di cooperazione internazionale “Turandot”, al fine di migliorare l’efficacia del progetto stesso indirizzandovi aspiranti che siano effettivamente in possesso di competenze tecniche, musicali e linguistiche adeguate per l’accesso ai Corsi Accademici di I livello, supporterà l’agenzia Beijing Qi Pu China-Italy Culture & Exchange Co.Ltd (SIOL) nelle operazioni di preselezione dall’agenzia stessa, in Cina, nel prossimo mese di luglio.

Il Conservatorio “G. Verdi” di Torino potrà riservare fino a 25 posti destinati agli aspiranti studenti cinesi per l’anno accademico 2017-2018.

Il Prof. Paolo Tarallo, docente del Conservatorio di Torino, illustrerà le modalità di selezione e le competenze richieste per essere ammessi, quali studenti effettivi del Conservatorio di Torino. Inoltre assisterà alla preselezione prevista,  raccogliendo la registrazione audio-video delle prove degli aspiranti; i DVD risultanti saranno vagliati, in Italia, da una commissione di docenti del settore musicale specifico.

La commissione attraverso il SIOL darà opportune comunicazioni agli aspiranti pre-selezionati i quali dovranno venire in Italia, a Torino, entro il mese di Novembre 2016 per poter frequentare i previsti corsi di Italiano della durata di 1000 ore, presso l’Università di Torino, per il raggiungimento del livello di conoscenza linguistica B1. Successivamente gli aspiranti che desiderano iscriversi ai corsi nell’anno accademico 2017/18 presso il Conservatorio “Giuseppe Verdi” di Torino dovranno quindi seguire i corsi di preparazione all’esame di ammissione organizzati presso il Conservatorio stesso a partire dal mese di Gennaio 2017 e consistenti in 27 ore di lezione individuali di strumento, oltre a 60 ore di lezioni collettive di Cultura Musicale Generale.

Si sottolinea che gli studenti pre-selezionati in Cina e iscritti ai corsi di lingua italiana presso il Conservatorio di Torino, dovranno comunque sostenere l’esame di ammissione previsto nel mese di settembre/ottobre 2017, presentando il programma previsto dall’Istituto (qui sotto allegato per quanto riguarda Pianoforte e Canto) attraverso la cui esecuzione il candidato dovrà dare conferma della preparazione riscontrata nelle fasi di pre-selezione. Il candidato, in sede di esame di ammissione, dovrà dar prova di essere in grado di comunicare con la commissione in lingua italiana e di conoscere la terminologia musicale.

Per i maggiori informazioni e chiarimenti si prega di contattare

Beijing Qi Pu China-Italy Culture & Exchange Co.Ltd (SIOL)
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