The section on Italy of the Higher Education Accessibility Guide (HEAG) has a searchable database of universities and links for students with disabilities. HEAG is hosted by the European Agency for Development in Special Needs Education.
PLOTEUS, "the Portal on Learning Opportunities throughout the European Space, will help you find out about education and training available throughout Europe." PLOTEUS includes an exchange & grants search and a searchable database of courses and schools.
ERASMUS, an "EU funded programme which contains a wide range of measures designed to support the European activities of higher education institutions, including mobility and exchange of their students and teaching staff."
No visa, but a passport or another valid ID is required for EU residents and the can stay in Italy without time limit. American, Canadian, Australian and New Zealand citizens also need only a passport – no visa – but stays are limited to three months. More information about italian visa regulations can be found here.
HandyLex is a service of the Italian Muscular Dystrophy Association. A lot of information on Italian legislation and practice in the field of disability can be found here.
Centro Documentazione Handicap (CDH) was established in 1980 by a group of able-bodied and disabled people aiming at political and cultural activities, beyond the mere sanitary, educational and care-providing perspectives to which disability is too often linked.
Superabile.it is a website with a lot of useful disability information and documentation on the world of disabled people in Italy. (in italian)
Good information about learning italian in Italy is found here
This entry changed: Wednesday 28th March 2018.