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International Partnerships

SITE - The Network of Autonomous Schools of the Lombardy Region

Memorandum of Understanding

Memorandum of Understanding Between The Ohio State University, Department of French and Italian, Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A. and Network of Autonomous Schools of the Lombardy Region, Lombardy, Italy


Ohio State contact information

  • The Ohio State University, Department of French and Italian


International university contact information

             Network of Autonomous Schools of the Lombardy Region


Location of international university

             Lombardy, Italy



             Considering the mutual goal of offering the opportunity for language study and training and an understanding of Italian culture and traditions to native speakers of English who are about to graduate or recent graduates (within the past 18 months) of programs in Italian language and culture, as well as to graduate students (Masters or Ph.D.) in programs of Italian language,

             It is agreed as follows

1.            The Network, with the assistance and advisory services of the Department of Italian of The Ohio State University (USA), organizes each scholastic year a program of study, training and intercultural experience in secondary schools of the Lombard provinces.

2.            The program, which varies from three (3) to eight (8) months is open to students or recent graduates (within the past 18 months) whose native language is English, and to graduate students (Masters or Ph.D.) registered at universities in North America

3.            The program provides at least 25 hours per week of training in the “Network” schools, of which 12 hours are as English language assistants, always in the presence of the Italian teacher of English, and 13 hours of study and self-training, project-related activities, conversations with the students, excursions, office hours and meetings with an assigned tutor


Duration of the agreement

             The present Memorandum of Understanding will be in effect for one year and will be renewed by tacit agreement for subsequent periods of equal duration.


Note: Please see entire agreement for details