Frequently Asked Questions
Who can come to SNMCI on Erasmus+?
Any student enrolled on a teacher-training course or staff member interested in Montessori or Early Years education can come to SNMCI on Erasmus+ mobility. However, your institution must have an inter-institutional agreement with SNMCI.
What can I study?
Students have the option of choosing one of two tracks: Montessori Education or Psychology, depending on their course of study at their home institution.
Please see our Level 7 B.Ed Montessori Education and Level 8 BA Hons Psychology course pages for specific information on modules.
What is the Process of selection?
If you are interested in Erasmus+ at SNMCI, please contact the International Officer for the application and course choices at SNMCI.
Applications are reviewed and guidance is given toward choosing the best course for you. Once accepted, learning agreements will be signed and sent. After these documents are completed, you will be registered with SNMCI and receive both a SNMCI email and Moodle account for all things academic.
Upon your arrival there will be a brief induction morning with the International Officer to welcome you to SNMCI.
How long can I study at SNMCI?
Students can study with SNMCI in either the first, second or both semesters.
Are there any requirements to know of before I apply?
Visiting Erasmus students must hold a proficient levels of English (B2 equivalent).
Is there any accommodation on campus?
We are a small college and do not have student accommodation, but we have an accommodation list on file and would be happy to advise you about your options.
How can I apply?
If you are interested on going on an Erasmus+ mobility, please email the international officer, Mackenzie Young at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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