Located in the heart of the city of Modena in a 17th century building at a stone’s throw from Piazza Grande and the University Faculties.
The Collegio (Students’ Hall of Residence) is the oldest undertaking the Fondazione and was born at the beginning of the 17th century as a Collegium Nobilium.
Today it is reserved to students from the seats of learning of Modena and Reggio Emilia.
In 2001 it became a part of the permanent circuit of the University Halls of Residence legally recognized by the MUR, the Ministry of Universities and Research.
The Collegio provides lodgings in a single room with telephone, a laundry service, an internal self-service restaurant, study rooms, a computer laboratory and leisure areas. Each student contributes to the costs sustained by the Fondazione with an annual fee covering approximately half the costs borne by the Institute. The Collegio has provided, for the 2016/2017 academic year, for the reservation of 5 places for students of non-Italian nationality benefiting from international mobility scholarships for the period from 19/09/2016 to 31/01/2017.
The monthly fee will be of € 750,00 and will include
Lodging in a single bedroom (€470,00)
Upon admission, the student has the right to lodging in a single room, including a telephone with a personalized number for incoming calls.
Restaurant service (€215,00)
The internal restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner every day, excluding public holidays and vacation periods, with a wide range of dishes.
Laundry service (€65,00)
The laundry service provides for the weekly change of the linen used in the room, as well as the laundering and ironing of the student’s personal linen.
Study rooms and recreation areas
Students may utilize the study rooms, the computer and printing room and the interior recreation areas reserved exclusively for them and consisting of: two TV rooms, each with video recorder, a room with gymnastic equipment and other spaces for conversation and socializing.
Students lodging in the Collegio also enjoy privileged access to the Library services of the Fondazione, specializing in human and social sciences, provided with opac (on-line public access catalogues), a magazine room with national and international periodicals, Internet positions.
Requirements for students applying for selection
Students possessing the following requisites may apply:
* students who do not have Italian citizenship;
* students awarded an international mobility scholarship by a Government or Community University or Institute;
* students not suffering from any illness incompatible with community life;
* students free of penal sentences or procedures.
Application for admission must be sent to the Director of the Collegio using the appropriate form, available on request or through the Internet.
Selection of students will take place in the rooms of the Fondazione Collegio San Carlo (Via San Carlo 5, Modena) by appointment and will consist of an interview aimed at assessing the student’s cultural background and personal maturity.
Office of the Collegio