As an Erasmus+ exchange student, you will not pay tuition fees to your host university, and will only be liable for your normal St Andrews tuition fees.
Most students are eligible for an Erasmus+ Mobility grant – provided by the European Commission and paid through the University of St Andrews – which contributes towards the extra costs arising from studying or working abroad for credit. Erasmus+ grants are externally funded, and therefore the University of St Andrews cannot guarantee funding will be available in any given year.
Research Council students should make sure that they have their funding body’s permission to study abroad, notifying them particularly for any grants that they may be receiving from Erasmus+.
Ca' Foscari University has information on visas, health care, and daily costs of living in Venice.