The Degree Programme promotes an on-going relationship between students, lecturers and the local community. Internships may yield a maximum 9 CFU credits.
Students may choose one of the recommended placements or propose to activate their own internship project. It will be the task of the Degree Board to assess the proposal and its consistency with the Programme, outline the required tasks and activities and appoint an internal tutor to initiate a new agreement.
A compulsory period of internship - in companies, public or private organisations or with professionals whose trade is regulated by a Trade Body - offers the opportunity to acquire the right skillset, to alternate study and work experience, and to facilitate access to the job market.
Direct experience in the field allows practical usage of the knowledge acquired in the curricular activities and aims to complement these by developing planning ability and relational skills.
The Internship Tutor and the Course Coordinator assess any internship proposal and its consistency with the Degree Programme.The tutor of the host organization assesses the activity carried out by the trainee student and the results achieved.
It is the task of the university tutor, appointed by the Degree Board, to assess the overall quality of the student’s work placement experience, taking into account the host structure tutor's report as well as the student's report
Paid courses cannot be considered as internship activities.

Internship Tutor:

Prof.ssa Margherita Sabrina Perra

Validating credits from work

The Degree Programme validates CFU credits for working students, as long as their job is aligned with the educational objectives of the Degree Board.
Employment/work should continue during the period of attendance of the Degree Programme.
In order to obtain the CFU credits (the number may vary, depending on how strongly the outside work relates to the learning objectives), students need to submit an application to the Student Office for validation of extra-university activities. This must feature a certificate on letter-headed paper from the employer (the head of the Organisational Unit in the case of a public sector job), indicating the detailed tasks carried out, the starting and ending date (if applicable) and the average daily hour commitment.

TeTi Project - Thesis and Training

The TeTi project aims to establish a link between the training and internship experience by combining them in a final dissertation project (thesis) that is inspired by and feeds into the internship training experience. In order to achieve this objective, students are invited to choose a supervisor to help them plan their thesis in accordance with the internship experience in progress, thus seizing an opportunity to deepen the knowledge and skills acquired during theDegree Programme.

The TeTi thesis may, at the discretion of the committee, result in a bonus point added to the degree grade. Students should make sure they notified the Student Office and the Course Coordinator at the start of the thesis work.

For further information, please visit the Internship Office webpage at the following link:

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