Counselling, Bologna Campus

The Counselling service guides and assists students throughout their university career, helping them participate actively in the learning process.

Counselling service on the Bologna campus

The School Vice-Chairmanship is actively engaged in various counselling operations designed for high-school pupils, Campus students and neo-graduates.

To guide high-school pupils through the tricky choice of a university career, the School Vice-Chairmanship puts on a range of guidance events (for more detail, check out the Almaorienta website). On these occasions pupils and teachers are given material about the School’s programme catalogue; they may sit in on university teachers’ presentations and speak to teaching and administrative staff, clearing up points of doubt, finding out about the peculiarities of degree programmes and how they differ, and learning about the training offered and the job prospects.

A tutoring service has been introduced to guide those enrolled at the School through their learning curriculum. Tutors provide active student support, helping and counselling throughout the experience of university. Tutors draw on their own direct experience as student users of services, and are backed up by the Teaching Office.

The Teaching Office is there to inform high-school pupils, new students and those already enrolled about the study Reform, the training activities connected with degree programmes, the Study Plan, and getting credits validated following course switches, transfers, and exercise of options.


Meetings to guide future enrollers on three-year degree programmes

Generally in the months of May/July the Bologna Campus puts on group guidance sessions for high-school pupils interested in the three-year Degree Programmes “Foreign languages and literatures” and “Languages, Markets and Cultures of Asia”.

As soon as dates are fixed for meetings, they will be posted on the Degree Programme websites: