CORDA Project (Cooperation for Orientation and Reduction of Access Difficulties)
prof. Paola Modesti - firstname.lastname@example.org
The CORDA project is a pre-university initiative in cooperation between high schools and universities, aimed at the orientation and reduction of scholastic deficiencies of male and female high school students.
These are preparatory courses in the subjects of mathematics, computer science and English, taught by teachers from the participating secondary schools, under the supervision of the University as regards the programme, the minimum number of hours (set at 40), the maximum number of students per class (usually 25), teacher training and the final examination.
The project activity takes place during the last year of higher education, outside normal class time, and ends in February. Attending students take a final examination which takes place at the University (except at the most distant locations). Depending on the degree course, passing this test may lead to benefits and rewards for the student.
In addition, the ten students with the highest marks will receive the first instalment of university fees, in the event of enrolment in Parma.
All information concerning the rope project can be found at http://smfi.unipr.it/it/corda