Advising and guidance

The term guidance refers to all activities aimed at enabling the future student or present student to plan and manage their learning in a manner consistent with personal life goals and making full use of individual skills and interests in order to achieve personal fulfilment.
Depending on the point in the university course at which these activities are implemented, a distinction is made between:
Advising: carried out before the choice of the degree course, it is aimed at future students and offers support in identifying the course to be undertaken based on individual interests, expectations and aptitudes. In this phase, the various possible scenarios are presented to the future student and the alternatives of the university curriculum are illustrated;
guidance carried out during the university career, this is aimed at enrolled students and is designed to guide them within the degree courses already undertaken, enabling them to establish a better interaction with the structures and the university context;
career guidance: carried out close to or after graduation, it is aimed at graduates or graduating students and is designed to facilitate their introduction into the working environment.