Student tutors

The University offers its students a tutoring service, aimed at guiding and assisting students throughout their Degree Course.
Tutoring is carried out by all degree course professors and by students identified through an annual call for applications (Young People's Support Fund Announcement).
Peer tutoring (for students with disabilities or SpLD)

Student tutor

The student tutor is an experienced student or doctoral or postgraduate student who puts his or her practical experience at the service of those in need.
In particular, he/she is responsible for:
-welcoming freshers
-Advice on compiling programme of study
-Advice on course catalogue (curriculum, propaedeuticity, examinations)
-Help in organising study and examinations
-Support in finding information on international mobility and curricular internships
-Relations with administrative services
Contacting the student tutor
Chiara De Matteis

Contact person for students with disabilities, Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD) or vulnerable groups

Prof Paola Goffrini

The course contact person for vulnerable groups works in close cooperation with University Welcome and Inclusion Centre on the reception, care, social integration and rights of people with disabilities, Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD) and Special Educational Needs (SEN).