Student tutors

The University offers its students a tutoring service, aimed at guiding and assisting them throughout their course.
Tutoring is carried out by all members of the teaching staff and students identified through an annual call for applications.

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, it is responsible for welcoming new students
assistance in the compilation of programmes of study
advice on the course catalogue (curriculum, prerequisites, examinations)
help in organising study and examinations
supplementary activities
support in finding information on international mobility and curricular internships
relations with the administrative services
The Degree Course in Political science and International Relations offers two kinds of tutoring activity: General tutoring and tutoring for supplementary educational, preparatory and remedial activities.

1) General tutoring

 This service offers students information and advice on study methods, how to prepare for and tackle examinations, programme of studying, and answers to specific questions relating to individual examination programmes.

Office hours and tutor contacts

tutor CiceroTutor: Alessia Cicero

Office hours (from January 2024)

    Mondays and Wednesdays from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. via Teams, by arranged appointment.


tutor Di MartinoTutor: Sofia Di Martino


Office hours

  • Wednesday 5:30-7:30 p.m.
  • Friday 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

online via teams or in person at the tutor room in the main office.

N.B. It is advisable to arrange an appointment in advance via institutional email

2) Tutoring for supplementary educational, preparatory and remedial activities.

This service offers help to students who have difficulties preparing for and passing examinations in specific subjects.
Through the support provided by tutors, students will be able to correct their study method, better clarify certain parts of the examination syllabus and improve their presentation skills.

Subject Tutor: area IUS/13 (International Law)

CasilloTutor: Alessandra Casillo

Office hours

  • Mondays from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
    Wednesday from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.


N.B. It is advisable to email the tutor in advance to arrange an appointment, specifying the Degree Course in which you are enrolled.

Subject Tutor: area IUS/14 (European Union Law)

BianchiIUS/ 14 subjects

Tutor: Valentina Bianchi

Office hours:

  •  Wednesday from 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. (in-person)
  •  Thursday from 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. (in-person)
  •  Friday from 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. ( by remote - teams)


N.B. It is advisable to email the tutor in advance to arrange an appointment, specifying the Degree Course in which you are enrolled.

Subject Tutor: area M-STO/04 - SPS/06

Tutor Chiara Bertoni


Office hours

  • Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. (on Teams)

The tutor is available to receive in-person at times and days other than those indicated. In order to better arrange the activity, reservation of the meeting via email is required.


Internationalisation tutor

Internationalisation tutors support the internationalisation programmes and projects at the Department. These activities include the dissemination of internationalisation opportunities to students enrolled on the various degree courses and support for students already studying abroad during the academic year.
Tutors' names and office hours

ER.GO Scholarship Tutor

ER.GO provides a Tutoring Service, in each Department, reserved for three-year and single-cycle freshmen students, beneficiaries of scholarships.

This is a support service for overcoming any difficulties in organizing study and in participating in university life.

You can contact your reference tutor, requesting an individual interview, also online, in order to be helped to orient yourself and get targeted information within your degree program.

tutor: Marianna Sana


office hours:

Tuesday from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

The tutor is available to arrange a different day and to receive on Teams by email appointment.

University tutors

Students can consult individual members of the teaching staff for suggestions and explanations on courses, study and research methodology, and to overcome any obstacles that may arise during their degree course.
See List of degree course Professors.
For clarifications regarding the degree course, with particular reference to aspects concerning teaching, students may contact, above all: