Course organisation

This page shows the organisation of ADA degree course.

Course President

Prof. Veronica Tibiletti | Tel: 0521.902445

E-mail: veronica.tibiletti@unipr.it 

The President convenes and chairs the Course council and supervises its activities.

Course council

The tasks of the Course council are governed by the University's Teaching Regulations.
The Council consists of the Faculty members and researchers on the course and a representative of the students.

Student representatives: 

(currently there are no elected students)

Course Quality Assurance Manager (RAQ)

Prof. Fornaciari Luca

Quality Assurance Manager (RAQ):

  • collaborates with the President of the study course and the Director of the Department in planning improvement actions and controls their implementation;
  • monitors the correct performance of teaching activities and support services;
  • informs the President of the study course of any problem concerning the correct performance of teaching activities, also on the basis of students' reports.
     

Education Manager (MQD)

Levati Maria Giovanna

The Manager ensures the organisation and functionality of the didactics of the study course, manages and updates the contents of the study course website.
 

Review Group (RG)

  • Prof. Tibiletti Veronica (Course President)
  • Prof. Fornaciari Luca (RAQ)
  • Prof. Milioli Maria Adele (Deputy President)
  • Prof. Pier Danilo Beltrami (Professor in the degree course)
  • Mrs Levati Maria Giovanna (MQD)
  • Doct. Annalisa Zeni (Student representative)

The RG: has the task of guiding the course towards the objective of continuous improvement of the results manages the self-assessment process by periodically monitoring the course data, detecting strengths and weaknesses and proposing corrective and improvement actions.

Guidance delegate and tutoring

Prof. Silvia Bellini (Guidance)

Prof. Maria Grazia Cardinali (Tutoring)

The guidance and tutoring activities support students in their choice of university and throughout their studies.

International Student Mobility Committee

The Committee manages student mobility (incoming and outgoing) in relation to all international exchange programmes (Erasmus Plus, Overworld etc.).

President of the Committee: Prof. Maria Cecilia Mancini

Referents:

Double degree: Prof. Fabio Landini

Erasmus: Prof. Donata Tania Vergura

Overworld: Prof. Andrea Cilloni

Career Guidance Delegate

Prof. Chiara Panari

The career guidance delegate organises and promotes initiatives aimed at helping graduating students and graduates enter the world of work.
 

Students with disabilities, Specific Learning Difficulties (DSA) or vulnerable groups

Prof.ssa Nadia Monacelli

The course contact person for the vulnerable groups works in close collaboration with CAI (University Welcome and Inclusion Centre) on the reception, assistance, social integration and rights of people with disabilities, Specific Learning Difficulties (DSA) and Special Educational Needs (BES).

Steering Committee

A group of managers and experts from leading Italian industrial and commercial companies, auditing firms and chartered accountants ensure that the content of the degree course is always in line with the demands of the world of work. 
Composition of the Steering Committee The ADA Steering Committee is composed of representatives from

►BARILLA GROUP - Group Planning & Managerial Process Consolidation and Financial Statements Director

►CHIESI GROUP - Group Controlling & Consolidation Manager

►DELOITTE ITALIA - Partner

►MUTTI - Group CFO

►ORDINE DEI DOTTORI COMMERCIALISTI ED ESPERTI CONTABILI DI PARMA - Director

►PARMALAT ITALIA - Head of Planning and Control Parmalat Italia

►PWC ITALY - Partner

►COMUNE DI PARMA - General Manager

and Faculty members:

►Prof. Mario Menegatti - Director of the Department

►Prof.ssa Veronica Tibiletti - President of the Degree Course

►Prof.ssa Federica Balluchi - Professor of the Degree Course.

The Committee meets to:

(i) perform a comparison and advisory function, helping the teaching staff to design training activities and educational paths that take into account the training of the skills required by the labour market;

(ii) foster the link between universities and companies in order to better understand the expectations of young people and facilitate their entry into the world of work;

(iii) stimulate the development of collaborations concerning internship activities, guidance and support for graduates for their entry into the world of work.