Student tutors

The university offers its students a tutoring service, aimed at guiding and assisting them throughout their studies.
Tutoring is carried out by Course teaching staff and students identified through an annual call for applications, which is published in the Announcements and Competitions section of the Department website.

Student tutor

A student tutor is an experienced student enrolled in a Second-cycle degree programme of the Department or a PhD student/specialist who puts his or her practical experience at the service of those in need.

In particular, they are responsible for:

  • welcoming new students
  • assisting in the compilation of programmes of study
  • advising on courses on offer (curricula, prerequisites, examinations)
  • helping in the organisation of study and examinations and supplementary didactic activities,
  • helping to find information on international mobility and curricular internships,
  • relations with the administrative services.

More information on the tutors of the Department of Economics and Management and their timetable of attendance can be found at

University tutor

The student can turn to the teaching staff member for suggestions and explanations on courses, study and research methodology, and to overcome any obstacles that may arise in the course of study.
Contact the tutor: