Course Council

The tasks of the Course Council are governed by the University Teaching Regulations.
The Council consists of the course lecturers and researchers and a student representative.
Student representatives: 

Quality Assurance Manager (QAM)

Prof. Luca Cattani

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

> Form for sending reports, complaints, suggestions, appreciations to the QAM


Teaching quality manager (TQM) for the study course

Ilaria Magnati

The Manager ensures the organization and functionality of the study course teaching, manages and updates the content of the study course website.

Review Group (RG)

The RG:

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

Delegate for guidance and tutoring

Prof. Andrea Volpi

Guidance and tutoring activities support students in their choice of university pathway and throughout their studies.

International Student Mobility Commission

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

Delegate for career guidance

Prof. Paolo Casoli 

The Delegate organises and promotes initiatives aimed at facilitating the entry of undergraduate and graduate students into the world of work.

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

Giovanna Sozzi

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

Steering Committee

The Steering Committee, which is composed of a representation of pharmaceutical course lecturers and representatives from the world of work, ensures constant liaison with the world of business and the world of work, in order to assess the progress of the Study Courses, to draw up proposals for the definition and design of the course catalogue and learning objectives, and to promote contacts for possible student training placements in companies and institutions.
Composition of the Steering Committee

Joint Committee of Teachers and Students - CPDS

Each department establishes a Joint Committee of Teachers and Students (CPDS) consisting of one lecturer and one student from each course of study pertaining to the department.

The CPDS is a permanent observatory on teaching activities.