- Level 1 Tutors
Who are Level 1 Tutors?
Students enrolled in second cycle degree programs of the Department of Economics and Management, appointed by the Department Council.
What do Level 1 Tutors do?
They guide and support students of the L-18 degree courses - former 270/04 (and previous) of the Department of Economics and Management, throughout their studies. In particular:
• a listening service for students who need support with managing their studies or any other problems they may have, with a view to facilitating the learning process;
• reception of Erasmus and foreign students;
• social network communications to disseminate information and news about university life;
• support department events including entrance tests, open days, placement days, conferences, etc..
- Level 2 Tutors
Who Are Level 2 Tutors?
They are second cycle graduates/PhD students of the Department of Economics and Business, appointed by the Department Council.
They provide support through supplementary, introductory and catching-up activities providing academic support for degree courses and the second cycle degree program in the department of economics and management.
The tutors act as "filters" between students and academic staff, and can also support students with learning difficulties in certain subjects and / or with organizational problems.
What do level ii tutors do?
• "basic" assistance for students with learning problems in certain subjects;
• organizational assistance / learning strategies for exams taken in English
• support / assistance for Erasmus students;
• orientation on university / department open days and info days
Where do I find them? How do I contact them?
All the students of the Department of Economics and Management having an International Mobility, both incoming and outgoing, who need support or information, can refer to the International Tutors.
The International Tutors of the Department of Economics and Management for the 2022/2023 Academic Year are:
- Flavio Morabito, email@example.com
- Sofia D'Amico, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Elena Pierini, email@example.com
They can be contacted by email to schedule an appointment or, if preferred, they can be met in person at the Tutor's Office of the Department (Ufficio Tutor) according to the following calendar:
From February 27th to March 10th and from July 10th to July 21st :
- Monday 10.00 am - 12.00 am
- Wednesday 1.00 pm - 3.00 pm
- Thursday 10.00 am - 12.00 am
From March 13th to July 7th :
- Monday 9.00 am - 12.00 am
- Wednesday 1.00 pm - 4.00 pm
- Thursday 9.00 am - 12.00 am
All in-person activities are suspended from July 23rd to August 31st .
- Who are the international tutors?
They are students enrolled in the Master's Degree Programs of the Department of Economics and Management, selected (following an official announcement) and nominated by an ad hoc commission based on the evaluation of the qualifications held at the time of their application.
- What do international tutors do?
The international tutors are a new figure of tutor whose aim is to assist all students of the Bachelor's, Master's and PhD programs on international mobility, both incoming and outgoing. In particular it is their task:
■ provide all the necessary information to students and PhD students interested in participating in any of the international mobility projects of the Department of Economics and Management, both in the Erasmus+ framework, as well as in the Overworld or Double-Degree projects;
■ assist the outgoing student in all phases of the international mobility process, from the initial one with the filling of all the documents necessary for the departure to the final one, scheduled at the time of the return;
■ assist the incoming student, ensuring an adequate information service about the opportunities available within our University, as well as intermediary with the Offices and the Department about the filling and delivery of the required documents together with an orientation service that guarantees the full integration of the foreign student within our academic network.
■ gathering data and information related to international mobility projects that have involved the students of the Department of Economics and Management in recent years, in order to offer an adequate information system of foreign universities involved in the internationalization process accompanied by a collection and statistical analysis for the purposes of research, cataloging and analysis, which can be consulted by our students.