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Guidance services

Guidance services and activities to help you choose a degree programme and at each stage of your studies.


Guidance for those who want to enrol

Contact Tutorial services for help in selecting a degree programme and preparing for entrance exams. Obtain information about expected learning outcomes, learning activities and career opportunities and clarify any doubts you may have.

Contact details:
Giulia Cavalli
DHDK Tutor

Guidance activities 

The degree programme takes part in the guidance events promoted by the University and organises specific activities to present the characteristics of the curriculum and enable enrolled students to start their studies with all the information they need.

  • AlmaOrienta: held in early March at Fiera di Bologna;
  • Open week: organised by the School during September.
  • ·Meeting with first-year students: at the start of the lessons, meetings are held to talk about how the course units are organised and the related learning activities.
  • Open Day: during the February-May period, the degree programme organises a series of meetings that provide detailed information about admission procedures and the learning activities offered.
  • Introduction of DHDK: at the start of the lessons, a cycle of lessons are organised to presents the activities and the fundamental knowledge of the programme.


Guidance for enrolled students

Meeting with stakeholders: During the spring, a meeting with stakeholders involved in “computing and humanities” practices will be organised to guide the students in the choice of their internships and career.

Alma Mater provides students with various tools to maximise their University experience and obtain information and guidance during their studies.

In addition to tutorial services, guidance and internships, the University also organises events and activities that will benefit your studies.

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Guidance for final-year students and graduates

The University of Bologna offers support to those who intend to continue their studies or enter into the world of work.

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