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Degree programme tutor

The Degree Programme Tutor is a useful reference point to help students in their relations with lecturers and, more in general, to organise their study activities.


The tutor plays an interface role between students and the degree programme and is a valuable source of information, for example, to learn about the methods to access the programme and carry out its activities. 
Students can contact the tutor also to flag requests concerning logistics or organisation.

Additionally, the tutor offers personalised support to students who struggle, whether for work or other personal reasons, to keep up with the programme and exam schedules.

My name is Arianna Bassi, and I am from Ravenna, Italy.

I am a first-year student at I-CONTACT, and I was recently selected as new tutor of the course.

I’ve always loved travelling and being surrounded by an international and multi-ethnic community, so I started early to be engaged in international exchanges: during High School I spent one year as an exchange student in the USA [Ellicott City, Maryland]; then I continued my studies completing my bachelor’s degree in Philosophy, International Studies and Economics [PISE] at Ca’ Foscari University in Venice, during my time there I was also able to take part in an Erasmus+ programme and I spent six months in Budapest, Hungary.

Now I’m back in my hometown to stay closer to my family and I’m enrolled in the International Cooperation on Human Rights and Intercultural heritage [I-CONTACT] master’s degree.

You can contact me if you have any questions or doubts about:

  • I-CONTACT: what is the course structure, how to complete the study plan, what is the grade system in Italy, any issues with the time table for the courses and for the exams, what are the requirements for graduation.
  • INTERNSHIP & EXCHANGES: What are the opportunities that we have in I-CONTACT for international exchanges and internships- how to apply, how to insert them in the study plan and where, what are the language requirements and how to fulfil them, etc.
  • GENERAL INFO: how to contact Er.go for the scholarship and how does it work, when are the university fees published and what are the deadlines, how does the Student Online Platform work and how can you sign up for exams [AlmaEsami].
  • Any other issue you might have upon your arrival in Ravenna: if you can’t find the information on the website or if you have trouble deciding which administration office you need to contact… feel free to write me, I’m sure we’ll be able to find a solution together.