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[acc title="Higher Education office" style="style3" ]
Structure: Higher Education
Purpose: In the perspective of lifelong learning, the Higher Education Office ensures the promotion and organisation of postgraduate courses: Master Level I with particular attention to the loyalty of UNINT University bachelor degree graduates for the acquisition of ECTS recognisable in the master’s degree classes; Master Level II, Undergraduate Courses, Teaching Courses (Italian Teachers Traineeship and SEN), Specialisation Courses for Support Activities and Postgraduate Professional Upgrade Courses. The aim is to form professional profiles with specific skills; individuals can hence meet the professional needs of the administrations, businesses and schools’ associations, and can enter the labour market with greater skills.
Activities: to organise meetings and seminars aimed at disseminating information regarding the Higher Education offering; facilitate education paths by the organising selective tests; manage enrolment applications and scholarships; manage agreements with national and international partners; coordinate teachers and support for teaching and learning projects (including e-learning), train tutors and faculty for organising mid-term and final exams; manage tuition fees. The Higher Education Office is responsible for conferring degrees and organising the degree ceremonies. In addition, the Higher Education Office takes part in quality assessment of learners through satisfaction surveys.
Opening hours: Monday - Friday 8:45 - 18:00/ Saturday 9:00 - 13:00
Staff: Paola Federici, Giovanna Arrighi, Maria Giovanna Ferraioli, Francesca Gabrielli, Gianfranco Giuliani
[acc title="Competition and Doctorate Office " style="style3" ]
Structure: Competitions and Doctorates
Purpose of the Competitions Bureau: to ensure the management of teaching staff and support staff development through the preparation of proceedings (calls for proposals, competitive exams); manage the legal and economic aspects of careers and transfers.
Purpose of the Doctorate Office: to manage students' PhD programmes.
Activities of the Competitions Bureau: Legal and Economic Career Management (confirm tenure, career reconstruction), transfer management, performance assessment and related management.
Activities of the Doctorate Office: management of doctoral admission competitions, publication of rankings, management of document access by candidates, enrolment, renewal of enrolment, waivers, withdrawals, suspensions, grants, and increase in financial aid for periods abroad, release forms, admission of doctoral final exams, preparation of paperwork and minutes, doctoral scroll release.
Opening hours: Monday - Friday 9:00 - 15:00/ Saturday 9:00 - 16:45
Staff: Francesca Gabrielli