Internship

Tirocinio – esperienze professionali e di cantiere

Al terzo anno lo studente deve svolgere un tirocinio curriculare, ovvero un’esperienza finalizzata al completamento della formazione universitaria. Gli ambiti del tirocinio possono essere studi professionali o imprese di costruzioni, ma anche uffici tecnici di enti pubblici.

La durata del tirocinio è pari a 51 CFU, ossia 1020 ore di attività, come previsto nel piano didattico del corso di studio L-P01.

L’Università mette a disposizione gli strumenti operativi per l’avvio e la gestione degli “stage”, offrendo un valore aggiunto alla formazione dei propri studenti e un’assistenza agli operatori addetti agli stage stessi. Gli stage sono svolti sulla base di apposite convenzioni, predisposte dall’Università, che disciplinano i rapporti tra gli enti. Per ogni singolo stagista viene, inoltre, redatto un progetto formativo e di orientamento, nel quale si definiscono gli obiettivi e le modalità dello stage.

Lo stage non è considerato un rapporto di lavoro subordinato e, pertanto, non comporta l’obbligo di retribuzione da parte dell’azienda, impresa o ente, né quello previdenziale. Tuttavia, è un’attività obbligatoria per ottenere i Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU) previsti nella programmazione didattica del corso di studi.

  • Allow the student to have a significant experience, with high educational content, in comparison with real business problems. The internship represents, in fact, an important training and orientation experience, designed and implemented to bring the student closer to the world of work, providing the possibility of a first training experience and job orientation;
  • Encourage constant updating on the part of the University on the real needs of the entrepreneurial and productive world for correct planning and programming of interventions;
  • Transforming internships into a real service for businesses;
  • Allow the companies involved to deepen their knowledge of the university organization and the characteristics of the services that can be obtained;
  • Create the conditions for future collaborations between universities and companies.

External curricular internship
The intern must request the specific form for the internship application via email from the Academic Coordinator for Internships and deliver it at least one month before the presumed internship start date. Once the characteristics of the internship have been agreed between the host company and the trainee, the contact person will contact the host company to start the procedure which will be managed through the Esse3 management system. It will be the student who will have to find a place to carry out the internship he will have to agree on the objectives, modalities and times of the internship with the person in charge of that reality. However, it is recommended to link the training project of the internship to the three-year degree thesis.

The student who intends to apply for the recognition of credits from internship must download the attached form, fill it in and deliver it, duly signed, to the Student Secretariat. The deadline for submitting requests is 31/10 of each year.
For more information, contact the Internships Coordinator.

For the recognition of the internship activity, the student must complete the form for the request for training credits at the end of the internship and send it signed to the Student Secretariat

Info

Academic Referent

Prof. Maria Belen Giacomone

Email: m.giacomone1@unirms.sm

phone: +378 0549 888111 | +39 3371225057