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Other activities

What are

The course of study includes the obligation to acquire CFUs by performingOther Activities that are closely related to your university course and useful for your placement in the world of work.


In order to graduate you must obtain 5 CFUs (6 CFUs if you enrolled before 2018/19) of other activities, broken down as follows:

  • 3 CFUs for other activities
  • 2 CFUs for internships and externships

You can enter the code for other activities in your study plan indifferently in the first, second and third year.

N.B.The other activities can be carried out at any time during the three years but you can only apply for their recognition provided that you have entered the corresponding code in your study plan. If you have not entered it, you will still be able to perform the activities useful for earning "other" credits. However, to submit the documentation you will have to wait until the following academic year, when you enter the code of the educational activity in your plan.

Recognized activities

You can earn other credits by attending conferences, congresses, colloquia, seminars, organized by the course of study, the Department of Antiquities, Philosophy and History and the School of Humanities.

Below you will find the detailed list of activities that are considered valid for credit:

  • traineeships and internships
  • stages
    carried out at the UniGe Libraries, as per the agreements between the management of the Departments, of CSBs and the course of study
  • certified volunteer
    activities carried out at legally recognized institutions
  • participation in training activities
    at foreign universities within the framework of mobility programs international
  • certification of computer skills
    carried out by a lecturer appointed by the course of study
  • courses in methodology of philosophical research and methodology of psychological research
  • attendance at seminars, congresses and conferences
    organized by the Department of Antiquities, Philosophy and History, the School of Humanities and the Ligurian Philosophical Association

Proposals Other activities

All updates on lectures, seminars and other events organized by the faculty of the degree program are posted:

The computer skills test is a testto be prepared independently. Find all the information about test dates and materials to prepare on Teams.

Teams code: ec1icx9


To book the test, simply write an email to with the subject line "Computer Skills Test" and then log onto the Teams channel at the time of the test.

Normally one trial per month is organized; dates are announced on Teams at the beginning of each month. If you have special needs, please contact the instructor.

Trial Instructions


The test is conducted indistance mode on Teams. The test has a maximum total duration of two hours (an hour and a half for the first level, half an hour for the second) in which you are required to solve some short exercises with your computer.

On the Teams channel, find a sample of the proposed exercises to prepare you for the test.

At the end of the test, you will send the result of the exercises (i.e., some files that you will have processed) in a compressed folder via email to or to the same teacher via Teams chat, specifying: last name, first name, freshman number, number of credits of the test, code of "other activities" required by your curriculum for the computer skills test.
The subject of the email should be: "Computer Skills Test-Surname-Name".
It is important that you specify all the information requested, because you will need it to produce the certificate for credit.

Check out the program

The two levels are independent, and can be supported separately.

The course Citizenship Training is aimed at all students enrolled in the University's bachelor's, master's, single-cycle master's and PhD programs, regardless of the proposing department or course of study they are enrolled in. The aim of the course is to promote the development of active and responsible citizenship through the acquisition of personal and social, entrepreneurial and digital skills.

The Course of Study recognizes among other curricular activities the following seminar modules:

  • Marginals and Rights (DAFIST - referee Prof. Langella) - 1 CFU
  • Multiculturalism and Citizenship (DLCM - referee prof. Pusillo) - 1 CFU
  • Lost Homes. For an exploration of current loss (DIRAAS - referee Prof. Morando) - 1 CFU
  • Religions in Public Space (DAFIST - referee prof.ssa Colagrossi) - 1 CFU
  • AI in pills (DIBRIS) - 1 CFU
  • Data Science in Pills (DIBRIS) - 1 CFU
  • Mathematics for AI in Pills (DIMA) - 1 CFU

Course of Study in Philosophical Methodologies - Elective Educational Activities (ADE)

CFU Recognition

To apply for the recognition of other credits, you must hand in your application to the chairman of the Commission for Other Credits, at least two months before the final discussion:

  • the application form (available below, as an attachment)
  • .
  • paperwork certifying the activity performed, the competence acquired and the duration of the activity

Acknowledgement of attendance at activities is made in relation to the hours attended and reported on the specific form (available below, in annex).

To find out more, read the 'Criteria for the acceptance and evaluation of proposals for initiatives to be claimed as other credits'.

Criteria for Acceptance and Evaluation of Proposals for Initiatives to be Validated as Other Claims

At the arrival of a proposed initiative or activity, the committee chairman:

  1. assesses the congruence (C) of the proposal with the themes of the course disciplines (with a variable percentage weighting):
    - for philosophy, psychology, pedagogy, etc. the weight will be 1
    - for related subjects (literary, etc.) it may range from 0.5 to 0.8
  2. .
  3. estimate the number of hours (O) for which you will be engaged and whether any additional work by the participants is planned for the proposed activity (e.g. lecture report on an external seminar attended). So remember to specify this and quantify it in number of hours for further commitment (Ou)
  4. .
  5. communicate to the Coordinator and to the entire Commissionthe data necessary for the evaluation: title, date(s), time(s) and place(s), congruence (C), number of hours (O), possible number of additional hours (Ou), documentation produced by the proposer
  6. .

The evaluation to be associated with the initiative is calculated by the Coordinator according to this formula:

evaluation = C × (O + Ou) / 25 (rounded to the nearest tenth)

The initiative will be published by the Coordinator on the course website. You will then be able to participate in the activity and have the specific form signed by the lecturer present. When you have collected certificates for a total of 1 CFU (or multiples), you will have to ask the chairperson of the committee to register the credit.

N.B.The grade indicated on the website will be the "maximum" grade for the activity, but what you will actually be credited with will be in relation to the actual number of hours on the module.