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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.

You can enter the code for Other Activities in your syllabus indifferently in your first or second year.

N.B.The Other Activities can be carried outat any time during the two years but you can only request 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 carry out activities that are useful for earning Other Credits.To submit documentation you will have to wait until the following academic year, when you enter the code for the educational activity in your plan.

Recognized activities

To acquire the single mandatory CFU you can choose from:

  • the attendance of one of the Laboratories offered, which can be consulted at the link
  • the participation, certified with a certificate, in conferences and seminars (recognized as creditable by the Course).
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  • you can also choose to add the CFU of other activities to the 3 CFU of Internships, bringing the latter from 75 to 100 hours.

The following will not be recognized:

  • attestations of attendance in language or computer courses obtained prior to enrollment or pre-enrollment in the Course
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  • activities performed by the applicant in the form of paid professional services. If relevant to the subject matter of the Course, they may be recognized only after the submission of specific documentation proving the performance of the activity itself outside working hours and salary agreements
  • professional activities related to the protection, conservation, dissemination and enhancement of cultural heritage (carried out by figures such as restorers, registered appraisers, gallery owners and antiquarians, artisans)
  • activities far from the training purposes of the Course, such as volunteer and assistance activities
  • activities carried out independently where it is not possible to verify, on the basis of an attendance record, the actual number of hours devoted

We recommend that you turn in documentation proving the completion ofother activities at least three months prior to the scheduled date for thesis discussion. Incomplete or incorrectly completed paperwork (e.g.: lack of matriculation year and code to which internships and other activities refer in the study plan) will not be processed.

N.B. Only credits accrued from the date of enrollment or pre-enrollment in the Course are recognized useful for the purpose of achieving the required CFUs. Accordingly, excess CFUs from internships or other activities carried out previously will not be recognized.

Proposals Other activities

Find the list of Laboratories offered by the Course of Study at the page dedicated to Laboratories


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 objective 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 a seminar module of your choice among those activated by the Departments of the School of Humanities. For the academic year 2022/23:

  • 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

. Lecturer: 
M. Stella Acerno
Period of performance: 2nd semester. Beginning: mid-January 2024, ending: end of April 2024 for a total of 26 hours, divided into 12 weekly meetings
. For registration and information:

. The seminar will cover topics related to human rights in the various aspects that characterize them on the historical, legal, cultural and educational levels. Beginning with definitions of the concept of human rights, the origins, development and contemporary trends concerning civil and political, social, economic and cultural rights are analyzed. Insights are devoted to education and the relationship between art, cinema and human rights.

Seminar Program 2023-24

CFU Recognition

To apply for recognition of other credits you must submit the Internship/Internships and Other Activities Committee contact professor, at least three months before the final discussion, the specific form with a paper record stating:

  • the activity performed and/or the competence acquired
  • the duration of the activity

You may also submit a self-certification regarding the duration of the training activities. In this case, the Commission, proceeding with spot checks, may ask you later for formal documentation.