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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 your study plan there are 5 CFUs for the other activities, of which:
- 4 CFUs for other knowledge useful for job placement, including 2 CFUs for English language proficiency
- 1 CFU for internships and placements
If you enrolled from 2014 to 2016, the number of CFUs is set at 3:
- 2 CFUs for other knowledge useful for job placement
- 1 CFU for training and orientation internships
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.
The Undergraduate Council may recognize as knowledge useful for employment, maximum 2 CFUs, also periods of study abroad at university sites, suitably certified. A committee of faculty appointed by the degree program will evaluate the congruence and correspondence in credits of the certified educational activity.
Proposals Other activities
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
The test is conducted indistance mode on Teams. The test has a maximum total duration of two hours (one and a half hours 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 email@example.com 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 study plan 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.
The two levels are independent, and can be taken separately.
Discover the program
Two of the four credits reserved for other knowledge must be compulsorily achieved by passing a B2-level foreign language test chosen from English, French, Spanish and German.
In A.Y. 2022/2023, the English language course is taught by Prof. Justin Rainey (go to teaching tab).
Students who intend to take the B2 level test in a language other than English (choice of French, Spanish and German) are invited to contact the Teaching Office: firstname.lastname@example.org
N.B. The CdS recognizes certifications of the same level or higher. If you have a valid certification attesting to your foreign language proficiency, you can submit it to the Committee for the Recognition of 'Other' credits.
The following workshops will be activated in 2022-2023.
Permanent seminar on local history - Prof. Anna Stagno
The Permanent Seminar on Local History is a well-established experience (started in 1992-1993) that has the explicit aim of integrating teaching and research activities with a strong focus on the dimension of local analysis, wants to propose an opportunity for dialogue around objects of common interest that characterize the work of those practicing historical investigations today, starting from documentary sources as well as from the field. In the first part of the year, the speakers involved (and/or invited) will propose case studies with a focus on the procedures of analysis and use of sources and their relationship to the local context of source production. Beginning in March, the meetings will focus on the individual research paths of registered participants who decide to opt for independent research work: by February, those involved will prepare a personal research proposal--to be structured with a summary and bibliographical apparatus--and will discuss its progress, at subsequent meetings.
Themes and sources of research may be proposed by students or, if requested, suggested by faculty.
Each year the seminar focuses on a specific theme.
The Workshop includes one meeting per week (always on Monday afternoons) beginning January 30, 2023.
For more information and registration: prof. Anna Stagno - email@example.com
- the activity performed and/or the competence acquired
- the duration of the activity
You can also submit a self-certification regarding the duration of the training activities. In this case, the Commission Credits Others, proceeding with spot checks, may ask you later for formal documentation.
Activities already recognized during the three-year course cannot be recognized again as course credits during the master's degree.
To get information you can contact the Commission Other Credits