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Course Council Coordinator

It is responsible for:

  • convene and coordinate the committees and those in charge of the various activities of the CoS and also communicates the results
  • convene the Council, whose relations with internal members he/she takes care of
  • analyze the report of the School Joint Committee and bring the outcome of its review to the CCS
  • analyze all questionnaires and verify that the teaching forms are filled out correctly
  • organize the activities of verification of initial preparation
  • evaluate teaching schedules and that they do not overlap
  • propose improvement initiatives to the CoS
  • organize orientation activities and those promoting the CoS
  • organize remedial activities for OFAs

  • reviews periodically the training course and organizes its delivery
  • organizes the orientation and promotion activities of the CoS.

The Course of Study (CdS) is equipped with a Quality Assurance (QA) system to keep the management processes under control.

Course of Study QA Committee

It is in charge of:

  • compiling and updating the Single Annual Report Card (SUA-CdS) and the Annual Monitoring Form (SMA)
  • editing the Cyclic Review Report (RCR) and monitoring the progress of proposed improvement activities
  • analyzing teaching evaluation questionnaires, Almalaurea questionnaires, reports of the School Joint Committee

  • monitor reports and requests from students, faculty and administrative technical staff

  • identify the training demand and training objectives
  • develop the training course

Teaching Commission

It is responsible for:

  • verify teaching facilities and student services
  • verify, with the CdSs, the CFUs in relation to teaching load and progression in semesters
  • revise, with the CdSs, the access requirements and the modalities for midterm and final examinations
  • check, with the CdSs, the information in the teaching schedules
  • check the educational offerings of the CdSs
  • check the teaching coverage proposals received from the CdSs
  • check the proposed changes in the curricula
  • propose to the individual CCSs initiatives for the enrichment of students' education also through soft skills

Steering Committee

It is responsible for:

  • expressing the needs from society and the world of work and culture
  • providing an opinion between the consistency of the course of study and specific training activities with the demand for training

  • designing initiatives for educational offerings
  • strengthening the link between universities and companies operating in the area
  • fostering the entry of graduates into the world of work, including through the identification of required skills (e.g., soft skills)

  • express the needs from society and the world of work and culture
  • provide an opinion between the consistency of the course of study and specific training activities with the demand for training
  • verify the updated professional outlets of the CoS

Committee members

Primary local and national associations:

  • National Association of Administrative and Financial Managers (ANDAF)

Main Auditing Firms

Ordine of Chartered Accountants and Accounting Experts of Genoa

Commune of Genoa

Agenzia delle Revenue

Labour Consultants

Italian Association of Financial Analysts (AIAF)

Chamber of Commerce (CCIAA)

Confindustria of Genoa

Some members of the local productive fabric

Components of the CCS AFC

Guidance and mentoring committee

She is in charge of:

  • organizing orientation activities with schools and school/work alternation
  • organizing activities to promote the CoS to the outside world
  • coordinating reception tutoring and educational tutoring

  • coordinate ongoing tutoring activities

International Relations Commission

She is responsible for:

  • promoting and coordinating outbound and inbound student mobility through the Erasmus+ program or other international programs

  • promoting the internationalization of the LSC through outbound promotional activities and faculty mobility

Delegate for internships

It is responsible for:

  • accompanying students and graduates to the world of work


Tutor teachers

They are in charge of:

  • organizing initial preparation verification activities

  • carrying out reception tutoring activities

  • reporting critical issues to the CSD that need the activation of educational tutoring

Commission for the verification of initial preparation

It is in charge of:

  • analyzing and updating the mode and content of access tests

  • organizing access tests:

    • establish the timetable

    • correct the tests conducted

    • publish the results

Coordinator's delegate to monitor learning agreements.

It is responsible for:

  • validating study abroad programs

  • collaborating with Erasmus+ contact persons

Responsible for monitoring student careers

It is in charge of:

  • monitoring students' careers

  • identifying critical issues and proposing possible improvement interventions to the CoS

Responsible for verifying access requirements

It is responsible for:

  • analyzing the documentation for course admissions

  • identifying the correlation with the preparation in possession and the requirements under the educational regulations

  • marking the educational debts and indicating the disciplines useful for their recovery

  • submitting the resolutions to the CCS for ratification

Responsible for internships, traineeships and job orientation

It is in charge of:

  • promoting, collecting and managing, proposals for internship/internship activities
  • organizing the collection of questionnaires and opinions of the institutions at which internships and internships have been conducted
  • organizing activities to promote orientation to the world of work

Website manager

It is responsible for:

  • updating and verifying the information on the study course website
  • checking that transparency requirements are met

Responsible for Departmental Quality Assurance (RAQ)

Prof.ssa Francesca Querci - Department of Economics