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Do you know Fondo Rotativo Edisu Piemonte?

Fondo Rotativo is reserved for off-site students applying for scholarships and housing service, who result eligible in the accommodation definitive ranking list and and not assigned as a result of expression of interest.

The application for Edisu Fondo Rotativo for Rent Deposit has been online since 2 October 2020.

What is Fondo Rotativo?

Fondo rotativo is an economic support to cover the payment of the security deposit required at the time of stipulating a lease as an advance payment of the scholarship, reserved for off-site students applying for scholarships and housing service who result eligible in the accommodation definitive ranking list and not assigned as a result of expression of interest.

The amount paid is equal to the one needed for two months and will be fully recognized or in part according to the number of holders, however within the maximum limit set for each contract and cannot exceed € 800,00. This amount is intended as an advance on the scholarship.

For more info go on the Edisu Call but remember that you can submit the application online since 2 October 2020.

Today, 28 September, the first courses at Unito started again. The courses will be held with a “mixed” mode: each professor will choose whether to give their
lecture in presence or remotely via the platform Webex. Regarding the lectures in presence, only a predetermined number of students will be admitted. Those students will have to reserve a seat through Student Booking and will follow specific access instructions.
What is Student Booking? You will need it to access UniTo lessons.
To access the lessons safely, you will need to reserve a seat in the classroom.
How? Go on “MyUniTo Studente” or “Futuro Studente” and reserve your seat with

the “Student Booking” service.
The service is for:
 students registered to a course with an uploaded study plan and attended
/ planned courses. Students with disabilities will have priority access
 freshmen without an uploaded study plan
 future students who registered on the university portal and completed the
registration process with their personal data

EDISU Piemonte published the new version of the 2020/2021 EDISU call.
The deadline for the presentation of the application for the accommodation service is Thursday, 3 September. The deadline for the application for the
scholarship is Thursday, 1 October.
A help desk service will be active from Monday to Friday until 1 October for any problem the students may have regarding the call, e. g. the compilation of the application. Here you will find all the information to request support.

You have until Wednesday, 30 September to apply to the 2020/2021 Holden Academy special edition. What do you have to do?
 A test that will be held remotely or, in certain cases, that will be held at the school in Piazza Borgo Dora 49;
 if you have chosen to do the test remotely you will have to undergo an interview via Skype;
 don’t study for the test, let your creativity flow!
 If you pass the test, you will have a week to sign up.
More info here.

Io Lavoro 2018

A moment of contact between supply and demand of labor: on 24th and 25th October 2018, at Lingotto Fiere in Turin the fair IOLAVORO will take place once again, for the 22th time. StudyinTorino will be present and ready to give useful information on university counseling.

What is IOLAVORO?

IOLAVORO is the job fair which puts in direct contact companies that are looking for staff and people who are looking for a job.

IOLAVORO is an important moment of contact between supply and demand of labor, an occasion for young people and adults to have access at the same time and in the same place to many services and opportunities in the labor market: from welcoming to career guidance, till the direct contact with the company, which can turn into a real business relationship.

IOLAVORO was created to assist who offers employment  and who is looking for a job. The event is promoted by Regione Piemonte, Provincia di Torino and Città di Torino, and organized by Agenzia Piemonte Lavoro (APL), in collaboration with the Job Centres of the Provincia di Torino and of the Regione Valle d’Aosta, the Agenzia Liguria Lavoro, the French Employment Services Pôle Emploi of the Rhône-Alpes region, Eures (European job mobility portal) and the Inps.

Here the poster of the event.

Organizzazione Agenzia Piemonte Lavoro – Ente Strumentale della Regione Piemonte Via Avogadro, 30 10121 Torino (Italy)
info@iolavoro.org
www.iolavoro.org

Open Day al Collegio Einaudi

In the period of Politecnico di Torino’s entrance tests, On July 17 and 18, 2018 Collegio Einaudi will open its doors to future first-year students as well as to new students, who will be able to join guided tours in the five halls of residence of the city and take a closer look at facilities and spaces, accompanied by students who will answer any question and will tell their own experiences.

Guided tours are available in the following hours:

  • Sezione Po, Via Maria Vittoria 39, 2.30 PM;
  • Sezione Mole, Via delle Rosine 3, 3.00 PM;
  • Sezione Valentino, Via Galliari 30, 3.30 PM;
  • Sezione Crocetta,Corso Lione 24, 6.30 PM;
  • Sezione San Paolo, Via Bobbio 3, 7.00 PM.

The Open Days of Collegio Einaudi in Turin are a part of the call for admissions for the a.y. 2018/2019(bando di ammissione per l’anno accademico 2018/19), offering 100 university students, chosen because of academic success (from the first year to Masters), the opportunity of applying by August 3, 2018 at 4 PM to live the experience of sharing and growing during university years. 6 places are for extra-UE university students and 24 places for graduates attending a PhD or a specialized course.

Collegio Einaudi includes  5 halls of residence in Turin’s city centre, for a maximum of 768 people, who are students regularly attending degree courses in Turin. Each student has a single room, connected to the Internet. Each hall of residence has a kitchen for each floor, study rooms, a music room, a fitness area and a laundry room. There are no curfews, neither differences: students are chosen for their grades and pay according to their Equivalent Financial Situation Index.

One of Collegio Einaudi’s main features, compared to a regular hall of residence, is the Customized Education Program (Percorso Formativo Personalizzato ), which offers each student a free multi-disciplinary education program, which can improve and extend the programs offered by universities, through additional activities such as language courses, job counselling, soft skills enhancement courses, music courses and analysing contemporary issues and general culture.

There are also many scholarships for the best students (free accomodation, study prizes, scholarships for study trips abroad, degree prizes, prized for language qualifications and international mobility). There’s also a strong collaboration with  CUS Torino (University Sports Centre), to offer sports activities at convenient prices, as if it was a real university campus.

Collegio Einaudi is the founder of CCUM (Conferenza dei Collegi Universitari di Merito – Conference of Merit University Halls of Residence) and EUCA (European University College Association) and promotes the right of university studying, merit, and multi-disciplinary approach, to allow talented people to stand out, regardless of social status, thanks to a wide range of opportunities with different methods and tools to complete a degree program in the best way, and the following entrance in the job market as well.

University students Call for admissions –deadline: August 3, 2018, 4 PM
Graduate students Call – deadline: September 15, 2018 and December 15, 2018
For further information, and to download Calls: www.collegioeinaudi.it

 

 

 

Tirocini Fondazione Crui

Fondazione CRUI is promoting a call for the selection of 16 curricular interships in Italian schools abroad.

The network of schools abroad is a resource to promote Italian language and culture, as well as to preserve the cultural identity of Italians and their children.

Internships listed in the call will be held in the 8 comprehensive state schools in Addis Abeba, Asmara, Athens, Barcelona, Istanbul, Madrid, Paris e Zurich.

Interns will carry out researches, studies, analyses and processing useful data for each school’s dossier. Students may also be involved in the organisation of events and help MAECI and school staff in outdoor activities.

 

Application end date: June 29, 2018
Internship dates: September 17– December 14, 2018

Read the call (LEGGI IL BANDO)

The University of Turin (Università di Torino), will participate as well as other Italian universities

Participating universities (ATENEI PARTECIPANTI AL BANDO)

Submit your application (INVIA LA TUA CANDIDATURA)


Contact the Internships Office of Fondazione CRUI only through email at the following address: tirocini@fondazionecrui.it


What is Fondazione CRUI?

Founded in 2001 in the Conference of Italian University Deans (Conferenza dei Rettori delle Università Italiane) to provide services to universities, Fondazione CRUI has always focused its attention on innovation and job placement for university students.

Promoting internships for university students and graduates is an activity held by the Fondazione since 2001. high quality standards for internships as well as interns are guaranteed, thanks to the collaboration with important public and private entities, and to an advanced management and selection system in which candidates’ universities take part in.

Fondazione CRUI, as referee for the entire university system, finds strategic partners with which it organises internships. Its goal is to ensure Universities and its students will have a highly educational and useful experience for the development of a conscious approach to the job market, while offering host entities the opportunity to select their own interns among excellence in all Italian universities.

Sciopero docenti UniTo

The Movimento per la Dignità della Docenza Universitaria have announced a strike during the next summer exam session of 2017/2018 academic year, from June 1, 2018 to July 31, 2018.

Professors who will take part in the strike will not administer the first programmed exams. The following exams of the summer session will take place regularly.

It will be possible to schedule extraordinary exams:

  • from the fourteenth day after the day of the strike, if there’s only one exam from June 1 to July 31, or if there are 5 or less chances per year of re-taking the exam set ofr the day of the strike
  • approximately 7 days after the day of the strike, for graduating students, Erasmus students, students with specific health issues or pregnant students.

We guarantee therefore at least one chance of taking every exam during the summer session.

Based on the principles of the right to strike, professors are not obliged to communicate their intention of striking beforehand.

For further information, visit the Movimento per la Dignità della Docenza Universitaria website, on Sciopero giugno-luglio 2018 (2018 June-July strike) page. At the end of the page you will find in-depth documents, for Professors and Researchers taking part in the strike, with important clarifications for students as well.

In particular:

  • Integrazione indicazioni per sciopero 24-5-2018.pdf, is a document structured in questions and answers, providing precise and operational information on the striking method of professors and researchers (e.g. how a possible extraordinary exam will take place and how to schedule one; rules for students who have the urgency of taking the exam)
  • Indicazioni dettagliate per lo sciopero 8-5-2018.pdf, is the initial document, where you can find information about the reasons for the strike and basic instructions on how a strike works.

UniTo is completely available to help minimize the inconvenience for students.

Updates will be posted on unito.it, in the “News” section of the homepage.

Humanities in a day

The University of Turin invites you to the first day dedicated to humanistic research: on Wednesday, June 13, from 9AM to 6PM, at Palazzo Nuovo (via Sant’Ottavio – 20, Turin) researchers will tell you about their projects through scientific posters, talks and guided tours in the research centres.

Livestream on www.unito.it/media from the morning.

Below are the groups involved:

  • Department of Philosophy and Education Science
  • Department of Foreign Languages, Literatures and Modern Cultures
  • Department of Humanities
  • Department of Historical Studies
  • Atlante Linguistico Italiano
  • Centro Studi Gozzano Pavese
  • Centro Interdipartimentale Cinedumedia
  • Centro Interdipartimentale MeDiHum
  • Laboratorio di Fonetica Sperimentale “Arturo Genre” (Experimental phonetics lab)
  • Laboratorio Fotografico e Topografico del Dip.to di Studi Storici (Photographic and topographic lab of the Department of Historical Studies)
  • StudiUm Lab.

The initiative was planned by Research and Third Mission – Humanities centre and by Sezione Valorizzazione della ricerca e Public Engagement – Agorà Scienza, in collaboration with FRIDA – Forum della Ricerca di Ateneo.

  •  a 60-poster exhibition
  •  an area where PhD students will explain how to become researchers (…if you survive the PhD 😉
  •  a round-table discussion on the future of Humanities
  •   two sessions with #UniTo researchers
  •   five research centres open to the public

The detailed programme is available on the dedicated page of the UniTo website.

Follow the Facebook event “Humanities in a day”.

 

Progetto Start@UniTo

Are you going to start taking a degree and want to enrol at the University of Turin?
Whatever the degree course you may be interested in, UniTo provides 20 free online courses you can take while attending school, even if you still aren’t a university student.

The Project was made by the Departments of the University of Turin, contributed by the Compagnia di San Paolo.

You will be able to study at your own pace, to train with self-assessment tests and take the exam as soon as you’ll be enrolled. Registering is easy and quick: connect to the Start@UniTO platform and choose the courses you’re interested in, log in with a click and your credentials and start your new studies.

Courses are from first-year subjects of almost all UniTo degree courses – from physics to social science, from information technology to cultural anthropology, from law to languages, from maths to zoology – specifically thought for those who have to start university. They’re readily accessible because they are on a dedicated multimedia platform.

You will find multimedia content you can access at your own pace and you will be able to put yourself to the test through self-assessment tests. Once you complete the course and pass the final test, you will get a certificate of attendance for your first university corse, and you will be able to take the exam as soon as you’ll be enrolled, and your first credits will be registered on your exam transcript.

Start@UniTO helps you start University on the right foot: not only it helps you choose the best degree course for you but also gives you the chance to pass a university exam at the beginning of your career!

Dean Ajani presenting the Progetto Start@Unito.

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