Guidance and tutoring

From choosing the right programme to what to do after graduation, the University of Bologna offers a wide range of services to its students, helping them make the right choice every time.

Guidance services to choose a degree programme

The University of Bologna offers guidance services to support future students, parents and high schools in choosing a degree programme.

Read the information about guidance services for internationals students on the Alma Orienta – Discover the University of Bologna website 

Guidance during your studies

The University of Bologna offers students of first-cycle or single-cycle degree programme a range of activities and services for a positive university experience.

  • Support throughout their studies
  • Help choosing a second-cycle degree programme
  • Strengthening of skills

Discover the services and activities on the Alma Orienta website

Tutorial services

Tutors at the University of Bologna are a useful reference point to help students during their studies.

Welcoming and orientation tutors are available at degree programmes and at student halls. The University also provides tutorial services for students with disabilities and special learning needs (SLD).

In addition to taking advantage of tutorial services, enrolled students may become tutors responding to calls for tenders for paid tutoring activities regularly published on the Calls for Tenders website.

More information about tutors

Career Guidance Service

The Career Guidance Service assists final-year students and new graduates during the phase of entry into the world of work, supporting them in the definition of their skills, aptitudes and aspirations, as well as in the acquisition of information about job opportunities and the development of job hunting strategies.

Read the information about career guidance on the Job Placement website

Cross-Cultural Consultation Service for international students

The service is designed for international students from different cultural contexts who are experiencing personal difficulties or are struggling to adapt to a new cultural and social environment.

More information about the Cross-Cultural Consultation Service for international students