Call for applications and ranking lists for student collaboration activities - 150 hours

Information on how to apply to perform 150 hours of student collaboration at the University structures and ranking lists.

Every year the University offers students meeting specific income and merit requirements the opportunity to collaborate in various structures. The maximum duration of the collaboration is 150 hours.

Call for applications

To obtain a 150-hour collaboration, you must follow the calls for applications process.

Students selected for collaborations will receive a study grant that will be awarded in a single instalment at the end of the collaboration. The amount granted is based on the number of hours of collaboration at €7.50 per hour.

The University provides injury insurance.

A number of collaboration activities at the University Campus have been made available to students enrolled in a.y. 2021/22; the calls for applications deadlines expired on 30 September 2021.

Ranking lists

The ranking lists are published on Studenti Online. Each candidate can see them by accessing the details of their application.

Ranking system

Rankings are based on CFUs acquired and recorded between 10 August 2020 and 10 August 2021. If multiple students share the same number of CFUs, first ISEE values are taken into consideration, and then the youngest age takes precedence.

Note: each ranking shows the names of all applicants. All suitable candidates (Accepted column = SI) are listed first in ranking order, followed by the non-suitable candidates (Accepted column = NO).

The reasons for the exclusion are stated for each non-suitable candidate as follows:

  • enrolment in a course at a different Campus from the one required, or failure to enrol in a. y. 2021/2022, or enrolment after the deadline, or enrolment in a different degree programme year from the one required, or enrollment not completed;
  • merit requirement not met as the minimum number of CFUs for the No Tax Area (10 CFUs for the second year – 25 CFUs for the years thereafter obtained between 10 August 2020 and 10 August 2021) was not acquired or registered;
  • failure to submit the ISEE by the deadline set in the call for applications; ISEE and/or ISPE above the limits required by the call for applications.

Start of collaboration

  • Students on the ranking lists will be called on to undertake the collaboration by means of an email sent to their university email address (
  • The emails will be sent by the offices expressly indicated in the calls for applications (art. 9) and will contain specific information on the terms for replying and the activities to be carried out.

Online courses on health and safety in University structures

Before starting their activities, students accepted as collaborators must have taken the following e-learning training courses on the promotion of health and safety in places of learning and research, as required by Decree 81/2008: Module 1 (general training) and Module 2 (specific training).

After completing Module 1 and Module 2, there will be an assessment test. Should you fail the test, you will have to wait 7 days before you can access the safety course again.

Students must also receive specific COVID-19 training by watching a video on

Before starting the collaboration, students must provide the structure with their safety courses’ certificate of participation as well as a self-certification confirming they watched the COVID-19 video. The self-certification form is available in the attachments box.