Call for applications and ranking lists for student collaboration - 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 particular conditions of income and merit the possibility to collaborate in various structures. The maximum duration of this collaboration is 150 hours.

Call for applications

To obtain a 150 hour collaboration, you must apply to the call published every summer.

The call for applications for student collaborations for academic year 2019/20 has been published.
The application may be submitted from 1 July 2019 until 31 August 2019, in the same methods laid down for other Right to Education benefits (study grants, fee exemptions, reduced fee brackets, housing). For more information see art. 7 of the call and ER.GO website.

In your application you must indicate your preference for one of the University of Bologna campuses (Bologna, Cesena, Forlì, Ravenna, Rimini). Your choice cannot be modified after submitting your candidature. The activity is remunerated by a study grant, as laid down annually in the call for applications, in line with the number of hours worked.

Ranking lists

Publication of the final ranking list of student collaboration activities (150 hours) - academic year 2019/20.

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.