28119 - Work Placement (1) )LM) (G.A)

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  • Teacher Davide Dainese

  • Credits 6

  • Teaching Mode Traditional lectures

  • Language Italian

  • Campus of Bologna

  • Degree Programme Second cycle degree programme (LM) in Cultural Anthropology and Ethnology (cod. 0964)


This teaching activity contributes to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN 2030 Agenda.

Decent work and economic growth

Academic Year 2021/2022

Learning outcomes

At the end of the internship students are introduced into the professional context of the various activities related to the anthropological sciences in order to facilitate their insertion into the workplace. Through direct contact students learn operating methodologies and techniques, gaining autonomous management of their work.

Course contents

Internships consist of a work experience that can be carried out at organizations, companies, and other partners (including university facilities that offer job placement projects). Partners regularly publish their offers in a special database that can be consulted by students. The procedure for activating an internship is described in detail on the course pages. Please read the instructions carefully.

Teaching methods

Internship is a work experience where methodologies to acquire and consolidate specific competences and skills are individually agreed for each student between the student, the host institution and the university tutor and are formalized in the internship program (see details in the pages indicated above)

Assessment methods

Assessment of the Internship experience (and the thershold for the pass/non pass finale grade) is fixed individually in the internship program. The host institution will certify on the student's diary booklet the activities carried out and complete an online survey questionnaire. Students are also required to complete a final questionnaire and briefly summarize the results of the experience to the responsible teacher according to what is contained in the instructions

Teaching tools

Please read carefully the web pages of the course programme.

Links to further information


Office hours

See the website of Davide Dainese