32592 - Internship (2) (LM) (G. B)

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  • Teacher Maria Teresa Guaitoli

  • Credits 6

  • Teaching Mode Traditional lectures

  • Language Italian

  • Campus of Bologna

  • Degree Programme Second cycle degree programme (LM) in Archaeology and Cultures of the Ancient World (cod. 8855)


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

Quality education Reduced inequalities Partnerships for the goals

Academic Year 2021/2022

Learning outcomes

At the end of the internship the student has a thorough knowledge of the practical activities related to the work of the archaeologists, through experiences in public bodies such as museums, archaeological superintendents, local institutions responsible for the safeguard of cultural heritage, organizers of events related to archaeological tourism, publishers specialized in archaeology. They has started to put into practice knowledge related to both study and work experience, and they mature a judgmental autonomy to solve specific problems, or to make specific projects or research works. Likewise, they are able to communicate to a diversified audience, to apply and to update their skills within the three learning areas provided by the CdS: historical-artistic and epigraphic, with particular reference to the methodological area.

Course contents

The internship is an educational experience that can be carried out especially outside the academic world, in order to give the student the opportunity to have contact with the social partners. The contents concern the field of protection, conservation, enhancement and dissemination in the archaeological field, not excluding the popular-scientific sectors related to the creation of events, support to cultural marketing, specialized publishing and archaeological tourism.


The texts for the knowledge of the single structures and their management are indicated by the Institution where the activity is carried out.

Teaching methods

The learning and training methods are agreed directly with the host institution, according to the program offered equindi may vary depending on the host institution, but always linked to a first approach to the world of work.

Assessment methods

The methods and checks of learning are monitored during the course of work and through the control of the academic tutor. The application allows to verify the real application of the proposed program and the satisfaction index by both the institution and the trainee at the end of the course, through reports and questionnaires.

Office hours

See the website of Maria Teresa Guaitoli