Teaching

Professor Roberto Vecchi
Roberto Vecchi

In keeping with the goals set out as part of the University’s strategic planning process, the duties of the Vice-Rector are mainly to promote and coordinate the University’s teaching activities and assess results as well as the quality of teaching.
He also deals with funding proposals for delegate matters in keeping with the University’s goals.
He promotes the internationalisation of teaching, by coordinating with the Vice-Rector for International Relations; he promotes initiatives aimed at ensuring teaching and research activities are well aligned, by coordinating with the Vice-Rector for Research; he promotes initiatives aimed at harmonising learning programmes between the school system and Degree Programmes, as well as improving guidance for incoming, ongoing and outgoing students, by coordinating with the Delegate for Students; he promotes initiatives concerning internships, higher apprenticeships and job placements, by coordinating with the Delegate for Students; he promotes activities aimed at supporting and enhancing teachers and researchers with a view to innovating university teaching methods, tools and processes.

The Vice Rector for Teaching functionally coordinates the activities of the following Delegates: