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How the Bologna process affected students’ carreers: internships Before DM509/1999 –Students can make internships according to the LAW 196/1997 and DM142/1998.

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1 How the Bologna process affected students’ carreers: internships Before DM509/1999 –Students can make internships according to the LAW 196/1997 and DM142/1998 –Students can make internships during their carrers or no later than 18 months after their degree –A university student can make internship at latest for 12 months altogether during his life Before DM509/1999 –Students can make internships according to the LAW 196/1997 and DM142/1998 –Students can make internships during their carrers or no later than 18 months after their degree –A university student can make internship at latest for 12 months altogether during his life

2 How the Bologna process affected students’ carreers: internships Before DM509/1999 –Internships weren’t worth credits –Students were the only ones proposing hosting companies –Usually an internship was useful to prepare a final project Before DM509/1999 –Internships weren’t worth credits –Students were the only ones proposing hosting companies –Usually an internship was useful to prepare a final project

3 How the Bologna process affected students’ carreers: internships After DM509/1999 –Students can make internships according to the LAW 196/1997 and DM142/1998 –Universities can choose whether to dedicate or not an amount of ECTS to internships (it’s not mandatory by law!) –At Politecnico di Torino two first level curriculum were settled: LAUREA and LAUREA PROFESSIONALIZZANTE After DM509/1999 –Students can make internships according to the LAW 196/1997 and DM142/1998 –Universities can choose whether to dedicate or not an amount of ECTS to internships (it’s not mandatory by law!) –At Politecnico di Torino two first level curriculum were settled: LAUREA and LAUREA PROFESSIONALIZZANTE

4 How the Bologna process affected students’ carreers: internships After DM509/1999 –At Politecnico di Torino almost in all first level curriculum a student can choose whether to attend an internship or not –At Politecnico di Torino in a half of them it’s compulsory for a student to attend an internship at the end of his/her carreer –In the LAUREA PROFESSIONALIZZANTE curriculum a student MUST attend an Internship After DM509/1999 –At Politecnico di Torino almost in all first level curriculum a student can choose whether to attend an internship or not –At Politecnico di Torino in a half of them it’s compulsory for a student to attend an internship at the end of his/her carreer –In the LAUREA PROFESSIONALIZZANTE curriculum a student MUST attend an Internship

5 How the Bologna process affected students’ carreers: internships After DM509/1999 –In a first level curriculum an internship can last from 75 hours to 375 hours –In a first level curriculum an internship can be evaluated from 3 ECTS to 15 ECTS –It’s not said that – in case of an internship – 1 ECTS is 25 hours After DM509/1999 –In a first level curriculum an internship can last from 75 hours to 375 hours –In a first level curriculum an internship can be evaluated from 3 ECTS to 15 ECTS –It’s not said that – in case of an internship – 1 ECTS is 25 hours

6 How the Bologna process affected students’ carreers: internships After DM509/1999 –At Politecnico di Torino only in a few LAUREA SPECIALISTICA curriculum a student can choose whether to attend an internship or not –…but in some cases they MUST attend an intership! –Internships during the LAUREA SPECIALISTICA curriculum are usually longer than in the first level curriculum After DM509/1999 –At Politecnico di Torino only in a few LAUREA SPECIALISTICA curriculum a student can choose whether to attend an internship or not –…but in some cases they MUST attend an intership! –Internships during the LAUREA SPECIALISTICA curriculum are usually longer than in the first level curriculum

7 How the Bologna process affected students’ carreers: internships After DM509/1999 –At Politecnico di Torino in all MASTER COURES (in the “italian sense”) curriculum a minimum three-months internship is compulsory –PhD students can also attend an internship After DM509/1999 –At Politecnico di Torino in all MASTER COURES (in the “italian sense”) curriculum a minimum three-months internship is compulsory –PhD students can also attend an internship

8 How the Bologna process affected students’ carreers: internships After DM509/1999 –A university student can make internship at latest for 12 months altogether during each step of his carreer after obtaining his degree –A student can make internship before obtaining his degree no matter its lasting After DM509/1999 –A university student can make internship at latest for 12 months altogether during each step of his carreer after obtaining his degree –A student can make internship before obtaining his degree no matter its lasting

9 How the Bologna process affected students’ carreers: internships Bureaucracy supporting internships –According to the italian law the hosting company and Politecnico must have a GENERAL AGREEMENT whic states the general conditions (insurance policies, privacy and property of informations,…) to whom each internship must be submitted –This document is called CONVENZIONE QUADRO –It must be signed both by the Rector and the Managing Director of the hosting Company –It doesn’t have an expiry date if not explicitly required Bureaucracy supporting internships –According to the italian law the hosting company and Politecnico must have a GENERAL AGREEMENT whic states the general conditions (insurance policies, privacy and property of informations,…) to whom each internship must be submitted –This document is called CONVENZIONE QUADRO –It must be signed both by the Rector and the Managing Director of the hosting Company –It doesn’t have an expiry date if not explicitly required

10 How the Bologna process affected students’ carreers: internships Bureaucracy supporting internships –After the Convenzione Quadro, each student has to fill in a paper called PROGETTO FORMATIVO in cooperation with the hosting company and the Academic Advisor –This documents contains a short description of the internship starting and closing date Timesheet number of credits (not obbligatory) –The PROGETTO FORMATIVO is the contract which allows the internship to begin and it must be signed by student, Company Supervisor and Academic Advisor Bureaucracy supporting internships –After the Convenzione Quadro, each student has to fill in a paper called PROGETTO FORMATIVO in cooperation with the hosting company and the Academic Advisor –This documents contains a short description of the internship starting and closing date Timesheet number of credits (not obbligatory) –The PROGETTO FORMATIVO is the contract which allows the internship to begin and it must be signed by student, Company Supervisor and Academic Advisor

11 How the Bologna process affected students’ carreers: internships Internship&Job Placement Office –It was founded in 2002 to follow all the activities realted with internships and placement –The office today is composed by 3 people + 1 stagiare –In 2004 the office supported 2400 internships –In january, february and march 2005 the office supported 590 internships Internship&Job Placement Office –It was founded in 2002 to follow all the activities realted with internships and placement –The office today is composed by 3 people + 1 stagiare –In 2004 the office supported 2400 internships –In january, february and march 2005 the office supported 590 internships

12 How the Bologna process affected students’ carreers: internships Internship&Job Placement Office: some figures –In 2004 the office supported 2398 internships –1679 were males (about 70%) and 719 were females –1747 were evaluated in credits (about 73%) and 651 weren’t (about 27%) –1734 were 3+2 students (about 72%) and 571 weren’t (about 28%) –95 were master students (about 4%) Internship&Job Placement Office: some figures –In 2004 the office supported 2398 internships –1679 were males (about 70%) and 719 were females –1747 were evaluated in credits (about 73%) and 651 weren’t (about 27%) –1734 were 3+2 students (about 72%) and 571 weren’t (about 28%) –95 were master students (about 4%)

13 How the Bologna process affected students’ carreers: internships Internship&Job Placement Office: some figures –56% of companies involved belonged to industry and commerce, 16.5% to public sector, 16.5 to welfare sector, 10.5 % were professionist; 0.5 in agriculture. –70% of companies involved were located in Turin or boundaries –3% of companies involved were located abroad. Internship&Job Placement Office: some figures –56% of companies involved belonged to industry and commerce, 16.5% to public sector, 16.5 to welfare sector, 10.5 % were professionist; 0.5 in agriculture. –70% of companies involved were located in Turin or boundaries –3% of companies involved were located abroad.

14 How the Bologna process affected students’ carreers: internships How companies offer internships –Companies require to the Office a Username and a Password to enter their area on the web site didattica.polito.it How companies offer internships –Companies require to the Office a Username and a Password to enter their area on the web site didattica.polito.it

15 How the Bologna process affected students’ carreers: internships How companies offer internships –Companies enter their page and select the internship button How companies offer internships –Companies enter their page and select the internship button

16 How the Bologna process affected students’ carreers: internships How companies offer internships –Companies fill the proposal How companies offer internships –Companies fill the proposal

17 How the Bologna process affected students’ carreers: internships How companies offer internships –The proposal is directly edited on the students’ personal page on the web site How companies offer internships –The proposal is directly edited on the students’ personal page on the web site

18 How the Bologna process affected students’ carreers: internships How a student can submit his/her CV –Students fill their CV directly on line using their personal page on the web site –Students can see all offers on the same page and submit the CV clicking the button “submit” - The Office receives the CV, checks whether it matches the requirements and forwards it to the company How a student can submit his/her CV –Students fill their CV directly on line using their personal page on the web site –Students can see all offers on the same page and submit the CV clicking the button “submit” - The Office receives the CV, checks whether it matches the requirements and forwards it to the company

19 How the Bologna process affected students’ carreers: internships How companies select students –The Company checks on its page the list of candidates and their CV, contact and select them How companies select students –The Company checks on its page the list of candidates and their CV, contact and select them

20 How the Bologna process affected students’ carreers: internships Internship&Job Placement Office: other activities –Jobs –List of graduates –ALMALAUREA –Carreer Days –Counseling Internship&Job Placement Office: other activities –Jobs –List of graduates –ALMALAUREA –Carreer Days –Counseling

21 Contacts Ufficio Stage&Job Placement Tel Fax web: Francesca Brazzani Monica Fassetta Raffaele Politi Valentina Toccaceli


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