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The Guidance and Tutoring activities support students in choosing a university path, follow them throughout their studies and later guide them in entering the world of work, articulating into:

Guidance, mainly dedicated to high school students;
Tutoring, dedicated to enrolled students;
Outbound Guidance dedicated to undergraduate and graduate students.

The activities of Inbound Orientation and Tutoring are coordinated by the Departmental Delegates, Prof. Valentina Zuliani (Drug Area) and Prof. Martina Cirlini (Food area) who relie on the collaboration of faculty, students, doctoral students and assignees of the Department.

Incoming orientation: Orientation to courses of study

Inbound orientation is carried out through meetings with upper secondary school students and teachers, through presentations at schools, presentations and facility tours at the Department, and through individual meetings. Students are welcomed for the conduct of Summer Stages and School-Work Alternation paths. The activity is also carried out through participation in University events dedicated to incoming orientation (OPEN Day, INFO Day) and events organized by educational institutions and territorial bodies, dedicated to the promotion of scientific and technological culture.

Single-cycle master's degree course in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology

Single-cycle master's degree program in Pharmacy

Interdepartmental Master's Degree Program in Medical, Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Biotechnology

Master's degree program in Food Science and Technology

Master's degree program in Food Science and Technology

Master's degree program in Gastronomic Sciences

Inter-athenaeum Master's Degree Course in Food Safety and Food Risk Management

Prof. Maria Paciulli

Prof. Eleonora Carini

Master's degree course in Human Nutrition Sciences


Orientation in Itinere: Tutoring

Pharmaceutical Area 
Agri-Food Area


► ER.GO makes available a Tutoring Service, in each Department, reserved for freshmen students, beneficiaries of scholarships.

This is a support service for overcoming any difficulties in the organization of study and participation in university life.

You can contact your reference tutor, requesting an individual interview, also online, in order to be helped to orient you and get targeted information within your degree program.

Here is the reference email:

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