Due to the current emergency health situation, the Orientation Office will not be available by telephone from March 16th 2020; plase contact us via email [email protected]
If interested in online reception (only small groups), fill the form.
Choosing a university course is not easy, given the huge quantity of courses offered by Universities and considering the fast and constantly changing working and professional scenario.
To help you collect all necessary information, University of Bergamo Student Services Office offers a series of useful tools and services, to help you and your family clarify any doubts and understand which is the most appropriate choice for you.
Please download the concise student handbook to find all useful University of Bergamo information and the correct procedures for enrollment.
The Student Services and International Offices coordinates all orientation activities, pre-enrolment, during the course and up to the students introduction into the work environment.
Orientation is not only directed to high school students, but also to those who are already in a University career, to guide them in their study plan and in the choice of internship, according to their future professional aspirations.
The aim is to bring the University and working world closer, so that they can effectively interact to promote a form of education, which takes into account the professional market needs, but also the students’ skills, which can lead to innovative and interesting projects for private and public companies.
The office works in close collaboration with high school representatives, private companies and public bodies to help overcome students’ difficulties in the choice of a degree course. The internship training, a crucial experience to enhance the knowledge acquired during the course of studies, backs up these activities. Experience demonstrates that a postgraduate internship represents a necessary step to approach the professional world.
Foreign visiting students can access the internship service only if it represents a part of their course of studies and is expressly demanded by their original University.