Welcome International students, new projects and Mobile App calls – now on line

 

Buddy Project

 

The call for applications is online for 41 part-time contracts for tutoring lasting 50, 100 or 200 hours for students who are regularly enrolled in the academic year 18/19 with suitable language skills 

N.12 tutor coordinators hourly fee of 16 euros

N.29 buddy tutor hourly fee of 10 euros

Maximum hours: 200

Period of activities from September 2019 to September 2020

 

This project aims to create a reception and assistance system for international students who enrol in a Degree Programme or stay for a period of mobility within the University.

 

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Buddy Abroad
The project aims to create a network of students at foreign universities interested at being of help for our students who will be able to contact them and receive information on the activities of their university and in particular on programmes, reception, university and extra-university activities. Interested incoming students available to become Buddy Abroad will be selected and a Buddy Abroad certificate will be issued.

 

A database and a mailing list will also be created to send any notices that may be of interest such as doctorates and scholarships or research grants.

 

 

Mobile App
The call for applications "App Welcome International Students" is online to involve students in the software development of an app for mobile devices.

 

Students, organized in groups consisting of at least one student for each University area (Caserta, Naples, Capua, Aversa, Santa Maria Capua Vetere), enrolled in all programmes in the 2018/2019 academic year can participate.

 

Prizes per group: 1st 3.000,00 euros 2nd 2.500,00 euros 3rd 2.000,00

 

Take a look at the call - in Italian

 

 

First Medical Care
This last project consists in the creation of a reception point for the health issues of international students enrolled in university study courses or that are here for mobility periods.

 

There is a first free clinical examination with the detection of a possible specialised pathway following an agreement with the University Hospital.

 

The activities will take place in the Sant’Andrea delle Dame complex - Naples - ground floor, with access from Via De Crecchio n.8.

 

 

 

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