Stage and Internship

Covid Emergency - Internship guidelines

Internship guidelines for employers and students are available on the COSP page.

Subject to the relevant Teacher's authorization, an internship can provide a certain number of university credits (CFUs).

For a three-month internship, three credits will be awarded.

To this end, the Academic Tutor will review the final assessments completed online at the end of the internship and sign the CFU application form, which the student will then submit to the Interdepartmental Course Administration of the Faculty of Law (via Festa del Perdono 7).

Tutoring Teachers

The internship must be authorized by a Tutoring Teacher, who will approve the training project online. The approval procedure can be carried out by one of the teachers in charge of the internship:

  • Dr. Pizza (Public Law Dept.), Public and International Law
  • Dr. Imberti and Dr. Maniaci (Private Law Dept.), Private Law, Labour Law, Business Law
  • Prof. Camaldo, Prof. Arnaboldi, Dr. Toscano and Dr. Perri (Beccaria Law Dept.), Criminal and Economic Sciences, Church Law and IT Law
General information (COSP)

An internship (or traineeship) is a training experience encompassing different options:

  • Students can participate in curricular internship/work placement
  • Those who have completed their study programme not more than 12 months ago can do extracurricular internships/traineeships.

The Cosp manages setup procedures for internships in public and private companies and institutions aimed at enrolled students, graduands and postgraduates.

How to find a stage opportunity

Students can either select one of the available internship positions on the University noticeboard or find an internship by themselves.
In any case they must follow procedures established by the Study and Career Guidance Centre (COSP).