Who are they?
Student advisors are a group of FUB students who have chosen to help provide information and advice about the University (they do this as part of the student work scheme
that the University promotes, where students get a contract for Students' Jobs
of paid work).
What do they do?
The Advisory Service uses these student advisors in various events that the two offices organise in order to promote the University in Italy and abroad.
The main activities the student advisors are involved in include:
Are you interested in becoming a student advisor?
- Providing information and advice to prospective students;
- Visiting schools in the region, in other parts of Italy and abroad to present the University and its courses;
- Helping with the planning and running of events such as the Open Day;
- Taking part in Student Fairs in Italy and abroad.
Then fill in an application form for a position for a “Students' Job
” student stating explicitly that you are interested in helping with activities connected to advising students and others.
Each autumn a commission of university personnel interviews all the applicants and chooses a new team: we are looking forward to welcoming you to that team!
If you have any questions, please contact the Advisory Service (firstname.lastname@example.org