Learning by doing
The concept of “learning by doing” refers to an idea of teaching based on “doing” rather than “studying how to do”. All of us can study how to climb a mountain but doing is a completely different story…
This approach is used to teach all the modules thanks to lectures entirely dedicated to tutorials, assignments, laboratory work, field trips and also offering internships in companies.
Field visits and laboratory activities
The manageable number of students attending our courses allows for a smooth organization of field trips and laboratory activities where students are not just watching but actively involved in measurements, surveys and, subsequently, in the post-processing of data.
One of the strengths of tour program lies in the availability of laboratories, equipped with cutting edge facilities for teaching and research. Laboratory work represents an opportunity to understand and grasp “hands on” the theoretical concepts explained in the classroom. Laboratories are an integral part for the teaching of individual courses and to carry out experimental work associated with final thesis projects.
Here is a list of available laboratories:
Stages or internships provide an opportunity for a first real-job experience without the establishment of an actual contract with a company. Students can activate a “curricular internship”, which can grant some credits (either 6 or 12 CFU).
Post-graduate internships can also be activated within 12 months of graduation and for a maximum duration of 6 months.ff