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Job Placement Office - Internships & Careers Service

The Job Placement Office offers internships to students and new graduates in companies and organisations both in Italy and abroad.

Office tasks include:

  • Publishing internship and job offers;
  • Helping students find internships and drawing up training projects;
  • Inviting companies and organisations to make presentations of internships and jobs;
  • Organising seminars on how to write a CV and prepare for an interview;
  • Providing career advice;
  • Posting internship and job offers as well as other opportunities on Facebook pages and School and Department websites.


E- mail:

tel. 011-6704173/4897/4898/5596

Online meetings are available by e-mail on, Tuesdays (11:00 - 13:00) and Wednesdays (14:00 - 15:30).

Curricular Internships are part of a student’s degree programme and designed to earn credits or help in writing the thesis. This type of internship creates the opportunity for students to alternate study and work as well as first-hand experience in the market place. Each degree programme has its own regulations for evaluating and assigning credits.  Students should contact their professor/tutor and degree programme director for information and recognition of credits.

One credit corresponds to 25 hours of internship placement.

Extra-curricular internships are reserved for students who already completed their courses, both first or second level degrees. When graduated, students have 12 months to apply for these internships in companies, public bodies, cooperatives and NGOs through UniTo dedicated platform

These interships last at maximum six (6) months and are paid following regional laws.

"Legislation promoting employment" in the 24 June 1997 Law No.196 and the later regulation (ministerial decree 25 March 1998, n.142) were added to our rules and regulations in order to “create the opportunity for students to alternate study and work as part of their training as well as first-hand experience in the workplace.”

Extra-curricular interships in Piedmont are currently regulated by the Resolution of the Regional Council (D.G.R. 85-6277 dated 22.12.2017) which states that the university can offer internships for new graduates up to 12 months after graduation and for a maximum total of six (6) months (including extensions).

How to stipulate an agreement

Organisations and companies can offer curricular or extra-curricular internships to UniTo students via the Job Placement office or directly on the UniTo Unijob platform by becoming University partners.

This partnership lasts between one and three years and can be used to create internships for students and new graduates. Companies and organisations must apply to become partners via this link UNITO partnership online services. The agreement documentation will then be issued by the Job Placement Office and sent to the host company or organisation for signature. Once the host company has signed, the original document must be sent to the Job Placement Office.

Please contact the Job Placement Office at for more information.

How to publish an internship/job offer

To publish a curricular internship offer please contact Students will apply directly to the contact shown in the offer. Once the company has made its selection, they will inform the student and the Job Placement Office.

Extra curricular internships and job applications are managed via Unijob portal by the employer.

How to request lists of graduates

Partner companies and organisations can select lists of graduates directly via Unijob.

What to do if the intern has an accident during the internship

In case of accident, the host company must inform the sending university within 24 hours by sending the following          documents to

  1. medical certificate issued by A&E or doctor who examined the patient;
  2. brief report on the circumstances of the incident.

Undergraduates who need to go to companies or organisations to collect data and/or documentation in order to prepare their thesis, can formalise both the host’s and their own position with a procedure which is independent from the internship and without a training project.

Insurance coverage for civil liability against accident is however guaranteed although health insurance while abroad would be the student’s responsibility.

The student must request and fill in a form that has to be signed by the thesis advisor and signed by the host company. This form should then be sent to the School’s Job Placement Office.

We also provide advice for students on how to write a CV or undergoing a job interview by appointment

Last update: 12/04/2024 16:05
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