Student-collaboration Scholarships

These internships are for students enrolled to years following the first. Selected students will collaborate with university structures such as libraries, laboratories, interactive rooms, reception and information centres for students, stages and promoting activities. 

Paid internships last 150 hours, generally divided in shifts of 3 hours per day. The monthly amount for the internship is 1.095,00 euros.

All calls can be found on the new Administration Transparency Portal: Go to the Administration Transparency Portal

 

Faculty Student Collaboration Scholarships 2018-19

The number of scholarships available in each faculty is provided in the following Table (in Italian) 

First, please make sure that you have first read all the application requisites in the individual CALLS. You can then apply via the following platform: Borsecoll

 

Q&A

Who can apply for the Student-collaboration scholarship? 
Only students from Sapienza University of Rome, enrolled in a graduation course ( Bachelor's or Master's Degree -two years courses/ single cycle courses/ old system- art. 10 of the Regulation) can apply for Student-collaboration Scholarships.

When are the calls for the Student-collaboration scholarships published? 
They are generally published every year in September. The calls can be found online on the Administration Transparency Portal and on the Structures website.

Generally the deadline for the application is 30 days after their publication. (art. 12 of the Regulation) 

Can I apply for more Calls over the same Academic Year? 
You can apply for a maximum of 8 Calls per year. (art. 8 of the Regulation) 

Which are the minimum requirements to apply for the Student-collaboration scholarship?  
Being enrolled in the actual Academic Year, in the years following the first. Only students enrolled in a master’s degree course can apply from the first year study course. (art. 10 of the Regulation) 

For students enrolled in a master’s degree course will be taken into account in the merit evaluation their Bachelor's course career. (art. 11 of the Regulation) 

Moreover, students must have acquired at least 2/5 of their university career credits (the reference is for the previous academic year compared to the one of the call -art 7, comma B of the Call) 

As stated in the art. 10 of the Regulation can be suggested more requirements for the students who intend to apply the Student-collaboration Scholarships:

  • a particular exam, chosen from a list, that the student must have in his career 
  • a minimum weighted average of “X/30” (it is decided before the Call release), with references to exams done over the university career e
  • knowledge of one or more foreign languages and/or mother tongue knowledge 
  • any other business 

I am enrolled in a Bachelor's, which exams/credit shall I state for the calculation of the merit? 
You have to write every exam/credit you have achieved when you apply (art. 11 of the call)

I am enrolled in the second year of a master’s degree, which exams/credit shall I state for the calculation of the merit?
You have to write every exam/credit you have achieved when you apply, cosidering both the exams from your Bachelor's career and your Master's (art. 11 of the call) 

I am enrolled in a master’s degree, how many exams/cfu shall I state? 
All exams passed and credits obtained in the first level degree course (art. 11 of the Call) must be included in the application.
If the student has a first level degree in another University, it is necessary to include in the application all the exams passed with the relative score in /30s, the credits and all the other credits acquired during the period of study at the University of origin. (Art. 9 of the Call).
If the student is enrolled in a master’s degree, he has to include all the exams already passed and / or cfu obtained. In the calculation of merit, these exams / credits are also considered.

How do you calculate the merit? 
(Art. 11 of the Call) It dipends on the faculty and degree. 

For students enrolled in a bachelor’s or a single cycled degree: 

Merit is a result of [1]

  • weighted average of their grades (weighted with their credits) of the exams passed in the current academic year. Traineesheps and qulifyings are excluded from the evaluation:

N is the number of exams passed, Vi is the mark of the nth exam, Ci are the credits for the nth exam. If, for example, a student achieved two exams (5+3 credits) obtaining marks equal to 28 and 20, their weighted average is: 

Exams passed with honors weights 30,10;

For students enrolled in a master’s degree course: 

Merit is a result of [1]

  • weighted average of their grades (weighted with their credits) of the exams passed in both the Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree course. Traineeships and qualifying’s are excluded from the evaluation:

 N is the number of exams passed, Vi is the mark of the nth exam, Ci are the credits for the nth exam. If, for example, a student achieved two exams (5+3 credits) obtaining marks equal to 28 and 20, their weighted average is: 

 Exams passed with honors weights 30,10;

 


[1] if it’s required passing an exam, it’s to be added the obtained mark.

 

Can PhD students and students enrolled in Specialisation Schools apply for Student-collaboration scholarship?
No, it’s not possible to apply since these Calls are only for Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree students. (art. 6 of the Call) 

Can students from other faculties (Italian or International) apply for Student-collaboration scholarship?
No, only students from Sapienza University can apply (art. 1 and 11 of the Regulation and art 6. Of the Call)  

How many years can i fall outside prescribed time before being excluded from the Student-collaboration scholarship?
There’s any limit in terms of falling outside prescribed time to apply. Nevertheless, those students get a penalty in the calculation of the merit. (art. 2 of the Regulation and art 12 Of the Call)  

 

Which are the activities I can collaborate with?
(art. 6 of the Regulation) the places and activities in the Student-collaboration scholarship are:

  • Libraries and Museums belonging to Sapienza University of Rome 
  • Laboratories belonging to Sapienza University of Rome;
  • Didactics structures (study rooms, interactive rooms etc)  
  • Academic Programmes and Right to EducationOffices 
  • Welcome, counselling, information services 
  • Support services for students with Physical and Learning Disabilities

Students who win scholarships can’t substitute the university staff for any reason. They will support them.

The collaboration will occur inside Sapienza University

It is possible to include tutoring activities in the collaboration. 

How long does the collaboration lasts?
150 hours per year, in agreement with the assigned structure necessities.  Generally, it’s a daily task lasting from 2 to 4 hours. At the end of the 150 hours the collaboration is automatically concluded (art. 7 of the Regulation)

In case of graduation or waiver, the student will be paid his working hours only if their amount is at least 25 hours. (art. 8 of the Regulation)

 How are penalties calculated? 
Students fallen outside prescribed time will have their merit score decreased of one point for each year they have fallen outside prescribed time. The results of the rate between credits achieved and total of credits, multiplied for 30, is also decreased by one for each year.

Can I insert in the application exams/credits achieved abroad? 

You can do it only if those exams have already been registered and recognized in the Sapienza University system.

Are ex. art. 6 exams of the Regio Decreto n. 1269/38 are to be included in the merit calculus? 
These exams are not included in the merit calculus because they do not give any credit.

Are single courses to be included in the merit calculus? 
These exams are not included in the merit calculus if they haven’t been registered in the student career.

In a previous university career abroad I achieved cfu/exams, can I include them in the application?

If those exams have been converted in x/30s marks by the universitary system, they will be considered in the weighted average. Credits will be considered if they have been registred and recognized in the students most recent studying course, as well. 

In case I am chosen as replacement for part of the hours for the renunciation of another student, when I will be paid?
In this event, the fee is paid in a single solution at the end of the activity, regardless of the number of hours worked. In the case of end of the deed of appointment for proven disciplinary reasons, the beneficiary will not receive any emolument. (Art. 8 of the regulation).

Which is the minimum numebr of hours I have to do to be paid? In case of graduation or waiver, the student will be paid his working hours only if their amount is at least 25 hours. (art. 8 of the Regulation)

 

Locations

Academic Programmes and Right to Education

Right to Education Area

Supervisor
Maria Teresa Raffa

Contact
Roberto Foglia
dirittoallostudio

PEC
for requests and official documents
pec right to education

Opening Hours
monday, wednesday and friday
from 08.30  to 12.00
tuesday and thursday
from 14.30 to 16.30

© Sapienza Università di Roma - Piazzale Aldo Moro 5, 00185 Roma - (+39) 06 49911 - CF 80209930587 PI 02133771002