Laurea (First cycle degree/Bachelor - 180 ECTS) in Job and company relations consultant

Degree programme

Programme type Laurea (First cycle degree/Bachelor - 180 ECTS)
Academic Year 2017/2018
General policies and regulations D.M. 270
Code 0915
Course class L-14 - Legal services
Years in which the programme is being held II and III
Mode of study Convenzionale
Admission typology Open access with assessment of basic knowledge
Place of teaching Bologna
Programme Director Andrea Lassandari
Teachers Teachers
Language Italian

Programme profile

Graduates from the degree programme for Labour and Company Relations Consultants have a thorough knowledge of all points interconnected with the labour Law area, and are able to apply the respective regulations.
They also possess expertise in history and philosophy, economics, sociology and the branches of private, constitutional and civil procedure Law.
The curriculum divides into two learning areas and the teaching plan entails activating purely labour Law course units (Market and Labour Relations Law, Safety at Work Law, Social Security Law, Sociology of Economic Processes and Labour Dynamics, Trade Union and Company Relations Law), as well as units with a labour Law connection, explicit or otherwise (European and International Labour Law, Labour Tax Law, General and Labour Criminal Law, Commercial Law). Though seen as an introductory background, the first-year activities have a specific vocational purpose (thus, Roman Law is to serve as an introduction to fundamental notions of Law).
This programme of activities is supplemented by course units designed to take the basic notions to a deeper level and to provide much-needed skills in specific areas, completing the vocational training. To ensure the requisite connection between academic background and professional training, some structured links with the professional and manufacturing world have been forged: training internships are scheduled inside public and private host organizations with a view to giving students the tools of the trade that the working world calls for. A large part of the process of deepening and working through the knowledge input is left to the student's own private study, going over the information acquired until it is mastered.
The students' ability to apply what they have learned is tested by oral and written exams, as well as assessment of personal special papers and group discussion of issues giving students a chance to display their command of the tools and methods taught during the programme.

Expected learning outcomes

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Course units

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Internship

The Study Programme provides for a compulsory internship lasting 300 hours (12 credits) to be carried out at an institution pursuant to the degree programme. The internship can be carried out as of the second year and is an important opportunity for getting in touch with the job market during the course.

Students who regularly work with a labour consultant or carry out similar training can apply to the Degree programme Board to verify whether this activity could be recognised as internship.

Extra-curricular activities

The School organizes seminars and conferences of interest to student

International mobility

The School of Law has put many international initiatives into effect.
The International Relations Office of the School is located in Palazzo Malvezzi, via Zamboni 22.
Office hours are on Wednesday from 11 AM to 1 PM and Friday from 11 AM to 1 PM.
For information you can send an email to: giuri.spin@unibo.it

Access to further study

It gives access to second cycle studies (laurea specialistica/magistrale) and master universitario di primo livello. Masters are post-graduate courses in advanced scientific and high permanent or recurrent training in the reference field.
In particular, the School of Law establishes :
- a Master 's degree in " Safety and prevention in the workplace". It offers a multi-disciplinary specialist knowledge regarding the legal and institutional profiles, economic, managerial and organizational aspects related to the management of safety in the workplace. It further allows students to acquire the necessary tools to perform in different public or private organizations or activities related to the prevention of risks from work.
- a Master's degree in "Labor Law". It intends to train experts in the management of labor relations and industrial relations in the private and public sectors, with a strong propensity to govern the local, national and transnational legal and economic dimension.

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