Incoming Student Ombudsperson
Scope of action
- The incoming student ombudsperson makes sure that all the academic and service-related activities devoted to foreign incoming students are carried out in a transparent and fair way;
- the incoming student ombudsperson reports to the governing bodies any failure, delay, irregularity or risk of discrimination perpetrated against incoming students;
- the incoming student ombudsperson may request the assistance of any bureau or department involved in a dispute.
Foreign incoming students, temporarily assigned to a UNISS department, taking part to mobility programmes for study or placement, according to UNISS current regulations and bilateral agreements, undersigned and agreed upon by the sending institutions;
SUPPORT FOR STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
Accessibility: Most infrastructures are free of architectural barriers and are equipped to host students with disabilities. However we kindly ask you to always contact us in order to evaluate each specific case and the interested premises. (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Accommodation: Rooms equipped for students with special needs are available at the Student’s Hall. For information, please write to email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
Library: Within University library Network specific tools are available for students with disabilities, such as enlarger softwares to support reading, internet access point with Braille keyboard; computers with voice recorder.
Learning support: Students may refer to the Delegate for disability matters of each Department, in order to discuss specific learning needs.
Assessments: Specific support during the exams may be discussed and agreed with the Delegate for disability and with the Professors.
For further information you amy also visit the dedicated section on the Italian website (Italian language).