Collegio Einaudi Q&A Questions and Anwsers

 

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How do you enter Collegio Einaudi?

To enter Collegio Einaudi, it is necessary to participate in an admission procedure. For more info on the requirements, visit the Admission Section

What opportunities does it offer?

Annual courses of supplementary training tailored to individual needs and interests;
Economic incentives for international mobility, the achievement of language certifications and study stays abroad;
Opportunities for discovery and participation in the schedule of cultural activities in the city of Turin;
Sports activities in agreement with the CUS Torino (with an 80% discount);
Free counseling and listening services (eg coaching, psychological counseling, mentoring); study rooms in each section.

How much does Collegio cost?

The annual fee consists of a fee to be paid by the College and a fee to be paid by the student.
All students pay special rates, thanks to the ministerial contribution and donations from organizations and individuals.
The annual student contribution is proportionate on the basis of the ISEE and is lower than the actual cost of the study place for all income brackets, in order to enhance the merit and commitment of our students.
The rates are indicated each year by the Board of Directors of the Collegio and reported in the Admission and Confirmation process.

What does Collegio of Merit mean?

The Collegio di Merito is more than just a university residence: it offers university students not only a space to live the university years but a real 360 ° experience: opportunities, incentives and rewards for study, integrative and transversal training compared to the university one and a lively and stimulating community, aimed at accompanying the path of the individual student.

It differs from university residences for the range of additional services compared to residential ones, and access is only possible through a selection process based on merit and personal motivation.

The Colleges of Merit are Bodies recognized and accredited by the Ministry of University and Research.

Is Collegio Einaudi a public or private body?

The Collegio Einaudi Foundation is a private non-profit foundation, recognized and accredited by the MUR, which manages Colleges of Merit.

Can I live in Collegio even if I live in Turin?

Yes, living at Collegio Einaudi is a unique experience! And there are no geographical constraints. The right opportunity to try an experience of independence and autonomy and become part of a young community

Will someone be there to welcome me when I first enter Collegio?

You will find many figures to welcome you:
– at the reception, our custodians will give you the keys to the room and the badge, and will give you the basic information to start orienting yourself in the whole structure – the Tutors, i.e. guest students like you at Collegio, will accompany you to your room, and will show you the section that will host you. The Tutors will be able to support you throughout the academic year regarding:
– the pursuit of the objectives set by the Personalized Training Plan
– access to the numerous opportunities and services of Collegio (e.g. calls, study awards, cultural initiatives, events …)
– understanding of university subjects and study paths.
– finally, after your entry into Collegio, you will meet the Section Director: present in each of the Collegio residence halls, he/she is the point of reference for what concerns community life and the training activities of the PFP.

Furthermore you can always count on your Delegates: each Section has its own representatives, called “Delegates”, who together form the Student Council, whose task is to propose, receive and evaluate proposals for improvement and / or integration of the activities and services that study place holders consider it to be of interest, forwarding any requests in this regard to the General Management

If I am assigned a place to study at Collegio, will I be guaranteed for the entire university course?

All students of Collegio Einaudi, if they want to continue living in the following years at our Foundation, must participate in the confirmation process which provides for certain merit requirements.
For more info, visit the Confirmation section for more info

Can I take advantage of EDISU benefits if I live in Collegio?

Yes, for more requests for clarification on the EDISU call, it is suggested to contact the Regional Body for the Right to Education (EDISU) directly.
Only those who are the winner or winner of a study place in the College will be able to make use of the Einaudi option.
Furthermore, many of our offices are located near the EDISU university canteens.

What is the PFP?

It is the Collegio’s Personalized Training Plan, which each student draws upon entering Collegio and which they undertake to attend for the entire academic year.
The Collegio Einaudi Foundation offers a wide range of multidisciplinary training experiences, complementary to those of university courses.
Taking part in the learning paths at Collegio Einaudi is a dense and engaging experience that is characterized by:
• the high level of personalization of one’s learning path
• expert accompaniment along the way by Collegio staff and professional coaches
• the focus on transversal skills that cannot be renounced for young people who intend to guide their own idea of ​​the future such as Self-Awareness, the Other and the World
• belonging to a living community attentive to self-care, the group and the wider community as areas in which to share one’s merit and cultivate / grow one’s ambitions

Is there a fee for the Collegio training?

No, it is included in the fee

Can I choose the training hours to follow?

It is possible to choose the composition of your PFP but each student of Collegio will have to plan
– 70 hours of training per year for those attending the first 3 years of university
– 25 hours of training per year for those attending the following years

The minimum number of training hours is required by ministerial decrees 672 and 673 of 2016.

What is the ultimate goal of the Collegio’s formation?

The formation of Collegio aims to support female students and university students in becoming People, Citizens, Professionals aware: of their own resources, of the world around them and of their possibility and opportunity to create an impact of growth and improvement at social, environmental and economic.

How can I stay updated on when the admission process will be published?

Subscribe to the newsletter, we will notify you when the next admission procedure is published

How can I contact Collegio?

Find all our references in the Contact section

Training

What is the PFP?

It is the Collegio’s Personalized Training Plan, which each student draws upon entering Collegio and which they undertake to attend for the entire academic year.
The Collegio Einaudi Foundation offers a wide range of multidisciplinary training experiences, complementary to those of university courses.
Taking part in the learning paths at Collegio Einaudi is a dense and engaging experience that is characterized by:
• the high level of personalization of one’s learning path
• expert accompaniment along the way by Collegio staff and professional coaches
• the focus on transversal skills that cannot be renounced for young people who intend to guide their own idea of ​​the future such as Self-Awareness, the Other and the World
• belonging to a living community attentive to self-care, the group and the wider community as areas in which to share one’s merit and cultivate / grow one’s ambitions

Is there a fee for the Collegio training?

No, it is included in the fee

What kind of training path are foreseen in the PFP?

The PFP includes courses aimed at perfecting the study method, at acquiring self-awareness and one’s own resources, at reinforcing soft skills, at guiding one’s study and work choices, and at reinforcing English language skills, at supporting the own psycho-physical well-being, to explore the territory and generate impact in the reference community.

What is the ultimate goal of the Collegio’s training?

The training of Collegio aims to support female students and university students in becoming People, Citizens, Professionals aware: of their own resources, of the world around them and of their possibility and opportunity to create an impact of growth and improvement at social, environmental and economic.

Can I choose the training hours to follow?

It is possible to choose the composition of your PFP but each student of Collegio will have to plan
– 70 hours of training per year for those attending the first 3 years of university
– 25 hours of training per year for those attending the following years

The minimum number of training hours is required by ministerial decrees 672 and 673 of 2016.

Where can I read the rules concerning the management of the Training Plan, including the management of absences from courses?

They are all explained in a document, the Disciplinary, which we advise you to read thoroughly

Will the courses take place face to face or online?

There is no single answer to this question: in relation to current regulations, courses can take place in person, online or in mixed mode. All information is available in the box of the single activity on the dedicated platform.

What happens if I don’t finish the Training Plan by the end of the academic year?

It makes it impossible to apply for confirmation of the place of study for the following academic year and involves the loss of the security deposit.

Once my Training Plan has been completed, can I change it during the year?

It is possible to modify your Training Plan through the dedicated platform at any time during the year, but making sure that the modification takes place at least 7 days before the start of the activities, so as not to compromise its development. To make a change to your Training Plan, contact your Venue Director.

How can I contact the Tutor?

You will meet him upon your arrival at the College or, in the event of his temporary absence, in the days immediately following.

Donate to Collegio Einaudi

How can I donate to Collegio?

It is possible to support Collegio Einaudi

a liberal donation through a bank transfer:
current account in the name of Collegio Universitario di Torino Renato Einaudi
IBAN: IT39 C 03069 09606 100000300289

a liberal donation through a payment on postal current account:
in the name of Collegio Universitario di Torino Renato Einaudi – Treasury Department
current account no. 10827103

online by participating in our crowdfunding campaigns

assigning the 5×1000 to Collegio, signing in the box dedicated to Volunteering and other non-profit organizations, and entering the CF 80082160013

with a gift in the will or with a donation in memory

Why donate to Collegio?

Because it is an investment in the future.
By supporting the activity of Collegio and the merit of its students, you will contribute to the training of young women and men who are eager and capable of contributing to a profound impact of growth and improvement in the social, economic and cultural dimension of society.
By donating to Collegio, you will make the future community better, of which you too are a part!

What are the donations collected for?

The destination of donations is always agreed with the donor through direct contact with the staff or by participating in specific fundraising campaigns.
Donations to the Collegio can be aimed at supporting:
1) Awards and scholarships
2) Fund for the reduction of fees
3) Building redevelopment projects
4) Institutional and statutory activity

Can donations made to Collegio Einaudi be deducted for tax purposes?

Donations from individuals are not currently deductible.
On the other hand, contributions or donations from legal entities are tax deductible and fall within the provisions of art. 100 paragraph 2 ° letter a) of the D.P.R. 22/12/86 No. 917 and subsequent amendments, within the limit of 2% of the declared business income.

I would like to make a will in favor of Collegio, what should I indicate in the document?

In drafting the will, which must be written by hand or prepared at a notary, it is necessary to indicate: ‘I leave the following property to Fondazione Collegio Universitario Einaudi and, if desired, you can also indicate one or more destinations, among the following :
1) Awards and scholarships
2) Fund for the reduction of fees
3) Building redevelopment projects
4) Institutional and statutory activity
In the absence of a specific destination, the Collegio Board of Directors will assign the funds with a specific resolution.

How to support Collegio Einaudi Study Awards

What are the Study Awards?

They are prizes that are awarded to the best students of Collegio based on their academic achievements.
Students can participate in a call that evaluates their performance and awards prizes of 3 different entities: GOLD (€ 2,500), SILVER (€ 1,000), BRONZE (€ 500).
The purpose of the awards is to support deserving young people in their educational path, in order to give concrete support to students who invest in quality training, making every effort to obtain high-level results.
The prizes of an amount equal to or greater than € 500, made possible thanks to a single donor, can be entitled and the donor, if he wishes, can personally know the student who has been awarded the prize and follow him during the course of study.
Donations of less than € 500 are added to other donations, in order to reach the amount established for the various types of prizes.

Who can I contact for information on how to support Collegio?

You can contact Elena Torretta, Head of the Collegio’s Communication and Fundraising Office to the landline number: 011 8126853 or to the mobile phone: 328 8797333 or by email to comunicazione@collegioeinaudi.it