School and university

A fruitful and increasingly appreciated way of collaboration between high school and university is the direct experience of university teaching by students in the last three years of high school, at the university or in schools.

Cycles of lessons, seminars and workshops monitored by university professors and researchers are systematically organised, with a dual purpose:

support and enhance the training offer of high schools with high scientific level thematic insights identified and agreed upon among teachers;

create opportunities for more engaging orientation, offering young people the opportunity to measure themselves concretely with the specific disciplinary contents and methodologies typical of the university world; this will help to better outline the choice of the degree programme.

Participation in these courses may provide for the release of recognized credits for the State Exam or CFU (University Formative Credits), recognizable in a subsequent enrollment in a course of study at the Catholic University.