Placement Services

The Placement services of AlmaLaurea made available to the consortium universities are intended to facilitate the entry of new graduates into the job market and comply with Italian law ("work connection").


The AlmaLaurea Placement Platform is an extensive range of services that support the university placement office. More than 50 universities use it. Through the Platform each university can publish job offers that only students and graduates of that university can answer.
The Platform allows the placement office to register entities and companies and to carry out intermediation and support activities in the selection of the professional profiles they are seeking.



Its activation is linked to the use of the Placement Platform.
This Bulletin Board allows companies to publish job offers and/or internships, both extra curricular and curricular. The preparation of the offer is handled autonomously by the company, but its publication must be approved by university placement office staff.



Module included in the Placement Platform.
Manages the creation, printing and approval of training agreements and projects. Manages the internship itself by tracking any extensions and suspensions. Automatically gathers assessments from trainees and company tutors. The module is activated separately.



New experimental module added to the Placement Platform to support external recruiting events (meetings between students/graduates and companies).
Companies can set up their own exhibition spaces where students and graduates can submit their CVs in the days before the event. Companies can then view and assess the CVs in advance, making the most of individual meetings during the event. For their part, graduates and students can select in advance the companies that they want to meet and organise their day.
The module is currently available in two versions: basic, which is more simple to use and can be activated quickly, and advanced, with more sophisticated functions and services and for which specific training is required.


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