Human capital in businesses \ University of Bologna

The University of Bologna provides businesses the opportunities and tools to develop their own human capital through the recruitment of new qualified resources and the provision of continuing education for existing staff.

Company personnel training

The University of Bologna supports businesses in their innovation processes and in their related organisational and professional changes, which often require the updating of competences already held or the acquisition of new ones. Starting from the company requirements, the University defines and develops customised vocational training projects using competency-based learning models.

The companies are guided in identifying the most appropriate solutions within the University’s broad Programme Catalogue which, at different levels of study and vertical integration, covers every topic in the scientific, technical, technological, legal and regulatory, social and psychological, economic and managerial fields.

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Staff recruitment

Every year, the University of Bologna produces a wide variety of talents ready to enter the job market, and supports companies in their search for qualified personnel among its graduating students and graduates.

In this field, the opportunities for businesses run from teaching partnerships, coming into contact with students before they graduate, to Job Placement services, designed specifically to facilitate contacts with and recruitment of fresh graduates.

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