University Colleges of Merit offer university life guidance programmes, which are aimed at final-year secondary school students to help them make an informed choice when it comes to finding the degree programme that best suits their inclinations and that offers suitable career opportunities.

On these occasions, personal guidance interviews are held with potential residents in order to assess their motivations for choosing a university and to check whether they are consistent with their inclinations. Great emphasis is placed on promoting and, to a certain extent, participating in college life.

Guidance methods do not overlap with those already organised by universities and secondary schools, but are successfully implemented in a synergistic way, with the aim of developing a guidance teaching culture.

Just like guidance to university life, an increasingly attentive collaboration with the world of work takes shape in the organisation of master courses and career counselling meetings, in the offer of internships and curricular training, as well as in pointing out career opportunities.

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