Department of Economics & Management Course Managers

Consultation services for students

Students will be able to consult the following Course Managers at the following times on the third floor of the Adelardi Humanities Complex (Polo Umanistico Adelardi, Via Adelardi 33):

Economics Course Managers

Ms. Elena Delfanti

Ms. Elisa Pampolini

Ms. Lorella Zanellati

Will receive students on the following days:

  • Monday from 11 pm to 12 am
  • Thursdays from 10 am to 12 pm

For a consultation it is not necessary to book an appointment by e-mail.

Only urgent matters can be dealt with outside these consultation times, by appointment only.

Remember to check the NOTICES OF CHANGES TO CONSULTATION TIMES (NEWS - see box on upper right) for any changes in consultation session times.

International Students:

Any message for the Coordinator / Course Manager related to the ERASMUS programme (information, learning agreements, signatures, etc.) MUST be sent to:

As an alternative, students are welcome at the COURSE MANAGER OFFICES (in Polo Adelardi, Via degli Adelardi 33 – top floor) on the following days: Monday from 11 pm to 12 am and Thursdays from 10 am to 12 pm


What does the Course Manager do?

  • Provide information on the organisation of teaching on the course
  • Facilitates the learning process and provides information on the course and afferent support services offered by the university via consultation sessions for students
  • Supports the Course Commission in the planning and management of teaching activities (drafting lesson timetables and exam calendar);
  • Monitors the quality of teaching, participating in audit committees.

To contact the Economics degree Course Manager by e-mail:

Use ONLY the following addresses: or!!!

Do not send e-mails to the Course Managers personal e-mail addresses.

Given the large number of queries received by e-mail, students are asked to regularly check the course website for updates and information (in particular, all necessary information should be present on the Work Placement and Graduating (Tirocini e Laurearsi) pages). This will make it easier to deal with any urgent or complex matters received by e-mail in a timely fashion.

Finally, please remember that:

  • Students must only send internal e-mails using their personal UniFe e-mail address (;
  • To speed up response times, students are asked to provide the name of their study course, course category, and year of enrolment in full in every e-mail.


When should you consult the Course Manager?

You should contact the Course Manager if you require:

  • General information on the running of the course programme (initial orientation)
  • Information on programmed work placement or regarding accreditation of external work placements for the relevant exam
  • Information on taking part in university-organised international or overseas study programmes, and how to get your exam results accredited once you return
  • Assistance with your study plan
  • For an initial assessment of previously awarded qualifications, and to ask for ECTS credit recognition
  • Information on courses for incoming Erasmus students

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