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Urbino University’s Lifelong Learning programmes are also designed for people from the working world or who are at least launched on a professional career.

Classes of most courses are held during the weekends. This teaching formula is devised to allow also workers to attend. Most such courses are also open to unemployed persons.

Most courses are conducted in Italian.

All the courses foresee the issuing of university credits (ECTS). Also, on completion of the Lifelong Learning Programme courses, a certificate is issued.

You may view the list of Lifelong Learning Programmes at Urbino University, for the current academic year, in English: titles and short description. Full details are in Italian.

Business culture in the Italian context (BCIC)  
Lifelong learning program


The Advanced Studies Course in Business Culture in the Italian Context is designed to strengthen knowledge of theoretical and contextual factors that influence the role of Italy in the global economy.  This objective is reached through educational and teaching activities that investigate the themes of Italian culture, global economic processes, competitive effectiveness and Italian language in order to provide the student with refined analytical skills in the global areas of business and finance necessary for professionals able to understand and manage the complex connections between culture, society and economy.  Among the objectives of this course is the education of professionals that demonstrate transversal skills useful for working in Italian and foreign economic and business sectors such that they can successfully create and implement strategies and policies of internationalisation and cooperation between Italy and global markets.  For this purpose, lessons will be taught in English and the programme’s focus course – Competitive Effectiveness – will require students to develop a practical and applicable marketing plan together with a local Italian company. Foreign students are required to take two levels of Italian language.

Clinical Psychodiagnostics  
Lifelong learning program

Psychodiagnosis represents a specific activity of the clinician psychologist with individuals both in developmental age and in adult age.

To perform correct psychodiagnosis, besides theoretical knowledge on various types of impairments which may interfere on the psycho-social wellness of the individual, in different phases of life, technical specific expertise is necessary about the instruments suitable to assess the possible different clinical profiles of impairment.

The graduate Courses in psychology give, in general, only basic competences in relation to psychometric tests, both for the wideness of the range of available instruments and for the continuous updating of the same. Therefore a clinical psychologist often does not have the necessary mastery for the use of the variuos types of test, representing the “tool kit” needed for the profession of a clinical psychologist


The postgraduate Course has the general aim to transmit theoretical and techincal knowledge on the use of the main typologies of psychological tests, useful for making a diagnosis and drawing up treatment plans in  different kinds of psychological impairment, both in developmental age and in adults.


Specific objectives of the post-graduate Course refer to the theoretical-practical training for the assessment in the different areas:

  • - assessment of intellectual abilities (WISC, WAIS, Raven, Leiter-3)
  • - assessment of the personality structure (MMPI, CBA) 
  • - assessment of the learning abilities (reading, writing, maths)
  • - assessment of the neuro-psychological functions
  • - assessment of the  linguistic abilities (lexical comprehension and production , morpho-syntactic and metalinguistic abilities)

Specific practical training on the use of more recent versions of principle psychometric tests (e.g. WISC-IV, AC-MT-R)  and/or  of more recent standardizations (e.g. Raven: CPM2008; SPM2013, Leiter-3)

Forensic expertise and psycological evaluation in court 
Lifelong learning program

The course arises and assumes that the problems related to the subject and the minors are evaluation of the psychic damage, abuse and maltreatment on minors.
In addition to the legal framework of the individual topics, these are psychological competences, both in the civil and criminal sphere.
Furthermore, it is intended to provide a general framework in which to place the different services, communication problems, regulatory constraints.
The course is aimed at people who face these problems and who try to deepen theoretical and methodological aspects, whether it is a forensic psychology.
The course therefore aims to train psychologists to carry out counseling and office activities and for jurists to face an interdisciplinary professional activity. It allows you to acquire the training required by the criteria established by the National Order of Psychologists for admission to the Register of Technical Consultants of the judge.

Graduates can take part in educational sciences, sociology, social service or other languages that are evaluated by the Course Management if they are congruent with the objectives of the Course as auditors. A certificate of attendance will be issued as per the Regulations.


Professional Socio-Pedagogical Educator
Lifelong learning program

High specialisation two year course

Teaching and comunicational methods in specific learning disabilities, in special educational needs and in developmental and behavioral disorders 
Lifelong learning program

The course aims to provide participants with concrete tools and practical methodologies to be used in teaching-learning contexts with all children, even those in difficulty, to facilitate access to concepts and disciplinary content through a plurality of channels and strategies.

During the lessons you will learn and experience in first person the use and functionality of teaching practices, technological tools and communication-relational strategies that take into account the individual differences and the specific difficulties of the boys and, without mortifying the self-esteem and actual intellectual abilities, favor the development of autonomy and the growth of a sense of personal effectiveness.

The course is aimed at people who already face these problems and who therefore want to deepen their knowledge and specific skills, both to people who wish to train to pursue a career in the educational contexts of teaching and education.

The enrollment in the Course is compatible with the simultaneous enrollment in a master's degree, a degree course or master's degree, a PhD, or TFA.



Those who wish to attend the course may also participate as Uditori (listeners) without being in possession of the required qualification (for example, those who only hold a high school diploma related to the areas of nursery or mother education, or to the 'primary education). The questions will be evaluated by the Direction of the Course if they are congruent with the formative scope of the Course.

The uditori do not take exams and tests, do not receive credits, and at the end of the course they are issued a certificate of participation. For the uditori a reduced contribution fee is foreseen.

Trauma and psychosocial care
Lifelong learning program


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