WORKING IN MILANO: Quick tips for Students - Part One: the basics

5pm CET Phygital Event
via mercanti 2 20121

Gain a better understanding of the different working status and related complain procedures. Be better prepared in case of receiving a job offer.

Improve your knowledge on how to financially support yourself during the course of studies. 

This workshop agenda is very wide. Our aim is to give you the basic interpretative tools for understanding the work system in Italy.

Q&A time is left after the presentation, you can pose your questions via chat throughout the presentation.


Sign up for this event to participate in person (via Mercanti 2, Milano ( mask and green pass mandate)

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Opening times

Opening times:

5 pm Milano Time

Ticket information

Ticket information:

Participation is free UPON REGISTRATION

Public transport

Public transport:

M3 - M1 Duomo

M1 Cordusio

Get a streamlined, detailed description of the steps and requirements to complete the immigration process: please download the booklets we prepared for our international students and young professionals!



1) Employment law in Italy:

· Work as an Employee

  • Permanent contract (tempo indeterminato)
  • Fixed term contract (tempo determinato)
  • Temporary Agencies (interinale)


2) Work as a self-employed

  • VAT Code (P.IVA)
  • Consultant contract (Co.Co.Co.)


3) Temporary jobs/gig jobs

· How to work autonoumously without P.IVA (Ritenuta d’acconto)

· Occasional jobs (Libretto Famiglia, Prest0)


4) Terms and Conditions in contracts: National Agreement vs. Individual contract

5) Social security, pension, and fiscal treatment



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