- Intermediate Exams
- Lesson Times
- Exam Session Calendar
- Custom-tailoring Your Programme
- Honours programme
- Final test
Given the known health emergency situation, ALL THE COURSES scheduled in the second semester have been activated in distance-learning.
For the exams and final tests (BA graduation), Sapienza University is preparing regulations that take into account the current situation, with the priorities of both ensuring compliance with the provisions protecting the health of students and teachers, and preserving the regularity of study careers.
Courses provided in distance-learning
The courses are being activated.
In principle, these will generally respect the original timetables of face-to-face lectures (available on this page).
A study programme can have more curricula to choose from. Students choose their curriculum when they draft their learning path on Infostud.
Each academic programme has its own deadlines for the drafting of learning paths.
For information about the contents of each curricula developed for your study programme, please check the Study Plan box.
At the end of your university studies, Sapienza provides a certificate containing the main information about the student’s curriculum, in addition to the degree.
First year (Year of enrolment 2019/2020)
|MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS I||1015374||First semester||9||MAT/05|
|English language||AAF1101||First semester||3|
|Programming techniques||1035370||Second semester||9||ING-INF/05|
|TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS||1008745||Second semester||6||ING-INF/03|
|GENERAL PHYSICS II||1017999||Second semester||9||FIS/01|
|MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS II||1015376||Second semester||9||MAT/05|
Second year (Year of enrolment 2018/2019)
Third year (Year of enrolment 2017/2018)
|COMPLEMENTARY COURSE IN IN ELECTRONICS||1022788||First semester||6||ING-INF/01|
|ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS||1021941||First semester||9||ING-INF/02|
|LABORATORY OF ELECTRONICS||1022105||First semester||6||ING-INF/01|
|CIRCUIT THEORY II||1022910||First semester||6||ING-IND/31|
|Networks and operating systems||1035355||First semester||9||ING-INF/05|
|ELECTRIC MEASUREMENTS||1021844||First semester||6||ING-INF/07|
|Operations research||1002027||First semester||6||MAT/09|
|REMOTE SENSING||1022907||First semester||6||ING-INF/03|
|ELECTRONICS II||1021956||Second semester||9||ING-INF/01|
|BUSINESS ECONOMICS AND ORGANIZATION||1001984||Second semester||6||ING-IND/35|
|INTERNET WORKSHOP||1022857||Second semester||9||ING-INF/03|
|THEORICAL INFORMATICS||1023155||Second semester||6||ING-INF/05|
|A SCELTA DELLO STUDENTE||Second semester||12|
|English Advanced||AAF1376||Second semester||3|
|FINAL EXAM||AAF1001||Second semester||3|
The exams are postponed, waiting for the forthcoming provisions by Sapienza University.
In normal conditions, mid-term tests are carried out through:
- written exams
- oral exams
- lab tests
Face-to-face classes have been cancelled, but courses are provided in distance-learning
Information Engineering (Latina location)
Three-years degree A.Y. 2019/2020
FIRST YEAR - download: orario 1 sem.1 anno 2019-20
SECOND YEAR - download: orario 1 sem. 2 anno 2019-20
THIRD YEAR - download: orario 1 sem. 3 anno 2019-20
FIRST YEAR - download: orario 2 sem.1 anno 2019-20
SECOND YEAR - download: orario 2 sem. 2 anno 2019-20
THIRD YEAR - download: orario 2 sem. 3 anno 2019-20
EXAMS ARE CURRENTLY SUSPENDED
The calendar of the current academic year foreseen by the Faculty is attached.
The teaching calendars of the current academic year and the previous ones can also be consulted
To enroll in individual exams the student can go to: https://www.uniroma1.it/it/pagina-strutturale/studenti
Study plan drafting procedure
Al 2019/2020 the drafting of the study plan proposal by students will be done through INFOSTUD.
An individual study plan is submitted by students during their second year of the degree programme, by using the web application provided by the University, between the end of the first semester and the first month of the second semester.
In order to facilitate this procedure and allow students to have comprehensive and well-balanced study plans (in line with the degree course learning outcomes), the Area Board arranges an adequate organisation to support students; in particular, a “study plan” committee is appointed by the Board, to discuss with students the several possibilities available for their individual study plans and give them advice.
Study plans include:
- compulsory exams, common to all curricula,
- key exams (area-specific: depending on the curriculum students choose),
- 2 elective exams (selected by students among those available).
Study plans have to be coherent with the degree course learning outcomes, so as to enhance students’ future academic and professional career. For this reason, the task of the Information Engineering Area Educational Board is to check and approve or reject the study plans submitted by students.
If an exam is not included in the student’s study plan, the student cannot sit for that exam.
If the individual study plan is defined by following the Area Educational Board’s suggestions, usually it is automatically accepted.
If students wish to submit a different study plan, it is useful to discuss it in advance with the contact lecturer for students’ guidance (list provided at the end of this document). In this case, when submitting their study plan, students should indicate in the final remarks when it was discussed with the contact lecturer.
Students can discuss all aspects of their study plan with the contact lecturer for students’ guidance or the study plan coordinator before submitting it.
Bachelors Degree in Information Engineering
Study Plan Coordinator
Prof. Marco Temperini
Office hours: see http://www.dis.uniroma1.it/~marte MESSAGES/COMMUNICATIONS area
- prof. Giuseppe Catalano (email@example.com), for the curriculum in Computer/Management Engineering and students choosing Management Engineering;
- prof. Alessandro Falaschi (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the curriculum in Electronic/Telecommunications Engineering and students choosing Telecommunications Enginnering;
- prof. Marco Temperini (email@example.com), for the curriculum in Computer Engineering or Computer/Management Engineering and students choosing Computer Engineering;
- prof. Giuseppe Scotti (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the curriculum in Electronic/Telecommunications Engineering and students choosing Electronic Engineering.
The degree course also includes an Honours programme aimed at giving value to the education/training of meritorious students who are interested in activities of in-depth studies and cultural integration. The honours programme consists of additional learning activities, in addition to the courses students attend. The whole set of these activities does not give way to recognition of credits that can be used to obtain Sapienza University degrees. Students can apply to be admitted to the honours programme at the end of their first year of the degree programme, and they have to hold the minimum specific requisites required for it. A tutor will be assigned to each student. Terms and conditions for admission and honours programme activities are indicated on the degree course web site. Upon graduation, those students who also completed the honours programme will receive a certificate issued by the Dean’s office of the Faculty of Information Engineering, Computer Science and Statistics
Terms and conditions for admission to the Honours Programme are defined every year through a call for applications.