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Graduation

Procedures for final exams

The final exam consists in a short paper autonomously prepared by students. This paper will be discussed by students before an ad hoc committee (qualifying modality) or with the supervisor only (honour modality). They will assess the content of the paper and the student’s presentation skills. The topic of the final exam is related to the disciplines of the Degree Course as a practical application and further expansion of the topics learnt in the curriculum. IT skills, as well as the principles of electronic planning are part of the courses. The final exam consists in a short paper autonomously prepared by students and will be discussed by students before an ad hoc committee. Students are awarded 3 credits for this paper. Alternatively, students can choose the honour modality. The final exam accrues up to 12/110 based on the rules described in the final section of the Course Catalogue. The final exam will focus on the disciplines studied in the degree course as a practical application and further study of the topics dealt with in the courses. Further activities are related to these courses based on Art. 10 par 5 letter d of the Ministerial Decree 270/04 and they include IT skills and students’ practice in the technical field of electronic planning.

Deadlines for submission of the application for the final exam.

Not extendable Deadlines for presentation of documents, Academic Calendar and graduation sessions.

 

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