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Study plan

What is the study plan

The study plan is the set of all the examinations you need to take in order to graduate.

The study plan is the set of all the examinations you need to take in order to graduate.

Your plan includes educational activities, including:

  • teaching
  • laboratories
  • other activities
  • curricular internships

The sum of mandatory and optional activities constitutes your study plan.

Consult the "Study Manifesto", which can be found on the course homepage in the Information box under Documents

and which you can find on the page Manifesti degli studi (by selecting your course).

Filling out the curriculum

Are you enrolled in the first year?

ESCLUSIVELY FOR FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS THE PLAN WILL BE INSERTED OFFICIOUSLY on the basis of the Study Manifesto and the curriculum chosen at the time of enrolment as per the Study Manifesto of their course.


MATRICUALS of those courses in which there are NO elective examinations or options already in the 1st year are NOT required to complete the Study Plan. They will see the standard study plan (Plan as per the Study Manifesto) in their careers from the days following 20 October 2023. 

MATHS of courses in which elective examinations or options are provided already in the 1st year may:

  • Do not complete the PLAN. THE PLAN WILL BE ENTERED OFFICIOUSLY according to the curriculum chosen at the time of enrolment as per the Study Manifesto of their course with the exception of the choice exams. THEY WILL SEE IT ON THE CAREER FROM THE DAYS AFTER 20.10.2023
  • .
  • Complete the Plan in the period indicated above, based on the curriculum chosen during matriculation as per the Study Manifesto of your course, choosing the Standard Plan procedure and making your choices according to the indications provided in the Manifesto. They will see it in their career from the week following compilation.
  • .

If you are enrolled part-time at UniGe you must fill out a study plan. Contact the Student Helpdesk in order to fill out a dedicated study plan.


you must fill out the curriculum.

Students enrolling in subsequent undergraduate or postgraduate years MUST complete the study plan.

PLEASE NOTE: Students in mobility courses to foreign universities must also submit their study plan online by the above deadline.

Procedure for compiling the study plan:

Log in to the Online Services and choose the "Standard Curriculum" option.

Once you have viewed the study plan, and if necessary made your selection for electives or options, you must confirm your proposal.


Log in to the Online Services and choose the "individual study plan" option.

The individual plan procedure is provided for those who:

  •  intend to enrol part-time
    • 1st category - up to 15 credits
    • 2nd category - up to 30 credits
  • have completed, or are in the process of completing, a degree course transfer/transfer in the 2023/2024 academic year and, after having received the resolution of recognition of their previous career, intend to complete a study plan that differs from the one proposed by the BoS in the resolution


How to request a change


Courses - Plan of study

No, it doesn’t.

Yes, you must take at least one of the two scheduled courses (Italian language for foreign students brief – 4 ECTS – or long – 5 ECTS).

The course is specific to students enrolled in the program.

If in your Learning Agreement you decided to include exclusively courses offered by Robotics Engineering, then we can accept you, otherwise you can select and attend Italian Language courses offered specifically for Erasmus students by the University of Genoa.

Yes, upon submission and approval by the Coordinator and the Teaching Office.


Be sure to ascertain whether your proposed changes produce an allowed study plan, i.e., in terms of credits of the various types.


You will be able to propose your changes within a specific schedule that is communicated each year.


Actually, from the 2020/21 Academic Year, Robotics Engineering introduces new courses, more geared towards Artificial Intelligence, but to be framed in the context of Robotics. In fact, robots are not just computer systems, but they are embodied computer system having to physically interact with humans and their environment. This poses a few constraints (but also challenges and opportunities) for the application of Artificial Intelligence techniques to Robotics.

New courses include Artificial Intelligence for Robotics 1 (first year, first semester), Artificial Intelligence for Robotics 2 (first year, second semester), Machine Learning for Robotics 1 (first year, second semester), and Machine Learning for Robotics 2 (second year, first semester).

Ancillary courses deal with Artificial Intelligence as well, and these include Virtual Reality for Robotics (second year, first semester), Ambient Intelligence (second year, first semester), and Computer Vision (first year, second semester).