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Final project

What is

To be admitted to the final examination, you must have regularly attended the educational activities and earned the credits required by the regulations.

The final test consists of the discussion, before a committee, of a paper on topics and activities carried out by you during the three-year period; it serves to ascertain your technical-scientific and professional preparation as well as to acquire knowledge useful for entering the world of work or continuing your studies.

What to do to graduate

 

If you are an undergraduate you must:

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  1. Deposit the title of the thesis
  2. Choose the graduate session
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  4. Fill out the AlmaLaurea questionnaire online
  5. Fill out the graduation application online
  6. In case you have books on loan, return them to the library
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  8. Fill out the assessment questionnaire for your course of study.

Remember:

  1. Check that you are current with your tax payment
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  3. Pay the stamp tax of €16 for the issuance of the Graduation Diploma (payable through the online services - payment of fees and contributions)
  4. Check that you have taken all exams and educational activities
  5. Check that they are all marked on your online career.

 

 

Evaluation

 

The evaluation of the final examination by the committee is done by adding a score from 0 to 8 points to your weighted average in hundredths, taking as weight the number of credits associated with the individual educational activity.

 

The final vote, on the other hand, is composed of the sum:

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  • of your curricular average
  • of the final test grade

The sum is rounded:

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  • by default, if the first decimal place is less than 5
  • by excess, if the first decimal place is greater than or equal to 5

N.B.If you spent at least one semester of study abroad, where you acquired at least 12 CFUs, an increase of 0.3 points will be added to the final sum.

If your final grade is at least 112 points, the committee may decide to award you lode.

For more information, please read carefully the Instructional Regulations of the course, available in the footer of the page.