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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.

You will also have to pass tests related to knowledge of:

  • one European foreign language (you will acquire these credits through the recognition of certifications issued by specifically competent facilities for each of the chosen languages)
  • basic computer skills

The final examination consists of the public discussion, before a committee, of a paper written on a topic agreed upon with the lecturer.

The application for participation in the final examination must be submitted at least 20 days before the date scheduled for the discussion of the paper.

What to do to graduate


If you are an undergraduate you must:

  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
  7. .
  8. Fill out the assessment questionnaire for your course of study.


  1. Check that you are current with your tax payment
  2. .
  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.




The final score is formed by:

  • curriculum score (prepared by the central bodies of UniGe)
  • 2 additional points if you have graduated in progress
  • up to a maximum of 7 points for your final paper (awarded by the committee)


When the score reaches (or exceeds) 110, the committee unanimously may award the lode upon the proposal of the lecturer.

N.B.You can graduate only if you have scored no less than 66 points out of 110.


To determine the graduation grade contribute:

  • average of grades from curricular examinations, including grades from internship activities (expressed in hundredths)
  • points awarded for each honors obtained in proficiency examinations (0.2 points per honors, up to a maximum of 2 points)
  • points awarded for duration of studies (0.5 points less for each repeated year, up to a maximum of -1.5)
  • points awarded for any period of study abroad: 1 point for 2 months + 0.5 points for any extension up to a maximum of 1.5
  • points awarded in the performance of the practicum examination (expressed in tenths)
  • points awarded by the graduate committee in the discussion of the thesis (expressed in tenths)

The committee has up to a maximum of 10 points available for:

  • the theoretical-application-experimental paper
  • the practical test
  • the curriculum (excluding marks for praise and repeated years)

The overall mark is rounded up or down to the nearest whole number.


Technical Directions.

For the graduation session you must:

  • print a hard copy of your paper to present to the committee
  • present your thesis with a slides presentation:
    • insert key concepts
    • avoid the premises and general considerations readable on the hard copy