For admission to the graduate examination, you must have completed all the credits required by the educational regulations of your degree program.
You will have to pre-prepare two copies of the thesis, bound with red cover and with the title page signed by you and the thesis advisor:
- one to be handed to the thesis advisor a few days before the session
- one as a personal copy
You will have to discuss the contents of your thesis, summarized in a series of slides, in a maximum time of 10 minutes.
The graduation examination consists of the discussion of a written paper on a topic agreed upon with your chosen lecturer.
To be admitted to the graduate examination, you must:
- have the form for approval of the topic signed by the thesis advisor
- present the form to the student secretary
- have taken all the courses indicated in your study plan
- have completed all the required CFUs
- have passed the foreign language proficiency tests
- have passed the computer science tests
You can only apply for thesis assignment once you have completed your 2nd year exams.
You will have to propose the topic of your interest to the lecturer, discussing its contents and how to work on it. The topic may be:
- basic (anatomy, physiology, etc)
- clinical (orthopedics, rehabilitation,neurology, etc)
- technical (team sports, individual sports, etc)
- hybrid (clinical-motor, psychological-motor, etc)
During the graduation session you can use slides to be able to better explain your paper and, at the end of the paper, the committee can ask you some questions to conclude the discussion.