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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 exam consists of the presentation of a paper in front of a committee.

Guided by a lecturer, you will have to demonstrate your ability to delve into a specific topic from among those covered in your course of study or deal with the experience of your formative internship.

You will be able to write your paper, in addition to Italian, in a European Union language chosen from among those in your course of study.

You will have to do your paper under the supervision of a lecturer in the Department of Education or an external lecturer who teaches in the L-24 (formerly L-34) Bachelor of Science in Psychological Science and Techniques (formerly L-34) and/or the Master of Science in Psychology (class LM-51).

You will need to start preparing your paper at least five months before the date of submission of the paper to the lecturer, which must be at least one month before the graduation session.

Admission to the final examination is, however, linked:

  • to the application for the lecturer's assignment
  • to the filing of the title


What to do to graduate


If you are an undergraduate you must:

  1. Deposit the title of the thesis
  2. Choose the graduate session
  3. .
  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.




Your paper is reviewed by a graduate committee, which evaluates it with a score in hundredths. The committee, appointed by the Department Director, has a maximum of 6 points available to add to the weighted and rounded average of your exam grades (expressed in hundredths).

Of these 6 points:

  • 1 point is awarded ex officio if you are a current graduate
  • 1 point is awarded ex officio if you have at least 3 exams in your curriculum passed with top marks and honors
  • 1 additional point can be awarded if you have at least 6 exams in your curriculum passed with top marks and honors
  • the remaining 3 points are available to the committee, which awards them based on the evaluation of the paper

If you spent a period of study abroad under the Erasmus program, you will also be awarded in the calculation of your graduation grade:

  • 1 point if you have finished your studies within the first year out of the program, provided that during Erasmus you have earned at least 12 CFUs
  • 2 points if you have finished the study abroad program in progress, provided that during Erasmus you have earned at least 12 CFUs