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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 examination consists of the discussion of a written report on an activity carried out during your course of study, agreed upon with a lecturer, which may be:

For the methodological curriculum, the final test is worth 3 CFUs, corresponding to about 8 hours per day for 9 days, and consists of a project agreed upon with one of the faculty members of a second- or third-year course.

For the professional curriculum the final test is worth 12 CFUs, corresponding to an average of 8 hours per day for 38 days, and can be combined:

  • with a internship at a company or other
  • to an activity agreed with a lecturer and linked to a project or to an in-depth study of one of the topics covered in a course you have taken (including abroad)

The discussion is in all respects an examination with questions and evaluation by the commission and takes place in the period between the delivery of the final examination and the proclamation, on a date to be determined on the basis of the commissioners' commitments and the number of candidates.

The official dates correspond to the proclamation, i.e., the official conclusion of the course of study, which will take place on a different day from the discussion with the conferral of the degree and the announcement of the degree awarded.

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.

 

 

Deadlines

To take the final test:

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  1. At least one month before graduation, sign up on Aulaweb for the Manage Final Exam form. Enter your graduation question and complete the questionnaire
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  3. Fill out the graduation application
  4. online.
  5. If you wish and if you do not want to continue your studies, you can subscribe to the Computer Science graduate email list to receive job offers from companies and be informed of future initiatives organized by your degree program. You can subscribe online or, alternatively, send an email, specifying in the subject line "sub graduates-disi First Name Last Name"
  6. At least one week beforehand, deliver to Aulaweb a PDF copy of your final test report. Another copy should also be delivered to your advisor
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  8. A few days before, on the AulaWeb form Final Examination/Thesis Surrender in the folder Final Examination Surrendered and Departure Averages (under folder with date of graduation), the calculation of your departure grade will be available
  9. Fill out the Master's Degree Yes, No, Where? questionnaire to help us understand how to improve educational offerings and communication.

N.B. In case you no longer intend to graduate in the session in which you enrolled, you should promptly notify the Student Desk and the Student Secretariat.

Evaluation

When did you first enroll in your course of study?

The final grade of graduation takes into account the score given on the final exam and the entire academic record.

The final grade is awarded through the following criteria:

  1. A base score is calculated, obtained from the average of the grades of the individual exams, weighted by credits, and excluding the most penalizing grade. The 30 cum laude is scored 33. Finally the score is converted to hundredths

  2. To this base score is added the evaluation score of the final exam:
    • for the vocational pathway, where the final test is worth 12 CFUs, the maximum increment is 6 points
    • for the methodological pathway, where the final test is worth 3 CFUs, the maximum increment is 3 points

  3. For the methodological pathway, there is a "speed premium" for those who graduate within three years of graduation (part-time enrollment years are scored 0.5, and the sum is rounded up). The increment is equal to:
    • 4 points if you graduate before the start of classes of the Master's Degree in Computer Science
    • 3 points if you graduate by October
    • 2 points if you graduate by December

  4. If the score achieved is greater than or equal to 111/110, the graduation committee may grant honors.

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The final grade of graduation takes into account the score given on the final exam and the entire academic record.

The final grade is awarded through the following criteria:

  1. A base score is calculated, obtained from the average of the grades of the individual exams, weighted by credits, and excluding the most penalizing grade. A 30 cum laude is scored 33. Finally the score is converted to hundredths

  2. To this base score is added the evaluation score of the final exam.
    • For the professional pathway, in which the final test is worth 12 CFUs, the maximum increment is 6 points
    • For the methodological pathway, in which the final test is worth 3 CFUs, the maximum increment is 3 points

  3. For the methodological pathway there is a "speed premium" for those who graduate within three years of graduation. The increase is equal to:
    • 4 points if you graduate before the start of classes of the Master's Degree in Computer Science
    • 3 points if you graduate by October
    • 2 points if you graduate by December
    In the case of transferring from another course of study, the increment may be normalized on the basis of the number of CFUs recognized at the time of approval of the transfer file and the expected duration of the course of study, attributed at the time of the evaluation of your past career

  4. If the score achieved is greater than or equal to 111/110, the graduation committee may grant honors.

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