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:
- a internship
- of in-depth study
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.