The dissertation examination consists of the discussion of a research thesis prepared under the guidance of a faculty advisor and subjected to critical examination by a co-rapporteur.
The thesis should develop content:
- critically crafted
- clearly expressed and argued
- framed in an up-to-date critical landscape
To be admitted to the final examination, you must have passed the examinations of all the subjects included in your syllabus and earned the credits related to the other educational activities stipulated by the regulations.
Students are expected to use sources properly, citing them appropriately both in the text and in the final bibliography and always quoting others' words in quotation marks.
In order to counter the misuse of sources available on the web, the texts of the final papers are subjected to an anti-plagiarism check using special software.
If the thesis advisor believes that the student has not used sources correctly, he or she may require the student to revise the thesis in its entirety and, if necessary, to postpone the dissertation to a later session.