The final exam involves the composition of a dissertation, which must consist of an in-depth study on a scientific research topic consistent with the candidate’s preparation and the purposes of the Course, and in the subsequent oral discussion of that dissertation.
During the preparation of the thesis, under the guidance of a supervisor and the a co-supervisor, the candidate will acquire:
The Commissions, constituted by professors, researchers or contract lecturers, are made up of at least 5 members including the President and are appointed by the Director of the Department to whom the degree course belongs. The majority of the members must be full professors and researchers. The President is the guarantor of the proper conduct of the exam, in particular with regard to: the use of assistive tools; the guarantee of adequate time for the presentation and discussion of the report and the collegiality of its evaluation; the appropriateness of the behavior of all those present.
At the beginning of each session, the President will ascertain the presence of the candidates by appeal and establish the order of discussion. Each candidate is guaranteed sufficient time to demonstrate the ability to express his / her work in a concise and effective way and to answer the questions posed by the Commission.
The details of the graduation session calendar (with deadlines), enrollment procedures and graduation procedures are published on the Course website, in the "Undergraduates" section.
The final mark recapitulates the student’s entire career, taking into account the achievement by the student of the educational objectives of the Master’s Degree Course.
The final mark results from the sum of three elements:
The final mark derives from a single rounding made on the mark resulting from the sum of all previous elements. Rounding takes place:
The possible addition of honors to the final grade of 110/110 is granted by the Commission only with reference to the evaluation of the dissertation.
The degree exam is passed if the final mark is not less than 66/110.