Exam Sessions

Session dates and advices for students

Every academic year three different examination sessions are scheduled during the following terms:

First session

Second session Third session
6 weeks, starting from January, two weeks after the last week of lessons 6 weeks, starting from June, two weeks after the last week of lessons 2 weeks, starting from the week fixed in the teaching calendar of each academic year
Additional restricted session for students who graduate within the prescribed time: April1
Additional restricted session scheduled in October/November2:
According to the Teaching Calendar
 Additional restricted session in March/April2:
According to the Teaching Calendar

1Only for current students who graduate in July
2Only for students who has failed to graduate within the prescribed time; repeating students; part-time students; students workers.

  1. The right dates of each session can be found by checking the Teaching Calendar of each academic year.
  2. The exams at the Undergraduate level are set according to an orientative scheme each academic year. The final calendar with session dates and locations for each exam will be published about two months before the beginning of the session in Examinations session.
  3. The exams at the Postgraduate level will be published about two months before the beginning of the session in Examinations session.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

  • Students must sit examinations as they are provided for and approved in their individual learning agreement.
  • All those students who need to sit examinations for courses not more available and that can't be displayed on Infostud, after a careful checking, must report them to the Didactic Secretariat (dr. Fremiotti) so that she can include all the necessary data such as: personal details of the student, the correct name of the exam required and of the professor holder of the course.
  • Near the examinations session date it's recommended to refer to Exams Advices to find out if any change or unexpected event occurred (although the professors will commit themselves to prevent them).

ORDINARY AND ADDITIONAL RESTRICTED EXAM SESSIONS: RULES AND REGULATIONS

For each course will be provided:

  • two sessions during the exam period that follows the end of the lessons ( in January/February – for the courses held during the first semester, in June/July – for the courses held during the second semester);
  • three sessions in the remaining sessions that is one scheduled in September and two in the other session;
  • two additional restricted sessions, scheduled in November and in April, only for students who has failed to graduate within the prescribed time, repeating students, part-time students, students workers.
    The exams session scheduled in November is also available for those students who are finishing their third year of study and intend to graduate in December or January.
    STUDENTS MUST DECLARE THE STATUS OF: STUDENT WHO HAS FAILED TO GRADUATE WITHIN THE PRESCRIBED TIME, OR REPEATING STUDENT, OR PART-TIME STUDENT, OR STUDENT WORKER AND THEY MUST READ CAREFULLY THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURE TO AVOID ANY CANCELLATION OF THE EXAM.

The procedure to sit the exams in October/November and in March/April is the following:

Students who must sit the exams during the additional restricted sessions scheduled in November and April (mostly during the weeks dedicated to intermediate assessments) must register by filling in the on-line booking form by October 10th and March 15th of each academic year.

Pay attention to the requirements:
students who has failed to graduate within the prescribed time, repeating students, part-time students, students workers,
current students who are going to graduate.
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It's up to the students to demonstrate their status as provided in the Studies Manifesto in accordance with art. 24, art. 30 and art. 32.
Students workers must bring a document showing their status directly to the professor during the examination session ( a self-declaration or a certificate issued by the employer are accepted).

The approriate Secretariat could verify the statement in order to be admitted to the exams session.

The Didactic Secretariat will provide the professor, by October 16th and March 20th, with the list of the students who sit the exceptional sessions.

In case the professor fails to give notice of the exceptional sessions available, students can ask for them, even after the deadline established, directly to the professor and to the Didactic Secretariat for a complete information.