Other Activities, Free choice exams, Extra Credits
(Art. 10, Clause 5, Letter D, DM 22 October 2004, No. 270)
“Other training activities” in the study plan’s TAF F can be:
- activities - especially labs (in Italian) – as part of the range of courses and present in the student’s study plan with identifying codes (eg CPS0000) for a minimum of three credits (and its multiples);
- activities without identifying codes or present in the student’s study plan, but which the Degree Course can recognise and which can be registered in the study plan for a minimum of 3 credits. These activities can include: seminars, conferences, study days, research seminars, workshops, both in Italy and abroad; student organised activities together with Department teacher support; activities for further study, research, volunteering; other ad hoc activities.
(Art. 10, Clause 5, Letter A, DM 22 October 2004, No. 270)
Students can only fill in their study plan on-line when this option is available and they must do so for every year they have been enrolled, in accordance with the rules.
Study plan rules concerning electives exams, T af D, allow students to add one or more of the following training activities:
- Exam/s (in Italian): select one or more same level courses from the University’s entire syllabus, provided it is relevant to the student’s training project;
- Lab/s (in Italian): select one or more same level lab activities from the Department’s syllabus, provided it is relevant to the student’s training project;
- Work placements and internships: select one or more work placements or internships (3, 6, 9 or 12 credits), only when there are no more credits available in Other activities, Taf F. Work placements and internships are subject to the norms published on the Job Placement Office page (in Italian).
Students can add academic activities to their study plan that are not included in their syllabus provided they are linked to the academic year of their graduation (these are known as too many exams that are NOT included in the calculations of a student’s degree average)
This is compliant with "Student regulations" D.R. 98 dated 17/01/2018.
- Up to a maximum of 60 credits over the 180 necessary for the bachelor degree award;
- Up to a maximum of 40 credits over the 120 necessary for the master degree award;
- Up to a maximum of 100 credits over the 300/360 necessary for the five-year master degrees.
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