Study Plan

What is a study plan?

The study plan is the complete set of exams that you need to sit in order to graduate.

Each degree programme envisages a certain number of learning activities (course units, laboratories, other activities): some are compulsory, others are elective. The sum of the compulsory and elective activities represents your study plan.
When compiling your study plan, you can choose some exams from a predetermined list (optional) and others with complete freedom (free choice) in order to achieve the credits required for graduation.

How to present a study plan

A study plan can be presented by properly enrolled students who have paid their tuition fees. The study plan must be presented via Studenti Online, which is accessed using your University username and password.
In addition to this on-line presentation, some degree programmes also require certain types of student enrolled under certain systems to present a hard copy of their study plans. The forms and methods of presentation are detailed on the website of the degree programme.

When to present your study plan

You can present and amend your study plan in two distinct periods during the academic year. To find out the deadlines and obtain more detailed information consult the website of your chosen degree programme.