Final examination

Procedure for taking the final exam, details of deadlines and procedure for graduating and writing the degree dissertation.

Every Degree Programme has its own form of final examination leading to a first-cycle or second-cycle Degree.

To be admitted to the final exam a student must:

  • have attained all the educational credits laid down in the degree programme regulations
  • have paid all the necessary fees
  • have received online authorization to graduate
  • have completed the online AlmaLaurea questionnaire.

The final examination tests that the expected learning outcomes of the degree programme have been achieved.

The Examination Board assesses the candidate with reference to his/her curriculum and performance in the final dissertation discussion; the mark awarded by the Board is out of 110. The minimum pass mark is 66/110. The Board may, if unanimous, add ‘cum laude’ to a top mark of 110/110.

Consult the Degree Programme website for details of the graduation process and deadlines.