Study plans must be prepared, using the UNIWEB online portal (usually by students enrolled in the last year of the Degree Course, and who are on time with their study curriculum). The deadlines to complete the study plans will be advertised, largely in advance, on this web site.
Types of study plans
Two types of study plans are contemplated:
· Automatically approvable
· Necessitating approval by the Degree Course's Assembly
The first type includes the optional exams which are proposed in the Educational Offer for the cohort to which the student belongs (defined by the academic year of first enrollment).
The second instance differs from the first only in the optional exams. In this case the optional courses can be chose from other Degree Courses , as long as they are coherent with the Educational Objectives (Art. 10, para. 5(a) of the D.M. 270). In order to have a pro-forma evaluation of the proposed study plan, students may contact the faculty in charge of the study plans.
The study plan is valid until graduation, thus the student who has already presented a study plan in previous years does NOT have to present a new one, unless changes have incurred in the original plan.
Notes for the preparation of study plans
The online preparation of the study plan, through the UNIWEB web portal must occur respecting the deadlines advertised on this web site. The insertion of optional exams (in the case of study plans requiring approval) is contingent upon the identification of the correct exam numerical code. For exams which have already been taken, this code is visible in the students' online exam diary; on the other hand the student should check that the chose exam corresponds exactly (with particular regard to the CFU/ECTS) to the one that is intended. It is not required that the student has already taken the exams included in the study plan (the study plan is an INTENDED study plan) and niether are the date of the exam and the mark obtained required, even though space for this information is present in the form to be filled in and printed.
You are reminded that the CCS will not approve study plans having an excess of CFU/ECTS for the purpose of graduating, except in the case of CFU/ECTS required in order to round-off the total of CFU/ECTS which may be required in the case of optionally chosen exams. Students are however allowed to take extra exams during their study career, but these will be registered as "outside the study plan" and they will not be used in the calculation of the final weighted average. Thus, the study plan should not inlcude the Educational Activities which were chosen with the scope of reaching the minimum CFU/ECTS required for admission to the Master's Degree Course-95 (teacher's training), or to improve language skills in view of an ERASMUS student exchange (English Language 2).
ERASMUS students or those currently involved in a Double Diploma program or are involved in any other student exchange program are not expected to prepare their study plan online, due to the fact that this state of affairs often involves non-conventional study units. For such students, please see the following paragraph (particular cases).
All students must comply with the established deadline for the online procedure, which will be duly advertised. ERASMUS students or those currently involved in a Double Diploma program or are involved in any other student exchange program are not expected to prepare their study plan online, due to the fact that this state of affairs often involves non-conventional study units. For such students, please see the following paragraph (particular cases).
Particular cases (students who are repeating, have been tansferred or who have already presented a study plan in the past, etc.)
For those students who do not expect to complete their studies during the current academic year (either because they are repeating a year or because they have not passed all the required exams yet) the presentation of a study plan is probably untimely, given that the optional exams available can change from one year to the next; in such cases it is advisable to present the study plan only if strictly necessary (i.e. if the student intends including compulsory exams which are different from those normlly required in the opening year/s).
Students in their final year, who are not included in the cohort for which the procedure is activated (i.e. because they have repeated one or more years, or they have been transferred from another university, etc.), are requested to print out the record of the exams taken so far. To these add in, by hand the exact codes taken from the Educational Offer of the courses which the student intends to take, including optional ones, as well as any other educational activities required in order to graduate. The student should make sure that that in this "study plan", CFU/ECTS sum up to the total required in order to graduate, and to SIGN and hand in the plan to the Student Office present in the Educational Complex Fiore di Botta, respecting the same deadlines as those for the online study plans.
Students who are involved in an ERASMUS exchange or in a Double Degree program should comunicate via email to the faculty in charge of study plans, the intended study plan. On their return from the exchange period, such students should contact the faculty in charge of the study plans as soon as possible in order to produce an established study plan and formalize their position.
Changes to the study plan
The student wishing to modify the learning plan in the absence of openings of the procedure before the graduation, should proceed as follows:
Print a copy of the arranged form (if the plan study was presented before the advent of UNIWEB, the student should request a copy from the Student's Office) and modify it as necessary.
The form must be SIGNED and handed in to the University Student Office respecting the same deadlines as for the online study plans, and indicating that the plan has been modified.