Course offer, regulations

  • The Course offer ("Manifesto degli Studi" in Italian) lists the courses offered by the Mater's course during the academic year.
  • The Programme Regulations ("Regolamento didattico", available in Italian only) of the Master's degree indicates all the exams you have to pass and the rules you have to follow in order to obtain the Master's degree.
  • The Syllabus of each course is available at Esse3 > Didactic Activities, by selecting Dipartimento di Matematica as Faculty.
    In the Syllabus of each activity you can find information about its content, lecturers, bibliography, number of credits (CFU in Italian), specific prerequisites/rules (if any) and type of assessment (oral and/or written examination, papers, presentations, simulations...).

Study Plan

In order to register to exams, you have to include the corresponding teaching and learning activities in your Student Record on Esse3 by filling in your Study plan: information about how and when you can change your study plan are available at the beginning of each academic year at page Study plan deadlines and how to.

Second year courses that are associated to any of the six tracks course offer are organized to avoid any schedule conflict. Any modification of the proposed second year study plans may generate schedule conflicts. Before compiling a modified study plan, second year students are invited to check the time and location of any elective course they wish to include in it.

Lectures schedule and Academic Calendars

Lesson times will be available before the beginning of each semester on the UniTrento Classes schedule.

Examination Sessions

You can take an exam, if you have the corresponding activity on your booklet in "Esse3", only after you have registered to it online via Esse3 - reserved area > section Exams> Exam sessions.

External activities

To carry out activities outside the UniTrento location and related to the thesis projetc or with a particular course, a specific authorization in order to grant insurance coverage is required.

e-Learning, University Library and further resources

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28 June 2022