Didactic offer, Regulations, Syllabus
The Didactic offer ("Manifesto degli studi") document includes all the courses offered for your course in the current academic year, while the Didactic regulations (“Regolamento Didattico”) indicates all the exams you have to pass and the rules you have to follow in order to fill in your Study plan and to obtain the Master's degree.
The Course syllabus provides all information about the course program, teachers, bibliography, credits and assessment.
You can find your courses syllabus by searching them on Esse3 teaching activities search.
In your study plan you can choose the teaching activities you want to include in your studies (courses, laboratories, internships, etc.), on the basis of the Didactic offer and the Didactic regulations. Further info is available on Infostudenti website at the page Study Plan of master’s degree course in Information and Communication Engineering.
You can add to your Record book additional courses for a maximum of 12 credits. These supernumerary credits cannot be part of the grade point average and do not count for graduation.
To enter more than 12 supernumerary credits or to replace a course already in the Carrer Plan with supernumerary credits, you have to send an email request to the Students' Support Service.
The reference professor for Study plans will evaluate your request.
Schedule and Calendar
Schedule changes will be notified through the Lecture schedule or with a notice on the bulletin boardsand online at Today's notices page.
In order to take the exams you have to register for each course: for scheduling and deadlines please check the Exam session notice board.
In order to enroll for language exams please see the Department Language Programmes at the CLA (University Language Centre) Exams page.