Here you can find essential information about the organization of the course, class schedules, curricula, and course content, as well as how to register for exams.

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Courses, credits, attendance

The study program consists of various educational activities (also called courses) such as lectures, seminars, labs, internships, projects, or thesis work, taught by one or more instructors. Courses and exams are spread across different years according to the rules outlined in the course's educational regulations.

Each activity is measured in ECTS credits (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System): 1 credit corresponds to 25 hours of student engagement, including individual study. Your study path ends when you have completed all required educational activities and credits specified by the course.

 

Class schedules and rooms, academic periods

Lectures take place at the course's location, the Department of Industrial Engineering at via Sommarive, 9, Trento, 38123 (TN). 

The academic year is divided into two semesters: each semester includes a period for attending lectures and another for taking exams.

The start of each semester's lectures and different academic periods are indicated in the Academic Calendar.

Class schedules and rooms for lessons are published:

Curricula, Syllabi, and Professors’ Materials

To find out which activities are planned for each year (both the mandatory and elective courses), as well as in which semester they are offered, check the document Didactic Offer (“Manifesto degli studi”).

The Educational offerings from previous years are available on the Rules and Regulations page.

Programs for educational activities, professors, books and bibliographies and type of assessment are indicated in the Syllabus for each activity in UniTrento's Course Catalogue.

Learning contents and resources are published by professors in the Moodle Online Teaching courses.

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Record book and Study Plan

The online Record book is the tool that contains all the approved educational activities in your study plan, including those you must complete and those you have passed, along with credits and grades. It can be found

You cannot take exams for educational activities that have not been approved in your study plan and are not listed in your Record book.

The Study Plan is the set of educational activities you want or must complete in your educational plan, and it must be approved before you can take exams: 

Exams

Exams are the assessment moments held at the end of each educational activity. They take place during specific periods at the end of each semester and on predetermined dates (exam sessions). Some activities may have intermediate assessments (intermediate tests) before the final exam, during the lecture period.

Each period includes multiple exam sessions for the same educational activity.

To take exams and intermediate tests, you must:

  • be compliant with the Yearly enrollment for the current academic year
  • have your photo validated (it is required before exam registration)
  • have the educational activity for the exam listed in your Record book
  • register in advance for the exam session, during a defined registration period established by your study program.

Where to register for exams:

Each final exam is graded, typically on a scale of thirty with the possibility of honors (“lode”) and passing is achieved with 18/30, or it may be assessed as "approved" or "not approved."

When you pass an exam, you earn the credits associated with the educational activity, which are recorded in your Record book.

Knowledge of Italian language

For students who are not Italian native speakers, the knowledge of Italian language will be verified.

The knowledge of the Italian language at A1-CEF level is mandatory to take the exams of the second year of the course. This verification can be adopted to get recognized 3 CFU of “other activities” in the curriculum study.

Safety training courses

Students enrolled in the Master’s course are requested to complete the safety training courses. Further information is available at Safety training for students.

The General training course is mandatory for all students of the University of Trento.

The Specific training course - Low Risk is mandatory for all students of the University of Trento whose study plan includes exercises in computer laboratories.

The Specific training course - Medium Risk is mandatory to access the laboratories of the Department either to carry out research activity (e.g. related to the thesis) or for courses which are part of the study plan, elective ones included.

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21 May 2024