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Didactic Regulations and Offer

To find out which didactic activities you have to attend each year, the prerequisites and the rules requested to accomplish the study plan, please refer to:

  • the Didactic Regulations with the rules and the general structure of the course
  • the Didactic Offer (“Manifesto degli studi”), with the list of courses held every year in the various semester.

Syllabus, timetables and calendar

To organize your attendance and study semesters you can refer to:

To follow the lessons, organize your study and follow the progress of your exams, some tools are available:

  • Esse3 web:the digital platform that manages your booklet and your student career. You need to consult the syllabuses of the courses, fill in the study plan, register for the exams and receive the results, carry out the main administrative procedures (tax bulletins, exemption for disabilities, Erasmus applications and scholarships abroad, internships in a company , application for graduation, etc.).
  • UniTrentoApp: view the Record book and the outout of the exams, the Syllabus (contents, bibliography, assessment methods), the timetables.

Exams and Study Plan

To take the exams of the didactic activities foreseen by the course it is necessary:

  • submit the Study Plan in the periods foreseen for your course, so that the exams you want to take are included in your Record book in Esse3. More info are available on Infostudenti website at page Study plan deadlines and how to
  • register for each exam during the registration period

Instructions for elective and additional courses

Elective courses

You must acquire at least 50% of the credits of elective courses choosing from the academic activities offered by the Masters’ degree programmes of the Department of Industrial Engineering.

Additional courses

You can add to the study plan additional courses  for a maximum of 12 credits (these credits cannot  be not part of the GPA and cannot be recognized afterwards).

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.

Aggiornato il
27 October 2022