Didactic offer

The Didactic offer (manifesto degli studi) of each course contains more information about the organization of courses, the compulsory preparatory exams, traineeships and stages and the final exam.

Didactic offers for students enrolled in previous academic year are available at page Rules and Regulations.


The Course syllabus provide all information about course program, teachers, bibliography, credits and assessment.
You can find your courses syllabus by searching them on Esse3 website in Search teaching activities page.

Study Plan

With Study Plan you choose the teaching activities you want to include in your course of study (courses, laboratories, internships, etc.), based on Didactic offer and Didactic regulations. Information about how to fill in the Study Plan for a.y. 2021/2022 will be update in the next few weeks.

Instructions for elective and additional courses:

  • elective courses: the student 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: the student 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).

Schedule and Calendar

Schedule changes will be notified

  • through the application "Orari e aule" ("Schedule and classrooms", Italian version only)
  • or with a notice on the bulletin boards, also available online at Today's notices page.


Exams sessions: Exam session notice board

In order to know how to register to exams, please read the Esse3 Guide for International students.

In order to enroll for language exams please see the Department Language Programmes on CLA website (University Language Centre) at the Exams page.

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.

e-Learning, University Library 


All students that did not earn a bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering at the University of Trento are invited to attend a specific area tutoring course on basic knowledge required to proficiently attend the courses proposed during the MSc Degree in Mechatronics Engineering.

In the academic year 2020/2021 the lessons will be held on Fridays from 5 to 7 p.m. in room A105 (Polo Ferrari 1). Anyway, synchronous distance learning is guaranteed via Zoom.
Some dedicated lessons will be organized in order to study extra arguments or in-depth discuss specific topics requested by students attending the tutorship lectures.
The tutorship lectures will be held in english. Additionally, a course in Google Classroom platform will be activated, where students can find the content of each lecture, download the material (notes and exercises) and be actively involved. The code to get access to the Classroom course will be given during the first lecture.

The "Basic tutorials for Mechatronics" playlist can be found on the Department's Youtube channel with a series of video tutoring lessons in digital format on some specific topics considered as basic knowledge acquired for Mechatronics master's students. This is a support material, in addition to usual tutorial classes.

For further information, please contact laura.zampieri-1 [at] studenti.unitn.it or francesco.biral [at] unitn.it.

Aggiornato il
27 October 2022