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Final Thesis and Graduation 

Guidelines for the final Thesis

In order to achieve GIOCA master degree, students have to acquire 120 credits. After completing the courses and the exams of the second year, approximately in March, GIOCA students are required to do a internship within a cultural/artistic organization either in Italy or abroad. 
The dissertation should be prepared under the guidance of a supervisor (relatore) and based on the internship experience. 
The final examination in GIOCA consists of the defense of a thesis judged by a Committee (composed by professors of the School). 

 Please read carefully the attached FINAL THESIS GUIDELINES. 

ABOUT THE GRADUATION

The graduation sessions are the following:
​ -     July (I session)
-     October (II session)
-     December (II session-bis)
-     March  (III session)

The Committee  can give a maximum of 5 points to the dissertation ​that are added to the final weighted average of the student (plus max of 3 points in case of controrelatore - the controrelatore can only be requested by the supervisor and nominated by the director of the program).  

The final evaluation is based on 110/110 (possibly cum laude/with honors).


You can find a front page face template in the guidelines attached. Please remeber, that it is not allowed to use the logo of the University of Bologna in your dissertation.

In order to apply for your graduation and submit your Thesis for the final approval of your Supervisor you need to upload your Thesis in pdf-format on studenti on-line

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