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How to compile a Study Plan

WHAT IS A STUDY PLAN?

The study plan is the complete set of exams that you need to sit in order to graduate.

Each degree programme envisages a certain number of learning activities (course units, laboratories, other activities): some are compulsory, others are elective. The sum of compulsory and elective activities is your study plan.

A study plan can be submitted by properly enrolled students who have paid their tuition fees. The study plan must be submitted via Studenti Online, which is accessed using your university username and password.

WHEN TO SUBMIT YOUR STUDY PLAN

It is possible to present your study plan and to modify it at two different times of the academic year.

Deadlines for study plan submissions

The study plan for A.Y. 2018/19 may be submitted from

  • 1 October to 30 November 2018
  • 7 January to 29 March 2019

If you submit your study plan by 30 November, you can modify the plan for the current year during the period after submission.

The completed plan will be visible immediately after it is filled in on-line in the AlmaEsami profile.

Important: Students intending to graduate by 2017/18, therefore by the graduation session of March 2019, may no longer submit a study plan or modify any previously selected course units.

Students paying the first instalment of fees for the new year who modify their study plan may not, under any circumstance, submit a graduation application for March 2019.

You can only sit an exam if the subject is included in your study plan and if the lessons have ended.

Important: Students enrolled in the years following the first, who want to modify a course related to years earlier than that of enrolment, WILL NOT BE ABLE to sit the exam until the current year’s classes have ended

HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR STUDY PLAN

1) Web study plan
 

If you are a current student, and you need to submit your plan for the current year, or modify the choices of the previous years, you can compile your plan on Studenti Online, by logging in with your credentials. The service is available only when allowed.

After you have completed the plan, remember to click "Save", so that your plan can be properly submitted. We also recommend that you print a copy of your compiled study plan (the copy is the only means of verifying formal or substantive irregularities that could occur after uploading).

2) Hard copy study plan 

Students enrolled in their second degree, students who changed their study programme within the University of Bologna, students who transferred from another degree programme or from another university whose credits were recognised, and “fuori corso” students registered by A.Y. 2008/2009 may only fill in and submit their study plan via hard copy. It must be delivered to the Student Administration Office of the School of Arts, Humanities and Cultural Heritage (Viale Filopanti 1 – access by Mura Anteo Zamboni 2/a).

 

How to print the form

Students enrolled in their second degree, students who changed study programme within the University of Bologna, and current students who transferred from another degree programme or from another university whose credits were recognised, must click this link to print the paper study plan form, and print the hard copy study plan related to the registration academic year.

Students registered in A.Y. 2008/2009, who are “fuori corso”, must print the form related to the year of registration:

How to fill in the study plan hard copy

Current students must fill in the study plan of the year in which they are enrolled (1st, 2nd. 3rd), by placing an "X" next to the name of their chosen subject.

“Fuori corso” enrolled students, or “fuori corso” students who want to substitute exams from previous years must insert an “S” next to the name of the subject they want to substitute, and an “X” next to the one they want to put in the new study plan.

On the form, indicate your enrolment number, last name, first name, date, mobile number and e-mail, then sign the form.

Students who have already submitted the plan for the current academic year but want to make changes must write “modifica” (change) on the top of the hard copy form.

Individual study plans for students enrolled in four-year history degrees

 To submit your study plan, you must have already paid your tuition fees.

If you are registered in one of the four-year or five-year degrees and you want to modify your study plan, you can submit your individual study plan request from 1 October 2018.

How to fill in the study plan

Study plan forms are distributed at the Teaching Office of via Zamboni 34.

If you are unable to pick up the form in person, you can request a digital version of it from the Teaching Office.

The subjects that you want to replace must be selected among those activated as reformed system degree courses (L), as follows:

  • If you choose classes from School of Arts, Humanities and Cultural Heritage degree programmes, the subject must be replaced by a 12 university educational credit subject, or by two 6 university credit subjects;
  • If you choose subjects which are not part of the school, a subject must be replaced by one or more subjects, a total of, at least, 10 credits.

Once you have completed and signed your study plan, it will be necessary to put a stamp duty on it and to take it to the Teaching Office, which will submit it for review by the study plan board.

The teachers of the boards are available to students to explain and offer advice about how to compile the study plan.