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Preparing the study plan

Information on how to prepare and present 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. Some exams are compulsory, while others are elective.

A study plan can be submitted only by enrolled students who have paid their tuition fees and, in the case of international students, who hold a valid residence permit.

Every year, GrEnFIn students are asked to pick some elective courses from the learning offer, so that you can build your study plan. 

How and When

Students can complete the Study Plan for the a.y. 2023 - 24 in the following two periods: 

1st period:  from 28th September to 20th October 2023

- 1 December  - 15  December 2023 (ONLY for enrolling students or students transfering from another university)

2nd period:
 from 11th January to 23rd February 2024

The study plan can be submitted via Studenti On-Line ("Study Plan"), accessing the website using their University usernames and passwords.

Please note that: 
- if a graduating student (enrolled in the a.y. 2022/2023 at his/her second year) changes the Study Plan in the a.y. 2023/24, he/she will NOT be allowed to graduate in December 2023 or March 2024;

- it is NOT allowed to take exams of elective courses before the academic year in which these activities are planned in your course plan;

- it is NOT possible to fill in the study plan outside the above mentioned periods.

Please, note that even though you work for longer, according to the law a maximum of 12 CFU from external, non-curricular activities can be recognised as part of a degree course. 

Students have to fulfill the requirements for the minimum number of credits.

The maximum amount of extra credits that students can insert in their study plan is 24. These are credits that are added to the minimum required by the university. If obtained, they will be included in the weighted average calculated for the graduation mark.


Studenti Online

The study plan can be presented via Studenti Online by enrolled students who, accessing the website using their University usernames and passwords:
- need to add optional subjects to their plan;
- need to choose a curriculum;
- need to amend choices made in prior years.

After making the desired choices, remember to click on “save” so that your study plan can be presented correctly.

It is also advisable to print a copy of your completed study plan. This copy is in fact the only way to check for formal or substantive errors that might arise after uploading your study plan.

Hard-copy forms

Students who are “fuori corso” (past envisaged completion time for the degree course) or who have transferred in cannot use the Studenti Online system and must use the hard-copy forms.
All parts of the form must be completed correctly and delivered to the administrative office, via the email address during opening hours.


If you select elective subjects from among those offered by the degree programme, there is no need for assessment and your plan is approved automatically and input to your career file.

On the other hand, if you want to choose exams not specifically offered by your degree programme, approval or otherwise will be decided by the Degree Programme Board. You must submit your request by filling the form attached at this page (Highlights) and sending it to

What you CANNOT do:

  • it is not possible to fill in the Study Plan outside the two above mentioned periods;
  • you need to include your chosen modules in your study plan before sitting the exam.
  • ATTENTION: Those enrolled for the academic year 2022/23 to the 3rd year and those enrolled as fuori corso may change the study plan ONLY if they complete the enrolment in the academic year 2023/24, paying the relevant fees. If you choose this option, please note that you will NOT be able to graduate in the graduation session of March 2024 (last session of a.y. 2022/23) and you can only graduate from July 2024, the first session of a.y. 2023/24.

Final dissertation abroad

All the activities concerning the preparation of the final thesis abroad can be inserted in the study plan. These credits can be registered dividing the credits related to the final thesis in two parts. There are 18 credits for the final thesis. In case you prepare the final thesis abroad 12 CFU will be assigned to the activities for the preparation of the thesis, while the other 6 CFU to final dissertation. Therefore, if you decide to prepare your thesis abroad through the specific call or in Erasmus, please contact the International office. (; mail:; sportello telefonico: 051.2098869)