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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.

WHO CAN PRESENT A STUDY PLAN?

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

WHEN TO PRESENT YOUR STUDY PLAN

You can present and amend your study plan in two periods during the academic year. 

The open windows for the 2018/2019 AY are:

First period: from 11 October 2018 – to 30 November 2018

Second period: from 9 January 2019 - to 25 January 2019 (only for 1st year students)

Third period: from 21 February 2018 - to 29 March 2018

Following expiry of the deadlines, the last study plan presented will be deemed valid and no further amendments may be made.

HOW TO PRESENT YOUR STUDY PLAN

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. 

APPROVAL OF YOUR STUDY PLAN

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.

PLEASE NOTE:

In addition to the compulsory courses envisaged by the teaching plan, students can choose from the groups of choices of the course structure diagram. Students are not allowed to select or replace courses which are not in compliance with the study plan regulations. Students have to respect the number of credits (cfu) to be chosen in each group.

For further information please contact: campusravenna.segdidascienzepolitiche@unibo.it