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Preparing the study plan

Information on how to prepare and submit the study plan

WHAT IS A STUDY PLAN?

A study plan is a set of all the exams you have to take in order to graduate.

WHO CAN SUBMIT A STUDY PLAN?

The study plan can be submitted 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 fill in your study plan in three periods during the academic year.

The open windows for the A.Y. 2020/21 are:
- First period: from October 12th to November 15th, 2020
- Second period: from January 15th to February 15th, 2021
- Third period: from April 1st to April 10th, 2021 

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

HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR STUDY PLAN

Studenti Online

The study plan can be submitted 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 amend choices made in prior windows.

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.

Students ‘fuori corso’ (past envisaged completion time for the degree course) or students transferred from another programme/University,  cannot submit the plan on Studenti Online and need to use the attached  form to be delivered/sent to the Student Administration Office (after receiving the Degree Programme Board approval if needed).

FREE-CHOICE ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES

Second year students must choose 9 credits from the elective academic activities available and/or all the exams activated by the School of Science and by the Degree Programmes activated within the categories LM-2 (Archeology), LM-89 (History of Art) and LM-24 (Engineering of Building Processes and Systems) defined by the Ministry of Education.

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, you will have to ask for the Degree Programme Board approval.
You can submit your request sending an email (including the code and name of the course unit you want to choose and the link to the course contents page) to the Programme Coordinator within the deadline established for each window.

INTERNSHIP OR PREPARATION FOR THE FINAL EXAMINATION 

Students enrolled from a.y. 2016/17 can decide to perform their internship/preparation for the final examination in Italy or abroad.

Students can select the activity Internship or Preparation for the final examination abroad (among the Type “E” activities) if an activity of thesis preparation abroad is performed during an Erasmus/Overseas mobility period or as a consequence of being assigned a scholarship or grant for Thesis Abroad by ​Fondazione Flaminia or the Chemistry Department, or during a different kind of mobility authorized by the Degree Programme.

If the decision of performing an activity of thesis preparation abroad is reached after the periods set for study plan submission, students can nevertheless add the activity Internship or Preparation for the final examination abroad to their career by including it in their Learning Agreement (for Erasmus or Overseas mobility periods), or by sending a request to the International Programme Coordinator in case they have been awarded a scholarship or grant for Thesis Abroad.