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Preparing the study plan

Information on how to prepare and submit a study plan.

What is a Study Plan

The study plan is the complete set of exams that you need to take in order to graduate. Some exams are compulsory, while others are elective.

The master course is organized into three curricula, which can be personalised by freely selecting 10 CFU from all the courses of UNIBO, provided that they are taught in English and are coherent with the Degree Programme Teaching regulations and the learning outcomes of the degree programme).

A study plan can be presented by regularly 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

Students can complete the Study Plan during their first or second year within two dedicated periods, usually in October and in January.

After your second year if you change your study plan you need to wait the first session of July for graduation (i.e., as example, if you are enrolled in the a.y. 2021-22 and you complete or change your Study Plan in October or January of the a.y. 2023-24 you cannot graduate in December 2023 or March 2024, but you need to wait the first graduation session of the a.y. 2023-24, which is in July 2024).    

For the a.y. 2024-25, the two Study Plan periods are:  

1st period:  from 30th September to 20th October 2024

- 2nd December  - 12th  December 2024 (ONLY for enrolling students or students transferring from another university)

2nd period:
from 14th January to 21st  February 2025

Outside of these two timeframes, the last study plan presented will be deemed valid and no further amendments can be made.

How to present your Study Plan

The study plan can be submitted by enrolled students via Studenti Online. Accessing with your University username and password, you can:
- add optional subjects to your plan;
- choose a curriculum;
- amend choices made in prior years.
After making the desired choices, remember to click on “save” so that your study plan can be finalized 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.