Upcoming graduate survey
Upcoming graduates are required to fill in the survey within the term set for each session.
You can access the survey only after submitting the graduation application.
Failure to fill in the survey by the deadline will result in exclusion from the graduation session.
Deadlines, procedures and graduation calendars
Deadlines, calendars and procedures are different depending on the degree programme.
Each application is valid for a single exam session.
Students who forfeit an exam must promptly notify the Registrar through the Informastudenti Service. Students must submit another application through the online procedure, indicating the newly chosen exam session.
Once paid, the graduation fee is valid for the new session also. Postponements are not allowed.
Summary and final paper (Master's programmes only)
The final paper summary must be posted on the dissertation summary management website within the deadlines provided for each session. You can access the procedure using your University credentials.
To be admitted to the final exam, students must do the following:
upload a digital copy of the thesis in PDF/A format by accessing - from UNIMIA -> SIFA Online Services -> Administrative services -> graduation application -> Thesis upload. You cannot apply for graduation without uploading the thesis within the deadline.
Create a PDF/A file of your thesis starting from a Word or LibreOffice document (follow instructions on the video tutorial).
Deliver one paper copy of your thesis following the instruction of your course programme.
How is my degree calculated? It is a question all students ask themselves approaching graduation. Here are a few tips to gratify your curiosity and help you manage your studies with a view to the final exam.
Article 23(1) of our Academic Regulations provides for the definition of "... evaluation criteria for each kind of final examination also relative to the weight of the student's curriculum ...".
Paragraph 2 lists the duties of the Chairman of the Degree Board, such as "... ensuring full compliance with exam regulations and the consistency of final evaluations with the general criteria set out by programme boards ... "
The available files provide the criteria for our chemistry degree programmes.