Study plan

The study plan is a list of all training activities that each student must undertake during its university career (exams, workshops, placement / internship, etc.). The frequency plan instead shows the education activities available by year of the course on which the student is enrolled.

Curricula

Compilation

The compilation of the study plan is compulsory in every enrollment year, even if you do not intend to apply any changes.

Fill in the study plan

Assistance

In case of doubts or problems in compiling your study plan, please contact the Campus or Didactic Unit of the Department specified on the website of your degree programme > Presentation > Contacts.

Study plan regulations

Please refer to the general curriculum rules addressed to students of Barchelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree courses

Degree Programme Curriculum Regulations

Free-choice Courses

The students enrolled from the academic year 2020/2021 can include the following free-choice courses:

  • activated courses comprised in their curriculum
  • activated courses comprised in the Master’s Degree Programme
  • activated courses chosen among all the Master’s Degree Programmes offered by the University

The students enrolled from the academic year 2021/2022 may include the following free-choice courses:

  • activated courses comprised in their curriculum
  • activated courses comprised in the Master’s Degree Programme
  • activated courses chosen among all the Master’s Degrees Economics Programmes.

The students who want to include free-choice non-Economics courses in their curriculum should follow the procedure described below.

Procedure to include non-Economics Courses

  • Subject to prior authorisation, students can include non-Economics courses among their free-choice courses.
  • The authorisation should be requested by sending an e-mail to the Campus Services Secretary Office ( campus.economico@unive.it). The office will forward the request to the coordinator of the Degree Programme to which the student is enrolled or to the relevant curriculum contact person.
  • The student should attach a short document (max. 2 pages) to the request, providing the reasons for their choice.
  • The Teaching Board should analyse the request to assess consistency with the student’s curriculum.
  • The final assessment should be submitted to the Secretary Office of the Economics Campus and forwarded by the latter to the student via e-mail. If authorised, the Secretary Office will manually include the course in the student’s curriculum.

In addition to the regulations related to the Economics area and the previous, it should be also noted that:

  • The students enrolled in the Management Degree Programme cannot include English or other foreign languages exams in case they are native speakers of those languages. The Teaching Board should approve any other foreign languages courses;

Corresponding Courses

Students are not allowed to choose corresponding courses, namely the courses that (even partly) repeat the contents of an educational activity already included in their curriculum.

By way of example, the following courses are considered as repetitions:

  1. Group Accounting and Enterprise Extraordinary Operations (EM4001) 12 credits; Accountability, Governance and Regulation (EM4032) 12 credits
  2. Financial Mathematics Problems for business (EM403) 6 credits; Mathematical Models for Decision Making (EM1058) 6 credits
  3. Entrepreneurship and Business Models (EM1303); Business Model Innovation (EM4053)
  4. Advanced Firm Strategies (EM6011);Business Strategy Advanced course (EM6050
  5. etc.

The free-choice teaching activities chosen in the curricula may be subject to verification.

Last update: 26/11/2021