Characteristics of the final examination

The final examination will be carried out by the student independently and involves the illustration and discussion, before the Degree Committee, of an individual study on a specific theme chosen and carried out by the student in a given subject area and must include the performance of a practical test assessing the professional skills acquired through the internship within the study courses, aimed at ascertaining the candidate's level of technical preparation for the licence to practise the profession. To this end, the Degree Committee will be supplemented by experienced professionals designated by the national representatives of the relevant professional body or college.
Having ascertained the candidate's level of autonomy and mastery of specific methodologies, the Committee awards the final mark, which will be expressed in hundredths.

Conduct of the final examination

In order to be admitted to the degree examination, students must have acquired the ECTS credits envisaged by the degree course and deriving from:
a) passing the profit examinations envisaged by the programme of study;
b) carrying out the internship (50 ECTS credits) at companies;
c) acquiring the language and workplace safety qualifications.

During the final examination, students are expected to demonstrate their ability to research information and data, organise them, critically evaluate them, synthesise and expound them.

The final examination for the professional degree is qualifying for the practice of the profession of graduate agri-technician, graduate agricultural surveyor, therefore, the Degree Committee is integrated by professionals with proven experience designated by the national representatives of the relevant professional body or college.

The final graduation grade will be the sum:
(a) the weighted average of the marks of the examinations taken;
(b) the mark obtained in the final examination;
(c) the career evaluation.