Characteristics of the final examination
There is a single Final Examination consisting of two different assessment stages: the Practical Examination, in which students must demonstrate the degree of knowledge and theoretical-practical competence required by their professional profile
the drafting of a thesis, related to the specific professional field, and its presentation and discussion.
The two different parts of the final examination must be assessed equally, both contributing to the determination of the final examination grade. In the event of an inadequate evaluation of the practical test, the examination is interrupted and considered failed, and must therefore be repeated in its entirety at a subsequent sitting.
The thesis is normally written in Italian, but may be written in any EU language, preferably English, with the abstract in Italian attached and with the title in both Italian and the foreign language. If the thesis is written in a foreign language other than English, an Italian or English translation of the full text must also be attached. The Thesis must always include an abstract. The title page of the thesis must be completed according to the template provided by the University.