Characteristics of the final examination

The final examination consists of the preparation and discussion of a written dissertation (thesis) drafted under the guidance of a supervisor. The dissertation consists of an original paper in which the student must demonstrate the ability to critically examine the topic agreed upon with the Supervisor, in the light of the relevant scientific literature, relying on a multidisciplinary approach too, and using the skills acquired during the course of study. 

The final examination awards 21 ECTS.

Conduct of the final examination

The procedures for conducting the final examination, the rules for awarding the final mark and operational indications for taking the examination will be set out in the Didactic Regulations of the Master's Degree Course.