Course Regulations

The Course Regulations 'specify the organisational aspects of the degree course', in compliance with the rules contained in the University Regulations.

The aim of the degree course regulations is to ensure that students have access to clear, transparent and comprehensive organisational information that is continually updated, so that they can conduct their degree course in the best possible way.

In particular, the Course Regulations contain:

  • the list of course units, with an indication of the relevant academic disciplines and any possible subdivision into modules, as well as other training activities;
  • the specific learning objectives, ECTS credits and any prerequisites for each course unit and of any other training activity;
  • the curricula offered to students and the rules for the presentation, where necessary, of individual programmes of study;
  • the type of teaching methods, including distance learning, examinations and other checks on students' progress;
  • the provisions on any attendance obligations.