Registration for examinations

Students are required to use the University's IT procedures to register for profit examinations (appeals).
In order to use the service, please consult the dedicated pages at the following link: Freshmen may find it useful to consult the FAQs published on the University website, which illustrate some aspects of online exam registration: In order to register for an exam, students must: have completed the online Programme of Study by the set deadline; be up-to-date with the payment of fees (under penalty of subsequent cancellation of the exam); have acquired the attendance for the course they wish to take by the date of the exam. The student may only take examinations at the end of the semester in which the course was taught; for courses from previous years, the student may take examinations at any call; have complied with the compulsory propaedeuticities; have completed the student opinion survey questionnaire.

Student opinion survey questionnaires (OPIS)

The survey of students' opinions concerning teaching is implemented by means of the 'Student Opinion Survey Questionnaires (OPIS)' and is an indispensable element in enabling the improvement of teaching, quality and organization of study courses.
A 90-minute information video is available at This video provides information of interest to male and female students.
The Questionnaire should be completed by the student at the end of the lecture cycle of each course.
For students who have not previously taken the assessment, the ESSE3 IT system requires mandatory completion of the questionnaires when registering for the examination.
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