|Thesis discussion||Proclamation Day||DELPHI Procedure||Student Secretary||Thesis Submission|
|March 17, 18 and 19, 2021||To Be Defined||From February 2, 2021||From February 5 to February 19, 2021||Within March 9, 2021|
|July 19 and 20, 2021 *||To Be Defined||To Be Defined||To Be Defined||To Be Defined|
|October 11, 12 and 13, 2021||To Be Defined||To Be Defined||To Be Defined||To Be Defined|
* SUMMER SESSION: Students who intend to graduate in July can participate:
In the FIRST TWO exam calls of the courses scheduled on the second semester (according to Professors' criteria about the repetition of an exam). Example: Exam in March/May (according to the course module) and then possibility to participate also in the following exam call (if Professor allows it);
In the FIRST exam call of the courses scheduled on the first semester.
In order to obtain their degree, students are required to present a written thesis work at the Examination Board. The dissertation is worth 3 credit points.
To be admitted to the graduation session, students must earn at least 177 credit points from the exams in their curriculum and must have no pending financial obligations to the University. The dissertation is evaluated on contents and presentation. The evaluation is expressed out of 110. The minimum grade to obtain the final degree is 66/110. The Board can unanimously award honors ("cum laude") as a special distinction.