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Exams are an important part of the academic study experience. They may be written and/or oral test. Students are advised to check the specific information regarding the exam rules by visting the course webpage (see Courses section).


Exams are marked out of 30:

  • exams that are awarded a mark between 0 and 17 out of 30 are considered as failed ones and must therefore be repeated;
  • a mark between 18 and 30 out of 30 allows students to obtain the credits provided for by the programme structure;
  • examination Board may award "lode" (cum laude) to students who achieve thirty out of thirty (30/30);
  • a mark can be rejected by the students and the exam has to be taken during the next session.

The results of written exams are available on the course website or as otherwise specified by the professor.

Please note that the final mark for 12 credits exams is the average between the results of the two modules.

Exams can only be taken after the course has ended, respecting the programme structure provided by the Programme Office on the website of MSc in Business Administration. Once the mark has been registered on delphi, the student is notified about the mark registration and has some days to araise any issues. After this time period the mark is officially registered and can't be cancelled.


Candidates are reminded that the Master of Science in Business Administration programme considers academic misconduct as a very serious matter.

During the examination:

  • Students must not communicate or attempt to communicate with anyone (except the professors and invigilators); 
  • Students must not copy or attempt to copy from another student's work;
  • Students are advised to carefully listen to the professor's and/or Invigilator’s instructions

The following items are not permitted:

  • mobile phones;
  • smartwatches;
  • other electronic devices, such as laptops,  electronic personal organisers, electronic dictionaries, radios and personal audio equipment (including head/ear phone), cameras, recording devices;
  • notes and annotations;
  • blank paper;
  • textbooks, calculators, dictionaries (unless otherwise stated on the exam paper).

Any electronic devices must be switched off.

It is the student's responsibility to ensure prohibited items are not taken during the examination.

Possession of prohibited items or misconduct during the examination  will be deemed an exam irregularity. The student may be asked to hand in the exam paper and leave the room.