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The academic program for the bachelor’s degree and master’s degree programs consists of a part of core courses, which cannot be substituted, and several flexible courses, which are also required to earn the required credits for the final degree. Students are asked to make choices regarding these courses.

For core courses in the degree programs, please see the Academic Programs section of the site:

To make their selections, students must fill out the study plan online during the periods and according to the procedures set out every year and communicated through the usual channels.

PREVIOUS STUDY PLAN COMPILATIONS 

from 17 to 27 November 2014

 Students enrolled at the 1st year 2014/2015 of the Master’s Degree in Economics and Finance have to choose the 4 credits activities.

In particular they have to choose between:

  • language
  • other activities

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From 3 to 27 June 2014

 Bachelor’s degree programs in Economics and Business 

Students registered in the first year in 2013/2014  will have to proceed with the compilation of their study plans from 3 to 27 June 2014.

Using the Web Self Service, students must choose:

  • A compulsory language;
  • Ather activities (languages/other activities).

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Students registered in the second year in 2013/2014  will have to proceed with the compilation of their study plans from 3 to 27 June 2014.

Using the Web Self Service, students will have to select:

  •  elective courses

Check the guide

 

Master’s degree programs in Economics and Finance

Students registered in the first year in 2013/2014will have to proceed with the compilation of their study plans from 3 to 27 June 2014.

Using the Web Self Service, students will have to select:

  • elective courses

Check the guide 

From November 14 to 24, 2013: select credits for "other activities"

Master’s degree programs in Financial Economics

Students registered in their first year in 2013/2014

From November 14 to 24, 2013, students registered in their first year in 2013/2014 of the master’s degree program in Financial Economics will have to choose how they wish to earn the 4 credits in the study plan for “other activities.”

Specifically, students must choose from among two groups:

  • Languages
  • Other activities (seminars, internships, etc.)

Students must indicate, using the Web Self Service, whether they intend to register for a language course to earn the 4 credits or whether they will earn the 4 credits in another way (by taking one of the other activities).

Students who wish to register for a language course must select the box with the language they wish to take.

Please note: students who do not choose an optional language by the deadline cannot be added to language courses later on.

Students who have decided not to take a language course, and who wish to acquire the 4 credits through a different activity, must select the box marked “other activities”.

Registration for individual activities within “other activities” must be completed through the offices for those activities. Specifically:

Please note that the selection of one of these options in order to earn the 4 credits entails the exclusion of the other ones.