FREQUENCY OF COURSES
Attendance in the course lessons, exercises, and practical laboratory activities is mandatory.
The student cannot exceed the limit:
- 30% of absences for linguistic subjects
- and 50% for the other disciplines.
Exceeding the absence threshold prevents the student from admittance to the exams or validating the tests in progress. Admission to the exam remains the responsibility of the teaching council.
THE WORKING STUDENT
The student is considered to be a working student when he / she performs a work activity, both subordinate and autonomous, for at least 40 hours per month, documented and in the records of the School.
The student, as a working student, benefits from the following benefits:
- exemption from the obligation to attend
- recognition of professional knowledge and experience gained outside of institutional training courses with a maximum recognition of 27 CFU
- follows a didactic path in close contact with the teaching staff
- has the right to participate in the two extraordinary exam sessions reserved for working and off-course students.
THE OUT OF COURSE STUDENT
The student is considered out of course when, having attended the training activities provided for in the study plan, he has not passed the exams and/or other verification tests relating to the entire curriculum and has not acquired, within the normal duration of the course, the number of credits required to obtain the degree.
The off-course student must pay the off-course contribution and/or the contribution for each exam to be taken. These contributions are communicated annually to interested parties and posted on the School's register.
THE REPEAT STUDENT
The student is considered to be repeated in cases where he has not obtained the credits provided for in these Regulations.