Plan of study
The plan of study is a list of academic activities (courses, exams, laboratories and other activities) that each student must complete during his/her degree programme.
It includes all mandatory activities and optional didactic activities that must be choosen submitting the plan of study in accordance with the requirements established by the Regulation and the programme description.
Each student must present at least one plan of study before applying for graduation.
To graduate, students must have passed all exams included in their latest approved plan of study.
If, at the time of applying for graduation, the exams indicated in the plan of study do not correspond to those actually passed, the student cannot graduate.
Study plan submission requirements - Academic Year 2021/2022
To submit your study plan, you must be enrolled for academic year 2021/2022 in the programme year required by your study programme.
Your study programme will specify the curricula (if any) and the rules for drawing up your study plan. Make sure you read these carefully before submitting your study plan online.
Study plan submission windows
Applicable to any changes to approved study plans as well.
- Bachelor's and single cycle degrees: from 27 September to 22 October 2021.
- Master's degree: from 1 February to 28 February 2022.
For this academic year only, the University will grant an exception for Master's degree students enrolled in years subsequent to the first who have never submitted a study plan: they may submit their plan from 27 September to 22 October 2021, as notified by email.
Students who submit their plan in the September/October window cannot apply for any changes in the February 2022 window.
How to submit your study plan
Submit your study plan online through the Study plans service available on your Unimia personal page > Study plan.
You will also find guidelines for drawing up your study plan.
Which exams can I take without a study plan?
- Bachelor's and single-cycle Master's degree programmes: You can take compulsory exams (for any programme years, if available) and alternative exams for the first year of your study programme / curriculum.
- Master's degree programmes: You can take exams for your study programme/curriculum.