Teaching activities on campus

From academic year 2021/2022 it will be necessary to submit a study plan in order to take non-compulsory exams.

In-person lectures and exams will be accessible only to students holding a Covid-19 certificate (green pass). It should be remembered that the Covid-19 certificate is issued also to unvaccinated individuals with a negative molecular (or rapid antigen) test result in the last 48 hours, or those who have recovered from Covid19.

Seats in classrooms and libraries must be reserved through the LezioniUnimi app or the Timetable Portal. You can access the service using your University credentials, including to view, change or cancel your reservations.

All classes will be streamed throughout the semester/trimester to encourage the live participation of students with underlying health concerns or students from abroad, who are subject to travel restrictions due to the epidemiological emergency. You can also reserve a seat in a study room or library to attend live streamed classes.

The use of face masks is mandatory both indoors and outdoors, unless you are alone, to protect your and other people's health.

In compliance with anti-Covid safety measures, students returning to campus will enjoy the video course "Understanding Covid-19 and returning to campus", focussing on the importance of compliance with safety rules in classrooms, laboratories, libraries and all other university spaces. You can access the video with your university credentials. The training also provides information on the nature and evolution of the virus, how it is transmitted, and therapies available. After watching the video, you will be asked to take a satisfaction survey.

Written exams will take place in person, in compliance with safety and distancing rules. For the purposes of logistics, students are required to register at least 3 days before the exam date.

Oral exams will be held remotely until 31 January, pursuant to Rector's Decree of 7 January 2022.

Waivers to the in-person exam requirement will be granted only for the following reasons:

  • Covid-19 positive or quarantined students
  • Students with underlying health concerns, as laid down by law
  • Students residing abroad.

The waiver request may be sent via email or the LezioniUnimi app, as required by the Academic Board for each study programme and announced on the programme website. Students of degree programmes that adopt  the email procedure may request a waiver from the in-person exam requirement by submitting the self-certification form with a copy of their ID.

Waivers for students with underlying health concerns

Remote exam application procedures vary according to the applicant's circumstances: 

  • If you hold a disability certificate pursuant to Law no. 104 of 1992, submit your application via e-mail, at least 10 days before the exam date, to the course lead instructor, cc to ufficiodisabili@unimi.it. You need not send the certificate to the instructor, as Disability and SLD Services will confirm the underlying health concern.  
  • If you hold a certificate certifying an underlying health concern and SARS-CoV-2 infection-related risks issued by your general practitioner or by a specialist registered with the Italian national health service (SSN), submit your application via e-mail to the course lead instructor and the Head of the Study Programme, cc to ufficiodisabili@unimi.it. Use the self-certification form available online and attach a copy of your identity document.
  • If you are a new student with disabilities, contact Disability and SLD Services for a welcome interview and the preparation of your personal file. 
University students vaccinations - Regione Lombardia

University students, including those from other Italian regions or from abroad, can book a Covid-19 vaccine appointment through the dedicated platform of the Lombardy Region.

To access the service, enter your tax code and health card number on the dedicated page.

If the platform does not allow direct access, you will have to register on the same platform, by clicking on the "Richiedi abilitazione" button, and enter your data. 
Within 24/48 hours from registration, it will be possible to access the platform and book your vaccine appointment.

Those who have only a tax code or other identification code (e.g. students from abroad) can access the service by clicking on "Prenota il vaccino" and follow the instructions provided for their user type.