Procedura per il riconoscimento dei 24 crediti nelle discipline antropo-psico-pedagogiche e nelle metodologie e tecnologie didattiche, di cui al Decreto Legislativo 59/2017 e al Decreto del Ministro dell’Istruzione, dell’Università e della Ricerca 616/2017, riservata ai laureati che abbiano già sostenuto tutti gli esami, di cui chiedono il riconoscimento, presso l’Università degli Studi di Milano e che abbiano necessità della certificazione per partecipare al concorso ministeriale.
L'istanza per il riconoscimento dovrà essere presentata on line dal 3 al 24 luglio 2020.
Tutte le informazioni sono contenute nel file Procedure per il riconoscimento dei 24 crediti acquisiti presso l’Università degli studi di Milano
Those who wish to teach in secondary schools must obtain at least 24 certified credits in anthropo-psycho-pedagogic topics and in education methods and technologies.
Enrolment on the 2019/2020 edition of FOR24 is regulated by a dedicated call for applications.
Enrolment is possible from 15 October 2019 (12 noon) to 5 November 2019 (11.59 pm) through the Online Admissions Services only.
Important: courses in tables 3 and 4 of the F24 call for application that have been completed during degree programmes under the former University Regulations (vecchio Ordinamento) are generally assigned 6 University credits, unless otherwise specified (pursuant to Ministerial Decree 616/2017).
26 May 2020
FOR24 second instalment - New deadline: the payment deadline for the second instalment has been extended to 30 June 2020.
The 2019-2020 FOR24 call for applications has been amended, with new subjects now offered.
All those enrolled in the 2019/2020 edition of FOR24 must submit their plan of study online between 12 and 19 November 2019 by selecting the link "Presentazione piani di studio" (study plan submission). Failure to draft the Study Plan leads to forfeiture of enrolment in FOR24.
In drafting your plan of study, refer to tables 1 and 2 of the call for applications, in which the categories open to recruitment are reported.
To sit the exams included in the FOR24 Programme, students must register online for each individual exam date.
Exam dates are published in ARIEL, on the pages dedicated to the individual courses. Once registered, students may not switch dates or trade places.
Students must present with a valid identity document. During the exam all mobile phones and multimedia devices must be switched off. Violation of these rules and of those indicated by the committee in the exam room will lead to annulment of the exam.
In order to obtain the 24 University credits within the time frame indicated in the University call for applications of 31 July 2018, students enrolled in FOR24 who pass an exam can refuse the mark one time only. A pass in the July session cannot be refused because it is the last available session. Students simultaneously enrolled in FOR24 and a University of Milan degree programme must respect the same rules when sitting exams in the FOR24 programme that they wish to count towards the 24 University credits .
Those who do not pass the exams in the FOR24 study plan within the month of September 2020 do not receive their 24 university credits certificate (pursuant to Ministerial Decree 616/2017).
Please note that those matriculating through the 2019/2020 FOR24 programme must wait for their plan of study to be approved. Therefore, it will not be possible for them to sit for any exams (especially those included in Table 1 and 2 for the competition) prior to such confirmation. Only those students who are actually enrolled in a degree programme at UNIMI may sit for exams that would count toward the 24 academic credit units (CFU) if already included in the student’s plan of study.
The FOR24 exam dates are slated for MAY, JUNE, JULY, and SEPTEMBER 2020 (four dates, as the competition specifications state, which will be accessible at the end of the class term. Check back soon for the class schedule).