To be admitted to the final degree exam you must have completed all your yearly studies or acquired all the credits required by your study plan (including additional credits).
In order to submit your Request to Graduate you must not have more than 24 outstanding credits (excluding credits for the final exam and for internships/traineeships) unless you intend to graduate in the summer session: students graduating in the summer session must take the outstanding exams on the first exam date in that session.
Remember that you will not be required to pay the first instalment of the academic year 2018/2019 if you graduate in the autumn (October 2018) or extraordinary session (February-March 2019) of AY 2017/2018.
Graduating students may make changes to their study plans on paper between the following dates:
Should you withdraw your request to graduate, remember that you will need to submit a new request to graduate for every session.
If you have paid your tuition fees for the new academic year and you graduate in the autumn (October-December) or extraordinary session (February), your fees will automatically be reimbursed (following deduction of bank fees, revenue stamp and regional tax for financial aid) in the summer session.
If you intend to withdraw from your graduation exam you must inform the L and LM Student Career Area in time (also if you fail to pass one or more outstanding exams).
Submit the withdrawal from graduation exam, which you can find in your personal area: Services> forms> Withdrawal from graduation exam to the Student Administation Unit (Bachelor's and Master's degree), either in person or sending it by email to email@example.com (remember to attach a copy of your ID).
If you submit your withdrawal from the request to graduate in the extraordinary session, you must enrol in the academic year 2018/2019 by paying the first instalment of your tuition fees. In this case you will be required to pay a penalty of Euro 200,00.
If you intend to apply for a reduction in tuition fees you will have to do the following:
If you have only the final thesis left to take by 31 March of the academic year 2018/2019 and have enrolled for no more than one supplementary year, you will be automatically exempted from paying the second instalment and the penalty surcharge on the first instalment, but only for one academic year.
Last update: 19/07/2019