The Second Semester will begin on February 8th

Ready for the second semester? Classes will start again on Monday, February 8th, in the same way they have been conducted so far. You’ll be able to attend lessons both remotely and - in some cases which are specified below - on campus, by booking a place through the MyUniVE app. 


First-year courses (both Bachelor’s and Master’s) can be attended in person, as well as laboratory activities at every level.
Some courses with less than 25 attendants aimed at students in the second and third years of a Bachelor’s programme or in the second year of a Master’s programme will also be held on campus, following the instructions provided by the teaching committees.
All information on class timetables and the ways you can attend a certain course are available on the University website, in the course’s page, and in the MyUnive app calendar.
For more details visit the Remote and Dual Teaching page.


If you want to attend a class in person, you’ll need to book a place; all lessons held on campus will still be streamed live, recorded and made available on the Panopto platform for 7 days, thus making them readily available for those who decide to follow them remotely.
You can access the booking system via web or using the MyUniVE app, available for Android and iOS
You can reserve your place in the classroom starting from 7 days before the class.
Visit the Remote and Dual Teaching page to find out everything there is to know about the booking system.


Each campus will have a small number of study rooms that can be reserved. More details will be given in the next few days in the Covid-19 Information Hub page.

University members can access the libraries and their services (consultation, loan, photocopying service, interlibrary loan, document delivery) only by reserving a place and/or a time slot through the Affluences app or the Affluences website.
The number of available places and time slots has been increased and it varies from library to library.
For more information, visit the page of the specific library: BALI , BAS, BAUM, BEC, CFZ.
You can access the libraries only by showing your university badge  (CartaConto). If you’re a freshman and you don’t have your CartaConto yet, you can request a temporary badge to enter the library and access the services through Affluence.


For all information regarding office hours, please check the professor’s personal page.

Follow all updates on the Covid-19 Information Hub page and in the MyUnive app.