Study plan

A study plan is the complete index of academic activities that students must obligatorily complete in order to fulfil the degree programme requirements. The frequency plan is the total list of courses available to the student according to their year of studies.


a.y. 2020/2021

Study plan

Frequency plan

a.y. 2019/2020

Study plan

Frequency plan

Previous academic years

If you enrolled in your degree programme 5 or more years ago, you can find your study plan into the relevant Esse3 section of your Personal Area.
For further information please contact the Campus or Didactic Unit of the Department specified on the website of your degree programme > Presentation > Contacts.

Filling in and submission

You must fill in and submit your study plan every year, even if you do not intend to make any changes to it.

Fill in the study plan


In case of doubts or problems in filling in your study plan, please contact the Campus specified on the website of your degree programme > Presentation > Contacts.

Study plan regulations

Please refer to the general curriculum rules addressed to students of Barchelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree courses

Regulations for the Degree Programme

Inclusion of optional or additional classes in students’ personal curriculum

The relevant educational School will verify the consistency of teaching activities integrated with the optional credits in the formative project (consistency refers to the individual curriculum presented and thus will be evaluated taking into account the adequacy of the reasons that may be provided). If there is evidence of serious inconsistency, the personal curriculum will not be approved.

Identical Units

You can not choose similar units, meaning courses which are comparable in content, in the same study plan.

Examples of units that are considered as too similar: 

  1. Commercial Law (ET0008) 12 ECTS, Commercial Law I (ET0009) 6ECTS, Commercial Law (E00077) 5 ECTS, etc.
  2. Mathematics (ET0045) 12 ECTS, Mathematics (ET2018) 12 ECTS, etc.
  3. Monetary and Financial Economics (ET0030), Financial Economics (ET0020),
  4. Political Economics (ET0031), Political Economics (LT0210),
  5. Gestione delle risorse umane, Human Resources Management, etc

The free choice units selected in the study plans may be subject to verification.

The process regarding additional exams outside the field of Economics

To regulate the addition of the teaching of the curriculum outside of field of Economics through the optional modules, the School has provided the following procedure: 

  • a student can, as part of their option modules, select modules that are not part of the previously authorized Economics department
  • the request for authorization must be sent via e-mail to the secretary to the Campus Services, (, who will send the proposal to both the educational coordinator of the degree and, for Economics and Management students, the contact for Economics and Management curriculum.
  • the request should be well-explained through a brief document (max. 2 pages) attached to the email.
  • the educational department examines the request and its cohesion with the student’s pre-existing course.
  • the evaluation is sent to the Secretary of the Economics School who will then send it back to the student and, if it is authorized, will manually process the addition to the student’s personal curriculum.
  • a similar request should be sent to insert the exams that are not from the Economics School into your additional credits.

To supplement the defined rules by the Economics School and as indicated above it explains that:

  • students registered for the Economics, Markets and Finance cannot sit English B1 / B2 language examinations because it is a requirement for admission, nor can they sit exams in English or in another foreign language that is their native language. The possible addition of exams in another foreign language should be approved by the School of Education.
  • economics, Markets and Finance students cannot add exams that are optional modules from the Economics and Business course, nor from the Tourism Economics nor the Business Administration and Management nor the International Business degree programs that are wholly or partly equivalent to those modules presented in the original syllabus. The same rules apply to adding exams from optional modules for both Economics and Business, and Tourism Economics students.

Last update: 09/08/2023