Internship and Final Degree Exam
The student who plans to undertake the final degree exam has to:
- Carry out an internship at a company or local institution, under the guidance of a representative of the company or firm (assistant supervisor), who will also overlook the adequacy of the work carried out with the student’s formative project. The activity consists of the study and/or development of a project.
- Prepare a written work, under the guidance of the supervisor, outlining the research activities and the project, summarizing the results and defining the impact on the application and/or research field.
For exceptional cases (e. g. innovative activities, projects in collaboration with other developers, etc.) it is possible to carry out an "internal" internship; the request will be subject to the approval of the Degree Program Coordinator.
In this case, students must submit the Traineeship Statement form, duly filled in and signed, to the Scientific Campus ( firstname.lastname@example.org), along with the e-mail of approval of the Coordinator.
Degree Programme Regulations
Regulations for the Final Degree Exam
Class: L-31 Science and Information Technology
These regulations discipline the organizational aspects of the final degree exam, pursuant to the provisions of Art. 12 of the Ministerial Degree of October 22nd 2004, n. 270 and to the Didactic Regulations of the University.
The final degree exam consists of the completion of an internship activity and the subsequent written work, that synthesizes the results of the activity carried out.
The characteristics of the differing activities are indicated below.
Activity code in the study plan: CT0130 - 6 CFU, corresponding to 150 hours.
The subject of the activity must be approved in advance by a scholar, who acts as university tutor and thesis supervisor; the activities themselves will be carried out under the supervision of a representative of the company or external body (company tutor).
Activity code in the study plan: CT0117 - 6 CFU, corresponding to 150 hours.
The final degree exam mark is based on the evaluation of the written work.
More information on the final degree exam is published on the Thesis and final degree exam: deadlines, admission and procedures.
Recognition of activity comparable to internship
Subject to the evaluation of the Teaching Committee, several activities can be recognised in place of the curricular internship, such as: skills acquired in work/professional activities or other training activities deemed consistent with the student’s studies.
Forms and documents
The forms must be filled in, signed and sent to email@example.com.
Last update: 16/11/2023