Exams

Please complete the questionnaire before registering for exams

The questionnaire to evaluate the quality of teaching is an anonymous way for you to rate each course for which you want to sit the exam. You must complete this questionnaire online before registering for exams. You can find it in “Esse3”, on your student page, under “Questionnaires”.

The teachers and governing bodies at Ca' Foscari will use the results to improve teaching material, the programme and lesson content. The results of the questionnaires are published annually, in aggregate form.

Registering for exams

Log in to Esse3 (S3) on your student page and register for the exams that are already open for registration.

To view upcoming exams and the relative registration periods, see the registration periods in Esse3.

Find out about upcoming exams and exam sessions

The academic year has two semesters (I and II), with each being divided into two periods (1, 2 and 3, 4). Lessons can last for a period or for a semester and they are always followed by an exam session. The exam session is the period of time in which the individual exams are scheduled.

One month before the exam session starts, advance notice of all exams is provided in the examination calendar: here you can view all dates, locations and other details (but you cannot register).

To check, instead, the start and end dates of the various exam sessions during the academic year and the general distribution of exams within each session, please consult the exam session table.

Appeal calendar

In this section, we will publish the calendar of exams for MIM courses held at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice.

The MIM Master’s Degree Programme includes two modules held at partner universities. The first modules will take place at Ca’ Foscari University from September to March during the first year of study.

The second module will take place at the Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier (UPVM) from September to January of the second year of the course.

Each module includes different verification methods, which consist of multiple-choice final exams, individual and group projects, oral presentations, performances, written and oral linguistic exams.

The exams of the courses taught at Ca’ Foscari are held at the end of the module, in March of the first year

The second year exams take place at UPVM at the end of the module.

Any failed exams can be taken again in June of the first year for the Ca’ Foscari module, and in June of the second year for the UPVM module.

The Complementary training grade is averaged by marks from Mediterranean countries in deep analysis (LM8V40).

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Last update: 26/11/2021