Undergraduate and graduate programmes offered by the University iuav of Venice:

Postgraduate Course achievement

 

The Postgraduate Degree is the final exam of the Postgraduate Courses, which is necessary to certify the acquisition of the required 60 ECTS for the Postgraduate Course.

A special committee will evaluate the student’s preparation, disciplinary competence, and autonomous processing and research skills acquired during the course.

In order to acquire a Postgraduate Degree, students must attend at least 70% of the total hours of the study course (unless indicated otherwise in their specific Postgraduate Course competition notice), which must be attested for in the class attendance register and in the internship daily timesheets. He also must have fulfilled any pending University fee obligations.

It is possible to apply for the final exam only after the date of this exam has been officially scheduled by the Postgraduate Course you are enrolled in, and before the deadline of the application.

Since Postgraduate Courses are one-year long, they are not repeatable: the graduation date is only one, set no later than the extraordinary session of the academic year of reference.

The timetable of final exams, with all relative deadlines, is published here.

Enrollment procedures for the final exam are available here.

The acquisition of a Postgraduate Degree requires a thesis presentation: basic instructions and templates to help compile your thesis are available here.

WARNING: students must submit their thesis on paper, signed in all its parts by the student and his supervisor. They also must fill in the required Almalaurea Questionnaire and pay the 66,00 euro graduation fee. The Postgraduate Diploma will not be issued if these requirements are not fulfilled.