The regulations do not allow simultaneous enrolment in two programmes.
Students who are regularly enrolled in a three-year or graduate degree programme are required to temporarily suspend their career on that programme if they intend to enrol in and attend a first or second level master programme, a postgraduate diploma programme, a specialty training programme, a doctoral programme, or a course provided for by Ministerial Decree 249/2010.
At the end of the suspension, students may resume the interrupted programme provided that the programme is still active.
In order to submit the request, you must go to the Student Services Centre of the relevant campus to fill in the "Application for Suspension".
In order to apply for a suspension, it is necessary to be up to date with the payment of tuitions due at the time the application is submitted.
From the date on which the "Application for Suspension" is submitted, it is no longer possible to sit examinations.
Teaching activities and the taking of examinations may be suspended for a maximum of 5 consecutive academic years without renewal of registration. After five years, students who do not renew their registration cease to be students.
For more information see art. 10 of the University Teaching Regulations, Title I - General rules.
In the event of failure to pass examinations for a maximum of 5 consecutive academic years (8 years for Old Order courses), after the normal duration of the programme upon renewal of enrolment, the student ceases to be a student.
For more information see Art. 10 of the University Teaching Regulations, Title I - General rules.
In order to resume studies within the permitted academic years of suspension, it is necessary to go to the Student Services Centre of the relevant campus to regularise missing enrolments and complete the "Application for Recognition".
It is also necessary to pay tuitions as stated in the Contribution Rules.