Procedures and final examination

Psychology

Undergraduate Programmes

Students intending to graduate must:

  • choose keyword/supervising professor
  • submit the application for admission to the final examination, verifying the curricular/temporal requirements
  • submit your final dissertation in .pdf format via your iCatt personal page

Students intending to graduate must choose the Keyword according to the indications and deadlines given in the Section 'Keyword'

In order to choose keyword and supervising professors, students must comply:

  • submission deadlines: at least 5/6 months before the session. Details in the calendar
  • curricular requirements: enrolment at least in the third year, 116 registered ECTS credits (supernumerary examinations are excluded)

Please refer to the Faculty Guide of the Milan and Brescia campuses for further details on the final examination.

Keyword | Milan Campus

(the same password as for iCatt is required to access the procedure)

Keyword | Brescia Campus

In order to apply for admission to the final examination, you must comply with:

  • submission deadline: at least 45 days before the session. Details in the calendar.
  • curricular requirements for the summer session:
    • having no more than 40 ECTS credits in debt (counting does not include 'Theology' courses and the final examination);
    • students enrolled in the third year with more than 40 ECTS credits in debt excluding the final examination may apply for graduation if they have no more than 50 ECTS credits in debt (the final examination is not included in the count), provided they have taken all the examinations of the first and second year of the programme ( "Theology" courses are not included in the count).
  • curricular requirements for all other sessions:
    • having no more than 30 ECTS credits in debt ("Theology" courses and the final examination are not included in the count).

To apply for admission to the final examination, students must:

  • fill in the application for graduation on your iCatt personal page (Online Registrar > Final examination section);
  • print out the application for graduation form, sign it and affix a €16 stamp duty;
  • obtain approval, by e-mail, for the submission of the application for graduation from the reference professor (supervisor);
  • print and pay the graduation fee slip;
  • upload the following documents to iCatt in the indicated format:
    • copy of the signed application for graduation with the stamp duty applied (.pdf format)
    • copy of the receipt of payment of the graduation fee slip (.pdf format)
    • copy of the approval email sent by the professor/supervisor (.jpg format)

Any changes to the title of the final dissertation, approved by the professor, must be made at the time the application is completed and printed. The title contained must therefore be definitive, as no further changes can be accepted.

The .pdf file of the dissertation must be sent to the professor via the iCatt personal page (Online registrar > Final examination > Submit final dissertation).

The dissertation must be uploaded to the iCatt personal page no later than 10 days before the start date of the proclamation sessions (see calendar).

Undergraduate students who fail to graduate in the call for which they have applied for admission to the final examination must notify both the professor/supervisor and the Student Services Centre of the relevant seat.
Notification to the Student Services Centre should be made by writing via the iCatt Request for information form under Lessons, Exams and Final Examination > Final Examination.

For a subsequent graduation session, a new application for admission to the final examination must be submitted with a €16 stamp duty and a receipt of payment of the Undergraduate Contribution.

Graduating students will receive the convocation exclusively via their iCatt personal page approximately 10 days before the scheduled graduation date (Online registrar > Final Examination section).

MARCH 2022 CALL
Proclamation: 25 March 2022
Choice of keyword topic: from 4 to 15 October 2021
Submission of application for graduation: from 10 January to 4 February 2022
Submission of dissertation(in electronic format): 04 March 2022

JUNE 2022 EXTRAORDINARY CALL
Proclamation: 14, 15 June 2022
Choice of keyword topic: from 4 to 15 October 2021
Submission of application for graduation: from 19 to 29 April 2022
Submission of dissertation (in electronic format): 31 May 2022

JULY 2022 CALL
Proclamation: 15 July 2022
Choice of keyword topic: from 14 to 25 February 2022
Submission of application for graduation: from 2 to 27 May 2022
Submission of dissertation (in electronic format): 24 June 2022

SEPTEMBER 2022 CALL
Proclamation: 27 September 2022
Choice of keyword topic: from 8 to 18 March 2022
Submission of application for graduation: from 22 June to 22 July 2022
Submission of dissertation (in electronic format): 06 September 2022

DECEMBER 2022 CALL
Proclamation: 12 December 2022
Choice of keyword topic: from 21 July to 4 August 2022
Submission of application for graduation: from 21 September to 21 October 2022
Submission of dissertation (in electronic format): 21 November 2022

MARCH 2023 CALL
Proclamation: 24 March 2023
Choice of keyword topic: from 3 to 14 October 2022
Submission of application for graduation: from 9 January to 3 February 2023
Submission of dissertation (in electronic format): 03 March 2023

MARCH 2023 CALL
Session: 24 March 2023
Choice of keyword topic: from 3 to 14 October 2022
Submission of application for graduation: from 2 to 16 February 2023
Submission of dissertation (in electronic format): from 2 to 14 March 2023

JULY 2023 CALL
Session: to be determined
Choice of keyword topic: from 6 to 17 February 2023
Submission of application for graduation: to be determined
Submission of dissertation (in electronic format): to be determined

SEPTEMBER 2023 CALL
Session: to be determined
Choice of keyword topic: from 6 to 16 March 2023
Submission of application for graduation: to be determined
Submission of dissertation (in electronic format): to be determined

DECEMBER 2023 CALL
Session: to be determined
Choice of keyword topic: from 21 August to 1 September
Submission of application for graduation: to be determined
Submission of dissertation (in electronic format): to be determined

MARCH 2024 CALL
Session: to be determined
Choice of keyword topic: from 2 to 13 October
Submission of application for graduation: to be determined
Submission of dissertation (in electronic format): to be determined

The following criteria are applied for the calculation of the final mark:

BASIC COUNTING

All the marks of the profit examinations taken are added together (including any supernumeraries from the Faculty of Psychology, excluding 'Theology' examinations).
30 cum laude is counted as 31.
The sum is divided by the number of examinations considered (average in thirtieths).                                                           
The average in thirtieths thus obtained is converted into 110ths by multiplying the value obtained by 11 and dividing it by 3. The mark in 110ths is multiplied by a coefficient of 1.03725.
For students enrolled since the a.y. 2020/21 and who will graduate from the 2022/23 summer session
All marks of the profit examinations multiplied by the number of ECTS credits of each examination are added together.
(including any supernumeraries from the Faculty of Psychology, excluding 'Theology' examinations).
30 cum laude is counted as 31.
The sum is divided by the total weight in ECTS credits of the courses considered (average in thirtieths).
The average in thirtieths thus obtained is converted into 110ths by multiplying the value obtained by 11 and dividing it by 3.                                        
The average in thirtieths thus obtained is converted into 110ths by multiplying the value obtained by 11 and dividing it by 3. The mark in 110ths is multiplied by a coefficient of 1.03725.

 

 

FINAL EXAMINATION MARK

0 to 3 points

 

 

THEOLOGIES BONUS

 

For students enrolled since the a.y. 2004/05:
1 point if the average score is >= 29;
0.5 points if the average score is <29 e >= 26
 
For students enrolled in the first year from the academic year. 2019/ 20:
1.5 point if the average mark è 30 CUM LAUDE;
1 point if the average mark is 30 to 29
0.5 points if the average mark is from 28 to 26;
0 points if the average mark is 25 to 18.

   

 

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