Academic Year 2020/2021
Merit prizes for Bachelor’s Degree in “Ingegneria di Internet” and Master’s Degree in “ICT and Internet Engineering”

Award ceremony with all the Companies

The online award ceremony with the participation of Essenthia, Net Reply, Opentech.com will take place on:

– Friday, 26th March at 5:45 pm

The instructions on how to take part in the event are available at the following link.

Winners notice

The winners notice is available at the following link.

Announcement of selection

Essenthia, Net Reply, Opentech.com are offering 30 Academic Merit Prizes (1000 Euros as gross amount) for the best students of the Bachelor’s Degree in Ingegneria di Internet and of the Master’s Degree “ICT and Internet Engineering”.

The deadline to submit the application is on February 26th, 2021. To submit the application follow this procedure:

1) Download and fill out one of these files:

candidatura-premi-merito-2020-v04.xlsx (Italian version)

application-to-merit-prizes-2020-v04.xlsx (English version)

2) Attach the filled out file to an e-mail message and send it to premi-merito@internet.uniroma2.it. Write your name and surname in the subject of the e-mail message. It is not needed to write anything in the body of the message.

3) You will receive a confirmation e-mail within the next working day.

RECIPIENTS

Up to 6 enrolled students for each of the following Academic Years will be awarded (for a total maximum amount of 30 Academic Merit Prizes):

Bachelor degree in Ingegneria di Internet

● 6 students who enrolled in the first year in 2019/20 (enrolled in 2019/2020);
● 6 students who enrolled in the second year in 2019/20 (enrolled in 2018/2019);
● 6 students who enrolled in the third year in 2019/20 (enrolled in 2017/2018).

Master’s degree in ICT and Internet Engineering

● 6 students who enrolled in the first year in 2019/20 (enrolled in 2019/2020;
● 6 students who enrolled in the second year in 201/20 (enrolled in 2018/2019;

Here is the complete ANNOUNCEMENT OF SELECTION published on the web site of the Course of Study.
It is also published on the Department of Electronic Engineering WEB SITE.

PREREQUISITES

Eligibility prerequisites to take part in the merit-based selection are as follows:
● be regularly enrolled and all tuition fees regularly paid;
● minimum grade point average higher than 25,7/30 (weighted GPA);
● the following Academic performance results:
o 27 CFU if completing the first Academic Year of the Bachelor’s Degree (enrolment in 2019/2020);
o 63 CFU if completing the second Academic Year of the Bachelor’s Degree (enrolment in 2018/2019);
o 99 CFU if completing the third Academic Year of the Bachelor’s Degree (enrolment in 2017/2018);
o 27 CFU if completing the first Academic Year of the Master’s Degree (enrolment in 2019/2020);
o 63 CFU if completing the second Academic Year of the Master’s Degree (enrolment in 2018/2019).

If an examination has not yet been registered on the DELPHI web site, please state so in the application. In case of selection for the prize, a declaration of examination completion with the date and the mark signed by the Teacher will be requested.

AWARDING CONDITIONS

The Awarding Committee is nominated by the Department Council. Once the deadline for applications has passed, the Committee will calculate the rankings, one for each Academic Year of enrolment, and will publish the names and the scores of the winning students. The rankings will be published after March 5th, 2021 on the web page of the Course of Study http://internet.uniroma2.it/en/academic-merit-prizes/ (English version) and on http://internet.uniroma2.it/offerte-di-lavoro-e-premi-di-merito/premi-di-merito/ (Italian version).

The score takes into account:
● The grade point average of all examination;
● Examination with honors;
● The total number of CFU registered from the enrolment Academic Year to the Autumn session included (October 30th).

Here is the formula to calculate the final score (P):
P = PAVG + PCR, where [PAVG] weighted GPA of examinations (each examination is weighted by the course credit points’ value)
[PCR] score from 0 to 20 to calculate the number of registered CFU.
In particular, considering CRMAX as the highest number of CFU registered by a student in one Academic Year, and CR as the number of CFU of a student, the final score PCR is given by PCR = 20 * CR / CRMAX

Each honor counts as 3 points more to add to the examination mark.
In case of ex aequo results, the date of birth will be considered (the youngest student will be awarded).
For those students who transferred from another University or another Course of Study, the Academic Year of their previous initial enrolment will be considered. In this case, the Committee will assess the conditions and the terms to calculate the ranking incontestably; CFU conversion and examinations marks recognition at the moment of a student transfer will be taken into account in order not to disadvantage students originally enrolled in this University and Course of Study.
If a number of prizes is not awarded, a new call for applications will be available in Autumn 2021.

USEFUL CONTACTS

This is the official e-mail address of the Course of Study: info@internet.uniroma2.it
The e-mail address of the Coordinator of the Course of Study, Professor Stefano Salsano: stefano.salsano@uniroma2.it
The e-mail address of the Head of the Didactic Office, Dr. Rosanna Gervasio: rosanna.gervasio@uniroma2.it