Study Plans

A study plan is an organized schedule that students create that outlines study times and learning goals. A study plan is a list of subjects and related credits scheduled in an academic year.
Although The Guide to the Courses (Guida ai Corsi di Laurea e Corsi di Laurea Magistrale) presents an official study plan each academic year, you can schedule and present an individual study plan where you can choose your subject as an option to the standard one.
You can schedule just one study plan a year. A repeating student can schedule a new study plan or a modification of the previously approved one.
Study plans are examined by Consiglio di Corso di Studi which can totally approve them, approve them with modifications or reject them. In any case, students are not allowed to schedule more than 80 credits a year. If a study plan is rejected, the last approved study plan will be considered.
In order to help you schedule you study plan you can contact the Management Office (Segreteria Didattica) or the Chairman.

Chairman

Prof. Silvello Betti
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Phone: +39 06 7259 7447
E-mail: betti@ing.uniroma2.it

Management Office (Segreteria Didattica)

Ms. Margherita Musetti
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Phone: +39 06 7259 7459
E-mail: musetti@eln.uniroma2.it

Your Study Plan

Here is the procedure to create your Study Plan.

Bachelor’s Degree: Study Plan delivery deadline 31/01/2018;

Master’s Degree: Study Plan delivery deadline 31/01/2018;

Take Your Study Plan to the Management Office (Segreteria Didattica – Sig.ra Margherita Musetti).

  • Save your study plan on your pc
  • Fill it out and save it in pdf format
  • Send your pdf study plan to musetti@eln.uniroma2.it
  • Print it on both sides of the paper and take it to the Management Office (Segreteria Didattica) to be approved within 31/01/2017.

Download the form

Bachelor’s Degree 2017/18Master’s Degree 2017/18
You are free to choose the subjects and how to get a part of credits CFU , but your choice must be coherent.

Bachelor's Degree

180CFU
  • 153 CFU basic subjects
  • 15 CFU optional subjects
  • 6 CFU laboratory activities
  • 6 CFU Degree Examination

Master's Degree - completely taught in English from September 2015!

120CFU
  • 72 CFU basic subjects
  • 27 CFU optional subjects
  • 3 CFU educational activities
  • 18 CFU Degree Examination