Exams and Assessment


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Winter exams 2020/21 calendar (semester system calendar)
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Winter exams 2020/21 calendar (trimester system calendar)
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Due to the online exams, please pay extra attention to the registration process: first, make sure you register for each exam you wish to take by the deadline. Second, if after registering you decide not to take the exam, please cancel your registration. If the deadline for cancelling has passed, just inform the professor.

Enrolment lists:
The Uniweb enrolment lists will close 7 days before each exam date. The list for exams with a second session (“appello”) will open 2 days after the first exam date and will close 7 days before the second exam date.

We would like to inform students that from 19 May 2021 the link to "Exams / Exam Results board" will be removed from the public area of Uniweb (in application of the new personal data protection regulations). From now on, the exam results can only be checked once you are logged in your personal area.

  Academic Calendar 2021/22

Teaching period and exam sessions 2021/2022 with variations from the Academic calendar.

SEMESTER SYSTEM CALENDAR (1st and 2nd year of the TrEC, Master’s Degrees)

First semester:
1st and 2nd year of the TrEC: 
27 September 2021 - 15 January 2022
Master’s Degrees
4 October 2021 - 15 January 2022
Winter exam session: 17 January - 26 February 2022

Second semester: 28 February - 11 June 2022
Summer exam session: 14 June - 23 July 2022
Autumn exam session: 22 August - 24 September 2022 

TRIMESTER SYSTEM CALENDAR (only the 3rd year of the TrEC)

First trimester: 4 October - 4 December 2021
Winter exam session: 9 December 2021 - 15 January 2022*

Second trimester: 17 January to 19 March 2022*
Spring exam session: 21 March - 31 March 2022

Third trimester: 1 April* - 11 June 2022
Summer exam session: 14 June - 23 July 2022*
Autumn exam session: 22 August - 24 September 2022

* In derogation to the Academic Calendar 2021/2022

  Exams during the Academic year

There are 4 exam dates for each dSEA course during the academic year.

Courses held during the first semester: 2 exams in the winter session, 1 exam in the summer session, 1 exam in the autumn session. All sessions follow the “semester system calendar”.

Courses held during the second semester: 2 exams in the summer session, 1 exam in the autumn session, 1 exam in the following winter session. All sessions follow the “semester system calendar”.

The courses of the 3rd year of the TrEC are delivered during the first 2 trimesters to allow students carry out their internships from mid-April onwards. Examinations are anticipated using the winter session and the spring session (both following the “trimester system calendar”).

Courses held during the first trimester: 2 exams in the winter session, 1 exam in in the summer session, 1 exam in the autumn session. The summer session follows the “semester system calendar”, all other sessions follow the “trimester system calendar”.

Courses held during the second trimester: 1 exam in the winter session, 1 exam in the spring session, 1 exam in in the summer session, 1 exam in the autumn session. The summer session follows the “semester system calendar”, all other sessions follow the “trimester system calendar”.

  Exam sessions for deactivated courses

Until you obtain the degree, you can request a maximum of 3 annual assessments (one per session) for the courses in your study plan, even if these are no longer provided or if the course has been deactivated.

If no exam session appears available on Uniweb, please write to didattica.economia@unipd.it  including your name, surname, matriculation number and which exam you intend to take. 

  Exam grade refusal

  • Grades are communicated to students’ personal university e-mail address and are available at the “Exam results” link on Uniweb.
  • Students have 7 days to refuse their exam grade after its publication through Uniweb. Starting from the eighth day onward the exam grades will appear as confirmed on the students’ transcript.
  • If during the 7 days period the student does not refuse the grade, this is considered as accepted by the student.  Refusal in a later date is not possible. 
  • ATTENTION: the choice of refusing your grade on Uniweb is irreversible, even within the 7-day refusal period.
  • Students cannot register for the same exam in the following exam sessions if they haven’t previously refused the grade within the deadline (7 days).
  • If you think there is a mistake in the mark appearing on Uniweb, please contact your Professor.
  • Grade refusal is permitted for all exams, except for the admission requirements tests (“idoneitá”).
  • Download the pdf guide that explains the different steps to proceed with the grade refusal.

  Mandatory requirements (“Idoneità”) for first-year students (Bachelor’s and Master’s)

TrEC students

First year TrEC students must pass two exams certifying their English and IT skills. Failure to pass both tests within the first year of the programme will prevent them from taking other exams, other than those of the first year, until the tests are passed.

For more details, see the dedicated webpage (in Italian) regarding students’ Idoneità”. https://economia.unipd.it/appelli-desame

Master’s Degree students

Students enrolled in the first year of Business Administration, Economics and Finance, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, and Economics and Law, will have to take an English language exam in the first year.

Failure to pass this test within the first year of the programme will prevent students from taking other exams, other than those of the first year, until the test is passed.

Matriculants can take the test in the beginning of the academic year and before the beginning of the English classes. Those who pass this test are not required to follow the English course and will register their test result (“idoneità”) in the first exam session (January/February).

Students who fail this test need to follow the English classes and take the exam in the regular exam sessions.

For more information see the page "Course timetables" (section "English language for first year Master’s degrees students 2020/21").

  Exam attendance form

If you need to justify your presence in the exam please download, fill and ask the Professor to sign this form:

ENGLISH version (Word)