Course timetables

From Monday, 12 April 2021, for the First and Second year TrEC, teaching activities will follow a blended delivery (that is, will mix in-person and online teaching activities) and will take place on the same days/times as originally scheduled.

Teaching activities will be delivered exclusively online for:
- First and Second year of our Master's degrees
- Third Year TrEC 


The published timetables have been postponed by half an hour (e.g. lessons start at 9.00 AM not 8.30 AM, lessons finish at 7:00 PM not 6.30 PM).

Bachelor’s degree in Economics – 1st year
The lectures of the 1st year of the Bachelor’s degree in Economics are divided into groups, according to the initials of the surname.

Important: The division is different from the one used during the 1st semester. The new groups are “Group 3” and “Group 4”.

AE group 3 from A to CIS
AE group 4 from COI to E
FO group 3 from F to MAN
FO group 4 from MAR to N
PZ group 3 from P to TIN
PZ group 4 from TIO to Z
IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO CHANGE GROUP

Bachelor’s degree in Economics – 2nd year
The lectures of the 2nd year of the Bachelor’s degree in Economics are divided into groups, according to the initials of the surname.

AE group 1 from A to BOR
AE group 2 from BOS to D
FO group 1 from F to LAZ
FO group 2 from LEO to O
PZ group 1 from P to SAC
PZ group 2 from SAL to Z
IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO CHANGE GROUP

The course timetables for the 2nd trimester (18 January - 6 March 2021) are now available in AgendaWEB. Teaching will be delivered exclusively ONLINE.

The course timetables for the 2nd semester (1 March - 12 June 2021) are now available in AgendaWEB. You can find all the details on the lessons' delivery mode HERE.

The course timetables for the 3rd trimester (14 April - 12 June 2021) are now available in AgendaWEB. Teaching will be delivered exclusively ONLINE.
Courses taught in the "3rd trimester": 
Development Economics, Economics of Social Capital, European Private Law, Accounting for Decision Making, Principles of Marketing, Behaviour in Organizations.


Download the OrariUniPD App to stay up to date with course timetables

Check the exam and course calendar on AgendaWeb


AgendaWEB

From the platform AgendaWEB, it is possible to check the actual and updated day-by-day occupation of all the spaces in the Department and the University.

Choose your course and click on the arrows << >> to scroll through the timetable week by week. Not all courses start the first week of the calendar! 

The published timetables may be subject to change due to organisational requirements. 
Students are kindly requested to check regularly for updates via the platform AgendaWEB or the OrariUniPD App, or the screens in Via Bassi 1.

E-learning platform Moodle

Students must register on Moodle for each single course they plan to attend and check their institutional mail @studenti.unipd.it for any notifications.

Professors, in addition to publishing teaching materials, will use the "News" section of their personal page to communicate any change or suspension of lessons.

Teaching details

Students can use the platform en.didattica.unipd.it to identify, for each course, details such as: professor, language of instruction, CFU weight, mandatory requirements, course content, reference texts, teaching methods for the first semester 2020/21.

From the same platform, it is also possible to access each professor's contact details and instructions for receiving students.

Classroom location

Go to classroom location 

During the 1st semester of 2020/21 some teaching will take place at PadovaFiere (room 14F, in pavilion 14).
Access must be from “Gate B”, located in Via Goldoni.
HERE is the map with the access point.

  Course timetables: Returning to in-person classes - 2nd semester 2020/21

All lessons of the 2nd semester of the A.Y. 2020/21 will start on Monday, 1 March 2021.

The Academic Calendar 2020/21 is available on the University website.

The lectures of the 2nd semester will be delivered in different ways:

  • Online: teaching delivered exclusively online in a synchronous manner (i.e., “live” lectures delivered online).
  • Blended: some of the lessons are delivered exclusively online, some in-person (those in-person will also be available online).
  • In-person: teaching delivered entirely in the classroom (and will also be available online).

The “blended” or “in-person” lessons will be scheduled in one or more days per week, to optimise the student's presence on site and reduce travel.

All course timetables are now published: since changes are still possible, students are kindly requested to check for updates on the platform AgendaWeb or on the OrariUniPD App before going to class.

IMPORTANTthe published timetables have been postponed by half an hour (e.g. lessons start at 9.00 AM not 8.30 AM, lessons finish at 7:00 PM not 6.30 PM).

In September we've conducted 4 virtual "Welcome Day" dedicated to all new Master’s degree students. If you've missed it, or want to watch some of the sessions again, you can catch up and watch them here.

The lessons of the 1st and 2nd year TrEC are divided into groups : this is a further division of the alphabetical groups A-E, F-O, P-Z, as follows:

1st year:

AE group 3 from A to CIS, AE group 4 from COI to E
FO group 3 from F to MAN, FO group 4 from MAR to N
PZ group 3 from P to TIN, PZ group 4 from TIO to Z

2nd year:

AE group 1 from A to BOR, AE group 2 from BOS to D
FO group 1 from F to LAZ, FO group 2 from LEO to O
PZ group 1 rom P to SAC, group 2 from SAL to Z

We remind you that the activities/courses of the 3rd year TrEC follow the “trimester system calendar”.

Students should download the OrariUniPD App: for the lessons delivered in-person you will be asked to confirm your presence in the classroom through a system of "check-in". Your presence will be recorded by each professor for each lesson. It will be possible to "check-in" your presence even for those who do not have their UniPD credentials yet. 

The university will provide a guide with the procedure.

Attendance recording is for the sole purpose of containing the health emergency, and not be used to assess/check whether or not students attend lessons (which is not compulsory).

Through the platform en.didattica.unipd.it, by selecting your year of enrolment and course of study, it is possible to check for each single lesson the "Teaching methods of the first semester 2020/21" (“Modalità di svolgimento nel primo semestre 2020/21”). It will also be possible, as always, to view the syllabus with the course contents and access the professor’s details.

In the meantime, we’ve published “The organisational measures for Phase 3 of the Covid-19”.

  Academic Calendar 2020/21

Teaching period and exam sessions 2020/2021 with variations from the Academic calendar.

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

First semester: September 28th 2020 to January 16th 2021
Winter exam session: January 18th to February 27th 2021
Second semester: March 1st to June 12th 2021
Summer exam session: June 14th to July 17th 2021
Autumn exam session: August 23th to September 18th 2021 

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

First trimester: September 28th to December 5th 2020
Winter exam session: December 9th 2020 to January 15th 2021*
Second trimester: January 18th to March 20th 2021*
Spring exam session: March 22nd to April 13th 2021

Autumn exam session: August 23th to September 18th 2021

* In derogation to the Academic Calendar which establishes the end of the first trimester on December 22nd 2020, and the start of the second trimester on January 7th 2021, with a spring exam session from March 11th to April 1st 2020.

  English language for first year Master’s degrees students 2020/21

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

Even if you have already an English language certificate, you are required to take exam.

For first-year students of the Academic Year 2020/21, it is possible to take the exam before the beginning of the lessons, on specific dates. Students enrolled in previous years who still have to pass the exam must attend the exams sessions of the academic calendar (winter, summer, autumn sessions 2020/21, starting from January 2021).

Those who pass the exam in October 2020 are not required to attend lessons and can register their qualification in the first exam session (January/February 2020).

Those who do not pass the test will have to attend the lessons according to the course timetable. You will then be able to take the English exam during the regular sessions scheduled in the academic calendar.

The exams for the first-year students 2020/21 will be held online on Moodle, according to the schedule below.
The first lecture of the English course will be held before the exam: you will be presented the structure of the course and examples of past tests. 

BA (Business Administration) and EI (Entrepreneurship and Innovation)
First lecture: 6 October 2020 at 3:00 PM
(link Zoom : https://unipd.zoom.us/j/82331891852; Meeting ID: 823 3189 1852)
The exams for BA and EI will be held on 13 October 2020 at 3:00 PM
Students must register on the Moodle page of the course.
Signing up for the exam will take place on that Moodle page.

MEF (Economics and Finance)
First lecture: 13 October 2020 at 9:00 AM
The exam for MEF will be held on 20 October at 9:00 AM
Students must register on the Moodle page of the course.
Signing up for the exam will take place on that Moodle page.

MED (Law and Economics - Economia e Diritto)
First lecture: 7 October 2020 at 5:00 PM
(link Zoom: https://unipd.zoom.us/j/88687142420; Meeting ID: 886 8714 2420)
The exam for MED will be held on 14 October at 5:00 PM
Students must register on the Moodle page of the course.
Signing up for the exam will take place on that Moodle page.

In order to take the exam, students must already have their university's "Single Sign On" credentials (the same to access e-mail: name.surname@studenti.unipd.it). If not, they will have to take their exam in one of the following sessions of the academic year. Students are asked to check their credentials before taking the test.

If students fail to pass the English language exam within the first year (deadline: 30 September 2021 for those enrolled in 2020/21), it will prevent them from taking other exams (other than those of the first year).