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Important aspects of Continuity Regulation. Master

  New master's students Master's students of onwards years Notes
  Full time (FT) Part-time (PT) Full time (FT) Part-time (PT) --
Minimum credits to register 60 among 20 and 40 30 20 --
Maximum credits to register

72

(for more than 60 credits is required a centre's permission)

46 

(for more than 40 credits is required a centre's permission)

72

(for more than 60 credits is required a centre's permission)

46

(for more than 40 credits is required a centre's permission)

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Minimum credits to pass to continue studies 12 credits of compulsory subjects 6 credits of compulsory subjects

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If in the curriculum there are less compulsory subjects, the minimum requirement of credits is the sum of the compulsory credits included in the curriculum and other optional credits

Compulsory registration for onwards years

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Students must register in compulsory subjects registered and not passed the previous year.

Students wishing to register in more than 30 credits have to keep in mind that the increase forces to include compulsory subjects registered and not passed the previous year. You cannot add new subjects if not include all those outstanding the previous year.


 

* Students who are studying two master's degrees concurrently must register for a minimum number of 15 credits for the second degree.
If one of these master's degrees will enable the student to carry out regulated professional activities, the faculty/school may allow the student's studies to be organised differently.