As from the period following May 4th, indicated in the latest DPCM as the beginning of 'phase 2', our University is also going to adopt new measures in terms of activity organization.
While inviting you to consult this page and the connected ones for details of all measures, which will be applied officially from May 11th, we here below recap the main ones:
The principle guiding these and other measures is that ‘each protects all’; please read them carefully on Behavioural Norms for phase 2.
Also, please visit the page Covid-19: criteria for the management of 'phase 2'.
We suggest you to keep following all updates and future developments of phase two on the relevant page.
Lessons and didactic workshops will carry on in the form of distance learning until July 31st, 2020.
All scheduled calendars are confirmed and will be respected as much as possible, to ensure that the students’ training path is not delayed or compromised.
As for exams, instead, starting from the month of May, all written exams will be reprogrammed. In particular, two exam methods will be possible:
Find out how to carry out the written exams by reading the guide below. It is obvious that programming these exams, be they written or oral, requires a careful and accurate organization, based on the actual number of candidates: thus, we kindly invite you to enrol only for those exams which you truly intend to take.
Admission tests for regular degree courses, single-cycle master courses, Master degrees and post graduate training courses for academic year 2020/2021 will all be held online;
Students’ help-desk activities carry on online. Any possible need for on-site meetings may be managed by appointment, following indications in Annex 2.
Access to libraries will be allowed only for loaning and return functions; study rooms will remain closed. For book consultation we suggest you to consult University Library Services to make an appointment.
For book loans you must submit a request to the University Library System (BiGsearch); your request will be processed and you will receive an e-mail to notify when the book is available.
From that moment, you will have two days’ time to go and collect it from the library;
Baskets will be provided specifically for returning the loaned volumes: these will remain in the basket for 72 hours, to prevent library operators getting in contact with possible virus traces; after 72 hours, the returned volumes will be put back in their place, ready for a new loan.
Library opening times will be 8:30am to 6:30pm.
Until new and further safety dispositions, the following activities will continue to be carried on online: