Exams

When is the exam session?

Autumn semester session
11 – 22 February 2019
Spring semester session
17 – 28 June 2019

Please make sure to be available during the exam sessions, double check before planning your departure. Exam days cannot be rearranged.

How do I enroll to the exam session?

A few weeks before the exams session, we require that you send an e-mail with the list of exams you wish to take. It is very important that you follow this procedure, otherwise you will not be able to take your exams. The e-mail should be sent to erasmus@accademiabelleartiverona.it , please be sure to include the following info in the email:

  1. Your name and surname;
  2. The department in which you are studying;
  3. A list of the exams you are enrolling to, that should contain the complete names of classes and relative teachers.

Deadlines
For the first semester session send your e-mail no later than: 17.01.2019
For the second semester session send your e-mail no later than: 03.06.2019

WARNING: if you have too many absences for a class you will not be able to register for its exam. If you are not sure about your number of absences please make sure to talk the professor before registration time comes and find a solution together. Please note that it is your responsibility to make sure that the subjects listed on your last signed Learning Agreement and the exam list match. You are not allowed to make any changes, otherwise you may have problems with credit recognition at your Home Institution after your mobility.

Where can I access the exam calendar?

The calendar is usually published around two weeks before the session starts. Please always keep monitoring the calendar and the news, as some date changes may occur. You can find it at the following link: www.accademiabelleartiverona.it/en/calendario-accademico-esami-e-tesi


Grades

How can I be sure that my grade gets registered?

As soon as the exam is finished, the professor will hand you a document that states class name, professor and grade. You will sign the document and give it back to the professor, who will take it to us when the exam session is over. It is the written proof that you completed the exam, so be sure to complete this step.

How does the grading system work in Italy?

The grading system in Italy works on a 30-point scale. From 0 to 17 will mean that the exam is failed, from 18 to 30 the exam is passed. 30 cum Laude (30 e Lode) is the highest pass mark and may also be awarded.