ADMISSION TO THE FINAL EXAMINATION
To be admitted to the final examination, students must have earned all credits related to the other educational activities in their curriculum. Students must also have paid all tuition fees and receive formal approval for the thesis from their supervisor.
APPLICATION FOR THE FINAL EXAMINATION
Before applying for the final examination, students must check that their final study plan is approved by the Teaching Committee. In fact, after applying for the final examation the study plan cannot be revised nor adjusted.
Students can only apply for the final examination if they gained all but 12 ECTS, excluding those related to the final examination.
Technical information for the application to the final examination can be found on the website of the School of Economics and Management at this link.
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE FINAL EXAMINATION
Characteristics of the final exam. The final exam consists of a written paper on a topic agreed upon with a teaching staff member who will act as supervisor. An integral part of the final examination is the discussion of the paper in front of a committee of teaching staff members made up respecting the minimum number and composition criteria provided for in the University Teaching Regulations and as may be decided by the Department of Economics and Management (DISEI) or the School of Economics and Management.
Additional information can be found in a specific Thesis Regulation which will be available soon.