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Credit recognition for forfeited or withdrawn students
If you have withdrawn from studies at Politecnico di Torino or at other universities, or if you  have forfeited at other universities, you can request the recognition of the exams that you have passed during your previous career when you enrol in a degree programme at Politecnico di Torino.

In order to apply for the recognition of previous exams  you need to meet the deadlines and terms for admissions and you will have to:
  1. Add the data related to your previous career (interrupted) on the Apply platform
  2. Upload the course syllabus for every exam that you passed in your previous career (only if the exam was not taken at Politecnico)
  3. Turn in the Exam Recognition application form at the Office of the University Registrar  on the day of the appointment for document verification and in any case within the deadline for the second phase of the enrolment process
  4. Pay 150 EURO if your previous career was NOT at Politecnico. This sum will not be deducted from tuition fees in case of subsequent enrolment  
If you accept the results of the evaluation carried out by the teaching committee, you will have to pay a fixed fee of 16 Euro for each validated credit within 30 working days.

Please note that if you were studying at another university and you have interrupted your studies, you must gain at least 60 credits including the Final Project at Politecnico di Torino in order to be awarded the Bachelor’s degree, and 50 credits excluding the thesis in order to get the Master’s degree.