In order to get a certificate, log
into your personal page of the Teaching Portal, in the section “Segreteria
on-line”- “Certificati”/Certificates – "Stampa certificati"/Print certificates.
1 – PREPARING THE CERTIFICATE
For the layout of the certificate, you can choose the career information from the menu on the left hand side. Compulsory details (such as personal
data and the phrase “omitted signature”) are automatically inserted by the
system and cannot be removed.
STEP 2 – PRINT PREVIEW AND DEFINITION OF THE NUMBER OF REVENUE STAMPS
You can generate a print preview of the document at any time, but, once you
click on the "print" button, you will no longer be able to modify it. As a matter
of fact, we remind you that certificates are issued for every single career
(Bachelor’s/Master’s programmes, Specilizing Master courses, PhD., etc). We recommend
you to carefully check the certificate layout in order to find out how many revenue
stamps are needed.
STEP 3 – PRINTING THE CERTIFICATE
During the last phase, you must insert the 14-digit identification code you
can find on the 16-Euro revenue stamp, which must be purchased before you
print your certificate.
After printing the certificate, you need to apply the revenue stamp in the
dedicated box on the top right side corner of the page. The number of the
revenue stamp must correspond with the number indicated on the certificate.
We remind you that a certificate without revenue stamp is void. For this reason, the certificate
bears the phrase: “Il presente
certificato non è valido se privo della marca da bollo. N. marca da bollo: xxxxxxxxxxxx" (this certificate is not valid if the
revenue stamp is missing. Revenue stamp number:xxxxxx)
Please note: with this procedure you can only produce certificates written
in Italian and bearing the phrase “Firma omessa ai sensi del D.Lgs. n.39 del
omitted in accordance with Legislative Decree no. 39 of 12/02/1993, art, 3)
CERTIFICATES WHICH ARE PRINTED BY THE STUDENT WITH THIS AUTONOMOUS PROCEDURE
CANNOT BE SIGNED BY THE PERSON IN CHARGE AT A LATER STAGE.