As a general rule, the Graduation
Examining Committee can add up to a maximum of 5 points, taking into
- evaluation of the Final Project (written
- number of years it took you to complete
- if you attended a degree programme
partially or entirely taught in English;
- other information about the course of
study (for instance, the number of exams passed with honours, experiences
abroad, extracurricular activities etc.).
If the you reaches the score of 110/110, the Graduation Examining
Committee can decide to confer the degree with final honors (cum laude
). The decision must be taken
by qualified majority: at least 2/3 of the Committee members must vote in favor
of awarding this distinction (see the Regulations of every degree programme).
Examining Committee is required to determine the final grade taking in
consideration the student’s overall participation in the degree programme: it
should evaluate the student’s cultural
maturity and competence in intellectual elaboration, as well as the quality of
the work carried out for the composition of the Final Project.