(2018 - 2019)
Bachelor's degree programme in
Location: Torino
Single course enrolment for unfulfilled academic requirements for Master’s admissions
If you do not meet the curricular requirements for Master’s admission, you must make up for your unfulfilled academic requirements (unearned credits) before you can enrol in the Master’s degree programme you have chosen. To this end, you are required to enrol in single courses.
You can include up to a maximum of 60 credits in your APSP after you application for Master’s admission has been rejected.
How to enrol to single courses
You can check the outcome of your application and the exams which you need to pass in order to make up for your unfulfilled academic requirements on your Apply@polito personal page - Valutazioni/Evaluations. To enrol in these courses, click on Procedi con l’iscrizione ai singoli insegnamenti/Enrol in single courses and select your courses.  
The deadlines for single course enrolment is 9th november 2019.   
If you are going to get your  Bachelor’s degree by September 2018, you  are strongly encouraged to enrol in single courses within the month of September so you will be able to use all the services from the beginning of classes.   
PLEASE NOTE that this type of enrolment cannot include any course belonging to a Master’s degree programme, as it is intended for the remedial of your unfulfilled academic requirements for admission to the programme itself.     

After making up for all your unfulfilled academic requirements, you will be able to enrol in the Master’s degree programme you have chosen. 
If you make up for your unfulfilled academic requirements by the end of the winter examination session, you will be able to enrol in the Master’s degree programme you have chosen in second semester. The deadline for enrolment is 29th March 2019. 
You  must complete your  Personal Study Plan/Annual Personal Study Plan within 10 days of the date of enrolment.    
Upon enrolment to a Master’s degree programme, the fixed fee paid for single course enrolment will be deducted from the tuition fees due for your Master’s degree programme up to a maximum of € 334,11 (the € 16,00 revenue stamp cannot be deducted), regardless of the type of enrolment you have chosen (part-time or full-time enrolment) : 
  • full-time: we suggest you read the Tuition Fee Guide for information about tuition fee reduction;
  • part-time: we suggest you wait until all the exams passed within the winter examination session are recorded in order to exploit the yearly limit of 40 credits. Unpassed first-semester exams count towards the 40-credit limit. You  will not be charged for these course, as you already paid for them when you enrolled in  single courses.