Registering for graduation

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In order to graduate you must register for graduation on Uniweb by the deadline set for each graduation period.

The registration procedure is broken down into several steps and requires your supervisor to approve your dissertation title. In order to graduate, you must also have sat and recorded all the examinations of your study plan at least 15 days before the graduation dates. You must also have paid the tuition fees and have submitted your dissertation in accordance with the procedure and by the set deadlines. If you do not pay the revenue stamp for graduation, your student’s records cannot be approved.

  When to register for graduation

Academic Year 2020-2021
To graduate in the Third period A, from 6 September 2021 to 30 October 2021 (insert application from 7 June 2021 to 20 July 2021).
To graduate in the Third period B, from 2 November 2021 to 18 December 2021 (insert application from 23 August 2021 to 12 October 2021).

Academic Year 2021-2022
To graduate in the First period, from 7 February 2022 to 23 April 2022 (insert application from 8 November 2021 to 11 January 2022).
To graduate in the Second period, from 6 June 2022 to 23 July 2022 (insert application from 28 February 2022 to 10 May 2022).
To graduate from Third Period A, from 5 September 2022 to 29 October 2022 (insert application from 6 June 2022 to 19 July 2022).
To graduate from Third Period B, from 31 October 2022 to 17 December 2022 (insert application from 22 August 2021 to 12 October 2022).

Note: third period A and third period B are two different periods and therefore require two different applications to graduate.

Bachelor’s Degrees in health-related professions are subject to the graduation periods established in the decree by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research.

  How to register for graduation

The application procedure is available in the section ‘Diploma attainment’ on Uniweb and is broken down into the following steps:

  • Inserting dissertation information: title, title in English, keywords and supervisor
    Note: if your dissertation is written in English you must insert the same title twice, both in the field ‘dissertation title’ and in the field ‘dissertation title in English’.
  • fill in the Almalaurea questionnaire.
  • Approval of the dissertation title by the supervisor.
  • Registering for graduation upon choosing when to graduate.

Only at this point your application is correctly submitted and you will find the payment slip of € 16.00 in the section ‘Contributions’ on Uniweb.

Note: the whole procedure must be finalised by midnight on the last day of the application period.

Further information is available in the dedicated user’s guide.

Students of Primary Teacher Education (four-year degree programme prior to the Italian M.D. 509/1999) must follow a specific procedure

  How to change your application

Cancelling dissertation information: if you wish to cancel your dissertation information you previously inserted, you can email conseguimentotitolo.studenti@unipd.it before the application period closes.

Changing the dissertation title: Your supervisor is required to email conseguimentotitolo.studenti@unipd.it and specify the latest version of the dissertation title (both in Italian and in English) as well as your student ID.

Changing the supervisor: New supervisors are required to email conseguimentotitolo.studenti@unipd.it to notify they are going to replace the previous supervisor. In the email they must also specify the latest version of the dissertation title (both in Italian and in English) and your student ID.

Changing the dates when to graduate within the same period: if more than one set of dates is available within the same period, you can apply to graduate later in the same period by emailing conseguimentotitolo.studenti@unipd.it before the last day of the first set of dates you initially registered for.
Note: you cannot graduate before the dates you initially registered for.

Graduating in the next period: to graduate during the period following the one you registered for, you are required to cancel your previous registration on Uniweb and submit a new one by the set deadlines. If no changes are to be made to the title/supervisor, you will keep the approval you gained on your first registration. However, you will have to pay € 16.00 through the new payment slip.

  Tuition fees payment

If you are enrolled in a degree programme pursuant to the Italian M.D. 509/1999 and 270/2004, in order to graduate you must pay the following tuition fees, according to the graduation period:

  • if you are graduating in the first period (from February to April), you must have paid the first and the second instalment for the current academic year;
  • if you are graduating in the second period (from June to July), you must have paid all the tuition fees for the current academic year;
  • if you are graduating in the third period A or B (from September to December), you must have paidall the tuition fees for the current academic year; you are exempt from the first instalment of the tuition fees for the following academic year.

If you are enrolled in the last year of a degree programme prior to the Italian M.D. 509/99 and you are graduating by April, you are exempt from the first instalment of the tuition fees for the current academic year.

If you are enrolled in a health-related degree programme (Class 1-4SNT) and you are graduating in any graduation period that starts before April and you have all the certificates of attendance by September , you are exempt from the first instalment for the current academic year.

Further information on tuition fees is available at: www.unipd.it/en/tuition-fees

  Graduation photography

You are free to choose either a professional or a non-professional photographer or even a relative of yours to take pictures and record videos of your graduation day.

Only the selected photographers will access the area of the final examination to either photograph or record it.

The University is not to be considered as a party involved in the agreement between you and the photographer and is not at all responsible for it.

Photographers cannot photograph other people without their consent. Photographers’ activity must not interfere with the ongoing final examination nor drive the graduating student and the committee to distraction. Photographers who do not abide by these simple rules of conduct will be asked to leave the room.

Please note that the University is finalising ‘Photography regulations during the graduation day’. There are no agreements between accredited photographers and the University which does not have a list of photographers to provide you with.

After your graduation, you are ready to join the Alumni Association!