The Degree in Business and Management is part of the international initiative of the School of Management and Economics, which is now recognized in many international scientific agreements and exchange programs for students and academics from foreign universities.
please note that the French Language Course for Beginners (first year) will start on Wednesday, October 7th.
Lectures will be held in Classroom 4 (ground level) every Wednesday at 11,00am-1,00pm
please note that the German Language Course for Beginners (first year) will start on Monday, October 12th.
Lectures will be held in Classroom Novara (New building) every Monday at 11,00am-1,00pm
we would like to remind you that to register for your exams, you have to follow the instructions on the file "Instructions to apply for exams 2014-2015", that was published on the University website with all the information regarding the procedure.
The document is available at the following link:
--> In order to register your marks of the exams that you already passed in the previous session, it is also compulsory that you log into the ESSE3 system and follow the enrollment procedure, marking in the “note field” that you want to REGISTER the mark of the previous exam held on… (put the date of the examination and the final mark). At the end of each semester we will set a specific day for registrations. PAY ATTENTION: this information applies only to English Version exams from Business Management and International Accounting courses.
Exceptionally, as for the integrated exams (composed by two modules), you have to directly contact the professor to apply to the first module, and ONLY after having passed also the SECOND module, you will be able to register the whole exam.
Students who FAILED an exam and want to retry it need to enroll on the system too and HAVE TO SHOW UP at the DATE and ROOM marked.
please note that the degree program includes a foreign language exam (6 CFU). As each course of the degree is taught in English, for the foreign language you have to choose among French, German and Spanish. You can also choose further language (except English) that can be inserted in the study plan as free credit.