Thesis and Graduation
Please see the academic calendar to know the graduation sessions
The thesis is a dissertation drafted in English, under the guidance of a supervisor, on one of the topics studied during the Bachelor’s Degree and listed in the student’s career plan.
For the students enrolled in 2018/19 a.y. or earlier the thesis lenghth should be 30-40 standard page (6 ECTS), while for the students enrolled in 2019/20 a.y. or later thesis lenghth should be 15-20 standard page (3 ECTS).
The thesis must be in English. Binding the thesis is not mandatory.
The academic supervisor must be an official professor of the Business and Management Degree Course, Professor (“titolare”) or Associate professor (“a contratto”) of the course selected as the subject of the thesis, or a professor or researcher of the School of Management and Economics and belonging to the scientific disciplinary sector of the thesis topic.
For Associate professors the graduation subject should be the same as the one appearing on the professor’s contract.
Tutors and Teaching assistants cannot be supervisors for the thesis.
For Bachelor’s Degrees students cannot request co-supervisors.
The thesis topic should be selected among the disciplinary sectors of the exams that are listed in the student’s career plan.
The scientific disciplinary sector of each course is mentioned on the website, on the course’s page, under the section “Course disciplinary sector (SSD)”.
If students want to write their thesis about their internship they should connect their work experience to one of the courses in their career plan.
In order to graduate, students should submit an online graduation application through MyUnito, within the deadlines established for each graduation session.
in order to be sure to be able to graduate within the graduation session and avoiding withdrawing the graduation application, it is recommended to submit the graduation application just after having passed, even if not yet registered, at least 162 ECTS (CFU).
Read the step-to-step guide to fill in the graduation application.
Please remember that the procedure will require students to upload:
- Receipt of the graduation application
- Thesis title signed by the supervisor
- Alma laurea receipt
These forms must be uploaded within the deadline for the graduation application.
The thesis must be uploaded within the deadline for the thesis upload (check in the table)
If for any reason you want to withdraw your graduation application, you should send an official request. You should:
- Fill in the form (the form needs to be filled in also if the student withdraw through the online procedure)
- Send the form through the Help Desk and at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you do not send the withdraw request, you will not be able to submit the graduation application for the following graduation session.
If you want to graduate to the next graduation session you will have to re-send the graduation application.
The University of Turin has launched the “Online thesis” service which allows you to rapidly upload your thesis.
You can have access to the service and read useful information regarding the thesis upload on this section
Please check the calendar of the deadlines to verify the due date of the thesis upload.
Instructions in English [To be added]
Starting from the Summer Session of the a.y. 2019/20 (July 2020) the scores attributed to obtain the Bachelor's Degrees will follow the rules indicated in the Teaching Regulations (a.y. 2020 / 21), approved on 19th June 2020, which provide for improvements.
The Committee will evaluate the dissertation, for which no defense is envisaged, on the basis of the supervisor's assessment and will assign a score from 0 to 3.
The final evaluation will also be awarded an additional score calculated on the basis of the average of the student’s grades as follows:
1- Score related to the initial weighted average:
- initial score 91/110 or lower: + 0 points;
- initial score from 92/110 to 96/110: + 3 points;
- initial score from 97/110 to 101/110: + 4 points;
- initial score 102/110 or higher: + 5 points.
2 - Graduation session score
Some additional points will be attributed as follows:
- + 3 points for students graduating in the summer session (July);
- + 2 points for students graduating in the autumn session (October);
- + 1 point for students graduating in the winter session
Students enrolled for no more than 3 academic years (full time enrolment) or 4 academic years (two years of part time enrolment and two years of full time enrolment) are entitled to the additional points.
The Committees will use a 110-point scale; if the total score is 110,5 or higher the Graduation Committee can unanimously decide to confer the Degree with final honours (cum laude).
The student's initial score is calculated on the basis of the weighted average which is calculated on the basis of the marks of all exams in the career plan. Students can see their weighted average on their MyUniTO page, under the “libretto” section.
Autumn Session – October 2023
Bachelor's Degree Awarding
The joint Committee for all Bachelor's Degree of the School of Management and Economics, meeting in a closed session, will define the grade and fill in the graduation register:
Autumn Session October, 17th, 2023 (Degree awarding date)
Starting from October, 2nd, it will be possible to see the graduation session and the candidates' list at the Graduation Notices Board.
Please note: neither discussion, nor the candidates’ attendance are required on the degree awarding date.
All graduates will be able to download the degree self-certification from their MyUniTO page, which can be submitted for all purposes permitted by law from the day following the graduation date (October, 18th, 2023)
October, 17th, at 2.30 pm
Please note that attendance at the ceremony is not mandatory as it is a time of sharing and celebration and not an administrative act. Therefore, the date of the ceremony could be different from the Degree awarding date.