Study Plans

You can build your own Study Plan by exploiting pre-defined options (already approved by the CdS Council). New pre-defined options for Study Plans, or specific changes on previously approved options, are made available yearly by the CdS Council. Your own Study Plan might be catch among options available in the academic years during which you enroll, or in subsequent years. For instance, if you enroll during the academic year 2019/2020, you are allowed to chose a Pre-defined Study Plan among those made available 2019/2020, or among those made available in more recent years.

See pre-defined Study Plans.

Personalised Study Plan

If pre-defined options are not for you, you can also build a personalised Study Plan (‘Free  Study  Plan’); in this case, your Plan proposal will need to be evaluated and ultimately approved by the CdS Council.

It is important to obtain such formal approval before starting taking exams.

External activities

A Study Plan can embed a few external didactic activities, carried out outside the Physics Department. These might include, for instance, internships in universities abroad, periods spent in international laboratories, Summer Schools, or didactit activities carried out at the Scuola Normale and Scuola Sant’Anna of Pisa. See guidelines.

Submit your Study Plan

You can submit your Study Plan anytyme, through the CAPS web portal. To access, use your UniPi credentials (the same used for the Alice web portal).

Change your Study Plan

To make variations in your Study Plan (for instance, if you want to include a specific exam not already embedded in the previously approved Plan), you need to submit proposed changes. It is important to then obtain a formal approval by the CdS Board, before taking newly included exams.

Guidelines to build your own Study Plans are presented in the CAPS web portal.

Pre-defined Study Plans 2023/2024

Pre-defined Study Plans, previous years

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