Students currently enrolled in the Pharmacy one-cycle degree course can transit to the new qualifying degree (AA4 code), allowing them to obtain both the degree and professional pharmacist qualification.
This option must be selected by February 15th, 2024, through the attached form.
The form should be submitted in person to the Didactic Secretariat of the Pharmacy Degree Program, addressed to:
TRANSITION TO THE NEW SYSTEM
- Students A.Y. 2023-2024:
- All students enrolled in the academic year 2023-2024 are already part of the new qualifying degree system.
- Students who have received recognition for subsequent years will automatically remain in the new system unless they request otherwise.
Students from Previous Academic Years:
Option available upon request by the interested party through the attached application form (only for enrolled students in the current academic year).
CREDITS AND RECOGNITION
- All verbalized credits earned in the previous system will be recognized in the new system.
- Frequencies of already completed courses will be considered valid for the new system.
- Previously completed internships will be recognized. Any missing internship period will be completed under the same rules even after transferring to the new system.
- Further linguistic knowledge for 3 credits:
– students already in possession of 12 cfu of optional courses (previous cohorts) are required to fill in a self-certification with the list of exams carried out by the 15th December 2023, through the attached form.
– students not yet in possession of 12 cfu of optional courses are required to submit, if in their possession, a certificate of Italian language (foreign student) or foreign language (Italian student) from an accredited Institute by the 15th December 2023, a copy of the certification to the Didactic Secretariat. This will be quantified as 3 ECTS. – students not yet in possession of 12 cfu of optional courses, with no language certificate in their possession, can apply to a language ability test organized by the University’s Italian Language and Culture Center (CICLI), the University Language Center (CLA) or another accredited institute of equivalent level. This will be quantified as 3 ECTS.
All students who do not obtain the degree before the May 2026 degree session will be automatically passed into the qualifying degree course.
Access to the final exam for the one-cycle Degree includes the completion of an Evaluative Practical Test (EPT) preceding the thesis defense. Unlike the thesis, which is discussed in English, he EPT is conducted in Italian.
For more information about the EPT, please refer to the Didactic Regulations on the one-cycle Degree Program website.