What does the final exam consist of?

The 3 CFU Final Exam of the Energy Engineering Degree Program aims to assess the student’s ability to independently carry out an in-depth study and/or preliminary design work, even of an interdisciplinary nature, and to summarize in writing the main contents learned in the Degree Program.

The final exam regulations, which also include information on the calculation of the graduation grade, are available at the following link:


Access to the Final Exam is generally possible at the end of all exams, when the student has obtained 177 CFU. Access can also be granted if the following conditions are simultaneously met: a) the student has obtained at least 165 CFU; b) the student is only missing one of the training activities provided for in the study plan.