Transfers and course passages
Course changes and transfers are discussed by the Degree Course Committee. From the first exam date after the date on which the relevant Committee approved the transfer request, the transferred student is permitted to continue their studies, including exams on the courses they have been authorised to attend.
Assessment of prior studies
- Are you a student enrolled on a second-cycle degree in Social Services Planning and Management at another University wishing to transfer to the equivalent second-cycle degree course at the University of Parma?
- Are you a student enrolled on a second-cycle degree course of a different class, wishing to transfer to the second-cycle degree in Social Services Planning and Management at the University of Parma?
- Have you already graduated but would like to enrol on the second-cycle degree in Social Services Planning and Management at the University of Parma?
Are you looking for an approximate idea of which of your exams and how many of your credits will be validated?
You can find the educational qualifications for the various years of the second-cycle degree course in Social Services Planning and Management HERE As a rule, bear in mind that:
The Degree Course Committee evaluates university studies completed in Italy and abroad for validation based on the provisions of the didactic regulations. Students from second-cycle degree courses in Social Services Planning and Management at other universities, from degree courses of a different class, or who have graduated with degrees in of a different class wishing to enrol on the second-cycle degree course in Social Services Planning and Management can request the validation of course modules they have already taken.
For each request, the Degree Course Committee determines which of the modules can be validated and the number of CFU (credits) that the student can be awarded. Studies are assessed for validation by the Didactic Committee of the Course of Study. It is therefore necessary to document the request by sending an email to: email@example.com