Application for graduation

To apply to be admitted to a graduation session, you must:

  • register for the degree exam, via Web, no later than 30 days before the deadline date of the call for applications.
    The website to use is Alice (enter the reserved area, use a personal login and password, click on “Degree Programmes” and enter the information requested).
    If the deadline of 30 days before the call is not respected, the request can be presented only in person, by going to the Students’ office in Largo B. Pontecorvo 3, attaching a copy of the payment of the € 200.00 financial penalty to be made out via postal current account no. 150565 to the University of Pisa (reason: AMLAU). Late applications can only be presented at least 15 days before the deadline of the call for admission.
    IMPORTANT: the Academic Senate, with a resolution of 10 November 2009, made it mandatory for all undergraduates to complete the “Evaluation questionnaire”. The receipt of completion must be presented to the Student Secretariat together with a photocopy of the booklet, otherwise the student will be unable to graduate.
  • compile the degree exam application form for the Teaching Unit of Computer Science Courses, Largo B. Pontecorvo 3 (downloadable MS Word, pdf formats) no later than 30 days before the graduation date. The application must be countersigned by the supervisor or supervisors if more than one. The form can be sent by e-mail to the address (always and only use the institutional address

Validity of application for degree exam

In the CCSI assembly of 19/9/2006 it was approved that the application for graduation presented to the Teaching Unit of Computer Science Courses, maintains its validity for only two graduation sessions.

After this period, if the student has not yet graduated, they must present a new application with the procedures in effect at that time. The application via Web for the final degree exam is valid for only one graduation session. If the student renounces their right to attend the final exam session, the procedure must be repeated for the following graduation session.