Gruaduation dissertation / Final examination

The final exam involves the acquisition of 5 credits and its evaluation contributes to the final degree score.
For the final exam, the student must prepare a paper on the activity carried out during the Internship. This Internship Report will be agreed with the Academic Tutor and independently carried out by the student in the form of a written text (report, report, scientific or popular article, etc.), presentation, or other media form deemed appropriate for the purposes of the exposition. The aim of the final examination is the discussion of an Internship Report by the graduating student in front of the Graduation Commission, in order to verify the capacity of exposition and discussion of a topic concerning the activity carried out during the Internship

 

the graduating student will present the results obtained during his internship to the Graduation Commission. The exposure time provided for the discussion is 15 minutes. At the end of the exhibition, the Commission asks questions relating to the work performed and related topics. The Commission evaluates the candidate's exposure and expresses his opinion taking into account the judgment of the Rapporteur and the entire course of study of the student, also evaluating the cultural maturity and the ability of the candidate to elaborate as well as the quality of the work done during the course Internship.

 

For the definition of the final degree grade, the Commission considers the weighted average of the marks obtained in the training activities including the exams passed at other degree courses and validated (Annex 8 - Weighted average calculation). The average in hundredths of a second is rounded up or down if the two digits after the decimal point will be equal to / greater than 50 or lower. This average is increased up to a maximum of 8 points (6 points in the case of internal Compilation Internship) based on the evaluation of the Graduation Commission.

 

An additional score is awarded for the students who graduate in 3 years, modulated as follows: 3 points more for those who graduate in the summer session, 2 points for those who graduate in the autumn session, 1 point in addition for those who graduate in the winter session (December / January or March).

 

Finally, 1 more point can be assigned to those students who have played or hold positions within institutional bodies / committees (eg, Joint Commission for Teacher Professors, Review Group, Student Representations, etc.).

 

The Commission will recognize an additional score for those who have completed a period of study abroad within the Erasmus program, in the following measure: 1 point more for those who have achieved at least 9 credits, to which will be added 1 point for every 6 CFU over this amount, up to a maximum of 3 points.

 

In any case, the maximum score in addition to the weighted average is 12 points. An average (after rounding) of at least 103/110 is required for the awarding of the Lode. Praise must be proposed by the Academic Tutor and unanimously approved by the Commission.
The achievement of the degree involves the academic qualification of Doctor of Gastronomic Sciences.