Attention: this is a draft of the Degree Programme and therefore contents may change until final approval by the Academic Senate.

Academic Year 2013/14





School of Industrial and Information Engineering



Degree Programme of:


Management and Production Engineering
Laurea (Equivalent To Bachelor Of Science)


Milano Campus

1. General Information

School School of Industrial and Information Engineering
Code Reference Law394
NameManagement and Production Engineering
Reference LawOrdinamento 270/04
Class of degree ()L-8 - Information Technology
L-9 - Industrial Engineering
Degree level Laurea (Equivalent To Bachelor Of Science)
First year of activation 2008/2009
Official length of the programme 3
Years of the programme already activated 1,2,3
Official language(s) Italian
Campus Milano
Dean of the School Giovanni Gustavo Lozza
Coordinator of the Study programme Alberto Portioli Staudacher
Website of the School http://www.ingindinf.polimi.it
Website of the Study programme
http://www.dig.polimi.it/gestionale
() The student belongs to one or the other Degree class depending on the education chose.


Central Student Office - Milano Bovisa
Address VIA LAMBRUSCHINI, 15 (MI)

2. General presentation of the study programme

Since being conceived about twenty-five years ago, the image of the management engineer has been perceived as one of change and innovation. In some aspects it is similar to that of the classical engineer, being responsible for designing and managing systems, but with the difference that the context in which the management engineer works is both more complex and more heterogeneous due to the introduction of a human element and the close interaction between technological, economic, organizational and financial variables.

The project of the management engineer was inspired by a new professional profile - that of the engineer-manager – this concept was then translated into a clearly defined and consistent university curriculum, which was subsequently imitated by other eminent European universities. This programme has been continuously updated, modifying and improving the courses offered, in order to meet the requirements of businesses and institutions where he/she will be employed and to retain the cutting edge innovating knowledge associated with this professional profile.
The over 7,500 management and production engineers who have graduated at  the Politecnico di Milano are today everywhere as an evidence of the extremely favourable regard  that the labour market has given and continues to give to this professional role.

Management engineers work in a wide range of activities and functions, such as the design of technologies and aids to production, the design and management of production and logistic systems, strategic planning and corporate development, sales, purchasing and marketing, management control and organization, supply chain management and internationalisation, financial markets and corporate finance, management of large projects (manufacturing and processing plants, infrastructures, R&D), internet applications and ICT services, management of activities in regulated markets  and in network service sectors.

 


3. Learning objectives

The Bachelor of Science in Management and Production Engineering (B.Sc.) produces a professional figure of a highly unitary character.  Each student may put more emphasis on certain  aspects rather than others, according to the track chosen at the beginning of the third year.-  In particular, the structure of the programme offers two Tracks one of which more oriented to Logistic and Production and the second oriented to Organization.

The track Logistics and production  puts more emphasis on principles of functioning, designing and modelling production and logistics systems, on the fundamentals of the main industrial technologies and on the role of information and communication technologies in the management and integration of the entire logistic process (supply-chain), bearing in mind the related economic aspects. Within this  scope, the track  places specific attention on performance measurement methods of the overall system and on planning and implementation of improvements.

The track Organization places more emphasis on the vision of a company as a system, on how it organises its activity and on management tools (financial statements, cost analysis, investment analysis, competitive analysis). Within this scope, it places specific attention on interactions between management and technological choices, with particular reference to information and communication technologies, and on the issues of reorganization and computerisation of company processes.

There is also an application track  for students who aim for an immediate launch into the world of work. T It includes a company traineeship, in which students are directly involved in a working experience.

Within the scope of  each  track, ad hoc laboratories have been created in order to move students closer to real issues and introduce them to project-related problems. The possibility – entirely innovative outside  business schools – of using the business game as a final examination has been introduced.


4. Organization of the study programme and further studies

4.1 Structure of the study programme and Qualifications

The Management and Production Engineering Bachelor Degree lasts three years and it covers 180  credits (CFU). The first and second year are the same for all students. The third year  is  different according to the choice of programme (in preparation for the Masters Degree or Applied) and  to the chosen track(Logistics and production or Organization).

 

The first two years are aimed to provide  a solid cultural background that brings together typical engineering knowledge with that typical of management and production engineering. The third year  allows students to complete their  skills in management and production engineering, by offering  different tracks.

In order to provide a complete overview, the general structure of the Programme,    Teaching Regulation 270/04 is shown below.


4.2 Further Studies

The Bachelor degree in Management and Production Engineering allows the access to the  “Master Degree” (Teaching Regulation 270/04) according to the limitations established by the law and according to to the rules approved by each university.The most natural continuation of the programme is the  Master of Science in Management and Production Engineering, offered by the II School of Engineering of the Politecnico di Milano, in the Bovisa and Como campuses (international classes). For the admission conditions please see the related  Master of Science Programmes.


5. Professional opportunities and work market

5.1 Professional status of the degree

A degree of Bachelor of Science in Management and Production Engineering (Teaching Regulation 270/04) is classed in both the categories L/8 (Information Technology) and L/9 (Industrial Engineering). In any case,   the qualification of Management and production Engineer is the unique.

 
According to the law, however, the Degree issued by the University will refer to only one of the abovementioned two Classes. The choice of  a Track at the beginning of the  third year will imply the Class in which to graduate: the track 'Organization' belongs to class L/8 (Information Engineering) whilst 'Logistics and Production' belongs to class L/9 (Industrial Engineering). A student who chooses the  Application trackmust express the option for one of these two Classes.
Management and Production Engineering Bachelor graduates can, if they are interested, take the ‘Professional Exam’ (Esame di Stato), a state-run, professional qualification examination, enabling them to enrol under Section B (Junior Engineers) of the Engineers’ professional register, only in the sector “Information Technology Engineering” or “Industrial Engineering” corresponding to their degree qualification Classification.

 

5.2 Careers options and profiles

More than 10,000 management engineers have graduated from the Politecnico di Milano in the 30 years since this degree course was introduced. The many diverse paths they have followed underline the significance the labour market gives to this professional qualification, clearly appreciating the flexibility shown by graduates when working in activities not initially covered or considered when the course was designed. The majority of them can be found in industry, but they are also in service companies, in utilities (communications, energy, transport, etc.), in consultancy firms, in financial institutions, in local authorities, in public administrations and in non-profit organisations.

Management engineers work in a wide range of activities and functions, such as the design of technologies and aids to production, the design and management of production and logistic systems, strategic planning and corporate development, sales, purchasing and marketing, management control and organisation, supply chain management and internationalisation, financial markets and corporate finance, management of large projects (manufacturing and processing plants, infrastructures, R&D), internet applications and ICT services, management of activities in regulated markets and in network service sectors.

An Istat (Istituto nazionale di statistica - national statistics institute) survey carried out in 2011 underlined that at national level one year after obtaining their degrees, 89,7% of Bachelor graduates and 91,7% of Master graduates were in stable employment.

The best job placement of the young Bachelor graduates is that concerning Management Engineering where the 93,5% have an employment. As far as Master Degrees are concerned, 95% of Management and Mechanical Engineers have an employment.

The degree course in Management Engineering has always had strong links with businesses and the labour market.

The Career Service (http://www.careerservice.polimi.it) coordinates the offer of work placements for students and graduates. Opportunities within each course are posted on the Career Service portal, which can be accessed at http://www.polimi.it/studenti/percorri-la-tua-carriera/stage-e-tirocini..

In the Application track of the Bachelor of Science in Management and Production Engineering, a traineeship is compulsory. The Programme Board will notify students of any internship opportunities and guide them in the choice of an academic tutor who will support them in the project.


Surveys of University Assessment Commission
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6. Enrolment

6.1 Access requirements

Secondary school leaving qualification, or foreign comparable qualifications

For admission to the Management and Production Engineering Bachelor degree, the test, that is the same for all Politecnico di Milano Engineering Bachelor degrees, must be taken to ascertain students’ aptitude and preparation for studies.

Students who are already enrolled on other degree programmes or at other Universities and wish to transfer to the Management and Production Engineering Programme can request acknowledgement of any CFU credits they have already earned.

 

For further information: http://polimi.it/orientamento

 

6.2 Requested knowledge

Detailed information concerning the admission test are available on the Guidance web site:
http://www5.ceda.polimi.it/redirezionatore/GotoRegolamentiCds.do?evn_default=EVENTO&idLinkCds=228


The educational offer at the Politecnico di Milano
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=4947

6.3 Deadlines for admission and number of places available

Detailed information concerning deadlines and available places can be found in the Enrolment Guide:
http://www5.ceda.polimi.it/redirezionatore/GotoRegolamentiCds.do?evn_default=EVENTO&idLinkCds=228


How to become a student at Politecnico di Milano
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6.4 Tutoring and students support

The "Tutoring" service has the objective of assisting students during their studies, especially in the first three years. This activity involves   student-tutors and professor-tutors.  The student-tutors provide students with information

on the practical organization of  studies and on the support system offered by the Politecnico. Furthermore, they help students which need to fill basic gaps (for example, students with compulsory supplementary education). Student tutor activity is carried out by meetings during his appointment period or via e-mail. The service is organised as part of the Programme to which students should refer for all necessary information in finding tutors and the services provided.

Moreover, the tutoring service provides professors, on request, with PhD student tutors to support students in laboratory activities, to provide additional support to foreign students or to organise teaching material provided by professors.

Amongst the initiatives provided by the School in enhancing individual student productivity are courses in Unix and Matlab.


Polinternational
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7. Contents of the study Program

7.1 Programme requirements

As specified in the academic regulations, 180 credits are required to obtain the degree (first level) in the following areas.

  • physics and chemistry;
  • mathematics, computer science and statistics;
  • engineering principles;
  • management and production engineering.

7.2 Mode of study

This Course requires a full time attendance and involves classroom and laboratory activities

7.3 Detailed learning objectives

Starting from the academic year 2009/10  the Programme of study in  Management and Production Engineering Bachelor Degree  has been activated according to the Teaching Regulation 270/04. Students enrolled up to the year 2007/08 with the Teaching Regulation 509/99 have the possibility to pass to the Teaching Regulation 270/04.

The courses offered in the academic year 2013/14 are listed below.


1 Year courses


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
082919AMAT/03
MAT/05
ANALISI MATEMATICA I E GEOMETRIA110.010.0
091103AING-INF/05INFORMATICA A110.010.0
091104AFIS/01FISICA SPERIMENTALE110.010.0
082924AMAT/05ANALISI MATEMATICA II210.010.0
072361AMAT/06PROBABILITA' E STATISTICA MATEMATICA210.010.0
060025B,CING-IND/31
ING-INF/01
PRINCIPI DI INGEGNERIA ELETTRICA210.010.0

2 Year courses


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
082922AMAT/09METODI DI OTTIMIZZAZIONE DELLA RICERCA OPERATIVA110.010.0
061190B,CING-IND/35
SECS-P/01
ECONOMIA E ORGANIZZAZIONE AZIENDALE A110.010.0
091105BING-INF/04FONDAMENTI DI AUTOMATICA110.010.0
082923BING-IND/16TECNOLOGIA MECCANICA E QUALITA'210.010.0
072363B,CING-IND/17GESTIONE DEI SISTEMI LOGISTICI E PRODUTTIVI210.010.0
072398CSECS-P/01ECONOMIA210.010.0

3 Year courses - Track: GAP - Applicativo


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
061189B,CING-IND/35GESTIONE AZIENDALE A110.010.0
085630AING-INF/05SISTEMI INFORMATIVI110.010.0
072371BING-IND/16SISTEMI INTEGRATI DI PRODUZIONE110.0
061407B,CING-IND/35SISTEMI ORGANIZZATIVI110.010.0
085758AING-INF/05TECNOLOGIE DELL'INFORMAZIONE PER L'IMPRESA110.0
072366B,CING-IND/17GESTIONE DEGLI IMPIANTI INDUSTRIALI210.0
087196B,CING-IND/17
ING-IND/35
ANALISI E PROGETTAZIONE DEI PROCESSI AZIENDALI27.07.0
085728B,CING-IND/17LABORATORIO DI IMPIANTI INDUSTRIALI27.0
085729----TIROCINIO (LP ING. GESTIONALE)120.020.0
085729----TIROCINIO (LP ING. GESTIONALE)220.0
085730----FINAL WORK--13.03.0
085730----FINAL WORK--23.0

3 Year courses - Track: GPL - Propedeutico LM - Logistica e Produzione


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
072365ACHIM/07FONDAMENTI CHIMICI PER LE TECNOLOGIE110.010.0
077930CING-IND/09
ING-IND/10
TECHNICAL PHYSICS AND ENERGETICS SYSTEMS/110.0
091112AMAT/05
MAT/07
METODI E MODELLI MATEMATICI PER L'INGEGNERIA [C.I.]110.0
060124CICAR/08SCIENZA DELLE COSTRUZIONI210.0
077933B,CING-IND/13
ING-IND/15
DISEGNO E FONDAMENTI DI MECCANICA APPLICATA210.0
061189B,CING-IND/35GESTIONE AZIENDALE A110.010.0
085630AING-INF/05SISTEMI INFORMATIVI110.010.0
072371BING-IND/16SISTEMI INTEGRATI DI PRODUZIONE110.0
072366B,CING-IND/17GESTIONE DEGLI IMPIANTI INDUSTRIALI210.010.0
087196B,CING-IND/17
ING-IND/35
ANALISI E PROGETTAZIONE DEI PROCESSI AZIENDALI27.07.0
085728B,CING-IND/17LABORATORIO DI IMPIANTI INDUSTRIALI27.0
077930CING-IND/09
ING-IND/10
TECHNICAL PHYSICS AND ENERGETICS SYSTEMS/110.010.0
077933B,CING-IND/13
ING-IND/15
DISEGNO E FONDAMENTI DI MECCANICA APPLICATA210.0
085726----BUSINESS GAME--23.03.0

3 Year courses - Track: GPO - Propedeutico LM - Organizzazione


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
072365ACHIM/07FONDAMENTI CHIMICI PER LE TECNOLOGIE110.010.0
077930CING-IND/09
ING-IND/10
TECHNICAL PHYSICS AND ENERGETICS SYSTEMS/110.0
091112AMAT/05
MAT/07
METODI E MODELLI MATEMATICI PER L'INGEGNERIA [C.I.]110.0
060124CICAR/08SCIENZA DELLE COSTRUZIONI210.0
077933B,CING-IND/13
ING-IND/15
DISEGNO E FONDAMENTI DI MECCANICA APPLICATA210.0
061189B,CING-IND/35GESTIONE AZIENDALE A110.010.0
085630AING-INF/05SISTEMI INFORMATIVI110.010.0
072371BING-IND/16SISTEMI INTEGRATI DI PRODUZIONE110.0
061407B,CING-IND/35SISTEMI ORGANIZZATIVI210.010.0
087196B,CING-IND/17
ING-IND/35
ANALISI E PROGETTAZIONE DEI PROCESSI AZIENDALI27.07.0
077930CING-IND/09
ING-IND/10
TECHNICAL PHYSICS AND ENERGETICS SYSTEMS/110.010.0
060124CICAR/08SCIENZA DELLE COSTRUZIONI210.0
085726----BUSINESS GAME--23.03.0

7.3.1 Recommended prerequisites


Code

Insegnamento

Code

Recommdended prerequisite

087196

Analysis And Design Of Business Processes

061189

Management And Organizational Design A

072363

Logistics And Production Systems Management

082924

Mathematical Analysis 2

082919

Mathematical Analysis I And Geometry

077930

Technical Physics And Energetics Systems

091104

General Physics - Mechanics And Thermodynamics

091105

Fundamentals Of Automatic Control

082919

Mathematical Analysis I And Geometry

082924

Mathematical Analysis 2

082922

Mathematical Methods For Operations Research

082919

Mathematical Analysis I And Geometry

082923

Mechanical Technology And Quality

072361

Probability And Mathematical Statistics

072363

Logistics And Production Systems Management

072361

Probability And Mathematical Statistics

061190

Economics And Business Administration A

061189

Management And Organizational Design A

061190

Economics And Business Administration A

073266

Industrial Plants Management

072363

Logistics And Production Systems Management

085728

Operations Management Laboratory

072363

Logistics And Production Systems Management

091112

Mathematical Methods And Models [C.I.]

082919

Mathematical Analysis I And Geometry

082924

Mathematical Analysis 2

072361

Probability And Mathematical Statistics

082919

Mathematical Analysis I And Geometry

060124

Mechanics Of Elastic Structures

082919

Mathematical Analysis I And Geometry

082920

General Physics - Mechanics And Thermodynamics

085630

Information Systems

091103

Fundamentals Of Computer Science

072371

Integrated Production Systems

082923

Mechanical Technology And Quality

061407

Organizational Systems

061189

Management And Organizational Design A

085758

Business Information Technologies

085630

Information Systems


7.3.2 Individual Tracks


Tracks proposed by the students and constructed in an autonomous way can be exceptionally accepted only in presence of strong motivations. Such a restriction can be overcome only if:

  • a track became de facto autonomous since there have been modifications to the Teaching Regulation of the study programme
  • the autonomous track has been submitted in order to participate to programmes of international exchanges.

7.3.3 Examinations passed before enrolling in the Master of Science programme (M.Sc.)


During the Bachelor degree, students can, in the interests of future admission to a Master of Science programme:

  • A1) earn CFU credits by passing extra M.Sc. examinations, included in their  study tracks; these CFUs   that can be acknowledged as part of the 120 credits needed to be awarded an M.Sc.
  • A2) acquire attendance status in M.sc. courses.  As in A1) but without the request of passing the examination that, as a result of acquiring attendance status, can be taken in advance.
  • A3) Earn CFU credits for track integrations established by an ad hoc Bachelor of Science admissionsCommission; these CFU credits are “in addition” to the 120 needed to be awarded the Bachelor of Science.

 

In the period between awarding of the Bachelor Degree and enrolment on the M.Sc., in the interests of the latter, it is possible to:

  • B1) earn CFU   by successfully passing M.Sc. Examinations, by enrolling on M.Sc. modules as individual modules. These are considered “advance” CFUs that can be acknowledged as part of the 120 credits needed to be awarded an M.Sc.
  • B2) acquire attendance status in M.Sc. modules as in  B1) but without passing the examination.
  • B3) Earn CFU credits for track integrations established by an ad hoc Bachelor of Science admissions Commission; these CFU  are “in addition” to the 120 needed to be awarded the Bachelor of Science.

 

There are the  following limitations:

  1. the total number of CFU  (by passing examinations and/or by acquiring attendance status) that can be acknowledged as part of the 120 CFU credits needed to be awarded the M.Sc. (A1+A2+B1+B2) cannot exceed  30. Thus any additional CFU credits earned exceeding 30 will not be taken into account.
  2. the number of CFU credits acquired by single modules cannot exceed 80 CFU, including also  track integrations (A3 and B3).

7.4 Foreign language

Language courses
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7.5 Degree examination

The general procedures on the final graduation exam are included in the document “Final Graduation Exam Regulations” approved by the School Board in the meetings of 25.07.2007 and 1.07.2010 ( http://www.ingsis.polimi.it/cms/file/799/regolamento-lauree_NO-2009_-_rev_TESIONLINE.pdf ).

According to this document and according to the specific needs of the programme, the C.S. In Management and Production Engeneering has introduced the following specifications.

The final examination is worth 3 CFU credits. The final examination score is not calculated as part of the average score but is used to increase the overall Bachelor degree score. The maximum increase is 8/110.

For students of M.Sc. Preparatory courses the final graduation exam consists of participation in a 'business game', that is a competition based on simulating a company environment, which is held annually in the second semester. A student is admitted to the business game if he\she has in its Track the final graduation exam (3CFU) and have already passed two of the following three exams: Economy and business administration, Logistic and production system management, Management and organization design.The rules and how to participate will be available on the website www.dig.polimi.it/business-game.

The final graduation examination for students on the Application  track is linked to the traineeship and will consist of a critical analysis of the specific project to which the student has contributed. The work is  then assessed by a board. Students will be notified regarding the preparation procedures in  due time.Further information on general rules, regulations, enrolment in degree examination sessions and thesis submission can be found on  http://www.polimi.it/studenti/concludi-i-tuoi-studi/esame-di-laurea/.


Information concerning general rules and regulations, session calendars, registration and consignment of theses is available at
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=3140

8. Academic calendar

Academic calendar
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9. Faculty

The names of professors for each Course, together with their subject, will be available on the degree programme starting from the month of September.
The degree programme is annually published on the website of Politecnico di Milano.

10. Infrastructures and laboratories

Teaching activities take place on the Milano Bovisa Campus at via Lambruschini 4 in modern and functional buildings equipped with computer laboratories.

 

Students are invited to regularly consult information and notices on the school websites:

 

Industrial and Information Engineering School http://www.ingindinf.polimi.it
Management and Production Engineering Programme

http://www.dig.polimi.it/gestionale

 

 

A list of e-mail contacts is made available to students for obtaining specific information or for sending applications and requests:

 

Clarifications on how to pass to the Teaching Regulation 270/04

270.ges@polimi.it

Guidance and entrance tests (for students that are not enrolled)

ufficio.orientamento@ceda.polimi.it

Guidance (for enrolled students only)

orientamento.ges@polimi.it

Transfers and recognition of examinations (Bachelor degree)

trasferimenti.ges@polimi.it

Study Tracks (Bachelor degree)

pianiLP.ges@polimi.it

Admission to the Master of Science

ammissioniLM.ges@polimi.it

Study Tracks (Master of Science)

pianiLS.ges@polimi.it

Erasmus Programmes and international exchanges

erasmus.ges@polimi.it

Traineeships

tirocini.ges@polimi.it

Business Game

businessgame.ges@polimi.it

President of the Programme Board (CCS)

ccs.ges@polimi.it

Student-elected representatives on the Programme Board

studenticcs.ges@polimi.it

 


11. International context

As reported by a recent EQUIS (the European Quality Improvement System) survey, the Management Engineering degree is recognised as a programme of excellence creating a uniform professional profile which unites traditional fundamental engineering competencies with the organisational, corporate and productive skills typical of Business and Management Schools.

About the 27% of the students in the Milano and Como Campus are international.

There is a continuous growth of the number of foreign professors and of courses and seminars in English.

In addition to the Erasmus exchange programme, several bilateral agreements are in force. These include agreements

Erasmus, double degree programs, Unitech (agreements with Ecole Centrale Paris, ETH Zurich, RWTH Aachen University and others) and specific agreements for joint initiatives with Tongji University, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Ural State Technical University.

 


12. Internationalization

The Bachelor degree in Management and Production Engineering  encourages international exchanges  and student mobility abroad. The various possibilities may be  found at http://www.polimi.it/studenti/fai-unesperienza-allestero/.

Students, during their academic career, can take examinations in foreign Universities. The credits earned abroad may be acknowledged according to the rules explained in paragraph 12.1. Proposals for  foreign exchanges  must be approved by the appropriate Commission For requests and clarifications: erasmus.ges@polimi.it.

On the Como Campus, the Master degree in Management  Engineering is offered entirely in English. It  mainly attended by foreign students (EU and non-EU),  and it is particularly recommended to those Italian students who wish to experience  an international  environment. For further information see the website: http://www.como.polimi.it.


12.1 Erasmus Regulations (Bachelor Degree)


12.1.1 Admission requirements

All students who have earned an average number of CFU credits per semester  – starting from the date of enrolment – of 25 or more, regardless of the average score, are admitted   to the Erasmus programme.

It is possible to be admitted to the Erasmus programme only once, thus a student who has been in the Erasmus programme during the Bachelor degree cannot apply again during the Master degree.

For more information, students may consult the Teaching framework of  the master programme in Management Engineer.12.1.2 Credits that cen be earned outside the Politecnico The total number of CFU credits that can be earned abroad  in order to obtain the Bachelor  degree, is 30.   It is not possible to earn CFU credits abroad on modules already attended but whose examinations have not  been taken.

Students may not leave before the second semester of the second year.

Students  can go abroad for one semester. They can attend a foreign University for two consecutive semesters if their departure is at the beginning of the third year and that they have no more than 10 “overdue” CFU credits.

  

12.1.2 Study Track flexibility

For modules characterising each Track  (sectors ING-IND/16, 17, 35, ING-INF/04), it is necessary to find “close” correspondences, in terms of content, with courses at the host University. On the other hand, for non-characterising courses, a correspondence on a subject level is permitted only where a close correspondence cannot be found.

 

12.1.3 Evaluation during graduation of credits acquired abroad

The Graduation Commission, when deciding on a final score, can also consider results achieved abroad on the basis of an assessment carried out by the coordinator for the Erasmus programme the student participated in, and according to the general University Regulations. Scores achieved in examinations taken abroad do not however count to detreminethe total average score for admission to Bachelor degree graduation.                  


Information on exchange programmes, double degree projects and international internships, European research and international relations projects are available at
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=4657

13. Quantitative data


14. Further information

These Regulations were approved by the School Board on 23.04.2013 and were issued on XXXXXXX.  The information is to be considered up-to-date at that time.

Any amendments to this information will be made available on the Industrial and Information Engineering School website (http://www.ingindinf.polimi.it) and on the programme website (http://www.dig.polimi.it/gestionale).

Subject to availability of the School budget, a number of foreseen modules may not be run.

Starting from the academic year 2014-15 all the courses of the Master Degree will be only taught in English.


15. Errata corrige