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This website explains deadlines and administrative procedure to graduate: how to submit the degree award form and register for the final exam.

The features of the Final exam and the opportunities related to the thesis project are described on the website Graduation - Master's Degree in Cognitive Science.


Deadlines a.y. 2023/2024
Thesis title declaration Degree award application period Master's thesis submission Graduation dates
by 11 March 2024 from 10 May to 10 June 2024 by 26 June 2024 10 July 2024
by 10 June 2024 from 9 August to 9 September 2024 by 25 September 2024 9 October 2024
by 12 August 2024 from 11 October to 11 November 2024 by 2 7November 2024 11 December 2024
by 11 November 2024 from 10 January to 10 February 2025 by 26 February 2025 12 March 2025


Degree award application

Upload the “Final Examination Request” form signed by your Supervisor in Esse3.

After this registration, you have to pay a contribution within the deadline indicated in the payment slip available in Esse3 - Registrar_s office - MyTasse.

Go to: Esse3 - Degree award - Title obtainment

Master’s thesis submission

Upload a copy of your thesis in Esse3.

Please, refer to the Thesis Guidelines and Templates for thesis’ structure and front cover format.

Go to: Esse3 - Degree award - Title obtainment

Completion of internship, thesis copies and abstract submission

  • If you haven't completed your internship yet, send by email the documents attesting the completion of your internship to the Students’ Support Office ( or to the MCS admin ( at least 10 days before the Master's defense

  • Submit a copy of the Master's thesis to your supervisor and the thesis examiner, indicated by the supervisor, 14 days before the dissertation at the latest (please agree with your Supervisor on the format).

  • Send by email a summary of the Master’s thesis to 7 days before the graduation day.

Master's defense

Around 7 days before the dissertation on this page will be published the Committee's nomination-decree containing:

  • the committee’s composition
  • the list of graduating students allowed to discuss the Master thesis
  • the time and the classroom where the Master's defense will take place

Each candidate will have 15 minutes for presenting her/his thesis and then there will be 5 minutes for questions.

Giving up the final exam

If you have to give up your final exam session, please mail to the Students Support Service of your Department ( from your mailbox.