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GUIDES TO THE UNIVERSITY

2019-2020 A.Y.
World Bachelor in Business



8.
ADMINISTRATIVE RULES, PROCEDURES AND DEADLINES

 
8.1.
Renewing enrollment

Students who attend the last year of studies at Bocconi University must renew enrollment in the 2019-2020 academic year from 23 July to 29 August 2019 by accessing, via yoU@B student Diary, in the Punto Blu 'Administrative Area' menu.

The enrollment procedures are as follows:

  • select the "Enrollment in Academic Year" option;
  • enter the enrollment data requested.


Enrollment in the academic year via Punto Blu is completed once the first installment of the tuition and fees has been paid and recorded in the student's academic career. If the first installment is not paid students will not be able to carry out any administrative or learning activities or make use of any other services.

Students who do not enroll by 29 August 2019, for whatever reason, can enroll during the 30 August - 31 December 2019 (*) period, upon payment of a late-enrollment fee (for detailed information check the website at www.unibocconi.eu/fees.

 


(*) Since 31 December 2019 is a holiday, the deadline is extended to the next working day (3 January 2020).

 

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8.2.
Change of second foreign language

Students can change the second language using Punto Blu, which can be accessed through the yoU@B student Diary, in the Administrative Area (Language choice/change) in the period 23 July - 18 September 2019 and between 8 - 21 January 2020.
Information regarding language choice and courses on offer is available in "Foreign Languages and Computer Skills" and on the website at www.unibocconi.eu/languagecentre

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8.3.
Choice of destionation for the fourth year of studies

From 8 January to 12 February 2020 students enrolled in the third year of the WBB must choose, by filling out the appropriate form, the University where they intend to attend the fourth year from among:

  • Bocconi University (Milan);
  • University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business (Los Angeles);
  • Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Hong Kong).
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8.4.
Choice of elective courses

 



 

  

8.4.1.
Choice of tracks and elective courses

Upon enrollment in the fourth year of studies (23 July - 29 August 2019), via the yoU@B>Punto Blu function, students must choose one of the proposed tracks:

 

  • Strategy and Entrepreneurship
  • Technology and Operations Management
  • Marketing
  • Accounting and Finance
  • Public Management and Policy
  • Economics


or the free-track (choice from among all elective courses on offer).

Students must choose the elective courses of the first and second semester in the relating lists (the lists of courses included in the tracks is specified in the chapter Program Structure).

Before choosing the elective courses, students are advised to view the list of the courses available, the course profiles, class timetables and the incompatible table.

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8.4.2.
Changing the first and second semester courses with second semester courses

From 8 to 21 January 2020 via yoU@B>Punto Blu students can change elective courses of the first and second semester included in the study plan with other courses included in the chosen track, as long as they are taught in the second semester of the current academic year.

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8.5.
Additional courses

Additional courses are those whose credit points provide more than the 180 credit points needed to fulfil the Italian degree requirements. WBB students who choose to spend the fourth year of studies at Bocconi University can include a maximum of three additional courses in their study plan, provided that they have passed all course exams of the first two and a half years (only academic activities having an equivalent in the Bocconi study plan will be taken into account).


Additional courses can be selected from among foreign languages and elective courses.

To calculate the grade point average, only two additional exams may be considered (those for which students received the highest marks; if grades achieved are the same, the courses with the highest number of credit points are considered).

The choice of additional activities (courses and/or internship) is carried out starting from the fourth year of studies by submitting the appropriate form at the Academic Affairs Desk from 23 July 2019 to 21 January 2020. Please note that:

  • Allocation of additional courses depends on places available. In addition:
  • If available, additional are included in the study plan only upon making the allocation or change of the curricular elective courses (i.e. 30 August 2019 for the first semester courses, 22 January 2020 for the second semester courses).

 

Additional courses may be removed by submitting a request to the Academic Affairs Desk.


It is not possible to remove an activity from the study plan which has been passed and recorded.

 

 

 

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8.6.
Temporary interruption

During the academic year, students who are carrying out military service or civil service duties, female students in the year of birth of each child and students who are forced to interrupt studies because of serious illness and certified prolonged medical conditions can apply to temporarily interrupt their studies in accordance with Italian DPCM 09/04/2001.
Temporary interruption of studies means that students will not be able to complete any administrative operations, participate in educational activities or make use of any university services. The years for which the student did not enroll do not count towards disqualification. For each year of temporary interruption students are required to pay a fixed sum set by the Fees Founding and Housing Office.

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8.7.
Withdrawing from university studies

Students can withdraw from their studies at any time, ending their academic career. Their intention to withdraw must be communicated in a written, clear and concise form.

The withdrawal form is to be collected, filled out and submitted to the Academic Affairs Desk.

The application should include a declaration stating that there are no pending obligations with the Fees Founding and Housing Office, the Bocconi Library, and other University Offices. A duty stamp of 16.00 euros must be attached to the application.

Students must pay tuition and fees up to the submission of the withdrawal form according to the payment deadlines defined by the Fees Founding and Housing Office.

Students who submit the withdrawal form should contact the Fees Founding and Housing Office in order to check any pending obligations with reference to any expired tuition and fees, financial aid and facilities deadlines.
Withdrawn students can obtain certifications regarding the previous academic career and credit points earned.

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