Guides to the university

2023-2024 A.Y.

World Bachelor Business (3-y)

0. Honor Code

Università Bocconi considers ethics, responsibility of behaviors and actions as fundamental aspects for the learning path and working life. For this purpose a Code of Conduct for Faculty and Students at Università Bocconi has been created with the aim of spreading and strengthening values of honesty and fairness which are essential in learning, research and professional activities for the whole Bocconi Community.

The Honor Code emphasizes, systematizes and makes transparent rules of conduct and sanctioning procedures that are largely already laid out in national university regulations and by Università Bocconi. From this point of view, following the code must be seen as an act of transparency to underline the importance given by the community of reference to some basic principles of fairness and honesty and to favour their knowledge and sharing.

The Honor Code, in line with the purposes just described, has been created and applied in cooperation of all University members.

The rules of reference include more detailed documents and teaching regulations (exams, final papers and so on) that are published in 'Honor Code of the Bocconi Community' on the website at and available on the yoU@B Diary > Honor Code.

Students are asked to carefully read it through a pop-up message on the yoU@B Diary and to formalize the principles included in it.

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0.1. Diversity, equity and inclusion

Bocconi University is committed to building an environment that values diversity, inclusion and equal opportunity.

Being part of the Bocconi community therefore means sharing its values and maintaining conduct inspired by the principles of independence, ethics, transparency, freedom of expression, equity, solidarity, promotion of diversity, a focus on merit and development of individual skills, professionalism and standards, and social responsibility.

The University's effort is aimed at guaranteeing its students a safe learning environment, free from any form of discrimination based on race, religion, gender, geography, age, disability or sexual orientation, in which there is room for a diversity of approaches and where discussions are always conducted in a respectful manner.

For more information, see the 'Diversity, Equity and Inclusion' section of the Bocconi website.

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0.2. Public cloud policy

Bocconi University will not accept any responsibility or liability for personal data, which students have chosen to provide to any externally hosted cloud service platform (e.g. Google Drive, Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive, despite those services might be actioned using Bocconi credentials).
Students are always advised to carefully check Terms and Conditions of use, Privacy Policy, for information about how their data will be used, backed up, retained, deleted, and with whom they may be shared.
As alternative to external providers, Bocconi offers limited space for personal data on a cloud-based platform (so-called Cloud Bocconi,
Each student anyway is personally responsible for data and contents uploaded or stored, regardless they are placed on an external cloud provider or onto the Bocconi cloud. Therefore, Bocconi University will not respond in order any of these situations.

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