Examination rules Eco: sessions, format, misconduct, time limits
NB: The statements below on exams results are to be regarded as for information only. In the event of discrepancies and for all legal purposes, the Study Regulations of the Faculty of Economics shall apply.
All examinations and the Bachelor’s dissertation are assessed and graded on a scale of 1 (minimum) to 10 (maximum), including half (0.5) points, and where 6 is the pass mark.
To obtain the credit points relating to each course unit the candidate must pass the relative examination with a grade equal or higher than 6; or by formal recognition.
The assessment of an internship or a project is expressed by a binary system: ‘pass’ or ‘fail’.
For further information, please see the Study Regulations.
All examination marks are communicated in writing and recorded on esami.lu.usi.ch (access via edu-ID).
Publication of the marks is communicated by the Faculty Examinations Secretariat.
The certificate showing the examinations taken, credits and grades can be downloaded and printed directly from esami.lu.usi.ch.
A student may appeal against any decision that affects his / her rights and expectations, including examination results, within the time limits and according to the methods set out in the Study Regulations.
The University grants students access to their exam papers for a period of 30 days after the grades are disclosed - see Guidelines on viewing and archiving exam and matriculation documents