New dispositions pursuant to the Dpcm of 14 January 2021

Pursuant to the Dpcm of 14 January 2021, all classroom lectures that are given at the Milan, Brescia and Cremona campuses of Università Cattolica are now suspended. In compliance with new health provisions, therefore lectures for students enrolled in the first year of undergraduate, graduate and integrated programmes will return exclusively to remote teaching. All lectures relating to programmes envisaged for other years will also continue to be held remotely, according to the academic timetable available on the iCatt and appi Catt portals.

Oral and written exams will continue to be delivered remotely in accordance with the criteria and technologies already identified. Final examinations for undergraduate and graduate programmes may take place remotely or in presence. In the latter case, students will be informed of the number of people allowed to attend the discussion (in any case no more than five) and the relevant organisational procedures. Discussions in person or in remote mode may be recorded and, on request, made available to the graduating student.

The University is open and services to users will be guaranteed remotely, except in cases of necessity where they must be carried out in person, and in any case according to the booking procedures that are available on our website.

For all other aspects, please refer to the provisions contained in the notice of 4 November 2020.