New provisions from 22 february 2021
In full compliance with the current regulations, the University has established that, on all the University campuses starting from 22 February 2021, the provision of frontal teaching sessions for all students enrolled in all years of the undergraduate, graduate and integrated degree programmes, as well as specialising masters, advanced courses, specialisation schools and doctoral programmes, can be carried out, according to the already-identified criteria and technologies, with dual mode methods (face-to-face and online), based on the programmes set by the competent teaching structures, in compliance with full safety measures and in coordination with the relative Administration Headquarters.
In order to streamline access to the University premises, responsible collaboration is required from all members of the academic community. Please check the iCatt portal and the iCatt app regularly for all essential updates and to ensure the safe management of educational activities based on the individual Faculties’ timetables which may be regularly updated.
The aim is to ensure access to as many educational activities and services as possible, whilst bearing in mind that - for safety reasons - only about 50% of the places are available. It is mandatory to confirm your attendance at lectures at least 48 hours in advance; you can access lectures on days other than your designated dates by means of a reallocation system based on unconfirmed places. Access is controlled, so please ensure to carry your University Student ID card with you.
The University is open and all services to students, and users in general, will be guaranteed remotely. In the event of special requests, which must be carried out in person, compliance to the access procedures described on the website must always be upheld.
At the Milan Campus, in accordance with the mobility plan, jointly drawn up by the Municipality and ATM, "face-to-face lectures" will commence at 10:00am (NB: the Gnomo passage will also be open), while online teaching activities can maintain the 8:30am or 9:30am schedule