Fulfilment of additional learning obligations (OFAs)
Admission to bachelor’s and single cycle degree programmes is subject to assessment of a student's initial preparation (pursuant to Ministerial Decree 270/2004). Students with identified learning gaps are assigned additional learning obligations (i.e. additional activities such as courses and seminars) to be fulfilled.
In order to fulfil their learning obligations, students are required to attend special bridging courses during the first year, and to pass the relevant final exam.
Students who enrolled in the IPLE bachelor's degree programme with insufficient admission test scores (ie they answered wrongly at least half of the questions) in Logic and Mathematics will be assigned additional learning requirements (OFA). All the information on the a.a. 2020/21 remedial course will be detailed on this page.
Students who enrolled in the IPLE bachelor's degree programme with insufficient admission test scores (ie they answered wrongly at least half of the questions) in Logic and Mathematics will be assigned additional learning obligations (OFAs) to bridge their gaps.
If students do not fulfil their OFAs by September 2020 by passing the exam in their gap area, they will not be able to sit the exams for the following years.
Students who enrolled in academic years prior to 2018/2019 and have not yet fulfilled their OFA for general knowledge must contact their respective Degree Programme President to set the exam.
After sitting for the test, check the rankings:
- select your programme from the list, and click on the "Avanti" button below to find out your result
- check the pdf at the bottom of the ranking sheet for any additional learning requirements (OFA).