Computer Science
Master course (2 years)

Final project

What it is

For admission to the master's degree exam you must have obtained all the credits required by the teaching regulation of your degree course.

Final project

The final project for the MSc in Computer Science consists in a 30CFU work on a subject agreed with one of the faculty who will act as supervisor and should be relevant to the chosen plan of study. Part or all of the thesis work can be performed within a company, an external research institute or another university. In these cases an external advisor, who co-supervises the effort, is also identified.

There are no prior restrictions on the type of work. The work can be an original piece of research, or consists of a project development, or a review of the existing literature on a certain subject. Both the thesis and its defence should be in English.

Discussion and proclamation

The discussion is an examination with questions and evaluation by the committee and takes place in the period between the submission of the final project and the proclamation, on a date to be determined according to the commitees's commitments and the number of candidates.

The official dates correspond to the proclamation, i.e. the official conclusion of the course of study, which will be on a different day from the discussion with the awarding of the degree and the communication of the grade achieved.

Instructions

All details on:

  • available projects
  • templates and guidelines
  • ongoing and past theses

are available on the dedicated AulaWeb course.

Evaluation criteria

The final test is passed if you have obtained a vote of not less than 66/100 points.

In the final exam, or thesis defence, a committee will evaluate the thesis and attribute a score (up to 10 pts) according to quality of the work (up to 6 points), writing style (up to 2pts), and presentation (up to 2pts).