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GUIDE ALL'UNIVERSITA' BOCCONI
A.A. 2011-2012 CORSI DI LAUREA TRIENNALI

1. Studenti immatricolati a partire dall'anno accademico 2010-2011

Il processo di riforma del sistema di istruzione universitario, avviato nel 1999 con la Dichiarazione congiunta dei Ministri europei dell'istruzione superiore intervenuti al Convegno di Bologna, ha trasformato l'organizzazione dell'Università italiana prevedendo una modifica nell'articolazione degli studi dell'area economico - aziendale dal ciclo quadriennale unico al cosiddetto sistema del 3 e 2 impostato su due cicli (undergraduate e graduate). La logica di omogeneizzazione dei percorsi di studio a livello europeo è stata quella di favorire la libera circolazione degli studenti fra le università durante il periodo della formazione e, successivamente, dei laureati nel mondo del lavoro. I due cicli di studio devono intendersi come completamente separati: al termine di ognuno è infatti prevista una prova finale, l'emissione di un diploma e la certificazione del titolo ottenuto. Completato il ciclo triennale lo studente può decidere se accedere direttamente al mondo del lavoro o se proseguire gli studi universitari con un corso di studi graduate (laurea specialistica o master universitario). Fin dalla prima attivazione dei corsi graduate dell'Università Bocconi, per l'ammissione è previsto un processo di selezione distinto da quello dei corsi undergraduate e pertanto l'ammissione ad un corso di laurea triennale non implica automaticamente l'ammissione a un corso di laurea specialistica. Le procedure di selezione per l'accesso ai corsi graduate sono definite dagli organi competenti in sede di programmazione annuale delle attività e sono pubblicate sul sito internet e nel materiale informativo dell'Università Bocconi con largo anticipo rispetto all'avvio del processo di valutazione dei candidati.

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