During the months of March and April 2022, the virtual and in presence Open Days for all Laurea (equivalent to Bachelor of Science) new students at the Politecnico di Milano took place with a rich series of initiatives.
See also the welcome and orientation activities for international students just enrolled in a Laurea Magistrale programme (equivalent to Master of Science)
Presentation of the study plan is mandatory. This can be done by logging into the Online Services and selecting "Study Plan - Presentation".
Students who are enrolling for the first time in a three-year Laurea may not have to submit a Study Plan because it is defined directly by the School they belong to. To find out for which courses the Study Plan is submitted automatically, you must contact the School in question.
For students enrolled in a Laurea Magistrale, the submission of a Study Plan is always mandatory.
The number of university credits (CFU) inserted in the study plan affects the fees and contributions that you must pay with the second fee instalment.
The Study Plan must be submitted on an annual basis (i.e. it must include all the first and second semester courses you intend to take).
It you enrol in a Laurea Magistrale only in the second semester, then the Study Plan may be submitted for that period only ( i.e. you may include just the new courses for the second semester) .
The deadline for submitting the study plan varies, based on the School. If you do not submit the study plan in time, you will be charged a €100.00 fine to be paid with the second fee instalment.
After verifying that the data entered by the Registrar’s Office is correct, you will be sent home your Policard, with which you can avail of the services provided by Politecnico di Milano. In the meantime, you can access the services by showing the supervisory staff your enrolment receipt together with an identity document or a certificate of registration.
A few days before the start of lectures, by logging into the Online Services with your personal code and password, and selecting "Lecture timetable", you can check where and where the lectures relating to your study plan are held. As regards the textbooks, we suggest you wait for specific instructions from the lecturers at the start of each course.
Each student is required to attend and pass the "Basic safety training course". The course is entirely online and can be accessed through the personal page of the Online Services. In case it will be required to have further qualifications to access specific laboratories or to carry out specific activities, all related information will be provided by the reference professor.
For enrolment from your second year onwards:
a) Submit your Study Plan
b) Pay the first instalment of fees for the academic year and at the same time confirm your application for enrolment for the academic year (within the deadlines set for the payment of the instalment)
For information on how to pay the instalment, see the tuition fee section.