Study plan

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What is a study plan

The study plan is the complete set of exams that you need to sit in order to graduate. Each degree programme envisages a certain number of learning activities (course units, laboratories, other activities): some are compulsory, others are elective. The sum of the compulsory and elective activities represents your study plan.

Academic year 2019-2020

The deadline to present the study plan has been postponed to June 30th 2020. Until then it will be possible to:

  • fill in/modify online the study plan 
  • choose/modify online the educational path/curriculum, if possible.

The choice of commitment is no longer allowed.


The online compilation of the study plan allows students to choose subjects of study provided for the degree course, in order to take the exams in the scheduled exam sessions. Study plans can be filled in only by students who have:

  • regularly paid tuition fees for the current academic year;
  • passed the Test for the Assessment of Minimum Requirements (TARM), if mandatory, or, if they scored less than the minimum required, have completed the OFA (additional compulsory courses) attending  the Passport.U online course (for more information, consult the page Tutorato). Students, who attended the Passport.U online course, but still have problems related to the compilation of the study plan, can call the toll free number 800.098590 (only from an Italian phone number) for support.


Students who intend to graduate during the additional graduation session of the previous academic year, must not compile or change the study plan. In this case, compilations/changes of the study plans imply the activation of the new academic year, and consequently, the compulsory payment of the tuition fees for the new year, and also the impossibility to graduate within the additional graduation session related to the previous academic year (2018-19).


Study plans must be filled in for the entire duration of the course (180 CFU for the Undergraduate Degrees, 120 CFU for the Postgraduate Degrees, 300 or 360 CFU for 5-Year or 6-Year Postgraduate Degrees), in accordance with the regulations of each single department. Study plans must be compiled/changed during the scheduled compilation periods, and must be completely refilled in for each year of regular registration, and whenever it is necessary to make changes.


Changes to the study plan will be accepted only after compiling and confirming again the whole study plan; otherwise, changes will not be accepted by the system, and consequently, it will not be possible to take the exams which have been included in the study plan inaccurately confirmed. At the end of the online compilation/change procedure, the study plan correctly compiled/changed will be showed in the “APPROVED” status, with the updated date of submission; also, an automatic message regarding the successfully accomplished procedure will be sent to the institutional e-mail address (

Fill in your study plan and choose your educational path/curriculum by the deadline

In order to compile or change online the study plan, access your MyUniTO and select the "Compilazione piano carriera" icon or the "Compilazione piano carriera" item in the "Carriera" menu.


To select or modify the educational path/curriculum, select the "Scelta percorso studi" item in the "Carriera" menu.


From October 8th 2019 to January 30th 2020 you can:

  • choose the type of commitment (full time/part time)
  • compile/change the study plan
  • choose/change the educational path/curriculum, if possible.


From April 15th to May 18th 2020 the choice of commitment is no longer allowed and you can:

  • compile/change the study plan
  • choose/change the educational path/curriculum, if possible.
View your study plan

The confirmed career plan can be viewed in the "Compilazione piano carriera" section of your MyUniTO.

Students enrolled according to the Old Regulations/outside prescribed time

Also students enrolled over the legal course length can compile the study plan. This concerns only students for which there are selection rules, who enrolled not before the academic year 2006-2007.


Old Regulations (previous to the law D.M. 509/1999) can change the study plan only at the students registry offices.