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Question about graduation timing

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Question about graduation timing

Postby FlipFlopJK » 18 Jan 2016, 15:36

Hello everybody, I read that I need to be enrolled until summer 2016 to apply for the vulcanus programme. I will, however I may graduate before September (around the second half of July), would this be a problem?
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Re: Question about graduation timing

Postby CapnJackSparrow » 18 Jan 2016, 15:54

Hello, FlipFlop! In the regulations it is stated that you must be enrolled at least 3 months prior to departure, which means that is you graduate in July you are fine. I am in the exactly same situation.

By the way, I am also studying in Italy, at "Politecnico" di Torino. What is your major?
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Re: Question about graduation timing

Postby FlipFlopJK » 18 Jan 2016, 15:58

Splendid!
I'm from Parma and I'm studying at the same university, this is my master course: http://ingegneria.unipr.it/2016/communication-eng/
What about you?
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Re: Question about graduation timing

Postby CapnJackSparrow » 18 Jan 2016, 16:25

I am studying Aerospace Engineering at "Politecnico" di Torino, specialization "Space Engineering".
Welcome aboard! Ful steam ahead!
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Re: Question about graduation timing

Postby FlipFlopJK » 18 Jan 2016, 17:16

Do you have an idea on how to deal with "fuori corso" years from italian universities?
I've just stated that I'm enrolled in the 3rd of my master course, counting also the first year "fuori corso", same for my bachelor degree where I've stated 4 years.

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