Informatic Eligibility Procedures

Bachelor degrees (three-years) in the Department of Medicine and Surgery

The university evaluates the computer skills of the students via the e4job examination (https://elearning.unimib.it/course/index.php?categoryid=2). The assessment will enable the students to acquire the formative university credits (CFU), as required by teaching regulations.

Those students who do not acquire the required computer skill credits within the second year of the course will not be allowed to take the third year exams.

PROCEDURE TO ACQUIRE THE COMPUTER SKILL CREDITS FOR BACHELOR DEGREES

HOW?

The required credits can be obtained in two ways:
By presenting suitable certifications
By passing the University of Milano-Bicocca computer skill assessment exam, e4job

⇔ DO YOU ALREADY HAVE AN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATION? PRESENT THE CERTIFICATE!

WHERE?

Students with certifications accredited by the University (ECDL base level), as indicated during course enrolment, are exempted from examination and can obtain the corresponding credits, as long as they deliver the certificate. Certificate delivery (bring an original as well as a copy) must be made on the same days and in the same way as for the delivery of the English Language certificates.

TO WHOM?

Students assigned to decentralized study course branches must present both the original certificate and a copy to the contact person of their study course 
The list of accredited certifications is available at the following link:
https://www.unimib.it/sites/default/files/Allegati/f20140626certificazio...

⇔DON’T YOU ALREADY HAVE AN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATION? GET IT!

Since January 2018, the University has adopted e4job-Digital Citizenship, a new certification of computer skills, which will allow students to acquire and consolidate the skills required to deal with the work of world, which is oriented towards the integration of digital technologies.

Students can prepare for the test by following an ONLINE COURSE. Information about online course provision, test enrolment rules, loading and/or recognition or relevant credits are available at the following page:
https://elearning.unimib.it/enrol/index.php?id=17666

Tests will take place at the University Computer Labs in Milan.

Single-cycle Master’s degree: Medicine and Surgery, Dentistry and Dental Prosthetics

The university evaluates the computer skills of the students. The assessment will enable single-cycle Master’s Degree students to acquire the formative university credits (CFU), as required by teaching regulations.

Those students who do not acquire the required computer skill credits within the first year of the course will not be allowed to take the second year exams.

PROCEDURE TO ACQUIRE THE COMPUTER SKILL CREDITS FOR SINGLE-CYCLE MASTER’S DEGREES IN MEDICINE AND SURGERY, DENTISTRY AND DENTAL PROSTHETICS

⇔ DO YOU ALREADY HAVE AN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATION? PRESENT THE CERTIFICATE!

WHERE? 

Enrolled students:
Students enrolling in single-cycle master’s degree courses within the School of Medicine and Surgery, who already have one of the advanced level computer certificates (ECDL FULL level) recognised by the University (see the table at https://www.unimib.it/sites/default/files/Allegati/f20140626certificazio...), will be entitled to acquire the formative university credits (CFU) by means of self-certification at the time of enrolment, as indicated in the study course regulations. 

Subsequently, in order for these credits to be officially recognised, a copy of the certificate (please also bring the original) must be delivered on the same days and in the same way as for the delivery of the English Language certificates.

⇔ DON’T YOU ALREADY HAVE AN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATION? GET IT!

HOW?

Enrolled students who do not have one of the aforementioned computer certifications that are recognised by the University, can:
Present during the academic year, on the same days and in the same way as for the delivery of the English Language certificates, certification independently obtained from external institutions. Consequently, the student will receive the relevant credits, according with the course regulations.

OR

Take a computer science test (ECDL Full level) at the Monza campus, for which periodic examination periods are opened. Enrolment for this test must be carried out online, as for any other University exam. Following successful completion of the test, the student will receive the relevant credits, according with the course regulations.