Compulsory laboratory attendance is the responsibility of course professors. Remote courses must be treated the same as those in attendance for students who require a completely online course, for Covid related reasons. Given the exceptional situation, certifications will not be required, and reasons given by students will be sufficient.
For reasons other than Covid, refer to the Programme Regulations.
Study tours and teaching/inspection trips outside the University
- Consistent with the ‘mixed’ (in-person/remote) teaching method, remote teaching will be maintained for study tours, at least as an option for review activities.
- The trip organisation and activities outside the University should always occur in full observance of the safety measures in effect when the activity is performed and in respect of the indications that must already be provided to the respective Departments.
- When choosing the structures for the trip and organising activities, it is the professor’s/organiser’s responsibility to learn about and adapt to the provisions in effect when the tour/teaching trip/inspection takes place.
- It is the professor’s/organiser’s responsibility to specify that:
- if movement is limited before the departure date of the trip, the activities are automatically suspended and no reimbursement may be requested from the Politecnico
- if movement is limited before the departure date of the trip, unexpected costs and anything else that may derive from the obligation to isolate is the students’ responsibility
- Instructors are advised to have the utmost caution when organising study tours in foreign destinations.
Due to the difficulties experienced finding professional firms willing to take on interns and allow them to work remotely, the School Council has decided to extend the possibility of fulfilling credits via MOOC for those who had planned an internship who:
a. Will graduate in April
b. Still do not have an internship planned (entry in February) and will graduate in April.