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Study Guide

Bachelor in Informatics and Management of Digital Business

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The first part of our Bachelor programme teaches you the formal basics in mathematics and statistics and then goes on to tackle both fundamental courses in computer science, such as programming, modelling and databases, algorithms & data structures, system security and networks, and introductory courses in business administration and economics.

The second part of the programme covers topics that are required in order to intersect Computer Science and Economics, such as Enterprise Modelling, ERP Systems, Engineering and Management of Software Systems, Data Mining and Decision Support Systems as well as specialization courses in either Digital Finance and Financial Markets or Digital Marketing and Advertising.

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Language requirements

Language requirements

The official teaching languages are German, Italian and English. The levels of the Common European Framework of Reference apply.
Your 1st language is the language in which you have the highest level of proficiency (B2 or C1).
Your 3rd language is instead the language in which you are weaker (or in which you are an absolute beginner).  

Language levels after the 1st year:

By the end of the 1st study year you must certify a minimum level of B1 in your 3rd language.

If you are not able to certify level B1 in the 3rd language, you may enrol in the 2nd study year, but you are not allowed totake exams of the 2nd and 3rd study years, nor to participate in exchange programs, do Internships and be the beneficiary of scholarships of unibz.

Language levels at the end of the study course:

To be admitted to the degree examination you must certify the following minimum levels in the three languages:    

  • 1st language: C1
  • 2nd language: C1
  • 3rd language: B2 

If you are not able to certify these levels you are not allowed to graduate. 

Language levels required to take the curricular language courses:

Curricular language courses are the language courses foreseen by your study plan and they are part of the 180 ECTS required to complete the degree.

To be admitted to the curricular language courses you must certify a minimum level of B2 in the language of the relevant course.

For more information on languages please contact our Language Centre.

Additional Learning Obligations (“Obblighi Formativi Aggiuntivi” - OFA)

Possible Additional Learning Obligations (“Obblighi Formativi Aggiuntivi” - OFA) in the mathematics area are assigned as part of the admission procedure.

If you are assigned these obligations, you must attend a catch-up course in mathematics offered by the Faculty before the start of the “Introduction to Linear Algebra and Discrete Mathematics" course of the 1st semester and pass the relevant test.

If you do not pass the test, you have to attend an individual study programme defined together with your tutor to fill in the gaps and you still have to complete the OFA by passing the test or alternatively the “Introduction to Linear Algebra and Discrete Mathematics" exam within the 1st study year.

If you do not complete the OFA within the 1st study year, you may enrol in the 2nd study year, but you are not allowed to take exams of the 2nd and 3rd study years.

Free Choice credit points

Free Choice credit points

To achieve your "Free Choice" Credit Points, you can choose:

If you choose lectures of the Bachelor Degrees of the Faculty of Computer Science:

well before the exam session, send an e-mail from your unibz account to the Faculty Secretariat indicating:

  • your name
  • your student ID
  • the lecture title
  • the lecture code

If your choice is approved by the Course Council the course will be added to your study plan and labeled "Free Choice".

If you choose other lectures:

well before the exam session, send an e-mail from your unibz account to the Faculty Secretariat  attaching the Course Presentation Form of the lecture and indicating:

  • your name
  • your student ID
  • the lecture title
  • the lecture code
  • the credit points assigned to the lecture
  • the name of lecturer
  • the Faculty, Degree Course and University offering the lecture

Before approving, the Course Council evaluates if the chosen lecture is consistent with the study path of your degree course. If your choice is approved, the course will be added to your study plan and labeled "Free Choice".

If the course is from another Faculty you have to arrange your attendance with the respective Faculty / Professor.

If you choose an Internship or a Project:

You have to follow all deadlines and regulations set for internships

If you choose an InfoBites course:

Send an e-mail from your unibz account to the Faculty Secretariat indicating the name of the InfoBites course.

Remember that you can also choose lectures from other universities: in particular, unibz is part of the Euregio Universities together with the University of Trento and the University of Innsbruck.

 

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