The winter exam session 2021-2022 will be held in-person: measures in effect from January 17th 2022

The winter exam session 2021-2022 will be held in-person.


Until the national restrictive measures are lifted, students and faculty must possess the COVID-19 green certification duly issued by the Ministry of Health in order to enter the facility. Certificate possession will be randomly checked at the entrance.


For the winter session, by D.R. 62/2022 (protocol n. 9310 of January 12, 2022) the Rector of the University of Turin has established that remote exam modality is only granted for students:

  • in conditions of frailty (subjects in possession of a disability certification with connotation of severity and those who have a certification issued by the competent medical-legal institutions attesting to a condition of risk resulting from immunosuppression or outcomes from oncological diseases or from related life-saving therapies in progress)
  • resident outside the region
  • unable to attend for health reasons (such as self-monitoring due to contact with infected subjects, etc.).


In order to attend the exam remotely, students are required to send a self-declaration to the teacher as specified in the following paragraphs.


Finally, please note that

  • not having the green pass is NOT considered a justified reason for taking the exam remotely;
  • normally, the online written exam also includes a confirmatory oral exam;
  • these rules are valid until the end of the winter exam session.



Application procedures

Students in a highly fragile situation, residing outside the region or unable to attend due to health reasons, may request to take the exam remotely.


In order to submit a request, students will have to follow these instructions:

  • register regularly for the exam on Esse3, indicating in the Notes field the need to take the exam remotely;
  • send an email in due time to and a copy to the teacher of the course, attaching the substitutive declaration duly signed and accompanied by a copy of the front/back of the identification document.


Please note that the condition of "high frailty" refers to the definition of Category 1, Table 1 or Table 2, of the "Interim Recommendations on target groups of vaccination against Sars-Cov2/Covid 19" of the Ministry of Health, published in the Official Gazette, General Series, March 23, 2021, n. 72 (available on the website of the Ministry of Health).


Please note that making false statements or providing false documents is a crime and the administration reserves the right to conduct checks, even randomly, on the truthfulness and authenticity of what has been declared or transmitted.