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Studentski domovi

  • Studentski grad Tošin bunar 143-151, 11070 Novi Beograd

  • Kralj Aleksandar I Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra 75, 11000 Beograd

  • Studentski dom Žarko Marinović Cara Dušana 254, Zemun

  • Studentski dom Karaburma Mije Kovacevica 7b, 11000 Beograd

  • Studentski dom Vera Blagojević Kraljice Marije 48 (Vera I), Dalmatinska 37 (Vera II), 11000 Beograd

  • Studentski dom Patris Lumumba Ljubice Lukovic br 1, 11000 Beograd

  • Studentski dom Slobodan Penezić Bana Ivaniša bb, 11000 Beograd

  • Studentski dom Rifat Burdžević Milana Rakića 77, 11000 Beograd

  • Studentski dom 4. april Vojvode Stepe 320, 11000 Beograd

  • Studentski dom Mika Mitrović Kralja Vladimira 33, 11000 Beograd

  • Studentski dom Košutnjak Blagoja Parovica 156, 11000 Beograd

Studentski restorani - menze

  • Restoran Studentski grad , Tošin bunar 145 Tošin bunar 145

  • Restoran (Tri kostura) , Obilićev venac 4 Obilićev venac 4

  • Restoran Zemun (Žarko Marinović) , Cara Dušana 254, Zemun Cara Dušana 254, Zemun

  • Restoran Agronom Nemanjina 6 Nemanjina 6

  • Restoran Karaburma - Mije Kovačevića 7 Mije Kovačevića 7

  • Restoran Patris Dragice Pravice 1

  • Restoran Đušina - Đušina 5 Đušina 5

  • Restoran Rifat - Milana Rakića 77 Milana Rakića 77

  • Restoran Kralj Aleksandar (Lola 1) Bulevar kralja Aleksandra 75 Bulevar kralja Aleksandra 75

  • Restoran Voždovac Vojvode Stepe 320 Vojvode Stepe 320

  • Restoran Mika Mitrović Kralja Vladimira 133

  • Restoran Farmaceut - Vojvode Stepe 450 Vojvode Stepe 450

  • Restoran Košutnjak Blagoja Parovića 154

Studijski program - Engineering Physics

Podaci o studijskom programu

Kategorije na sajtu: Fizika,

Vrste studija: Strukovne

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Gradovi: Venecija

Level of qualification
Bachelor's Degree Programme

Ministerial Degree Code
L-8 (Information engineering)

Department of Molecular Sciences and Nanosystems, Scientific Campus, via Torino 155, 30170 Venezia Mestre
For further information please contact the Scientific Campus,

Head of Studies
Prof. Stefano Bonetti (Teaching Committee Coordinator,


Access to the programme
Limited admission, 100 seats available.
Quota reserved to non-EU students residing outside Italy: 10 seats, of which 3 are reserved for Chinese students living in China, under the Marco Polo Project.

Admission requirements
In order to be accepted onto the degree course, students must have a higher secondary school leaving certificate or other equivalent accepted academic qualification obtained abroad.
Proficiency in mathematics and English is also required (minimum B1-level). Proficiency checks are compulsory. The degree programme regulations, published on the university’s website, provide a description of proficiency check procedures, as well as indicating the additional educational obligations ("OFA") which must be fulfilled during the first year of the course by students who fail the checks.

More information on OFA for this programme is available on the webpage dedicated to admission test.

Admission with international qualification
Applicants with international qualification must have obtained a secondary school diploma after having completed at least 12 years of schooling. The preliminary evaluation of the qualification is mandatory. Procedures and deadlines are available on the dedicated online platform.
European applicants and non-European applicants with a permit of stay valid for enrolment must take the onsite admission test. Non-European applicants who need a visa for enrolment will take the admission test via Skype.

Course overview
The bachelor’s degree course aims to train three-year graduates who, in addition to possessing an adequate education in mathematics, physics, biology and basic chemistry, are also able to fluently use chemical language in all its forms, to acquire technology-related skills, to manage resources and processes of transformation and enhancement of raw materials and their products in a sustainable way and to understand the principles that govern the properties of materials.
The course is structured in two curricula: Chemical Sciences and Technologies and Bio- and Nanomaterial Sciences and Technologies. Both provide students with a solid basic theoretical grounding in inorganic, organic, physical and analytical chemistry. The first year is common to both curricula with basic lessons in mathematics, physics and chemistry. From the second year on, the paths begin to differentiate: in the "chemical" curriculum, the more specific areas of green chemistry, industrial chemistry, formulations, polymers, instrumental analytical chemistry, inorganic chemistry are explored; in the "bio-nano" curriculum, emphasis is placed on areas of biochemistry, biotechnology, including nanostructured materials, optical, electrical and chemical-physical properties, spectroscopy, etc. The study plan includes 20 exams, of which 15 are compulsory, 3 to be chosen from a list of similar-supplementary exams, and 2 free-choice exams, an English exam, a safety course, a training period, and the writing of the thesis.
Those enrolled starting from the 2019-20 academic year can personalize their studies with skills aiming at a successful insertion into the world of work. Specifically, two distinct "packages" of teaching are provided: one of an economic-managerial area, one of Chinese language and culture. The student will be able to choose these paths by inserting in the study plan teachings from the related and supplementary courses and two from the optional or supernumerary courses.
The Degree Course in Chemistry and Sustainable Technologies allows students to understand and predict the composition, structure, transformations and behaviour of matter at a molecular level. In addition to such essential basic knowledge, over time new topics have been consolidated, specifically derived from the research of the academics of the Department of Molecular Sciences and Nanosystems. The bachelor’s degree course differs from other chemistry courses due to the strong focus on the development of green and eco-sustainable chemistry, industrial technologies, nanotechnologies and bio and nanomaterials. Particular attention is paid to the tutoring of students: from the first basic courses up to the internship and the thesis. The courses generally include laboratory sessions, in which the students apply and experience first-hand the topics dealt with from a theoretical point of view during the classroom courses. Students have Tutors, a master's degree student or a doctoral student at their disposal to help overcome the difficulties in the most critical subjects or in laboratory experiences.
The availability of teachers to dialogue with their students during lessons, laboratory activities and faculty office hours also contributes to the learning of the most difficult subjects. Once the exams are finished, the students carry out a practical research internship under the direction of a supervisor, on current scientific topics, which can be within the university or external, within a company, and which translates into the drafting of the thesis. In order to maintain an optimal teacher-student ratio, from 2016 the bachelor’s degree course has been set at a fixed number with an access test as the means of entry.

Curricula available

  • Chemical science and technology
  • Bio- and Nanomaterials science and technology

Professional profile:
Graduates in Engineering Physics are able to work in all technologically advanced sectors, whether they be related to production (materials, nanotechnologies, biomedicine) or processing (numerical modelling, multi-variable systems, cyber security). Physics Engineers can therefore find employment with:

  • large Italian and foreign companies in the field of materials engineering, optical technologies, information technology, quantum technologies and imaging, as well as in the aerospace and security industries;
  • small and medium-sized enterprises that use innovative systems and technologies;
  • national and international companies offering strategic and industrial consulting;
  • private and public research centres;
  • representative branches of foreign companies working in the market of physical and optical technologies and diagnostics;
  • technological start-ups.

Graduates with a bachelor's degree in Engineering Physics can sit the (Italian) state exam to qualify as a professional under section B (Junior Engineer) of the official register for the Information Engineering industry.
Open. Laboratory attendance is compulsory.

Examination assessment and graduation
Learning activities comprise taught courses, workshop-based projects and training/internships so that students can acquire a broad range of competencies, both theoretical and practical, that are transferable to the world of work, as well as life-long learning skills.
Learning outcomes are verified by means of written exams, oral exams, assignments, project reports, presentations, and group as well as student-teacher discussions.

The Final Examination consists of writing and discussing a report. Students write their reports under the guidance of their supervisor(s) and their work must focus on the research undertaken and documented during their internship and final examination. Students can complete internal internships within Ca’ Foscari University of Venice or external internships at an institution, research laboratory, other university or company affiliated with the university. External supervisors are allowed, as long as they are supported by a professor from the degree course, who shall act as co-supervisor or supervisor.
In order to graduate, students must have 5 internship credits, 1 credit for the “Health and safety in teaching and research” course and 3 credits for the final examination.
In order to be accepted for an internship, students must have obtained at least 140 credits.
Final examination procedures are specified in the Thesis Regulations for the degree programme.

Access to further studies
Professional Master’s Programmes (1st level) and Master's Degree Programmes

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