Consult the Enrico Mattei University admission criteria and examination rules.

Examination system

Our system is a monthly online exam system with facial recognition (that's why we ask you to enter a photo of your face when you register). Our innovative platform allows students to take exams and tests remotely, guaranteeing the security and integrity of the assessment process. Here's how it works

Exam calendar: Students can access a monthly online exam calendar and select the exam they wish to take.

Confirmation of participation: Once an exam has been selected, students confirm their participation and receive further information on the date, time and technical requirements for taking the exam.

Access to the exam: On the day of the exam, students log on to the platform and go through an authentication process that includes facial recognition. The camera on their device captures their face from different angles to ensure accurate identification.

Real-time monitoring: During the exam, the system uses the webcam to constantly monitor students. Facial recognition is used to identify any attempts at fraud, such as the use of unauthorized devices or the presence of other people in the room.

Deadlines and responses: students answer exam questions within the allotted time. The system records all activity during the exam, including mouse movements and keyboard typing, for additional security checks.

Collecting responses: Once the exam is over, the students' answers are automatically uploaded to the system.

Automatic correction: automatic answer processing can be used to mark certain parts of the exam, while others may require manual revision by teachers or examiners.

Communication of results: : Students receive their exam results via the online platform, as well as detailed feedback on their performance.

Security and confidentiality: The system guarantees the security and confidentiality of student data by taking strict measures to protect personal information and images collected during the facial recognition process.

Regulatory compliance: The system complies with privacy laws and local data security regulations.

This online examination system with facial recognition offers students a convenient way of taking exams remotely, minimizing the risk of fraud and guaranteeing a reliable assessment process.

Système d'évaluation

The scoring system for individual tests is expressed as a percentage.

< 40 % = failure
40-49% = 18-23
50-59% = 24-26
60-69% = 27-29
70-100% = 30- 30L

A mark of less than 40% is always very rare, and means that you're not interested in studying at all. Similarly, a mark of 70 or more is very difficult to achieve, and denotes a particular commitment. A student who fails an exam cannot retake it for 30 days. The student may retake the exam as many times as he or she wishes and may, under certain conditions, refuse the mark. Of course, as at EMU, we start the academic year when we decide that there will be monthly exams for each course. But there are five rules for students:

1) Students who obtain a mark above 70/100 may not refuse the mark. If, on the other hand, the mark is less than 70/100, the student may choose to retake the examination.
2) The student may take the examinations for the year in which he/she is enrolled, from among those scheduled in the year of his/her study plan, within 12 months of enrollment. Given that the student cannot sit for exams in the first five months, the deadline is extended by 150 days. Let's take a practical example: student Ibrahima Diallo, who registers for the first year of Computer Engineering on February 2, 2024, will be able to sit his first exam on July 3, 2024. Even if his academic year expires on February 1, 2025, he will be able to continue taking first-year exams until July 3, 2025. The same applies to subsequent years: the extra months are called "extraordinary sessions".
3) A student who fails to comply with the study plan (including discussion of the dissertation) is considered to be "off-course". Of course, they can still obtain their diploma, but they must pay tuition fees for a further academic year, and so on for each year out of the curriculum.

4) The period of attendance may be suspended for serious personal or family reasons, such as military service, illness or incapacity. Suspension must be requested from the university and supported by appropriate documentation.

5) Students taking the final exam have a starting grade, below which the final exam committee cannot go, which is the average of the grades obtained in the exams multiplied by 1.1.

For the final diploma grade, the scale is as follows:

First-class Honours (1st) = 108-110L
Second-class Honours, upper division (2:1) = 100-107
Second-class Honours, lower division (2:2) = 90-99
Third-class Honours (3rd) = 80-98
Ordinary-Degree (Pass)

A First is the highest grade you can get, and will always look good on your CV. Most employers, however, are happy with a 2:1 (always very good) or a 2:2. From the third year onwards, however, the degree starts to look rather useless, depending on the subject chosen and its relevance to the market.

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