Studenti Incoming

Degree Programmes

Degree programmes offered at the Department of Architecture, Design and Planning

There are two three-year graduate Bachelor level programmes:
Architecture and Design (two curricula Architecture and Design)    
Urban, Territorial, & Environmental Planning
There are two two-year Master level programmes:
Planning and policies for the City, Environment and Landscape (European Masters Degree organised in collaboration with other universities)

Furthermore, there is a Doctorate school in Architecture and Environment.

Course Units

Course unit list and Learning Agreement

Please consult the course unit list and include course codes in your Learning Agreement.
Didattica erogata anno accademico 2018-19
Course unit list for academic year 2018-19

Please note that you may not choose more than one project laboratory per semester and should you choose course units from different classes, courses may overlap and at our department attendance is mandatory. This means that if you do not attend at least 80% of the course you will not be admitted to the exams.

It is not possible to choose single modules from an interdisciplinary Project Laboratory block/ course unit.

For the definition and approval of the Learning Agreement, please contact the referent teacher for you University at our department as described in the Referent Teacher List.
Learning Agreement Referent Teacher List

Course unit contents
Details of the course units can be found using a dedicated search tool on the Self Studenti Uniss website.
Please use the links top left to change langage (Italian/English).

Search teaching activities:;

The filters can be used to select the teaching activies of the degree programme you are interested in, for example:
    Academic year: 2016/2017
    Course: [Select the degree programme - optional]
    Professor: [Professors name - optional]
    Teaching activity: [Name of couse/teaching activity - optional]

The course code is given in red before the title of the course (once you click on the link)

You can also search for by Professor.

Search Professors - Ricerca Insegnamenti:;

Language of Instruction

Subjects are offered in Italian, we recommend a B1 level of knowledge of the Italian or the English language. A large majority of lecturers will offer assistance and materials in English, but maybe not all.
Exams are in Italian, but some Professors may allow students to take the exam in English. It is at the teacher's discretion.

Lesson timetable

The lesson timetable is available on our elearning platform eDADU:

Please click the in the left hand column 'Vai al calendario delle lezioni'.

The timetable is updated before the begining of each Semester.

Lessons normally run from the begining of October to the end of January and from the begining of March to the end of June, with exam sessions in February (whole month), July (whole month) and September (whole month).

Please consult the academic calendar for more information.

Exam timetable

The exam timetable is available on the Self Studenti Uniss website. Exam sessions are held in February (whole month), July (whole month) and September (whole month).

Exam timetable rearch (Ricerca Appelli):;
Please use the links top left to change langage (Italian/English)

Select our Department from the list:

You can find exam dates by degree programme (Corso di studio), Teaching activity (Attività didattica), or by Professor (Docente).

The Exam search result will list the course unit name (Attività didattica), the dates that exam booking will be available on the self student website (Periodo iscrizioni), the date and time of the exam, the exam type (oral/written), the name of the professor, the number of students who have booked the exam.

Please note that exam booking is only available for a limited time (two weeks) and closes a few days before the exam so please check the exam booking window well in advance of the exam.

It is not possible to take exams outside of the fixed exam date.

Exam registration

At the University of Sassari we have an online procedure for exam registration from the student database, Self Studenti Uniss.

Online exam registration (verbalizzazione online) is available for all full course units/subjects within the Syllabus of degree programmes offered at the University of Sassari.

Some courses are divided in modules but single modules cannot be registered online. Students taking individual modules, elective credits, summer schools, Italian as a foreign language courses etc. should register these exams individually on the paper exam registration form provided on arrival at the International Relations Office in Sassari.

For issues related to exam registration please contact Chiara Bishop.

Italian Language courses

Italian Language courses are provided for Incoming Students. These include intensive courses in September-October and in February at the beginng of the semesters, and regular courses in the first and second semesters.

More information about Italian Language courses is available here:

Guide for Incoming students

The guide provides a comprehensive description of the facilities and the services available at the University of Sassari and also some information about the city and Sardinia, in general.

Consult the giude for incoming students at the University of Sassari:

Life in Alghero

The Department of Architecture, Design and Urban Planning of the University of Sassari is located in Alghero and was the first Architecture Faculty in Sardinia. Our “campus” is situated in the beautiful historic centre of the city at 36 km from the main campus in Sassari.

The friendly and informal campus life in Alghero is a reflection of the community at large; Alghero is a tolerant, lively and exciting place. Alghero, capital of the Coral Coast, is one of the most coveted goals of the northwest coast thanks to its 80 km of sand beaches, isolated inlets and charming cliffs. Alghero is located on the north-western coast of Sardinia and has a population of approximately 42,000 people. It is a very pretty city that combines an untouched and completely pedestrian medieval town centre with beautiful beaches and clear seas. Originally a fishing village, it was seized by the Genoese towards the end of the 12th century and became an important fortress. The city then came under control of the Catalans in the 14th century and still has many Catalonian characteristics, like the language, to this day.

Alghero is an historical town with a great urban quality, well connected with the Italian continent and other international destinations. The Airport is approximately 10 kilometres to the North West of the town centre and is directly connected with Rome, Milan, Pisa, Bologna, Turin and several important European cities, such as London, Frankfurt, Barcelona, Madrid, Bremen and Paris.

Although Alghero may not offer accommodation in a students’ residence, finding accommodation is quite easy. During the ten months of the courses there is a great offer of apartments for rent at reasonable rates and in Fertilia (5 km from Alghero) there is a Youth Hostel.

The Faculty offers the canteen service and many restaurants and bars offer special prices for the students of the Department.