Academic calendar and timetable
This page shows the academic calendar and the class schedule for the Bachelor in Leisure Management.

Academic calendar

Courses run from September to June. Specifically, the fall semester runs from September to December and provides for a certification session in January, while the spring semester runs from February to May and provides for a certification session in June.

The Department of Business Economics, Health and Social Care, in collaboration with the Competence centre for languages and studies on plurilinguism, organises intensive summer courses (in February and August) in Italian, English and German languages. For further information please visit:

Class schedule Full-Time study

First year: classes take place on Mondays, Tuesdays and/or Wednesdays (day/evening) for a load of about 20 hours/week in the classroom. Exceptionally, certain activities may be carried out outside the scheduled hours.

Second and third year: reduction of the weekly attendance to face-to-face lectures and integration of forms of intensive learning (crash courses) and distance learning (blended courses).

Class schedule NEW Part-Time study

Students studying part-time can maintain their sporting, artistic, professional or family commitments while pursuing their education, thanks to a personalised study plan that respects the student's needs. The timetable includes fewer hours per week than the full-time mode of study, depending on the agreed study plan.