According to the ministerial orders of the Italian Ministry of Education and University, if you are a non EU resident you have to register at the Italian Representative in your country of residence. Please follow the instructions you can find in the tabs below.
Bachelors - three-year undergraduate degree programs, Integrated masters - five-year undergraduate degree programs, Masters - two-year postgraduate degree programs
Students holding an educational qualification of equivalent level to that described in the "requirements and documentation" section must submit a pre-registration application, within the timescales established by the Ministerial orders (see: www.miur.it>università>studenti>studenti stranieri), directly to the Italian diplomatic or consular mission in their country of residence. For the 2018/2019 academic year, the window for submitting this documentation is: from 19 February to 24 July 2018. The pre-registration application must only be submitted for a single course of study.
Pre-registration forms to be submitted to the Italian diplomatic or consular mission in the student’s country
- Request for documents to be translated, sworn and officialised
- Pre-enrolment application form (EN)
- Preiscrizione modulo (ITA) (pre-registration form)
Students who apply for pre-registration for any degree course must take an oral Italian language test*. For the 2017/2018 academic year, the test will be held on 31 August 2018.
If you pass the exam and are admitted to the course, you will have to register on the ESSE3 platform (consisting in: registration and log-in with the given credentials. Please view the registration tutorial). After registering, we recommend that you arrange an appointment with the International Relations Office to submit the documents that must accompany the application form. See the section "Requirements and documentation".
International Relations Office — Via Saffi, 2 - Tel. +39 0722 304633 — Fax+39 0722 304409
*Exemption from Italian language test
For all courses of study (both single-cycle and otherwise) the following are exempt from the Italian language test, but are subject to the limit of the quota of specific places set aside for foreign citizens resident abroad:
- students who have obtained certifications of skill in Italian at grades not lower than Level B2 of the Council of Europe, issued in the context of the CLIQ (Certificazione Lingua Italiana di Qualità) quality system, which groups together the current certifying bodies (Perugia Università per stranieri, Siena Università per stranieri, Università Roma Tre and Società "Dante Alighieri"), also in agreement with the Italian Institutes of Culture abroad or other bodies. These certifications may be obtained in the country of origin, at the examination centres eligible to offer these throughout the world.
Students having the characteristics shown in the following paragraph, entitled "Exemption from Italian language test and from quota" are exempt from the preliminary Italian language examination and are enrolled regardless of the number of places set aside.
Exemption from Italian language test and from quota
1. The following are exempt, for registrations in three-year and five-year undergraduate degree programs, regardless of the number of places set aside:
a) students who hold 4-/5-year upper secondary diploma obtained at Italian State Schools and those officially recognized abroad;
b) students holding one of the secondary school-leaving qualifications referred to in Appendix 2;
c) those who hold complementary certificates in addition to the middle school-leaving qualification obtained in Argentina, confirming that they have attended a course of study including the study of the Italian language for 5 years at least, according to Law No. 210 of 7.6.1999 (Official Gazette No. 152 of 1.7.1999) ratifying the agreement with Argentina of 3.12.1997, which came into effect on 28.12.1999;
d) students who hold a diploma in Italian language and culture awarded by Perugia and Siena Universities for Foreigners;
e) students holding diplomas of competence in Italian which correspond to the levels C1 and C2 of the Council of Europe, issued in the context of the CLIQ (Certificazione Lingua Italiana di Qualità) quality system, which groups together the current certifying bodies (Perugia Università per stranieri, Siena Università per stranieri, Università Roma Tre and Società "Dante Alighieri"), also in agreement with the Italian Institutes of Culture abroad or other bodies.
2. The following are exempt for registrations on Masters – two-year postgraduate degree programs (if the test is independently provided for by the University):
- students who hold the qualifications shown under letters d) and e) above.
Ph.D., One year postgraduate courses and Lifelong learning programs
The application can be submitted by students holding an educational qualification of equivalent level to the Italian qualification required for admission to the selected course.
According to the procedure, and within the timescale, of the Call for application, the application form (online procedure) must be submitted to Ufficio Alta Formazione, Università di Urbino Carlo Bo — Via Valerio, 9 - Tel. +39 0722 304631-2-4-5-6-9 — Fax +39 0722 304637 firstname.lastname@example.org, attaching the necessary documentation. See the “Requirements and documentation” section, under “One year postgraduate courses and Lifelong learning programs”.
Following the letter of acceptance sent by the university, the original academic certificate must be confirmed by the Italian Diplomatic or Consular mission and the VISA application must be submitted directly by the applicant.
Applicants are not required to sit the Italian Language Test.
Individual courses for free movers
Students wishing to attend one or more individual courses or “internships” can register by applying via the Italian diplomatic or consular mission competent for their territory, by 24 August 2018 for courses taking place in the first semester, and by 28 December 2018 for courses held in the second semester.
Once you arrive at the University of Urbino
You have to register within the timescales specified in the Study Prospectus. Applications must be submitted to the Registrar's Office (Segreterie Studenti) www.uniurb.it/segreterie - attaching the documentation requested. See the “Requirements and documentation” section, under “Individual courses for free movers”.
The option of online registration is not offered to holders of foreign qualifications.
Applicants are not required to sit the Italian Language Test.
|Fulfilment of obligations upon arrival in Italy
|Procedure and documentation required for the issuance of a visa for the purpose of enrolling in University
|Pre-Enrolment procedure and documentation at the Italian Diplomatic Mission
Secondary school-leaving qualifications for the exemption from Italian language test
|Pre-enrolment application form for Italian Authorities
|Modulo di pre-iscrizione
Da presentare alla Rappresentanza diplomatico-consolare
|Richiesta perfezionamento documenti di studio