The Recognition of academic achievements followed by the University of Urbino is described at article 20 of the University Didactic Regulations - see attachment.
Non-EU citizens living abroad
Applications for recognition of foreign academic qualifications must be submitted, together with the associated documentation, to the Italian Diplomatic/consular mission competent for the territory where the academic qualification was awarded, within the timescales established in the Ministerial orders (see: www.miur.it > università > studenti > studenti stranieri). For the 2017/2018 academic year, the deadline is: from 20 March to 21 July 2017. For details on the procedure see also the section 'Enroment of non-EU citizens living abroad'
EU and non-EU citizens living in Italy
Applications, together with the accompanying documentation, must be submitted within the timescales specified in the Study Prospectus, to the International Relations Office - Via Saffi, 2 - Tel. +39 0722 304633 — Fax+39 0722 304409 email@example.com
Documentation required when applying for recognition of qualifications
The application form (online form) must be accompanied by the following documents:
- Secondary School Leaving Qualification in the original (or certified copy) for secondary studies obtained with at least 12 years of schooling, or a substitute certificate with full legal effect accompanied by official translation and legalization of signatures. Countries who are signatories to the European Convention of Brussels of 25 May 1987, as well as Germany, are exempt from the legalization of signatures. For countries that signed the Hague Convention of 5 October 1961, documents must carry the “Apostille” stamp, affixed by the local Authorities who are charged to do this;
- academic qualification (in the original) supplied with official translation and legalization of signatures.
- Declaration of Equivalence of Qualification (Dichiarazione di valore in loco) by the competent Italian diplomatic authority for the area or a certification from foreign official bodies or a certificate issued by ENIC-NARIC centres;
- Certificate issued by the competent academic authority relating to the qualification referred to under Point 2 – duly authenticated by the diplomatic authority – certifying to the examinations passed and the teaching hours laid down for each discipline or Diploma Supplement;
- Detailed syllabuses of examinations taken and passed;
- two passport-sized photographs;
- photocopy of passport or other valid identity document;
- photocopy of stay permit, for non-EU citizens legally residing in Italy.
All the original documentation (academic certificates, certificates and syllabi for the examinations sat) must be authenticated by the Italian Diplomatic or Consular mission competent for the territory concerned. All academic certificates issued by foreign authorities must also be accompanied by a declaration of equivalence courtesy of the Italian diplomatic/consular mission competent for the territory.
The Declaration of equivalence is an official document describing the qualification awarded and the level to which it pertains, from an institution which belongs to a non-Italian educational system.
In cases where the academic qualification has been issued by an institution with legislation different from that of the country in which the candidate is resident or in which the candidate studies or has studied, the qualification must nevertheless be supplied with legalization, with “declaration of equivalence of qualification” and with a translation, if necessary, by the Italian Diplomatic Authority in the country to whose legislation the issuing institution is subject.
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