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Bachelors - three - year undergraduate degree programs, Integrated masters - five - year undergraduate degree programs

Admission requirements

Qualifications obtained at the end of a period of schooling of at least 12 years

These qualifications are valid for admission to Bachelors - three-year undergraduate degree programs and to Integrated masters – five-year undergraduate degree programs at Italian Universities provided that they allow access to a similar course to the one applied for in Italy at the Universities of the country whose legislation they are governed by.
In calculating the twelve years, a pre-school year may be considered, where applicable, on condition that:

  • attendance at this year is compulsory and an integral part of the curriculum;
  • the syllabus provides for the teaching of reading and writing of the mother tongue and the first elements of arithmetic.
Qualifications obtained at the end of a period of schooling of less than 12 years

As well as an original secondary school diploma, Students must present an academic certificate showing that all examinations provided for have been passed:

  • for the first year of university studies, in the case of a local school system of 11 years; for the first two academic years, in the case of a local school system of 10 years.

This academic certification, complementary to secondary school qualifications obtained with less than 12 years of schooling allows, in Italy, only registration at the first academic year and enrolment with shortening of the course only in cases where the duration of university attendance is more than the period necessary to integrate the missing part of the school career.

The leaving qualification for post-secondary schooling obtained in a non-university higher institute may be accepted as a supplementary qualification for a school career of less than 12 years.

Documentation required

Italian candidates with a foreign qualification, EU citizens residing anywhere and non-European citizens regularly residing in Italy are admitted without quota limitations (contingente) if they hold a valid educational qualification and the following documentation.

For Bachelor and Integrated Master Degree Programmes

Admission requirements - Students belonging to one of the categories listed below must check the requirements at studiare in italia.it
  1. Qualifications awarded after a period of schooling of at least 12 years
  2. Qualifications awarded after a period of schooling of fewer than 12 years
  3. Titles awarded by university institutes of ecclesiastical studies located in Italy and approved by the Holy See
  4. United States High School qualification
  5. United Kingdom qualifications
  6. International Baccalaureate (IB) qualifications
  7. Qualifications issued by European schools
  8. Qualifications awarded by British, French, Spanish, Swiss and German schools operating in Italy
  9. Final qualifications of secondary education institutions of the Republic of San Marino
  10. Qualifications issued by the “International School of Trieste” (art. 393 of legislative decree n. 297/1994).
Documentation:
  • Secondary School Leaving Qualification obtained with at least 12 years of schooling, or a substitute certificate with full legal effect accompanied by official translation* and legalisation** of signatures. 
  • Declaration of Equivalence of Qualification (Dichiarazione di valore)*** by the competent Italian diplomatic authority for the area OR Statement of Comparability and Statement of Verification issued by ENIC-NARIC centres – in Italy CIMEA. Click here to register on CIMEA's DiploME platform and apply for a Statement of Comparability and a Statement of Verification https://cimea.diplo-me.eu/uniurb/#/auth/login
  • A certificate attesting to the fact that the academic suitability test that may have been arranged for University admission in the country of origin (Selectividad in Spain, Prova de Aferiçao or Prova Geral de Acesso ao Ensino Superior in Portugal, etc.) has been passed;
  • photocopy of passport or another valid identity document;
  • photocopy of visa for non-EU citizens living abroad;
  • photocopy of permit of stay for non-EU citizens legally residing in Italy;
  • certificate showing the academic studies partially completed officially translated and legalised. If the academic qualification has been obtained at the end of a school career of fewer than 12 years or if requesting the shortening of the course. In this case, the certificate must specify the examinations passed and be accompanied by official documentation concerning the syllabi of the examinations.

For Master Degree Programmes and Recognition of Academic Achievements

  • Academic qualification obtained at a foreign University, or post-secondary school qualification obtained at a non-university higher education institute that would allow, in loco, the continuation of university studies at the next level. The academic qualification must be supplied with official translation* and legalisation** of signatures. 
  • Declaration of Equivalence of Qualification (Dichiarazione di valore)*** by the competent Italian diplomatic authority for the area OR Statement of Comparability and Statement of Verification issued by ENIC-NARIC centres – in Italy CIMEA. Click here to register on CIMEA's DiploME platform and apply for a Statement of Comparability and a Statement of Verification https://cimea.diplo-me.eu/uniurb/#/auth/login
  • Certificate listing all exams passed and the teaching hours for each discipline or Diploma Supplement–officially translated and legalised;
  • Detailed syllabi of examinations taken and passed–officially translated and legalised;
  • Evaluation of the exams passed and course syllabi assessed by the didactics board of the relevant School;
  • photocopy of passport or another valid identity document;
  • photocopy of visa for non-EU citizens living abroad;
  • photocopy of permit of stay for non-EU citizens legally residing in Italy;

For Single Courses

Documentation required for students regularly enrolled at a foreign university
  • the student's university record book or similar document from the foreign university;
  • an official translation of the above;
  • legalisation of signatures by the competent Italian diplomatic/consular mission for the territory concerned.
Documentation required for those who are not already registered at a foreign university
  • Secondary School Leaving Qualification obtained with at least 12 years of schooling, or a substitute certificate with full legal effect accompanied by official translation* and legalisation** of signatures. 
  • Declaration of Equivalence of Qualification (Dichiarazione di valore)*** by the competent Italian diplomatic authority for the area OR Statement of Comparability and Statement of Verification issued by ENIC-NARIC centres – in Italy CIMEA. Click here to register on CIMEA's DiploME platform and apply for a Statement of Comparability and a Statement of Verification https://cimea.diplo-me.eu/uniurb/#/auth/login
  • A certificate attesting to the fact that the academic suitability test that may have been arranged for University admission in the country of origin (Selectividad in Spain, Prova de Aferiçao or Prova Geral de Acesso ao Ensino Superior in Portugal, etc.) has been passed;
  • photocopy of passport or another valid identity document;
  • photocopy of visa for non-EU citizens living abroad;
  • photocopy of permit of stay, for non-EU citizens legally residing in Italy;

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 legalisation, with Declaration of Equivalence (Dichiarazione di valore) and with a translation, if necessary, by the Italian Diplomatic Authority in the country to whose legislation the issuing institution is subject.

*Official translation – all documents: academic qualifications, certificates and syllabi of examinations taken must be translated and legalised by the Italian Diplomatic or Consular Authority responsible for the area. Documents issued in English, French or Spanish do not require any translation.

**Legalisation - Countries who are signatories to the European Convention of Brussels of 25 May 1987, as well as Germany, are exempt from the legalisation 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;

***The Declaration of Equivalence (Dichiarazione di valore) is an official document describing the title awarded with the qualification it refers to, by an institution belonging to a non-Italian education system.

 


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