How to apply

General information

Detailed information on admission/enrolment rules and regulations, deadlines, tests is listed in the Prospectus, which is published every year in June. 

For information about recognition of foreign qualifications please visit the following web page.

Foreign non-EU students must submit their application for pre-enrolment to the Italian Embassy or Consulate in their country of residence. On completion of the pre-enrolment procedure, a visa for study purposes will be issued in order to enter Italy.

Each study programme has a number of vacant places reserved for foreign non-EU students. You may consult it in the online data bank of Italian Ministry of Education, Universities and Research page Vacant places reserved for foreign non-EU students 


Open admissions programmes

To enrol on open admissions programmes you are only required to sit a non-selective test for assessing your preparation, in accordance with the procedures set out in the call for applications of individual programmes.

The test has no bearing on admission and students can enrol regardless of results.

However, depending on results, students may be assigned additional learning obligation (Obblighi Formativi Aggiuntivi, OFA).

The entry test varies from programme to programme and may be paper-based or delivered online (TOLC)


Limited enrolment programmes

To enrol on limited enrolment programmes (those with a limited number of places) candidates must pass an entrance examination.
Exam scores determine the position of candidates in the final ranking of those eligible for enrolment.


How to apply

Connect to the following web site, register your personal data and select the Degree Programme of your interest. Then login in order to get the personal enrolment application.


Tuition fees

For more information about tuition fees please visit the following website tuition fees


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