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EU students holding foreign educational qualifications

Admission to degree programmes (three year) and single-cycle Master's degree programmes

 

EU-citizens residing in Italy and holding foreign educational certifications have to submit the application for enrolment directly to the University of Brescia. They are admitted to degree programmes and single-cycle Master's degree programmes without quota limitations and without having to take the italian language test.

The regulations and provisions of the Ministry of Education, University and Research are published at the link http://www.studiare-in-italia.it/studentistranieri/. We refer you to these provisions for all information.

 

REQUIREMENTS

1. Admission to a Degree programme or single-cycle Master's degree programme requires possession of an upper secondary school diploma, or another equivalent qualification obtained abroad and recognised as suitable for accessing the chosen university programme.

Candidates must have achieved their qualification after at least 12 years of schooling. Moreover they must have attended at least two years in the foreign educational system that awarded the school diploma (without prejudice to bilateral agreements currently in force).

In the event that the total number of years is below 12, before enrolling in Italy, candidates must hold:

  • if the educational system followed requires 11 years: certificate to confirm passing of the exams of the first year of university; or an official qualification in a similar subject to the university programme chosen, achieved after a year at an Italian or foreign post-secondary institute; or a certification issued by an Italian university to confirm passing of preparatory programmes (foundation course)
  • if the educational system followed requires 10 years: certificate to confirm passing of the exams of the first year and second of university; or an official qualification in a similar subject to the university programme chosen, achieved after two years at an Italian or foreign post-secondary institute; or a certification issued by an Italian university to confirm passing of preparatory programmes (foundation course)

    The suitability of the additional study periods is assessed by the university for the purposes of admission to the chosen university programme. In Italy additional study periods only enable enrolment to the first year, it is not possible to request recognition of the exams taken to shorten the programme.

2. Candidates must have passed the academic eligibility test if required in the country of origin (Selectividad in Spain, Prova de Aferiçao or Prova Geral de Acesso ao Ensino Superior in Portugal, etc..).

Admission to the university is only permitted if the documentation certifying possession of the requirements is valid, as required by current regulations and the specific provisions of the Ministry of Education, University and Research: http://www.studiare-in-italia.it/studentistranieri/

 

ADMISSION TEST

All degree programmes and single-cycle Master's degree programmes at the University of Brescia require an admission test, indicative for some and selective for others, which is offered in the months of September and October. Participation in the test is mandatory. 

Bachelor's degrees: requirements and deadlines for admission and enrollment (file .pdf)

Combined bachelor's and master's degrees: requirements and deadlines for admission and enrollment (file .pdf)

Call for applications 2019/2020

 

DOCUMENTS TO SUBMIT TO THE UNIVERSITY

The original diploma (or replacement certificate) of upper secondary school in a foreign language must be accompanied by the official translation in Italian: those concerned can contact local translators and must request certification of the translation's compliance from the relevant official Italian Representation. 

The original diploma (or the replacement certificate) must also be legalised or carry the Apostille stamp and must be accompanied by a declaration of value by the relevant official Italian Representation.
Candidates may submit the Statement of comparability issued by CIMEA instead of the Declaration of value.

Any other documents in a foreign language (certificate with the university exams passed - transcript of records - and certification of passing the academic eligibility test) must normally be translated into Italian and the translation must be confirmed by the official Italian Representation.