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Admission to the Master's Degrees in Engineering

Admission requirements
The admission to a master’s degree course requires a Bachelor's Degree or a three year University Diploma. Furthermore  adequate knowledge at the bachelor’s degree level  relevant to the Master's Study Programme subject areas is required:  the University establishes specific admission policies that provide for the possession of the curricular requirements and the assessment of personal preparation of the candidate, as detailed in the study Programme's Teaching Regulations. Verification of personal preparation includes also knowledge of the English language at level B1 or B2 of CEFR (Common European framework  of reference for languages).

Admission of students in possession of suitable qualifications from abroad is regulated by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research's "Norme per l’accesso degli studenti stranieri ai corsi universitari” (Regulations for admission of foreign students to University programmes). Provisions for students in possession of foreign qualifications are available in the web pages International students (link in the column on the right). 
Knowledge of the Italian language is necessary to enroll on Master's degree programmes taught in Italian: for non-UE students living abroad a certificate of level B2 issued as part of the CLIQ quality system is required. In the event that this certificate has not been obtained,  students must successfully undertake an  Italian language test to be allowed to sit the compulsory selective test.

Duration of the study programme
The educational pathway is organised into a 2-year Programme including 120 credits

Attendance
Optional

 

PRE-EVALUATION AND ADMISSION

No admission test will be administered.

EU - and EU-equivalent citizens who obtained their degrees in Italy or abroad should submit online the admission application form starting from August 2019 and within the deadline indicated in the Call for applications.

For ExtraEU citizens living abroad the pre-evaluation is compulsory. Applications have to be sumbitted within 15 May 2019 via the online PICA procedure.

The appropriate  Commissions established  by the Teaching Coordination Board will perform the assessment of the Italian and foreign applications. Upon their decision a pre-acceptance letter will be sent to extraEU candidates living abroad who need to ask for Visa to Italian official Representations.

 

ENROLLMENT ON THE FIRST YEAR

Only candidates which will be considered eligible for admission (i.e. who meet the admission requirements) are allowed to enroll on the master’s degree programmes within the deadlines indicated in the call for applications.

EU - and EU-equivalent citizens who obtained their degrees abroad have to make an appointment with the International students office before enrolling in order to submit the documents concerning their qualifications. Online enrollment from the student's personal page 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.

ExtraEU citizens living abroad should follow the specific instructions which will be sent to them by International students office. After their arrival in Italy they have to make an appointment with the International students office in order to submit the documents concerning  their qualifications. Please note that the documents required for enrollment are not the same asked for the pre-evaluation: the detailed list is available in the web page Admission of extraEU students living abroad to master’s degree programmes. Online enrollment from the student's personal page 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.