Applicants with a foreign qualification
Please refer to the specific Call for admission and Enrolment Regulations for Bachelor’s degree programmes a.y. 2021/22
Further detail about the enrolment procedure will be published soon here.
a) Passport (or ID for EU citizens only)
b) Student visa type D for non-EU citizens not living in Italy
c) Residence Permit for non-EU citizens living in Italy
d) Fiscal Code
e) For underage applicants: self-certificate (284.82 kB) (dichiarazione sostitutiva di certificazioni - articles 5 and 46 of Presidential decree no. 445 of 28/12/2000) signed by a parent or a legal guardian and photocopy of the signer’s identification document
f) High school diploma with official translation into Italian (Official diplomas issued in English, French or Spanish do not need to be translated)
g) For applicants with U.S. high school diploma: certificate stating that the applicant passed 3 Advanced Placement courses (APs), as specified in the CALL FOR ADMISSION FOR BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
h) For applicants with U.K. high school diploma (GCSE): certificate stating that the applicant passed 3 A-levels, as specified in the CALL FOR ADMISSION FOR BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
i) For applicants with Scottish high school diploma: certificate stating that the applicant passed 3 Advanced Highers, or, alternatively, 2 Advanced Highers + at least 4 Highers,as specified in the CALL FOR ADMISSION FOR BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
j) For countries where university admissions are regulated by a specific admission test: certificate stating that the applicant passed the national admission test
k) For applicants with high school diploma awarded after a period of less than 12 years of school attendance: university transcript of records (with official translation into Italian) with the results of the exams passed in the first academic year or in the first two years; or, post-secondary qualification (with official translation into Italian) awarded by a non-university institution in a field of study related to the Bachelor's degree programme chosen by the applicant; or, successful completion of a Foundation Course. The above-mentioned documents (official certificates and post-secondary diplomas) do not need to be translated into Italian is they are issued in English, French or Spanish.
l) Declaration of Value (dichiarazione di valore)(1) of high school diploma issued by the Italian Embassy/ Consulate or Statement of Comparability issued by CIMEA or certificate issued by other ENIC-NARIC centre
(1) PLEASE NOTE: holders of International Baccalaureate degree (IB) obtained at one of the schools listed in Annex 2 of the "Procedures for entry, residence and enrolment at higher education institutions for students requiring visas for higher education courses in Italy" https://www.studiare-in-italia.it/studentistranieri/moduli/2021/Allegato2_EN.pdf are exempted from presenting the declaration of value or the Statement of Comparability.