Entry requirements for degree programmes at Unimore

Foreign study qualification

The procedure to enrol in a Bachelor’s Degree Programme (three years), Single-cycle Master Degree Programme (five years), or Master’s Degree Programme (two-years) for students holding a foreign study qualification differs depending on whether the student is a:

  • non-EU citizen resident abroad
  • EU citizen or non-EU citizen resident in Italy

These procedures are subject to current and future emergency provisions by the Italian Government and European Union to prevent and curb Covid-19 virus epidemic.

Degree structure

The Italian university system is organised into three cycles. See the table
Non-EU citizens residing abroad
For each academic year and for each Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree Programme, the University sets a number of places reserved to non-EU students residing abroad.

What do I need to do?

To enrol in a Bachelor’s or Single-cycle Master’s Degree Programme with unlimited access:

  1. First, you need to fill out the online "pre-enrolment application" on the Universitaly website.
    On the UNIVERSITALY portal you will find all the information you need to complete the pre-enrolment application.

    The deadline is 15 September 2020.

    Documents to upload in PDF format on the Universitaly website:
  2. Even if you have not yet been assessed, you must apply on the www.er-go (link a https://www.er-go.it/fileadmin/user_upload/mvm/BANDI_2019_2020/GUIDE_REGOLAMENTO/guida_bando_inglese_per_sito_2019__1_.pdf) website to request benefits and services.
  3. After completing the pre-enrolment application, the Registrar’s Office will evaluate the documents you uploaded on the Universitaly website and will send you an email if additional documents are required. If you have passed the Italian language test and your documentation is complete, the word “admitted” will appear on the Universitaly website.
  4. Passing the Italian language test except for exempted students For some degree programmes, the Italian language test may also be taken by remote.
  5. After completing the pre-enrolment application, all applicants shall request the study/university enrolment visa to the Italian diplomatic consular representation of the country of residence vistoperitalia.esteri.it
    All procedures for issuing the visa must be completed by 30 November 2020.
  6. The diplomatic representation will load the entry visa on Universitaly Only after obtaining the visa, the Registrar’s Office will enrol you and give you all instructions to pay the first instalment of university fees. After making the payment, you will be enrolled subject to the delivery of the original study qualification and residence permit documents.

To enrol in a Single-cycle Master’s Degree Programme in Medicine:

To register to the admission test for degree programmes in Medicine and Surgery, Dentistry and Dental Prosthesis, please follow the procedures on the portal http://www.universitaly.it/. The student registration to the online test is not subject to the preliminary start of university pre-enrolment procedures at the diplomatic and consular representations. The latter shall instead be started and formalised according to the instructions provided by the deadlines set in the schedule relating to the procedures for enrolling in nationally planned Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programmes, with tests scheduled in September 2020, save as any future provisions connected with COVID 19 emergency.

To enrol in a two-year Master’s Degree Programme with unlimited access

  1. First, you need to fill out the online "pre-enrolment application" on the Universitaly website (https://www.universitaly.it/index.php/registration/firststep).
    On the UNIVERSITALY portal you will find all the information you need to complete the pre-enrolment application.

    The deadline is 15 September 2020.

    Documents to upload in PDF format on the Universitaly website:
    • Original (or authenticated) copy of the university degree certificate, translated and legalised;
    • Declaration of value of the qualification obtained or COMPARABILITY CERTIFICATE issued by the Centro di informazione sulla mobilità e le Equivalenze accademiche (CIMEA) belonging to the ENIC-NARIC networks – website   www.cimea.it/it/index.aspx Further information on www.cimea.it/it/servizi/attestati-di-comparabilita-e-certificazione-dei-titoli/attestati-di-comparabilita-e-di-verifica-dei-titoli-diplome.aspx
    • Degree certificate including the list of the examinations passed, issued by the University in which the degree was obtained, translated and legalised (it is also accepted in English) or Diploma supplement;
    • Students who have not yet obtained the degree need to enclose a registration certificate stating the qualification study that will be obtained, the years of enrolment and the list of the teachings passed.
    • Language certificate stating your knowledge of the Italian language, if any
    • Colour photo of your face in foreground
    • Valid passport
  2. If you have not done it, you need to register in the www.esse3.unimore.it portal as soon as possible to get the login credentials. Fill out the application for having your study qualification and knowledge assessed.
  3. The enrolment procedure and the documents you need to enclose are outlined in the calls for applications to Master’s Degree Programmes. A board made of professors from the degree programme will assess the documents enclosed and the knowledge gained. You will receive an email with the assessment result.
  4. Even if you have not yet been assessed, you must apply on the www.er-go (link a https://www.er-go.it/fileadmin/user_upload/mvm/BANDI_2019_2020/GUIDE_REGOLAMENTO/guida_bando_inglese_per_sito_2019__1_.pdf) website to request benefits and services.
  5. After completing the pre-enrolment application, the Registrar’s Office will evaluate the documents you uploaded on the Universitaly website and will send you an email if additional documents are required. If you have passed the Italian language test and your documentation is complete, the word “admitted” will appear on the Universitaly website.
  6. Passing the Italian language test except for exempted students. For some degree programmes, the Italian language test may also be taken by remote.
  7. After completing the pre-enrolment application, all applicants shall request the study/university enrolment visa to the Italian diplomatic consular representation of the country of residence (link https://vistoperitalia.esteri.it). All procedures for issuing the visa must be completed by 30 November 2020.
    • The diplomatic representation will load the entry visa on Universitaly. Only after obtaining the visa, the Registrar’s Office will enrol you and give you all instructions to pay the first instalment of university fees, for the amount of EUR ……. After making the payment, you will be enrolled subject to the delivery of the original study qualification and residence permit documents.

    To enrol in a Bachelor’s or Single-cycle Master’s Degree Programme, or two-year Master’s Degree Programme with limited access:

    On the UNIVERSITALY portal you will find all the information you need to complete the pre-enrolment application.
    The deadline is reported on the call for applications.
    Documents to upload in PDF format on the Universitaly website:
    for Bachelor’s Degree Programmes and Single-cycle Master’s Degree Programmes

    for two-year Master’s Degree Programmes

    • Original (or authenticated) copy of the university degree certificate, translated and legalised;
    • Declaration of value of your degree;
    • Degree certificate including the list of the examinations passed, issued by the University in which the degree was obtained, translated and legalised (it is also accepted in English) or Diploma supplement;
    • Students who have not yet obtained the degree need to enclose a registration certificate stating the qualification study that will be obtained, the years of enrolment and the list of the teachings passed.
    • Language certificate stating your knowledge of the Italian language, if any
    • Colour photo of your face in foreground
    • Valid passport
    • Please read the call for applications (link to the calls for applications) carefully, where the application procedures and terms are set.

     

    • Pay the admission fee of EUR 55.00 via the PagoPa circuit, link to payment

     

    • If an admission test is provided, you need to be attending unless it is a remote test. Please check in the call for applications. If no test is provided, in the call for applications you will find the selection parameters.
    • If you are well placed in the rankings, the Registrar’s Office will evaluate the documents you uploaded on the Universitaly website and will send you an email if additional documents are required. If you have passed the Italian language test, your documentation is complete and you are eligible in the rankings, the word “admitted” will appear on the Universitaly website.

     

    • After completing the pre-enrolment application, all applicants shall request the study/university enrolment visa to the Italian diplomatic consular representation of the country of residence  (link https://vistoperitalia.esteri.it). All procedures for issuing the visa must be completed by 30 November 2020.

     

    • The diplomatic representation will load the entry visa on Universitaly. Only after obtaining the visa, the Registrar’s Office will enrol you and give you all instructions to pay the first instalment of university fees, for the amount of EUR ……. After making the payment, you will be enrolled subject to the delivery of the original study qualification and residence permit documents.

    EU citizens or non-EU citizens residing in Italy
    EU citizens, regardless of where they live, and non-EU citizens regularly residing in Italy may access with no limitation of quota. If you have a foreign study qualification, please email the Registrar’s Office of the Degree Programme in which you want to enrol to get all the information you need.
    The documents you need to deliver to the Registrar’s Office are:
    for Bachelor’s Degree Programmes and Single-cycle Master’s Degree Programmes

    for two-year Master’s Degree Programmes

    • Original (or authenticated) copy of the university degree certificate, translated and legalised;
    • Declaration of value of your degree;
    • Degree certificate including the list of the examinations passed, issued by the University in which the degree was obtained, translated and legalised (it is also accepted in English) or Diploma supplement;
    • Students who have not yet obtained the degree need to enclose a registration certificate stating the qualification study that will be obtained, the years of enrolment and the list of the teachings passed.
    • Language certificate stating your knowledge of the Italian language, if any
    • Colour photo of your face in foreground
    • Valid passport

    Even if you have not yet been assessed, you must apply on the www.er-go (link a https://www.er-go.it/fileadmin/user_upload/mvm/BANDI_2019_2020/GUIDE_REGOLAMENTO/guida_bando_inglese_per_sito_2019__1_.pdf) website to request benefits and services.

     

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