Application Requirements and Procedures for International Students
ENROLLMENT PROCEDURES FOR UNDERGRADUATE ITALIAN AND ECCITIZENS* WITH ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS OBTAINED ABROAD
In addition to all of the standard application requirements, the students belonging to this category must hand in the following application materials at the registrar’s office of the school of choice:
NOTE: c) and d) must be done by the Italian Delegation in the country where the certificate is issued.
NOTE: b) and c) need not to be handed in if an official written communication stating its attainment is produced.
Should a university entrance examination be required in the student’s native country, a certificate stating its positive result must be submitted; an official written statement indicating the positive result is also accepted.
Should the student’s diploma cover a cycle of instruction shorter than 12 years, he is required to produce additional post high school certificates (along with the contents of each course of instruction and a statement of positive result) in order to total the twelve years required; this procedure allows international students to enroll in the first year. Students whose diploma covers a cycle of instruction longer than 12 years, will follow a shorter academic iter by acquiring credits towards the degree program of choice; these students will therefore have to make up only for the difference in terms of number of credits, so as to fulfill the requirements of the degree program chosen. The shorter academic iter is granted only when the number of years of attendance expected is higher than the number of ars for which credits are acquired towards the chosen degree program.
International students may also enroll in a second level degree (or two year specialization program) provided they hand in the documents listed above (see a-e) and a title issued by a University or a post high school certificate issued by a higher institution which qualifies for university entrance. In any case, the student must have had a 12-year long cycle of instruction and must have passed the entrance examination of the school of choice, if required.
*Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Holland, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Cyprus, Slovakia, Slovenia ,Spain, Sweden. European Countries equivalent to EC countries: Norway, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Switzerland.
ENROLLMENT PROCEDURES FOR POSTGRADUATE ITALIAN AND ECCITIZENS* WITH ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS OBTAINED ABROAD
In addition to all of the standard application requirements and documents (previously listed), the students belonging to this category must include his/her university degree and hand it in at the registrar’s office of the school of choice which must be comparable in terms of subject affinity. The application is nevertheless subjected to the approval of the accademic committee.
NON EC CITIZENS RESIDING ABROAD
Application forms must be handed in at the local Italian Delegation betweenMay 27th 2004 and June 25th 2004 according to the procedures established yearly by the MIUR (www2.uniroma2.it/studenti/studentistranieri.shtml). The deadline is decided yearly by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.