Enrollment

Official enrollment is open to students within the deadline published in our annoucements.


Master programs (2 years) entirely taught in english

Enrollment to our Master Programs is divided in three parts:

First part – Evaluation of your curricular requirements

Read on the courses websites and on each annoucement about the requirements for each course.

If you are an international student you are required to ask our Teaching Committe for an evaluation of your academic career and the Committee will state if you hold the necessary requirements to gain direct admission to our Master Program.

The Teaching Committee could also state that they need you to pass a test in order to gain admission to our Master Program. The test is usually held in September in Pavia.

Second part – Non-EU students

Non-EU students have also to pre-enroll at their local Italian Representative in order to officially enroll to our university. More information here.

Third part – Assement test

The Teaching Committee could also state in their evaluation that they need you to pass a test in order to gain admission to our Master Program. The test is usually held in September in Pavia.

Here you can find more information about the test.

Fourth part – Enrollment

Once you completed the first and the second part and eventually you took the test and passed it, you can proceed to enrollment.

Here are the complete instruction for non-EU students.


Master programs (2 years) and single Cycle Master’s Degree Course (5 years) entirely taught in italian

If you are an non-EU student wishing to enroll in one of our course entirely taught in Italian you are asked to pass an italian language examination.

More information about the italian language examination are available here.

Non-EU students have also to pre-enroll at their local Italian Representative in order to officially enroll to our university. More information here.

More information about our master admission requirements are published on our Italian website.


Undegraduate Courses

Our undergraduate courses are taught in Italian. If you are an non-EU student wishing to enroll in one of our course entirely taught in Italian you are asked to pass an italian examination.

More information about the italian language examination are available here.

Non-EU students have also to pre-enroll at their local Italian Representative in order to officially enroll to our university. More information here.

We also ask students interested in our engineering undergraduate courses to prove their knowledge of english language and mathematics through a test called TOLC. The test is in Italian. More information about our undergraduate admission requirements are published on our Italian website.