Foreign students may enrol in study courses and international mobility programmes offered by UNIVPM.
Every year the Italian Ministry for Education, University and Research set the rules regulating the access of non-EU students to Italian universities on the website: http://www.studiare-in-italia.it/studentistranieri/.
For more detailed information regarding enrolment procedures for foreign students you can contact the Registrar's Office of the Faculty you are interested in:
Every year the Italian Ministry for Education, University and Research set the rules regulating the access of non-EU students to Italian universities together with the quotas of reserved places for each degree programme on the website: http://www.studiare-in-italia.it/studentistranieri/.
The English version is also available at the link:
This procedure do not apply:
a) to citizens from European Union Member States, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and the Swiss Confederation; from the Republic of San Marino and the Holy See, even if holding a foreign qualification;
b) to foreigners already officially residing in Italy
c) to students who hold scholarships released by European Union education, training and research programmes
Pre-enrolment on UNIVERSITALY portal
In case you need a visa to enter Italy you need to apply for pre-enrolment at our university on the UNIVERSITALY website: https://www.universitaly.it/index.php/students/stranieri
You will need to upload the following documents:
Once we will have evaluated your documents you will receive a confirmation of acceptance of your pre-enrolment through the UNIVERSITALY portal and you will be able to start the visa procedure at the Italian Embassy in your country.
In case you wish to enrol in a course taught in Italian and you do not have a certificate proving a knowledge of Italian at B2 level you will need to take a language test
Italian Language Test
In case you are a NON-EU citizen residing abroad (requiring a Visa), who wish to enrol in any programme taught in Italian and you do not have a certificate proving a knowledge of Italian at B2 level, you must sit an Italian language test to prove a CEFR B2 level knowledge of Italian.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE ITALIAN LANGUAGE TEST
For the Academic Year 2020/2021 the Italian Language Test can be taken only remotely on one of the following sessions:
In order to take part in the remote Italian Language Test candidates must fill in and send the following application form
to the email address firstname.lastname@example.org within the above mentioned deadlines.
The online Italian language test will involve a combination of MICROSOFT FORMS (for the exercises) and ZOOM for the identification of the candidates and the necessary invigilation.
The test will last 1 hour.
Exemption is granted to:
Once the pre-enrolment application has been approved by the university through the UNIVERSITALY portal students can apply for visa at the competent Italian consular diplomatic mission in their country. The visa procedure may vary according to the provisions issued by the individual Italian embassies and consulates abroad and it is the candidate's responsibility to inquire about specific procedures and deadlines.
In any case the procedures for issuing these visas must be concluded, unless otherwise indicated in the future, by 30 November 2020