Enrollment at UNISA | Non EU citizens abroad
Enrollment at UNISA Non EU citizens abroad
NEW PROCEDURE FOR PRE-ENROLMENT OF NON EU CITIZENS
In order to make the procedure for pre-enrolment of non EU citizens easier the Italian Ministry of University implemented an on line platform, called UNIVERSITALY (universitaly.it/first-steps) where students will be able to apply to degree and master degree programs in Italy.
International students will be registered on the above platform, they will be able to access to all information about university course catalogue.
After choosing the degree/master degree program they can pre-enrol to the program and upload all documents to be send to the University for the evaluation.
In case of clarification/fault/support needed applicants can click here https://www.universitaly.it/support_jira.php?cmp=59635
The University will evaluate the applicant. Letter of eligibility is not required but can be uploaded if already issued by the University.
The Italian Representative abroad will start the procedure to issue the visa, only for candidates already accepted by the University.
Visa procedure will end within 30th November 2024.
Pre-enrolment of no EU citizens resident abroad
The Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research implemented an on line platform, called UNIVERSITALY (https://www.universitaly.it/index.php/registration) where students will be able to apply to degree and master degree programs in Italy starting from half March 2024.
Qualifications can be accompanied in alternative by ENIC-NARIC certification, by certification of official foreign institutions or by the declaration of value.
For further details about other required documents please address directly to the relevant Italian Representatives.
For more information please check the following website http://www.studiare-in-italia.it/studentistranieri/
The secondary school qualifications considered valid for enrolment in Italy are those obtained at the end of a period of schooling of at least 12 years.
Applicants attending their last year at secondary school are accepted with reservation.
For diplomas obtained after less than 12 years of schooling, it is necessary to attach an academic qualification proving that students have completed university courses according the number of missing years.
Knowledge of Italian language
Applicants to degree and master degree programs held in Italian must have a B2 level of Italian language. Unless they have a certificate for the required level they have to pass a test, according the schedule established by the Department involved.