Admission requirements

Students with a Bachelor’s degree are admitted to the Master in a direct way, without any further verification by the Didactic Committee, when their application for admission presents a documentation that, upon verification by the Department's Students and Didactic Office, satisfies the requirements specified by art. 3 paragraph 1 of the Teaching Regulations.

Graduates will be also admitted to the Master when their application for admission presents a documentation that, upon verification by the Didactic Committee, satisfies the requirements specified by art. 3 paragraphs 2 and 3 of the Teaching Regulations.

The admission to the Master of a graduate who is in possession of a degree awarded by a foreign University or an equivalent foreign institute is evaluated by the Didactic Committee through a case by case assessment, considering the documentation received through online procedures, on the basis of the relevance and consistency of the qualification obtained abroad (and of the entire training course) with the training objectives of the Master. The Didactic Committee may request a further clarification on the motivations of the student to request admission and on his / her training path through a motivation letter. An interview may also be required, in English, to be held in video-conference. Further criteria for admission and pre-qualification are specified in paragraphs 5-11 of art. 3 of the Teaching Regulations.