The way you apply for admission to a degree course at UNIMORE depends on whether you are an EU or a non-EU citizen. For some courses it may be necessary to undergo an admission examination, interview or verification of your academic qualifications.
Further information is also available from Informastudenti http://www.international.unimore.it/things.html
Non-EU citizens residing abroad
Non-EU citizens residing abroad must pre- register at the Italian Embassy/Consulate in the country where their diploma was issued (if this is different from the students country of residence). Registration deadlines and detailed instructions regarding the required documentation are established every year by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research www.studiare-in-italia.it/studentistranieri.
Applicants must choose a degree course for which Italian Universities reserve a specific number of places for nonEU citizens, as described in the following website: http://www.studiare-in-italia.it/studentistranieri/elenco2016
For further information please contact the Italian Embassy/Consulate in your country at http://www.esteri.it/mae/en/ministero/laretediplomatica
To enroll at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia non-EU citizens must provide the following documents:
Students holding a university degree are eligible for a second level degree program and must also provide the following:
You must also show a copy of your student visa (a tourist visa is not valid for registration purposes) .
An Italian language test is required for these students only if they will enroll in courses taught in Italian.Non-EU citizens residing abroad will be given an Italian language test, which takes place at the university, usually at the beginning of September (http://www.studiare-in-italia.it/studentistranieri/calendar_AP_16.html). Students will be exempted from this test if they have language certification considered adequate for studying in Italy at the university level.
EU and non-EU citizens residing in Italy
For the purposes of application and admission to a Degree course at UNIMORE, you are considered as Italian citizens and you must present your application directly to the Registrar's Office (Segreteria Studenti) during the following period: July 18th - December 21st (a.y. 2016/17). In case you are a non EU citizen you must show a valid Visa, while a tourist Visa is not acceptable.
The following documents are required:
Students holding a university degree are eligible for a second level degree course and must also provide the following:
If you are an EU or non-EU citizen already in Italy with a Visa, you are not required to take the Italian language test.
Master's Degree courses taught in English Specific Requirements
Starting with the academic year 2016-2017 the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia offers four Master's Degree programs taught entirely in English. Students wishing to enroll on these Master's Degree programs should apply for a preliminary online evaluation.
Master's Degree courses taught in Italian Specific Requirements
Students holding a foreign qualification wishing to enrol on these Master's Degree programs should request a preliminary e-mail evaluation.