non EU citizen resident in Italy

If you are a NON EU CITIZEN  resident in Italy (i.e. not subject to visa) you can enroll directly in an Italian university 

1) if you are legally resident in Italy and you have an Italian High School Diploma (Diploma di maturità)
2) if you  have a residence permit for

  1. EU long-term residents (formerly residence card)
  2. valid residence permit for work,
  3. family reunion,
  4. asylum, 
  5. subsidiary protection,
  6. humanitarian or religious reasons

OR

  • if you have been awarded by the Italian state or by a private or international school operating in Italy or abroad, subject to bilateral agreements or special regulations for the recognition of qualifications.

To be eligible for enrollment you  must have:

For Bachelor Degree- Laurea  (1st cycle Degree )

  • High-school diploma) that satisfies the requirements for access to university education, i.e. conferred on completion of a minimum of 12 years of education
  • Certificate of academic eligibility if required by you home country  (ex. for Chinese students GAOKAO certificate (min. score 380),for Greek students VEVEOSI PROSVASIS)

In order to finalize your enrollment, you must present the ORIGINALS of the following documents at the Student Registry. Failure to present even one of the required documents can lead to rejection of your enrollment.

  • Document of identity (ID or passport)
  • The original High -school diploma and its legal translation with the official stamps of the Italian diplomatic authority (Embassy or Consulate)
  • “Dichiarazione di valore” document (Declaration of Validity).issued by the Italian diplomatic authority in the country where the diploma was awarded, in which it is specified that the Diploma  has been conferred on completion of a minimum of 12 years of education.
  • It is important to note that you will receive a username and password for all UNICAM services upon your arrival, but that your username will only be activated by the Student Registry when your enrollment process has been finalised

For Master  Degree- Laurea Magistrale (2nd cycle Degree )

  • Bachelor Degree that satisfies the requirements for access to University Master Degree courses
  • List of subjects studied (transcript of records with grades obtained)
  • Course Syllabus outlines or Diploma Supplement in Italian or English

In order to confirm enrolment, you must produce the ORIGINALS of the following documents at the Student Registry. Failure to present even one of the required documents acan lead to rejection of your enrollment.

  • Document of identity (ID or passport)
  • the original Bachelor Degree, translated into Italian with the official stamps by the Italian diplomatic authority (Embassy or Consulate)
  • the original list of subjects studied (transcript of records with grades obtained) translated and validated with the official stamps by the Italian diplomatic authority (Embassy or Consulate)
  •  “Dichiarazione di valore” document (Declaration of Validity).issued by the Italian diplomatic authority in the country where the degree was awarded, in which it is specified that the High-School Diploma has been conferred on completion of a minimum of 12 years of education and that the Bachelor Degree  satisfies the requirements for access to Master Degree courses in Italian universities.
  • Course Syllabus outlines or Diploma Supplement in Italian or English

It is important to note that you will receive a username and password for all UNICAM services upon your arrival, but that your username will only be activated by the Student Registry when your enrollment process has been finalised

IMPORTANT

For courses taught in English, it is recommended that International students produce an International English Language Certificate preferably at level B2 (Independent User) of the Common European Framework of Reference for Language Learning and Teaching.

For courses taught in Italian, before matriculation, International students must prove their competence in Italian. They are normally asked to sit for an exam (usually held at the Italian University in September). However they may also meet the language requirement by submitting documentary evidence of already having competence in Italian.