For admission to the Double Degree Program, the partner universities agree to fix a minimum mark attained in the first-cycle study program (180 ECTS) and/or other enrolment conditions to ensure that only qualified students will be admitted.
All candidates for the Master’s course must take an admission test in accordance with regulations stipulated by the Department of Engineering and Architecture. To take the test, candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree in the L-8 (IT Engineering), L-9 (industrial Engineering) or L-7 (Civil and Environmental Engineering) classes, as per ex D.M. 270/04. For graduates with other or foreign degrees, entry requirements and any additional credits required for admission to the test will be decided by a special degree course commission (as stipulated in the Department’s Teaching Regulations).
In addition, the two partner universities have agreed that students must have a level of English of at least B2 (CEFR) or have acquired at least 6 further CFU in English language courses
Candidates will attend for interview to check documentation and compile an admission list for a total of 20 places, of which 8 are reserved for non-EU candidates.
The whole procedure is governed by a special call.
You can find the entire process for Admission following the link