Complete the pre-selection application at: https://www.uniroma1.it/en/pagina/international-admissions-0 .
Courses catalogue (Bachelors Degrees 3 YEARS 180 ECTS - Masters Degrees 2 YEARS 120 ECTS) can be consulted at the following link (to be updated for 2019-2020): https://corsidilaurea.uniroma1.it/en
0. Entry requirements
1) Good proficiency in English language (we need one of the following certificates: IELTS, TOEFL, Cambridge, Trinity College or TOEIC.
Minimum score or grade
Preliminary (with Distinction)
You are exempted from the certificate:
- If you come from an English-speaking country
- If the English language is the official language of your country and/or the medium of instruction of your previous course of study/educational institution.
2) During your bachelors programme you must have taken at least one or two exams in Economics
3) During your bachelors programme you must have taken at least one or two exams in Law
4) During your bachelors programme you must have taken at least one or two exams in Social Sciences
1. Apply for the pre-selection
Opening: November 2018
Deadline for non-EU students: 30 April 2019
Deadline for EU Students: 11 September 2019 ( to be confirmed)
Our Assessment Commission evaluates your previous university career. If you will be admitted, you will receive an invitation letter. Passing through this assessment procedure is useful because you can know in advance if you will be admitted when the official assessment procedure will start in mid-July 2019.
1.1. Apply for the pre-enrolment at the Italian Embassy/Consulate
Non-EU students residing abroad must apply for the pre-enrolment procedure to the Italian Embassy or Consulate in your country of residence.
It is a separate procedure, disconnected with the Sapienza pre-selection application.
2. Prepare your documents (for all citizens with foreign academic titles)
Candidates applying to a Master’s Degree Programme must possess a university degree (or equivalent post-secondary academic title). It must be translated and then officially legalised by an Italian Consulate or Embassy that will also issue a Declaration of Value.
- Certified copy of your high school diploma (translated, legalized and accompanied by a Declaration of Value (Dichiarazione di Valore) issued by an Italian Consulate or Embassy in the country where the title was issued;
- One certified photocopy and one simple photocopy of your University Degree (translated, legalised and with a Declaration of Value, as above);
- One certified photocopy and one simple photocopy of your Academic Transcript issued by your university and listing all exams taken (translated and legalized by an Italian Consulate or Embassy in the country where the title was issued);
- One photocopy (in the original language) of the detailed university study plan for each single subject together with the total number of hours required (theory and practice) to obtain the degree;
- Copy of your ID (Identity Card) or Passport
- Copy of Residence Permit and Reasons for issue. If you are renewing your residence permit, you will need a photocopy of your expired residence permit and the post office receipt for your renewal application. (ONLY for Non-EU Citizens);
- Copy of your Study Visa. (ONLY for non-EU Citizens residing abroad).
Please note: Applications lacking any of these documents will be rejected.
EU students and EU equivalent students may replace the Declaration of Value with the Diploma Supplement for academic qualifications issued by institutes in the European Higher Education Area (Bologna Process) and self-certify their qualifications and the exams they have passed.
3. Register on InfoStud
Go to: https://www.uniroma1.it/en/pagina/infostud-platform
After having completed the registration, you will receive an e-mail of confirmation at your e-mail address.
5. Apply for the official assessment.
Starting from mid-July 2019, all the admitted students MUST apply for the official assessment (Verifica dei Requisiti).
The official assessment is just a repetition of the pre-selection assessment, but it takes into account your translated and legalised documents that you will deliver us when you will be in Italy in September.
Fee amount: 10 euro
Final deadline: 10 December 2019 (to be confirmed)
WARNING! When you will print the payment form relating to the official assessment, please, pay attention to the expiration date (scadenza pagamento). If you will not pay by the due date, you will have to repeat the procedure.
You can pay by going to any branch of UniCredit bank. The nearest is inside the Città universitaria campus. Otherwise, you could do so by making the payment online by using Visa, Mastercard or Diners. Click here(link is external)(link is external).
6. Deliver personally your documents
When you will be in Rome in September, go to the International Office (Segreteria Studenti con Titolo Straniero) with all your documents and the Verifica dei Requisiti payment receipt. Therefore, take with you both the originals and copies of your High School and Bachelor’s degree certificates.
The office is at Piazzale Aldo Moro (Città Universitaria), 5 - 00185 - Roma
Palazzo Servizi Generali - Stairway C - 2nd floor
Receiving days and hours: Monday/Wednesday/Friday 8:30 am - 12 am;
Tuesday/Thursday 2:30 - 4.30 pm
Director: Micaela Lepore
E-mail: International Admissions Office: email@example.com(link sends e-mail)
You can contact them by Skype during the receiving days and hours!
The International Office (Segreteria Studenti con Titolo Straniero) will check the authenticity and the validity of your documents and then the officer will give you the payment form to complete the enrolment.
7. Complete the enrolment
You can pay your tuition fees by going to any branch of UniCredit bank or you could do so by making the payment online by using Visa, Mastercard or Diners. Click here(link is external)(link is external).
Deadline: 15 January 2020 (to be confirmed)
After payment, you will be officially enrolled!