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Call for Application - B.Sc. in Business Administration & Economics

Applications for the a.y. 2021/2022 are still closed!

 

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration & Economics (BAE) requires a mandatory and selective admission test (ENGLISH TOLC-E).

The following criteria will be added to the score of the ENGLISH TOLC-E test:

  • Up to a maximum of 10 points for the evaluation of the CV submitted (Europass format CV);
  • An additional 4 points to holders of SAT (with a score equal to or greater than 1040/1600) or ACT (with a score equal to or greater than 23/36) certificates.

These documents must be uploaded in our DELPHI system, during the registration procedure. 

Detailed and complete information on the admission and enrollment procedures to the Degree Course will be available in the Call for application (when published).

All applicants are invited to read the Call for application carefully, to respect all the deadlines and indications provided by the same and, in case of doubt, to promptly contact our admission office (bae@economia.uniroma2.it).

For the academic year 2021/2022 three rounds of selection are scheduled: March, July and September.

The admission procedure and subsequent enrolmeent of the winners includes the following steps, both MANDATORY:

  • Enrollment to the ENGLISH TOLC-E test, directly from the CISIA website, and taking the test according to the delivery methods established by CISIA - click here to learn what the ENGLISH TOLC-E is - the TOLC-E can be taken in university classrooms (TOLC at the university) or at home in the TOLC@CASA mode (created for the national health emergency covid-19);
  • Registration through the DELPHI website following the directions in the Call. This registration does not include further tests but is essential in order to upload the required documents and be included in the merit list based on the score obtained in the TOLC-E and the criteria indicated in the Call.

Eligibility criteria

All students who already obtained, or will obtain a high school diploma (maturità) by July 2021 can apply.

  • 12 years of educationPlease check all the information in Attachment 1 and Attachment 2.
  • Knowledge of English language;
  • To successfully pass the admission procedure. 

We will admit a maximum of 200 students to the programme, of which 55 NON-EU students residing abroad.

Steps of selection

To access to this bachelor, it is necessary to take the CISIA admission test (ENGLISH TOLC-E/TOLC@CASA). 

  • 1st step: Enrolment to the ENGLISH TOLC-E test; 
  • 2nd step: Application in DELPHI, with these documents to upload: CV - Europass format, SAT (not mandatory) and ACT (not mandatory). 

1. ENGLISH TOLC-E

The CISIA Online Test (TOLC) is required to apply to many restricted-access degree programmes and is also used by some open-access degree programmes to assess basic knowledge in order to assign Additional Learning Requirements if need be. 

In response to the current health emergency, starting from the month of May 2020CISIA will provide TOLC@CASA home tests to allow students to take TOLCs without leaving their homes.

TOLC@CASA tests are provided to individual students through the CISIA platform using tools and technology that allow to create secure and controlled virtual classrooms in which candidates can be reliably identified and carry out their tests autonomously. Virtual classrooms are created and managed by universities in collaboration with CISIA. Information and instructions on the equipment required to take TOLC@CASA tests can be found on the CISIA website.


What is the ENGLISH TOLC-E?


The CISIA Online Test (TOLC-E) is an orientation tool used to assess your initial abilities. 

This individual test, different for each participant, comprises questions that are selected automatically, at random, from the CISIA TOLC database by software developed and administered by CISIA - Consorzio Interuniversitario Sistemi Integrati per l'Accesso (Consortium of Inter-University Integrated Access Systems).

ENGLISH TOLC-E consists of 36 questions divided into 3 sections. The sections are Mathematics, Logic, Reading Comprehension. More information in here.


Where and when to take the ENGLISH TOLC-E


Look at the website of the CISIA and get the news about where and when to take the test, you can take the test in any date or city available on CISIA website, as long as it is English TOLC-E (TOLC@CASA).

2. COMPLETE YOUR APPLICATION THROUGH DELPHI SYSTEM

In order to be included in the ranking, in addition to taking and passing the ENGLISH TOLC-E, it is necessary to submit the application to participate in the selection by connecting to the DELPHI system: http://delphi.uniroma2.it within the deadline specified in the Call for application for each selection in which you intend to participate.

During this application, student must upload the CV - Europass Format, SAT and ACT (these two are not mandatory). 

  • CV will be evaluated up to a maximum of 10 points;
  • An additional 4 points to holders of SAT (with a score equal to or greater than 1040/1600) or ACT (with a score equal to or greater than 23/36) certificates.

It is possible to apply to the selection even before having taken the ENGLISH TOLC-E provided that the test is taken by the deadline for the selection in which you intend to participate.

ATTENTION.

  • The call for admission provides for 3 rounds of selection. Check the rules and deadlines for each round because the deadlines are different.
  • The application in DELPHI does not include further tests but is essential in order to upload the required documents and be included in the merit list based on the score obtained in the TOLC-E and the criteria indicated in the Call.
  • It is absolutely essential to validate the application form in order to complete the procedure and be considered in the selection.
  • Keep the protocol number assigned at the time of validation of the registration to the selection with which you can view your position in the final ranking of the selection.

 

Deadlines

We will provide three rounds of selections:

  • 1st: from end of January to end of March;
  • 2nd: from mid-April to mid-July;
  • 3rd: from August to beginning of September.

Our Tuition Fees

All the information about tuition fees are available in here.

For any further information about our admission process, please contact: bae@economia.uniroma2.it