Final qualifications for post-secondary studies in a subject related to the chosen programme obtained from a non-university higher education institute may be acceptable for integrating school education paths of less than 12 years. Certificates from universities regarding the successful completion of Foundation Courses may also be accepted. Suppose you hold a qualification obtained from less than two years of attendance with positive results in a foreign educational system (i.e. during mobility abroad during the fourth year of the Italian Secondary School). In that case, you may be allowed to take the degree programme entrance exams conditionally. The suitability of such qualifications for admission is assessed individually based on the consistency of the whole educational path with the chosen degree programme.
Specific regulations also exist concerning USA QUALIFICATION (American High School Diploma), BRITISH QUALIFICATION, Greek qualifications and qualifications issued by Ecclesiastical universities located in Italy and approved by the Holy See > Allegato1
For more information on the validity of Italian qualifications obtained from schools in border areas or Italian sections of foreign schools, INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE QUALIFICATION, qualifications issued from the Republic of San Marino, qualifications obtained from foreign schools in Italy or European schools consult > Allegato2
YOU CAN CONTACT THE INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS OFFICE (email@example.com) FOR ANY DOUBT CONCERNING THE SUITABILITY OF YOUR QUALIFICATIONS.
The assessment of the suitability does not involve the authenticity or the actual achievement of the qualification, which will be checked when you will bring the original papers to the International Students Office (if you are a Non-EU students) or to our Student Administration Office (if you are an EU students).
All foreign Diplomas must be related by the DECLARATION OF VALUE issued by the Italian Diplomatic Representative of your Country or by the attestation issued by ENIC-NARIC Centers (In Italy, you can consult the CIMEA website).