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NON-EU Applicants

Non-EU citizens living outside Italy, in addition to the rules and deadlines set by the University of Tor Vergata, must pre-enrol lat the competent Italian Diplomatic Authority in their Country. Students are advised to contact the aforesaid authorities for detailed information.

 

After the pre-enrollment procedures, students must obtain from their Italian Embassy the following documents:

1. The original high school Diploma, legalized and translated in Italian language;

2. the DOV - Declaration of Value of the original high school diploma;

3. any other academic and post-secondary certificates, also legalized and translated;

4. an authenticated passport photo.

5. Study Visa for Italy

IMPORTANT: The deadline of the pre-enrollment procedures is usually at the end of July, every year, but check the deadline for your Embassy! 

> Once in Italy, students have to go to the International Students Office and provide all the requested documents necessary for the enrollment at University of Rome Tor Vergata. The International Students Office will check the regularity of the documents and if the documents requested are not provided or are incomplete, the admission will be invalid.

Check here the criteria for assessing the suitability of foreign qualifications for the admission in the Italian University!

EU Applicants

Eu nationals and EU-equated citizens do not need a Visa to study in Italy.

However, they do need to contact  the competent Italian Diplomatic Authorities for the legal translation and the legalisation of the qualification. All the applicants that have studied in a Non-Italian High School must acquire the original Dichiarazione di Valore (Declaration of Value), which is the official document required for the enrolment in any Italin University.

The EU students can obtain the legalization, the translation and the “Declaration of Value” of your High School Diploma by the Italian Diplomatic Representatives in the Country in which the title has been obtained or by ENIC-NARIC centers. In Italy you can refer to the CIMEA  - Information Centre on Academic Mobility and Equivalence.

Students of "Tor Vergata" University can request the Statement of Comparability through the following link: https://cimea.diplo-me.eu/torvergata/#/auth/login .To get more information, click on "CIMEA - Statement of Comparability" that you can find on this page.

> Once in Italy, students with forein qualification have to go to the International Students Office and provide all the requested documents necessary for the enrollment at University of Rome Tor Vergata. The International Students Office will check the regularity of the documents and if the documents requested are not provided or are incomplete, the admission will be invalid.

Chech here the criteria for assessing the suitability of foreign qualifications for the admission in the Italian University!

CIMEA - Statement of Comparability

Foreign qualification at the time of the enrolment in any Italian University MUST be provided with the related official legalization, translation in italian and Declaration of Value (D.O.V.) issued by the Italian Diplomatic Representative in the Country in which the diploma has been obtained, or with a Statement of Comparability which is a suitable substitute for the above required documents.


For any doubt about the requirements necessary for the enrollment (which are the same for any Italian University), we encourage you to check the Attachments 1 if you have a:

  • Qualification obtaioned at the end of a scholastic period inferior to 12 years
  • USA Qualification
  • British Qualification
  • Greek Qualifications
  • Qualifications issued by Ecclesiastical Universities located in Italy and approved by the Holy See

and Attachments 2 if you have:

  • Italian qualifications obtained from schools in border areas or Italian sections of foreign schools
  • International Baccalaureate Qualification

If you have not requested/obtained yet the Declaration of Value by the Italian Embassy and the translation in italian and legalization of your High school Diploma, you can alternatively refer to the CIMEA in order to obtain the Statement of Comparability.
The Statement of Comparability is issued on the basis of an agreement between CIMEA and the University of Rome Tor Vergata. It is therefore released exclusively to applicants of the University of Rome Tor Vergata and it can be presented exclusively to the University of Rome Tor Vergata authorities.

Instructions to request the Statement of Comparability:

  • Register at the following link https://cimea.diplo-me.eu/torvergata/#/auth/login
  • Activate your account by following the instructions that you will receive by e-mail after the on-line registration
  • Enter again in the system with your email address and password.
  • Click on “Comparability" (on the left side of the screen)
  • Upload the required documents

CIMEA - NARIC Italia will send the original Statement of comparability in PDF both at the email address indicated in the Application form and directly at our University  (to grant us the validity of the qualification itself)  in 15 working days from the acceptance of the request.

For students of Tor Vergata University the cost is only 150 euros (VAT included) for each Statement.

This agreement allows you to save money and time!

- For further information about the service please send an email to unitorvergata@cimea.it

- For additional requests concerning doubts and inquiries on your qualification, please contact our International Student Office (international.students@uniroma2.it)


Obviously, Non-EU students residing abroad will have to go in any case to the Italian Diplomatic Representative in their home Country to obtain the STUDENT VISA for Italy and the ITALIAN FISCAL CODE.

 

Questions to find out if you need a visa for Italy


1. APPLICATION PROCESS


Read carefully our Call For Application and send us your application on the DELPHI SYSTEM!

After the admission you will receive our Acceptance Letter.


2. FILL THE PRE-ENROLMENT FORM 


Present your pre-enrolment application (FORM A) at the Italian Embassy (or Consulte) of the country you live in (only under exceptional circumstances can you contact an Italian Diplomatic Representations in third countries, but in such case the head of the Representation may refuse your application).
When you have completed the pre-enrolment procedures, you will receive an Entry visa for Italy for study purposes.

Please Note: EACH ITALIAN DIPLOMATIC REPRESENTATION all over the World has its own deadline to submit pre-enrollment application!


3. GATHER THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS AND GO TO DIPLOMATIC AUTHORITY


You have to take an appointment with an Italian Diplomatic Authority in your Country (Embassy or Consulate) and go there with the following document:

1. Two original copy of the pre-enrolment Form (Form A) duly completed;

2. The High-school Diploma already legalized by the relevant authority of the country where it was issued or with Apostille stamp (if applicable), and officially translated into Italian;


TRANSLATION AND LEGALIZATION OF QUALIFICATIONS AND OTHER DOCUMENTS

Qualifications, certificates and syllabi must be submitted along with an official Italian translation. The translation must be completed according to the rules set by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MAECI).

Qualifications and certificates must be legalized by the Italian Embassy in order to guarantee their authenticity. If the country where the qualification was obtained is party to the Hague Convention (1961), you must have an Apostille affixed to your documents by the competent authorities, in the place of legalization. Check the list of the competent authorities for each country.


3. The certificate attesting the completion of academic studies or a post-secondary qualification issued by a non-university higher education institute (only if the education system in your country lasts 10 or 11 years) with the list of all the exams you passed;
4. The certificate proving that you have passed the University selection process (The Acceptance Letter);
5. Two passport – sized photographs, one of which shall be signed.

Some Italian Diplomatic Authorities could ask you for a Legal Italian translation of the above-mentioned documents.


4. GET YOUR FORMALIZED DOCUMENTS


The Italian authority should now issue the following documents:

1. your original high school diploma, legalized and translated in Italian language;

2. the DOV - Declaration of Value of your original high school diploma;

3. any other academic and post-secondary certificates, also legalized and translated;

4. an authenticated passport photo.

Now send us by e-mail to  a scanned version of your DoV, your original high school diploma and any other academic and post-secondary certificates legalized and translated in Italian language.


5. APPLY FOR STUDY VISA 


To obtain the Study Visa, you will have to prove to the Italian Authorities to have some requirements:

  • INCOME – You have to possess sufficient Economic Means (amounting to Euro 457,99 per month for the whole academic years -  € 5953,87 per year). The students can provide evidence of having personal financial resources, or show that they are financially secured by third parties. Usually, we accept the economic guarantees provided by the Italian institutions of established credit, or foreign governments, or foreign institutions considered reliable by the competent Italian Diplomatic Representation;
  • ACCOMODATION - You could have adequate accommodation in Italy;
  • HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE for emergencies and urgent hospitalisation;
  • RETURN WARRANTY – you must demonstrated the availability of the amount required for repatriation; you can demonstrated this with an opened return ticket (usable at any time).

You can get more information about the Visa for Italy at this following link: http://vistoperitalia.esteri.it/home/it


Moreover, in order to simplify the bureaucratic procedures at the time of your arrival in Italy, please request to the Embassy also the issuing of the official “ITALIAN FISCAL CODE”.