2020/2021 admission call deadlines
|31 May 2020||
|30 September 2020||
The admission procedure consists of an online application to be completed with all required information and documents by the set deadlines (see deadlines section). Neither paper applications nor incomplete applications will be considered.
The Admission Board may invite applicants to an interview that will be done via skype for applicants living abroad.
Before starting the online application, candidates are required to carefully check the admission requirements (see admission requirements section) in order to match their academic background and English knowledge with the eligibility criteria of the Master of Science in Business Administration.
Only candidates who successfully complete the online application - attaching all the required documents (pdf format) - and pay the application fee by the specified deadlines and conditions (payment validation) are admitted to the selection procedure. Canditates who will miss one of the previous steps will not be taken into consideration.
The application fee is € 30,00 and is not refundable.
IMPORTANT: At the end of the assessment procedure, the system will generate a pdf file including the payment receipt with all the information you will be required to provide in order to complete the payment. You must keep with care these information and then validate the payment in order to be evaluated by the Committe.
ACCEPTED PAYMENT METHODS: credit cards
Candidates will be notified of the Admission Board's decision by e-mail within one month after the application completion and payment validation.
PLEASE NOTE: it is under candidates’ responsibility to verify that all compulsory documents are properly uploaded online.
Non-EU applicants deadline: 31 May 2020
General Admission Process: Selection is based on academic standing, CV, level of knowledge of English language.
1. A three-year undergraduate degree, with a grade above 80% for international degrees and a grade above 88/110 for Italian degrees, belonging to the course classes (according to the Italian Ministerial Decree D.M. 270/04):
L-16 Administration and Organisation Sciences L-18 Economics and Management L-33 Economics Or an equivalent Italian qualification running under the previous degree programme system or any other qualification issued by a non-Italian University, deemed valid. The Admission Committee will evaluate the correspondence between the international degree and the Italian course classes.
For undergraduate degrees not belonging to the course classes mentioned above or not considered equivalent, the student must have obtained, by the date of the application, a total amount of 48 ECTS credits in the specific scientific-disciplinary sectors (SDS) such as:
Business SDS (at least 12 ECTS credits)
Economics SDS (at least 12 ECTS credits)
SECS-P/07 Business Administration
SECS-P/08 Economics and Management
SECS-P/09 Corporate Finance
SECS-P/10 Business organization
SECS-P/11 Financial Institutions Management
SECS-P/01 Political Economics
SECS-P/02 Economic Politics
SECS-P/03 Public Finance
SECS-P/06 Applied Economics
SECS-P/12 Economic History
Law SDS (at least 6 ECTS credits)
Mathematics-Statistics SDS (at least 6 ECTS credits)
IUS/01 Private Law
IUS/04 Commercial Law
IUS/05 Economic Law
IUS/07 Labour Law
IUS/09 Institutions of Public Law
IUS/10 Administrative Law
IUS/12 Tax Law
IUS/13 International Law
IUS/14 European Union Law
IUS/15 Civil Procedural Law
MAT/09 Applied Research
SECS-S/03 Economic Statistics
SECS-S/06 Actuarial and Financial Mathematical Methods
For international undergraduate degrees the Admission Committee will evaluate the correspondence between the Italian scientific-disciplinary sectors mentioned above and the disciplinary field of exams taken in the non-Italian University.
Candidates do not need to be graduated before the application deadline, however:
- non-EU candidates must be graduated before starting the pre-enrolment procedure at the Italian diplomatic Authorities;
- EU candidates may graduate by September in order to join the programme
2. Certified knowledge of the English language at B2 level (Common European Framework)
Students will be evaluated by the Admission Board only when they have filled in the on-line application form and uploaded all the documents listed below (pdf format), after the application fee payment and validation:
English language certificate at B2 level and/or medium of instruction certificate related to the undergraduate degree issued by the home university.
The deadline for EU and EU-equated applicants to present the English certificate is September 30th. Other applicants have to present the certificate upon completion of their application form.
in Italian or in English, including a list of the completed exams and marks in the undergraduate degree. Please include a table explaining the grading system used by the home university which indicates the minimum and maximum achievable scores.
In addition to these documents, candidates may decide to upload a motivational letter as well as a reference letter.
Once the application is complete, the application fee payed and validated, the Admission Board will evaluate it within 4 weeks and the candidate will be notified by email on the results.
The selected applicants will receive the Formal Acceptance Letter.
Tor Vergata students, who are yet to graduate, can provide a screenshot of the Delphi page including the total list of completed exams and the GPA average (media voti).
Tor Vergata Graduates can either request the Segreteria Studenti to provide them with the "Certificato di Laurea per uso ufficio" or provide a self-certification (autocertificazione) including the list of exams.