After Admission

NON EU Prospective StudentsEU Prospective Students
ITALIAN LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT

Non-EU prospective students residing abroad who have applied to an Italian-taught program must sit the Italian Admission Test.

The test is provided by CISIA in collaboration with the University of Pavia, it will be held on July 7th, 2022 and Septemebr 15th, 2022 . Test modality and eligibility scores will be published soon.

The following categories of students are exempted from the Italian language examination as explained in the official directives published by the Italian goverment.
1. Students who have applied to a degree program taught in English;
2. Students who have a B2 Italian language proficiency certificate, or upper level, issued by CILS, CELI, ROMA3 or PLIDA awarded as determined by the CLIQ (Italian Quality Language Certification) quality system, Università per stranieri “Dante Alighieri” di Reggio Calabria or affiliated Istituti Italiani di Cultura abroad.

ENTRANCE TESTS

Candidates enrolling in a bachelor degree programme are requested to sit for a :
Selective entrance testList of bachelor courses with a selective entrance test.
or
Background assessment testList of bachelor courses with a background assessment test. Non-selective assessment test which can consist of a TOLC provided by CISIA, related to the course field, or a test organized by the Department. In the event of test failure, it will still be possible to enroll with educational debts (O.F.A.), a gap that can be filled in with additional courses or exams.

Check whether you must sit for an entrance test or a background assessment test!

Prospective students from a country where the equivalent degree course does not require a compulsory admission test are exempted from the background assessment test.

Updated information on the Academic year 2022/23 will be available soon.

ENROLLMENT

Admitted students can finally proceed to the on-line enrollment by registering in the Student Portal (Area Riservata). While enrolling please enter the expiration date of your study visa in the field “permit of stay”. Always remember to check the deadline of online enrollment which can be found in the call for applications of the course.

Before getting started, prepare the following documents:

  • a passport size photo in JPEG;
  • a copy of passport in PDF or JPEG;
  • a copy of Italian tax code in PDF or JPEG;
  • a copy of Italian visa for study in PDF or JPEG if applicable.

Then enter the Student Portal (Area Riservata) with your fiscal code and the password assigned by the system, click on the Enrollment section and start your on-line enrollment. Follow the indications to fill in the enrollment request with your personal information and upload the above-mentioned documents as required by the system.

Once your on-line enrollment has been completed correctly, the system will generate a receipt of enrollment. After that, you will be able to proceed with the payment of the first installment (156 euros) through the PagoPA system, both online and offline. Check here for payment instructions.

FINALIZE YOUR ENROLLMENT

In order to finalize their enrollment, students must send scans of the following documents to Admission Office (admission@unipv.it):

a. Students enrolling in a bachelor degree program:

  • high school diploma (original copy, certified copy or replacement certificate) translated into Italian and legalized by the Italian embassy/consulate or apostilled;
  • DOV(Dichiarazione di valore) OR CIMEA Statement of comparability.

b. Students enrolling in a master degree program:

  • bachelor degree diploma (original copy, certified copy or replacement certificate) translated into Italian and legalized by the Italian embassy/consulate or apostilled. In case the document is issued in English language by the home university, no translation is needed.
  • DOV(Dichiarazione di valore) OR CIMEA Statement of comparability OR Diploma Supplement.

Apostille is only available for the signatory countries to the Hague Convention.

Legalization of documents is not required for Belgium, Denmark, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, France, Ireland (European Convention of Brussels 1987) and Germany (Italo-German Convention 1969).

 

After enrollment, submit a copy of your visa and permit of stay (or a proof of appointment) to the Admission Office (admission@unipv.it).

Documentation must be completed by the following deadlines or students will incur penalties:

  • Documents not submitted by June 1, 2022: the student’s academic career will be frozen;
  • Documents not submitted by September 30, 2022: the student will be forced to enroll as a “first-year repeating student”;
  • Documents not submitted by December 31, 2022: the student’s academic career will be terminated

In case the Italian embassy/consulate or CIMEA delays issuing the relevant documents, students will be asked to fill in and sign a self-certification in order to finalize the enrollment.

REASSIGNMENT

Students who fail to be admitted, due to the position in the ranking of the course they pre-enrolled in, can request a reassignment. The reassignment can be made:
1. to another course of the University of Pavia (provided that the student is eligible for that course in his/her original country as specified on the DOV);
2. to the same course or in another course offered by other universities; in this case, the student needs to contact the other university for details.

Students failing to access another university’s course can ask for the reassignment to an available course at University of Pavia. Please send the request along with the DOV to Admission Office in order to get a pre-evaluation. Based on the pre-evaluation, they will let you know if you are eligible, if they need additional documents and which procedure you should follow in order to be reassigned to University of Pavia.

Check the DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR YOUR STAY in Pavia!

ENTRANCE TESTS

Candidates enrolling in a bachelor degree programme are requested to sit for a :
Selective entrance testList of bachelor courses with a selective entrance test.
or
Background assessment testList of bachelor courses with a background assessment test. Non-selective assessment test which can consist of a TOLC provided by CISIA, related to the course field, or a test organized by the Department. In the event of test failure, it will still be possible to enroll with educational debts (O.F.A.), a gap that can be filled in with additional courses or exams.

ENROLLMENT

Admitted students can finally proceed to the on-line enrollment registering in the Student Portal. Always remember to check the dealine for on-line enrollment which can be found in the call for applicants of the course.

Before getting it started, prepare the following documents:
1. a passport size photo in JPEG
2. a copy of passport in PDF or JPEG
3. a copy of Italian fiscal code in PDF or JPEG
4. a copy of Italian permit of stay/receipt of application in PDF or JPEG if applicable

Then enter the Student Portal (Area Riservata) with your fiscal code and the password assigned by the system, go to the Enrollment section and start your on-line enrollment. Follow the indications to fill in the enrollment request with your personal information and upload the above-mentioned documents as required by the system.

Once your on-line enrollment has been completed correctly, the system will generate a receipt of enrollment. After that, you will be able to proceed with the payment of the first installment (156 euros) through the PagoPA system, both on-line and off-line. Check here for payment instructions.

FINALIZE YOUR ENROLLMENT

In order to finalize their enrollment, students must send scans of the following documents to Admission Office (admission@unipv.it):

a. Students enrolling in a bachelor degree program:

  • high school diploma (original copy, certified copy or replacement certificate) translated into Italian and legalized by the Italian embassy/consulate or apostilled;
  • DOV(Dichiarazione di valore) OR CIMEA Statement of comparability.

b. Students enrolling in a master degree program:

  • bachelor degree diploma (original copy, certified copy or replacement certificate) translated into Italian and legalized by the Italian embassy/consulate or apostilled. In case the document is issued in English language by the home university, no translation is needed.
  • DOV(Dichiarazione di valore) OR CIMEA Statement of comparability OR Diploma Supplement.

 

Apostille is only available for the signatory countries to the Hague Convention.

Legalization of documents is not required for Belgium, Denmark, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, France, Ireland (European Convention of Brussels 1987) and Germany (Italo-German Convention 1969).

Documentation must be completed by the following deadlines or students will incur penalties:

  • Documents not available by June 1, 2022: the student’s academic career will be frozen;
  • Documents not available by September 30, 2022: the student will be forced to enroll as a “first-year repeating student”;
  • Documents not available by December 31, 2022: the student’s academic career will be terminated

In case the Italian embassy/consulate or CIMEA delays issuing the relevant documents, students will be asked to fill in and sign a self-certification in order to finalize the enrollment.

Check the DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR YOUR STAY in Pavia!

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