HOW TO APPLY TO BACHELOR’S

NON-EU PROSPECTIVE STUDENTSEU PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS
The following information is aimed at non-EU citizens residing abroad holding foreign academic qualifications.

In case of dual citizenship,  one being EU, the student will be considered as an EU student.

Are you a non-EU citizen regularly residing in Italy? See the instructions for EU prospective students.

 

WHO CAN APPLY

In order to be eligible to apply for a Bachelor’s programme, you must hold a secondary school qualification awarded after a minimum of 12 years of schooling (overall). Moreover, you must have achieved your qualification after at least 2 years of attendance at the same program.

Are you a student with less than 12 years of schooling? Click here.

All regulations concerning the admission of students holding a foreign degree to Italian Universities are reported in detail in a document issued yearly by the Ministry of University and Research.

Specific language requirements are set for each program.

Make sure that your qualifications match what we are looking for: see the appropriate terms and conditions for offers made in the academic year 2021/2022 here. A selective admission test may be required for some Bachelor degree programs.

In order to apply for a study programme, students must hold an academic title that fulfills the following conditions:

  • be officially recognized as valid for continuation of education;
  • be awarded by an institution that is officially recognized by the Country where the study programme is offered according to local Education laws.

Academic recognition of  foreign titles suitability with the purpose of enrolling in one of the programmes offered by the University of Pavia is carried out by the Admission Office. The recognition process is based on the rules for recognition of academic titles established by the Lisbon Recognition Convention as well as on related laws and manuals.

 

APPLICATION FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 21-22

Applications for studies starting in Autumn 2021 are still open only for a limited number of courses.

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PRE-ENROLLMENT AND VISA REQUEST AT THE ITALIAN EMBASSY/CONSULATE

1. Identify the competent Italian authority in your country:

EU citizens do not need a visa to enter Italy.

Non-EU student residing outside of Italy need to start the online pre-enrollment application in order to request the visa.

To find out whether you need to apply for a study visa (type D) at the Italian Embassy or Consulate in your country of residence, and what documentation you need, follow this link.
Further and detailed information is available here: procedures for entry, residency and enrolment of International students.

2. Submit the pre-enrollment application in due time:

As established by the Ministry of University and Research (MUR), the pre-enrollment request will be submitted online through the platform Universitaly. Consult the guidelines here .

Bear in mind to upload:

  • high school diploma or bachelor degree
  • translation of your documentation in English or Italian
  • passport
  • admission / conditional offer letter

Deadline to submit your pre-enrollment application is 31 August.

If we have not received your pre-enrollment application through the portal, we will not confirm your enrollment at the University.

3. Complete the visa application at the competent Italian authority:

The pre-enrollment for visa application must be completed at the competent diplomatic-consular mission. Check the Embassy/Consulate contacts here.

4. What to do with your visa:

With the visa you are allowed to travel back and forth to Italy.
Remember to upload it in your Student Portal to confirm your enrollment at the University of Pavia.

FIND OUT THE STEPS TO FOLLOW AFTER THE ADMISSION!

The following information is aimed at :
– EU citizens (including Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland) holding foreign academic qualifications;
– non-EU citizens regularly residing in Italy holding foreign academic qualifications;
– Italian citizens holding foreign academic qualifications;
– students holding foreign academic qualifications who have dual citizenship,  one being European.

 

WHO CAN APPLY

In order to be eligible to apply for a Bachelor’s programme, you must hold a secondary school qualification awarded after a minimum of 12 years of schooling (overall). Moreover, you must have achieved your qualification after at least 2 years of attendance of the same education system.

Are you a student with less than 12 years of schooling? Click here.

All regulations concerning the admission of students holding a foreign degree to Italian Universities are reported in detail in a document issued yearly by the Ministry of University and Research. The document containing regulations on admission to the AY 2021/2022 is available here.

Specific language requirements are set for each program.

 

APPLICATION FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 21-22

The applications for studies starting in Autumn 2021 are now open and willl close on 15th June 2021.

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FIND OUT THE STEPS TO FOLLOW AFTER THE ADMISSION!

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