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Frequently Asked Questions

    What qualifications are required to apply?

You need a first cycle degree (bachelor’s degree or Laurea Triennale) with the cv requirements as deliberated by the School of Economics, Management and Statistics - Rimini. All students have to apply online, as described in the call for applications.

What are the application deadlines?

Students are invited to apply as early as possible, starting from January. An appointed evaluating board will examine the applications (including the transcript of records, CV, letter of motivation, language certification) on a first-come first-serve basis. Deadlines are available on the call for applications.

What is the enrollment fee for the program?

About 2.500 euros per academic year. The exact amount will be updated every year around March/April. Partial exemptions or allowances are granted for low-income students and for foreign students. 

What kinds of financial aid are available?

Several scholarships and tuition fee waivers are available for the academic year 2016/2017. Please, check here for more details.

How are lectures organized and where will they take place?

Lectures are organized in two semester each year and take place in Rimini, at the School of Economics, Management and Statistics - Rimini. The Academic calendar for 2016/2017 can be found here.

What is the required level of English Language skills?

A working knowledge of the English language at the B2 level is required, since lectures and exams are held in English. As there are many international tests recognised to assess the level of English, this page might be of help.

How about Italian language?

Knowledge of the Italian language is not required, but students with a poor knowledge of Italian are advised to independently improve it, in order to fully grasp the living experience in Rimini. The language centre of the University (CLA) provides free courses of Italian and online tutorship for foreign students. More information on CLA .

How long does it take to complete the programme?

Two years. The best students can graduate within 18 months.

What Degrees are acceptable from non-Italian Universities?

First cycle degree or equivalent bachelor level achieved in any subject, awarded by an Italian or an accredited foreign university or university-level institution. This qualification shall grant access to 2nd cycle courses/ post graduate level.

How do I submit official transcript information from a non-Italian University?

The transcript of records and all details about your degree must be translated and certified into Italian. Non-European Union citizens domiciled abroad must submit a pre-enrolment through the Italian Embassy / Consulate before the deadline set by Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. For further details please contact the International Desk of the Campus of Rimini: campusrimini.internationaldesk@unibo.it 

What if my transcript is not in English?

You need an official translation of your documents into the Italian language, with the exception of the course programmes, which can be written also in English, French, Spanish or German.

What if my contact information changes?

You have to notify any contact information changes to the Students Administration Office.

 

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