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Assessment of personal competences and skills

Assessment of the adequacy of the applicants' prior preparation

Admission to the Programme shall be granted on condition the prior preparation is considered satisfactory.

  1. For students holding a first cycle-degree, the adequacy of the academic preparation is met by the following requirement, which must be held according to the deadlines, rules and regulations set out yearly by the relevant University’s Office:

Graduation mark no lower than 94/110. - Graduation mark no lower than 94/110.

Only for graduates until the AY 2021/2022, the adequacy of the academic preparation is met by one of the following requirements:

  •  Graduation mark no lower 94/110

or

  • having complied with all the following requirements:
  •  - At least 42 ECTS in the SSD ING-IND/13, ING-IND/32, ING-INF/04;
  •  - At least 30 ECTS in the SSD ING-INF/01, ING-INF/04, ING-INF/05;

 - At least 24 ECTS in the SSD MAT/07, ING-IND/14, ING-IND/31, ING-IND/35.

2. For graduating students, the adequacy of the academic preparation is met by both the following requirements, which must be held according to the deadlines, rules and regulations set out yearly by the relevant University’s Office:

  • Having earned at least 153 ECTS to which a mark has been given (i.e. not pass/fail exam)

     as well as

Having a CPGA no lower than 26/30.

For graduating students until A.Y. 2021/2022, the adequacy of the academic preparation is met by one of the following requirements, which must be held according to the deadlines, rules and regulations set out yearly by the relevant University’s Office:

  • Having earned at least 153 ECTS to which a mark has been given (i.e. not Pass/Fail exam) and having a CPGA no lower than 26/30.
  • Having earned at least 153 ECTS to which a mark has been given (i.e. not Pass/Fail exam) and having complied with all the following requirements:

- At least 42 ECTS in the SSD ING-IND/13, ING-IND/32, ING-INF/04;

- At least 30 ECTS in the SSD ING-INF/01, ING-INF/04, ING-INF/05;

- At least 24 ECTS in the SSD MAT/07, ING-IND/14, ING-IND/31, ING-IND/35.

 

Criteria set forth in this paragraph shall also be applicable to those holding a foreign qualification, as long as it is deemed adequate by the Degree Evaluation Board and the following conditions are met:

  • The graduation mark/CGPA can be converted into a 110-scale base (final mark’s scale in the Italian Higher Education System), or a 30 scaled-base for graduating students.
  • Each exam can be associated with a scientific field and a credit system (similar to the ECTS scale).

 

However, if the applicant’s foreign qualification is not comparable to the Italian Higher Education System, the Degree Evaluation Board will assess the transcript of records and evaluate the adequacy of the applicant’s preparation on a case-by-case basis.

 

Should the aforementioned conditions be not fulfilled (fully or in part), the academic preparation is not considered adequate. Nevertheless - under extraordinary and duly proven circumstances - the Degree Evaluation Board may embark on a case-by-case evaluation, which will be however based on the graduation mark/CGPA and the academic records.

Such a case-by-case evaluation will result in an irrevocable decision concerning the admission to the Programme.

 

Regarding language skills, the adequacy of personal preparation for admission to the Programme also includes knowledge of English at level B-2 or higher (according to the CEFR). The verification is deemed to be satisfied for students with appropriate linguistic certification (such as TOEFL, IELTS, FCE, Cambridge Esol) or with curricular “idoneità linguistica” at least B2 level.

Such a certification constitutes a compulsory admission requirement and must be enclosed to the application, in order to be assessed by the Degree Evaluation Board.