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Programme enrolment: requirements, deadlines and methods

General information on admission requirements
Admittance to the second cycle degree course depends on the candidate's having the default curricular requirements, including a knowledge of English… Read more

I-CONTACT Call for Application

Application are currently closed. The next admission cycle will start in March 2021. 

Please note that we are amending the Programme’s structure and admission criteria and we are designing new crash courses for the students who will enrol in the a.y. 2021/22 ! Get in touch with the Programme Coordinators for further information!

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The Second Cycle/Master Degree International Cooperation On humaN righTs And interCultural heriTage (I-CONTACT) is a 2-years master degree  taught entirely in English. It is an open-access degree with minimum entry requirements, English B2 level, assessment of Academic background, and personal competencies.

  1. Available places
  2. Selection of the pathway: Curriculum A or B
  3. Minimum entry requirements
  4. How to apply
  5. Communication of the outcomes of the selection procedures
  6. Enrolling with a foreign qualification
  7. Tuition fees and study grants and subsidies
  8. Enrolment
  9. Visa and Immigration procedures
  10. Welcoming and Italian Language courses
  11. COVID-19 Emergency

1. Available places

There is no limited number of students, except for non-EU citizens (maximum available places for NON-EU students for the A.Y. 2020/2021 has been 45).

All applicants will be assessed equally in relation to the requirements and criteria specified in this Call for Applications.

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2. Selection of the pathway: Curriculum A or B

The Master Degree Programme offers 2 pathways/curricula:

  • A) Protection of Human Rights and International Cooperation
  • B) International Cooperation on Intercultural Heritage

Applicants shall select Curriculum A or Curriculum B and apply online accordingly.

In case an applicant wishes to apply to both curricula (A and B), he/she will have to submit 2 (two) different online applications, one for each curriculum.

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3. Minimum entry requirements

  • Holding a relevant Bachelor/First Cycle degree (graduating students can apply provided they graduate before enrolling);
  • Having obtained 36 ECTS in programme subject areas (applicants having obtained their previous qualification in an Italian University or in an Institution where ECTS apply); NON-EU students shall have an adequate previous academic background;
  • Certified B2 level proficiency in the English language (Please check the requirements and use English Proficiency Statement form);
  • Having appropriate and satisfactory academic and personal skills

Please check the Call for Application for details on admission requirements, assessment and selection criteria, intakes deadlines, and selection process calendar.

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4. How to apply

Please download the following documents before applying:

- I-CONTACT CALL FOR APPLICATION (not available yet)

- ENGLISH PROFICIENCY STATEMENT FORM

Once registered on the SOL (Studenti online) platform, follow these instructions:

Click on Second cycle degree programme - Entrance exam - International cooperation and Human rights. At this point, the system will ask you to select the curriculum you think is most suitable for your academic profile, and then you may proceed with your applications.

Applicants shall register Online and upload all necessary documents by the deadlines!

Please note: there is no "send" or "submit" button, once you have uploaded all mandatory documents, the application is complete).

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5. Communication of the outcomes of the selection procedures

PLEASE NOTE that the assessment results of each intake session, as well as any other official communication to applicants, will be notified to the email address assigned to the candidate during the application procedures (name.surname@studio.unibo.it). Make sure to check your UNIBO inbox regularly and use it for any enquiry.

Please check the Call for Application for selection process calendar.

All enquiries shall be sent to icontact.info@unibo.it

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6. Enrolling with a foreign qualification

You can be admitted to a Second Cycle Degree Programme if you hold a suitable foreign university or post-secondary qualification which allows study continuation in the subsequent cycle at a university in one’s country of reference.

Please find HERE all relevant information.

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7. Tuition fees, study grants, and subsidies

Up to € 3.060. Tuition fees vary according to family income (ISEE: an indicator of the equivalent economic situation for International Students: HERE), please check the Tuition Fee page. Full exemption is granted up to a certain threshold.

Study grants and subsidies: Every year, the University of Bologna offers scholarships, fellowships, and a wide range of aids and benefits to all its students. 

Er.Go. financial aid: you must obtain a certification attesting your family’s income and assets from the Italian Embassy, which has to be translated and legalized. Er.Go. calls for applications will be published in summer 2021, but in the meantime you can read about the documents required last year (for A.Y. 2021/22, documents will need to certify your family’s income in 2020).

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8. Enrolment

Starting from July until October 2021, admitted students can complete the application for enrolment and pay the fees via Studenti Online.

After this date, it will also be possible to complete your enrolment from October to November 2021, but a late fee will be required (€30 for payments made within 1 month after the deadline)

Please find useful and updated information HERE.

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9. Visa and Immigration procedures

Non-EU students must submit the application for pre-enrolment via the Universitaly portal.

Once the pre-enrolment application is completed, you will need to apply for a STUDY VISA at the Italian Embassy (or Consulate) in your country of residence.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: We inform all the selected students that any additional recommendation letters to be presented to the VISA officers willmnot be provided without a justified reason and an official request from the Embassies. Therefore, we kindly ask you to avoid making any similar request to any Professor involved in the course.  


All the most recent information about the above procedure, including the documentation required by the embassies, are published HERE.

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10. Welcoming and Italian Language courses

  • The International Welcome Week in Ravenna Campus will take place ONLINE on TBC). 
  • Italian Language Courses are offered to International students at Ravenna Campus.
  • Expected Lessons starting date: 2021/2022 Academic Year will start in October 2021. 

Please note: As long as Covid-19 related restrictive measures are enforced in Italy, lectures and exams sessions will be guaranteed online. It will also be possible to attend courses in person, if the Italian health and national authorities allow it, and in compliance with the indications they provide.

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11. COVID-19 Emergency

For updated information please monitor this page: HERE

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Last update: 07.01.2021

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Matriculation

After you have checked that all the admission requirements have been met, you can enrol on Studenti online:

  1. complete the application for matriculation with the required data and attach an ID photograph in digital format;
  2. pay the first instalment of tuition fees.
  3. Follow the instructions to complete the procedure and receive your badge

Remember that to complete matriculation

a) if you are a non-EU citizen with EU equivalent status, you need to send a copy of the valid residence permit giving you EU equivalent status to the responsible Student Administration Office;

b) if you are a non-EU citizen residing abroad, see the detailed information. You will need to send to the responsible Student Administration Office a copy of your valid residence permit or, if your residence permit has not yet been issued, a copy of your study entry visa and subsequently a copy of the receipt confirming submission of your application, with which your matriculation will be accepted subject to verification;

c) if you have a degree obtained abroad, see the detailed information. You will need to send the degree documentation to the responsible Student Administration Office.

If you have a disability with an assessed level of invalidity of at least 66%, or you hold disability certification in accordance with Italian law 104/92, you can request exemption by sending the certificate proving the condition to the email address of the responsible Student Administration Office

If you want to request recognition of previous studies, check how.