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Programme enrolment: requirements, deadlines and methods

General information on admission requirements
1. For admission to the Second Cycle Degree Programme in Quantitative Finance, candidates must have acquired knowledge of mathematics, economics, and… Read more

Call for application QF a.y. 2022/2023

Fulfillment of curricular and personal preparation requirements

Due to COVID-19 emergency, we inform you that the proof of English proficiency has been modified. The latter can be consider fulfilled with one of the following cases:

  • Certification by the Centro Linguistico di Ateneo (CLA)
  • English Language certification among the following: TOEFL, ISE, IELTS, CAMBRIDGE
  • Other international recognised English Language certification that the Admission
    Board might deem appropriate
  • B2 level English exam in their Bachelor’s study plan
  • Certification of working/studying experience in English-speaking countries
    (internship, exchange programme, winter/summer school, etc.).
  • Certification of working/studying experience in non-English speaking countries but in
    which English was required and used as working language (internship, exchange
    programme, etc.).
  • OLS Test in English obtaining the B2 level
  • Holding a degree completely taught in English
  • English native speaker

If you have a foreign qualification read the specific information before continuing.

If you are a non-EU citizen resident abroad read the specific information prepared for you.

Admission to the programme depends on the fulfillment of specific curricular and personal preparation requirements. 

In order to know more about the procedures and the deadlines for both curricular and personal preparation requirements, read the attached call for applications very carefully.

If you graduated from a University of Bologna degree programme you can check if you fulfill the curricular requirements by accessing Studenti online:

1.       Select “Degree with exams, dates and grades” from the “Certificates and self-certifications” section and then select “self-certifications”.

2.       Download the list of all exams sat during the previous curriculum followed, together with the related University educational credits and corresponding subject groups.

3.       Examine your University career on your own and compare your career with the access requirements.

4.       Access Studenti online and complete the "self-certification of access requirements” form in the Matriculation section.

If you graduated from another University, you can check if you fulfill the curricular requirements by downloading a self-certification form from your University platform, as well as the list of all exams sat during the programme you attended, together with the related University educational credits and corresponding subject groups. If your University does not have an on-line self-certification form, complete the "declaration in lieu of certification" form available from Studenti online.

If you fulfill the curricular requirements, you can then submit:

  • Self-certification of your exams and the degree certification, if already obtained (check the call for application for further details);
  • Curriculum vitae (QF official form to be used);
  • Statement of purpose (QF official form to be used);
  • Copy of a valid id card/passport;
  • B2 English proficiency proof (check the call for application for further details);
  • One or two reference letters from academics and scholars (check the call for application for further details);
  • For NON-EU citizens: a copy of your valid permit of stay, in case you already have it.

All the documents have to be submitted by the intake deadline.

The Committee will assess your application and if you are admitted, you will receive further details to finalize your enrollment. 

If you do not fulfill the curricular requirements, the Admission Committee will evaluate your application anyway, considering only the submitted documents.


First Intake (EU and NON-EU candidates)

Opening: March 8, 2022

Closing: April 4, 2022 (h 11:00 am CET)

Ranking: April 29, 2022


Second Intake (EU and NON-EU candidates)

Opening: April 4, 2022

Closing: May 4, 2022 (h 11:00 am CET)

Ranking: May 31, 2022


Third Intake (Only EU)

Opening: June 1, 2022

Closing: July 4, 2022 (h 11:00 am CET)

Ranking: July 26, 2022

Enrolment period

Enrolment: from 21 July to 27 October 2022

Enrolment (with additional fee): from 28 October to 24 November 2022

Deadline for obtaining a bachelor's degree for conditional enrolment (to be completed as soon as the bachelor's degree is obtained): 30 December 2022

Tuition Fee Amounts

Tuition fees are calculated based on the 2022 ISEE value with special subsidies in relation to the right to higher education. First year students with an ISEE of up to €23,000 benefit from full exemption. Above this limit, tuition fees are calculated progressively.

The ISEE value must be submitted, even if you have not enrolled in the Degree Programme, by 2 November 2022, at 6:00pm (or by 15 November 2022, at 6:00pm, paying a €100 penalty) accessing ER-GO Online Services, alternatively you will have to pay the full amount.

Read all information about tuition fees and exemptions.


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

  1. fill in the application for matriculation with the required information and attach a passport photo in digital format;
  2. pay the first instalment of your tuition fees;
  3. follow the instructions to complete the procedure which you will find on Studenti Online according to your profile.