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Admissions OPEN for the ay. 2019/2020

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS 2019/2020 now available!

*4 Scholarships awarded to the students ranked first in each Intake*

Program begins

WELCOME DAYS:  September 2019
CRASH COURSES:  September 2019
CLASSES: September 2019


2 years full-time



Non EU

In the academic year 2019/2020, a maximum of 40 Non-EU students will be accepted.

NON EU students, in addition to the application must pre-enrol at the Italian Embassy for their country by July 24 2019

Tuition fees

 € 2.500 . Tuition fees vary according to family income, please read the following web site: tuition fees

It is crucial you follow instruction and check any possible link, especially about how to apply to have tuition fee calculated based on your economic situation and Documentation regarding the economic situation of international students

Apply here: 

Application Intakes:

3 intakes for the a.y 2019/2020

1) Intake 1 

Opening: 12 February 2019

Deadline: April 3 2019 at Noon (GMT +1)

2) Intake 2 

Opening: 24 April 2019

Deadline 1 July1 2019 at Noon (GMT +1)

3) Intake 3 

Opening: 23 July 2019 

Deadline: August 26 2019 at Noon (GMT +1)

Minimum requirements

- English at B2 level* 

Bachelor Degree in one of the following major: Economics, Political Science, Statistics, Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Chemistry, Biology, Engineering; and to graduates holding an Italian degree qualification in:

ex. D.M 270/04: L-13, L-18, L-21, L-25, L-27, L-29, L-32, L-33, L-36, L-41, L-43.

ex. D.M 509/99: classe 7, classe 12, classe 15, classe 17, classe 20, classe 21, classe 24, classe 27, classe 28, classe 37, classe 41. 

Selection criteria

-       Academic merit, it refers to the quality of the bachelor degree (first cycle) attended as well as to the final mark attained: max 50 points;

-       Motivation, quality of the motivation letter and presentation letter: max 20 points.

-       Coherence between the academic curriculum and the learning objectives of RESD: max 15 points.

-       Work experience assessed by the CV and other possible documents: max 15 points.


  • Evidence of qualifications (degree certificates and transcript of records) 
  • CV (Curriculum Vitae) using the CV Form
  • Letter of motivation (maximum length 1500 words)
  • Letter of reference 
  • Copy of a valid identity document (ID card, or passport).
  • Copy of your residence permit (if possessed).
  • Any relevant document for the evaluation process, such as references, signed by the referee and on headed paper (optional).
  • Evidence of English language proficiency (equivalent to the B2 level of the Council of Europe).


Students holding: a corresponding language certification, graduates in a degree program taught in English, English native speakers and graduates in English language and literature and equivalent, and graduates with a minimum of 30 Cfu in transcript of records, for teaching activities taught in English may be exempted from sitting this exam.

Scholarships and financing

STUDY GRANTS AND SUBSIDIES for Italian and International Students

Unibo actions 1&2
Study grants and tuition fee waivers for deserving international students who wish to register in First Cycle, Second Cycle or Single Cycle Degree Programmes at the University of Bologna.

-  RESD scholarships to enrolled students throughout the year 

-  4 Scholarships awarded to the students ranked first in each Intake. 


For Admissions please contact the administrative Programme Coordinator:


For information on the content of the programme, please contact Director of RESD  programme:

Prof. Elettra Agliardi

For information on RESD students’ life,  on living in Rimini, please contact the  Programme tutor: