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Programme enrolment: requirements, deadlines and methods

General information on admission requirements
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To profitably attend a second-level degree course in Science for the conservation-restoration of cultural heritage it is necessary to have acquired basic knowledge in the scientific disciplines (chemistry, physics, geology, biology, mathematics, informatics, etc.) as well as further knowledge in conservation (archaeology, art history, architectural restoration, etc.).

The admission to the second-level degree course is subordinated to the verification of the candidate's suitable personal knowledge, that can be verified through the analysis of his/her curriculum and required documents as outlined in the call for application.
An interview can follow according to fixed modalities and criteria set up by the Admission Board. Candidates asked to undergo the interview can download the study materials from the Attachments Box on the right.

Check of curricula and personal preparation requirements

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.

Those applying should read this important notice on Unibo's website as the University of Bologna does not make use of recruiters based abroad.

Please find the "Call for applications" in full-text on the side-box: read it carefully, collect required documents and apply on line.

Applicants, especially non-EU students, are suggested to apply as early as possible.
Early application is also important for candidates applying for scholarships offered by University of Bologna.

Candidates can apply for a.y. 2020/21 and get feedback according to the following schedule:


Opening date

Application deadline

Results within


February 3rd, 2020

March 5th, 2020

By March 13th, 2020


March 6th, 2020

April 16th, 2020

By April 30th, 2020


April 17th, 2020

May 20th, 2020

By May 29th, 2020


May 21st, 2020

June 25th, 2020

By July 10th, 2020


June 26th, 2020

September 3rd, 2020

By September 15th, 2020 


September 4th, 2020 

October 22nd, 2020

By October 30th, 2020


After the evaluation

After you have been pre-admitted (Conditional Offer) you will have to prepare for enrolment.

If you hold an Italian qualification: starting from the end of July through the end of November, you will have to complete the enrolment procedure at the University of Bologna through the website Studenti Online.

If you are an international student you shall immediately get in touch with the Italian Embassy or Consulate in your home country and apply to the Pre-enrolment procedure for the given academic year. The pre-enrolment procedure is now available online, via the Universitaly portal, according to the updated information published here.

You should also apply to obtain the “Declaration of Value” (in Italian “Dichiarazione di valore”) and the entry Visa for Study reasons (in Italian: "visto per motivi di studio"). Attention should be paid at the deadline, which is strictly fixed, usually in June/July. Students are requested to check the deadline at their Italian Embassy.

Also, EU-citizens holding a degree obtained in the EU but not in Italy, should be aware that a Declaration of Value is needed to enrol in University of Bologna.


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.