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General information on admission requirements

For admission to the Master of Arts in"Interdisciplinary Research and Studies on Eastern Europe" it isnecessary to have a First Cycle Degree from an Italian university or anequivalent first cycle degree from a non-Italian University which grants accessto a Second Cycle Degree in the issuing… Read more

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

For admission to the Master of Arts in "Interdisciplinary Research and Studies on Eastern Europe" it is necessary to have:

  1. First Cycle Degree from an Italian university among those listed in the Call (see 1.3) or an equivalent First Cycle Degree from a non-Italian University which grants access to a Second Cycle Degree in the issuing country.
  2. The knowledge of the English language at a minimum of B2 Level, according the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, attested by one of the following certificates issued no more than 3 years prior to the application deadlines: TOEFL - computer-based – of at least 213 points; TOEFL - paper-based - of at least 550 points; TOEFL - Internet-based – of at least 80 points; IELTS - of at least 6.0 points; FCE – B; Trinity ISE II ; a B2 level certificate in English released by a University Language Centre. The above-mentioned certificates are not requested if the candidate is an English mother-tongue or obtained a First-Cycle Degree from an English-speaking university or entirely taught in English.
  3. The assessment of a suitable personal preparation in the following disciplinary fields:  Economics, Political Science, Sociology, Political Geography, Gender Studies, Anthropology, History, Philosophy, Literature, Language Studies, Communication Studies and also in recent political and economic events in the European and international contexts, usually provided  by a First Cycle Degree (BA).

The assessment is carried out on the basis of the documents submitted by the candidates and listed at paragraph 1.4.

TIMETABLE OF DEADLINES

FIRST INTAKE
Italian, EU and assimilated candidates: 15 places
Non-EU candidates residing abroad: 20 places

On-line application and submission of documents

By 20 May 2019 at 15:00 (CET)

Publication of admission ranking/Starting date of the enrolment for selected candidates/ Starting date for expression of interest in the clearing procedure

31 May 2019

Closing date for enrolments and transfers of selected candidates - Closing date for expression of interest in the clearing procedure

19 July 2019

Clearing procedure of available places for eligible candidates on waiting list

From 22 July 2019 to 29 July 2019

Deadline for graduating for enrolled students who have not completed the 1st cycle degree

19 December 2019

SECOND INTAKE
Italian, EU and assimilated candidates: 15 places +  residual places not assigned in the first intake

Publication of available places and launch of the second intake

2 August 2019

On-line application and submission of documents

By 4 September 2019 at 15:00 (CET)

Publication of admission ranking/Starting date of the enrolment for selected candidates/ Starting date for expression of interest in the clearing procedure

12 September 2019

Closing date for enrolments and transfers of selected candidates - Closing date for expression of interest in the clearing procedure

20 September 2019

Clearing procedure of available places for eligible candidates on waiting list

From 25 September 2019 to 2 October 2019

Deadline for graduating for enrolled students who have not completed the 1st cycle degree

19 December 2019
  • EU candidates and non-EU candidates with equivalent status to EU candidates can participate in either the first or second intake: however, candidates applying for the first intake and getting a negative result will not be able to participate in the second one.
  • EU and non-EU candidates with equivalent status who were selected in the first intake but did not enrol within the deadline as well as eligible candidates on waiting list can apply again for the second intake according to the terms and conditions laid down in the call, without paying again the registration fee.
  • Non-EU candidates residing outside Italy can apply only for the first intake, within the quota reserved to them.

 For detailed information on the application and selection process, please download the Call for Applications 2019/2020 from the section "Attachments".

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.

In addition to a check of specific curricula and personal preparation requirements, this restricted access degree programme also envisages the assessment of a suitable personal preparation. To enrol for the degree programme it is necessary to satisfy all the requirements, obtain a score that is not lower than the established minimum and be ranked within the number of places available.

If you graduated from a University of Bologna degree programme you can check if you satisfy the curricula 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 for the degree programme.
  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 satisfy the curricula requirements by downloading from the website of your previous University the career self-certification form, as well as the list of all exams sat during the previous curriculum followed, 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.

To check the access, knowledge and linguistic skills required, following the procedure indicated in the call for applications.

You can request a variant of the selection procedure if you are a student with special needs or SLD. Consult the information available on the website of the Services for students with special needs and SLD.

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.

Next, go to the Student Administration Office with a valid ID document to collect your student card and obtain access to the University services (such as wifi, libraries, online study plans, exam registration). If you decide to go to the Student Administration Office on the day that you pay the first instalment of your tuition fees, please bring the payment receipt with you. 

If you have a previous university qualification or have completed university course units, you can apply for a shortened degree programme.

If you are a student with disabilities (with a minimum recognised degree of disability of 66%, or if you own have certification issued pursuant to Law 104/92), you are entitled to obtain exemption from tuition fees.

If you have a foreign citizenship and/or qualification, you must also hand in the following documents to the  Student Administration Office:

 Always check in the specific pages when the declaration of value, the translation or the legalization are not required!