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What International Students should know?

Administrative procedures, financial aid opportunities, residence permit

 

Recruitment agencies

The University of Bologna independently manages student admissions to degree programmes and the awarding of Unibo Action 2 study grants and Unibo Action 1 tuition fee waivers. Further benefits are granted by Er.Go. In doing so, the University does not make use of agencies or recruiters based abroad

All personnel and offices of the University of Bologna communicate exclusively through @unibo.it email addresses.  Any other email addresses (i.e. ones that do not end in @unibo.it, such as @studio.unibo.it, etc) do not come from personnel or offices of the University of Bologna.

If you receive a message from @studio.unibo.it email addresses, please promptly forward it to internationaldesk@unibo.it for verification. 

The University of Bologna and Er.Go do not require advanced payments in order to award grants or other benefits.

If you wish to verify the authenticity of an admission letter, study grant or another benefit allocation letter, please contact internationaldesk@unibo.itand enclose a copy of the letter.

Pre-enrolment for students with non-EU citizenship

If you are a non EU citizen living outside Italy, in addition to compliance with the rules and deadlines established by the University of Bologna, you must pre-enrol at the Italian Embassy or Consulate in your country.

Deadlines for pre-enrolment at the Embassy for A.Y. 2018/2019: July 24th, 2018