How it works

The single-cycle degree courses in Medicine and Surgery, School of Dental Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, the first-cycle degree course in Architecture Regeneration Sustainability and all Health Professions courses have a limited number of places whose access is regulated at a national level.

To enrol in one of these courses you must first pass an admission test.

For the degree courses in Architecture Regeneration Sustainability, Medicine and Surgery, Veterinary Medicine and School of Dental Medicine it is first necessary to register on UNIVERSITALY before proceeding with the registration for the test in the individual locations.

All the information in the following paragraphs are more detailed in the calls for applications for each course.

How to register for the test

First of all, you need to check whether or not the course you want to try the admission test for includes registration on UNIVERSITALY as a preliminary step.

The procedure for registering for the test at our University is entirely online and must be preceded by registration to the University online registry service (ESSE3).

To proceed with the registration log in by entering the username and password you obtained with registration or SPID.

  • click on the menu item STUDENT REGISTRY OFFICE /Admission test;
  • select the degree course;
  • print the form for admission to the test and sign it;
  • by logging into the Payments section of the Student Registry Office menu, download or view the deposit slip with the amount of the test application fee;
  • make payment of the deposit slip at any authorized bank counter in the country or through another payment system allowed by PagoPA;
  • the day of the test you will have to come with the printed application form signed and the receipt of payment.

How to enrol

To enrol make sure you have with you:

  • an Internet-connected device;
  • a valid digital ID (ID card or passport);
  • the tax code or health card in digital format;
  • high school diploma information (if you have not already entered it) and, if graduate, previous degree;
  • a valid e-mail address (to which confirmation of your enrolment will be sent);
  • a passport-size photograph in digital format;
  • in case you want to opt for part-time enrolment, the form A51 completed.

After performing the login on ESSE3 by entering your personal username and password obtained through the registration process you must:

  • choose your course of study and enter the data and documents required by the system;
  • download the enrolment application and, by accessing the Payments section of the Student registry office menu, download or view the deposit slip with the amount of the first instalment;
  • make payment of the deposit slip at any authorized bank counter in the country or through another payment system allowed by PagoPA. 

Within a maximum of 15 working days, the University will send, to the e-mail address provided during registration, an e-mail confirming the enrolment containing the registration number and the institutional e-mail address (e.g:

Recognition of previous exams

If you already have a degree and you have been enrolled in another course and you want to request recognition of the exams taken, please contact first the guidance delegate of the degree course you are interested in.

For the evaluation of your request you will need to submit a self-certification bearing the details of your qualification, the list of all the exams passed, the corresponding credits (if available), the indication of the scientific-disciplinary sectors and, for some courses, the exams programmes as well. Many universities allow their students print a complete self-certification online with all the exams.

Useful contacts

In case of need you can call the dedicated number 0521 902050, the toll-free number 800904084 or write to specifying your personal data (name, surname, tax code) and the problem encountered.

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