Department of Humanities, Social Sciences and Cultural Industries

Second-cycle degree course

SOCIAL AND CLINICAL APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY (133 places including 3 for non-EU residents): to enrol to the course, it is necessary to participate in a competition that will consider qualifications. Go to the call for applications.

Department of Engineering and Architecture

First-cycle degree course

SUSTAINABLE DESIGN FOR THE FOOD SYSTEM (100 places including 2 non-EU): to enrol to the course it is necessary to pass an entrance test. Go to the call for applications.

 

Second-cycle degree courses

ADVANCED AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING - administrative headquarters: University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (120 places): to enrol to the course it is necessary to pass an entrance test. Go to the call for applications.

ELECTRIC VEHICLE ENGINEERING; - administrative headquarters University of Bologna (30 places including 8 for non-EU residents): to enrol to the course it is necessary to pass an entrance test. Go to the call for applications.

ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING FOR INTELLIGENT VEHICLES (50 places including 12 for non-EU residents): to enrol to the course it is necessary to pass an entrance test. Go to the call for applications.

Department of Medicine and Surgery

First-cycle degree course

PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND TECHNIQUES (300 places including 3 for non-EU residents and 2 for Marco Polo Project): to enrol to the course it is necessary to pass an entrance test. Go to the call for applications.

 

Second-cycle degree course

MEDICAL, VETERINARY AND PHARMACEUTICAL BIOTECHNOLOGIES (70 places): to enrol to the course, it is necessary to participate in a competition that will consider qualifications. Go to the call for applications.

Department of Food and Drug

Second-cycle degree courses

FOOD SCIENCES FOR INNOVATION AND AUTHENTICITY - administrative headquarters: University of Bozen/Bolzano (45 places including 5 for non-EU residents). To enrol to the course it is necessary to participate in a competition that will consider qualifications. Go to the call for applications.

HUMAN NUTRITION SCIENCES (108 places including 3 for non-EU residents). To enrol to the course it is necessary to participate in a competition that will consider qualifications. Go to the call for applications.

FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (108 places including 5 for non-EU residents). To enrol to the course it is necessary to participate in a competition that will consider qualifications. Go to the call for applications.

Department of Economics and Management

Second-cycle degree course

TRADE AND CONSUMER MARKETING (149 places including 6 for non-EU residents):to enrol to the course it is necessary to participate in a competition that will consider qualifications. Go to the call for applications.

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.

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