Alma universitas studiorum parmensis A.D. 962 - Università di Parma
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How to enrol

Those not enrolled in a course at the university, even if they already hold a university degree, may enrol in individual courses, take the relevant examinations and receive regular certification, for a maximum number of 30 credits (without prejudice to the possibility for the competent Course Councils to increase the aforementioned number of credits for justified educational needs), subject to payment of the fees in accordance with the following table:

  •  Registration fee for one single course unit € 361
  •  Any additional single course unit € 160

Registration is valid for one academic year only.

Amounts paid for enrolment in single course units are non-refundable

Once you have chosen your course(s), after applying for authorisation to the relevant Course Council (check the course catalogue on website), you should contact the student registry office to which the chosen course(s) refers/refer to. The registry office will invoice the virtual revenue stamp required for submitting the application. The following documents must be submitted to the student registry office after payment of the stamp: 

  • application (Form A/41) and authorisation.
  • self-certification of qualification, if any ( Form A/3 may be used)
  • copy of a valid identity document
  • copy of tax code

The student secretariat, on the basis of the number of courses included in the application and authorised by the Course Council, will invoice the enrolment fees. The student must send proof of payment of the enrolment fees by the due date the student secretariat.

Teachers recruitment system

The University of Parma, in response to the requirements of the new teachers recruitment system, offers 24 credits in blended modality, to be taken as single courses, in the anthropology-psycho-pedagogy field, for students in their First-cycle, Second-cycle degrees, or already graduated. The University has provided a supporting system for the acquisition of these credits, up to free of charge enrolment in such courses.

For information on the range of courses on offer and on how to benefit from the supporting system, please refer to the dedicated communication available at this page:


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