General entry requirements
Eligible candidates need to hold a high school diploma.
Entry to second cycle programmes is possible if the undergraduate degree manifests all of the following characteristics:
It is an official first cycle qualification of the relevant foreign higher education system,
It is a qualification issued by a higher education institution regularly accredited or recognized in the awarding country. If you studied in a third country, the institution where studies were located has to be accredited or recognized in the country where it operates,
It is a qualification that allows entry to comparable second cycle programme in the relevant foreign higher education system;
It is a qualification showing corresponding elements to the Italian qualification required for entry to a laurea magistrale, such as the academic nature, research elements, duration of the programme and total ECTS (min. 3 years and 180 ECTS), total years of schooling (15 years are usually required).
The undergraduate degree must be obtained before 31 July 2022.
Suitability of the academic degree for admission to Laurea Magistrale is established by the university receiving the application: each university sets its own criteria and regulations (including required documentation) for admission and enrolment in a study programme.
Admission is based on the evaluation of the academic documents submitted with the application, while enrolment is subject to the verification of the validity of the qualification obtained.
English language proficiency requirements
Candidates must satisfy our English language requirements by May 31, 2022. However, priority consideration will be given to students who provide a recognized English test at the time of application..
Programme-specific entry requirements
Prospective students are required to have attended two courses in Statistics (12 ECTS) and two courses in Mathematics (14 ECTS) during their undergraduate studies; additionally, students should have a basic knowledge in at least one of the following broad subject areas: Economics, Business economics/Management, Finance, Computer science, Actuarial science* (26 ECTS).
This will be verified through the transcript of records, hence it is required that students who have not yet graduated send a copy of the official transcripts comprehensive of the subjects they still have to take.
The academic board will evaluate candidates’ academic and personal background and decide if they meet the specific conditions for admission.
* Students who need to strengthen their knowledge in Actuarial mathematics, Risk theory and Advanced mathematics might be required to attend a dedicated course at the beginning of the program (in the study plan, this will substitute the elective course).