Some info for international applicants
Are you an international masters' applicant? Get more info here on how to apply to the Master, and what to do once you have been admitted.
Before applying make sure you have the following documents ready:
Before applying, please read through the whole procedure. A video tutorial is also available at the bottom of the page.
Step 1: online application
You will be asked to provide some personal and career-related data and to upload the documents needed to assess your profile.
Step 2: profile assessment
Your profile will be evaluated by the Master's staff. Only complete applications (i.e. all documents are provided) will be considered for Step 3.
Step 3: selection interview
Candidates will be invited to a selection interview (in person or online). The candidate's assessment will be based on:
Step 4: Admission
If your selection interview is successful, you will be admitted to the Master programme. You will be notified via email.
Step 5: confirmation payment
Once admitted, confirm your place in the Master program by paying the first installment of the tuition fee (3.000 €). Payment modalities will be notified via mail.
As a general rule, confirmation payments must be wired within 5 working days from the admission.
Step 6: enrollment (immatricolazione)
Complete your enrollment process following the instructions that will be sent via email by the Master Office.
International students: important notes
For further information on these documents, we invite you to read the relevant FAQs and to watch the video at the bottom of this page.
The maximum number of students admitted is 25, in order to ensure a high quality of teaching and a good level of interaction.
Applications will be evaluated in an ongoing process. Since the Master has a limited number of places, early applications have a greater chance of being successful.
The Master’s Directorate reserves the right to increase the number of participants or conversely cancel the program in the event of the number of participants recruited being insufficient to guarantee the successful delivery of the Master’s program.