Undergraduate and graduate programmes offered by the University iuav of Venice:

admissions

 

Specific requirements and deadlines for admission to the undergraduate and graduate degree programmes are defined by specific Competition Notices. Following below is general information on foreign student admission and on any financial benefits for enrolled students who are in possession of specific requirements.

 

> Foreign student applications

 

> Fee/Tax Reduction and Scholarships

 

> General deadlines and instructions to apply for scholarship and student collaboration

 

> Quantification of the scholarships

 

 

Foreign student applications

 

> EU students

 

EU applicants are: EU residents, non-EU citizens holding residency in Italy, Italians holding degrees abroad, political refugees, applicants holding dual citizenship, citizens of Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Republic of San Marino, and Holy See.

EU applicants are subject to the same procedures and deadlines as Italian citizens.

In these cases, applications are accepted online.

 

> non-EU students

 

Non-EU students resident abroad (together with the online registration procedures via internet, through the Student Web Service) must pre-register through the relevant Italian representative office.

Student holding diplomas issued by foreign institutions and schools must provide a translation, legalisation, and conversion in percentage marks of their final academic score through Italian diplomatic offices abroad, which should also issue them a validity declaration of their diploma/degree certificate.

 

Non-EU foreign students who intend to enrol in a three-year undergraduate programme will have to take the Italian language test at Università Iuav di Venezia before the admission test.

 

Candidates who pass the selection tests that are set out in the individual Competition Notices then fall into a ranking list. From here, they can officially register in the university.

 

Non-EU applicants residing abroad must present a copy of their residence permit (or receipt of the application for a residence permit), and the original documentation issued by the same Italian representative office they pre-enrolled in:

original diploma/degree title

attached translation, legalisation, and validity declaration of their diploma/degree certificate

pre-registration application form (Modello A)

photo and certified photo authentication

 

Students of the Marco Polo programme must also submit a language certification.

 

Registration may also be carried out by another person, delegated by the candidate, who will have to present himself at the registration office with all the required documentation, along with:

his/her own personal ID

a proxy authorisation signed by the registering candidate

a copy of the candidate’s ID

 

Non-EU citizens must comply with the rules for the stay of foreigners in Italy.

 

 

Fee/Tax Reduction and Scholarships

 

Foreign and Italian students with foreign incomes must calculate their ISEE (Equivalent Financial Situation Index) in order to claim the benefits of the Right to Education. This procedure includes all possible benefit applications:

 

> fee and tax reduction

> scholarships

> student collaboration

> tutoring student collaboration

 

It is possible to request your ISEE (Equivalent Financial Situation Index), within the relative deadlines, in the approved centre of Caaf Nordest s.r.l.

 

> In Venice: Fondamenta del Gaffaro 3536; tel. (+39) 041 549 1188

> In Mestre: via Ca’ Marcello 10; tel. (+39) 041 549 1100

 

 

General deadlines and instructions to apply

for scholarship and student collaboration

 

> Newly enrolled students  

 by 20 October 2017

1. Registration for a.a. 2017–2018, and final official matriculation.

2. Online self-certification through the Student Web Service (see the MiniGuide to online procedures).

3. Request for DSU (Self Declaration) for the benefits of the Right to Education 2017.

 

> Students enrolled in years following the first year

by 29 September 2017

1. Registration for a.a. 2017–2018, and payment of the first instalment of the university fees by downloading the MAV (Payment Notice Form) from the University Web Service (spin) by the end of July 2017.

2. Online self-certification through the Student Web Service (see the MiniGuide to online procedures).

3. Request for DSU (Self Declaration) for the benefits of the Right to Education 2017.

 

> Students enrolled in postgraduate and doctorate programmes  

by 15 December 2017 (for scholarships)

1. Registration for a.a 2017-2018 by 31 October 2017

2. Online self-certification through the Student Web Service (see the MiniGuide to online procedures).

3. Request for DSU (Self Declaration) for the benefits of the Right to Education 2017.

 

> All students

For students only interested in fee/tax reduction, the deadline is 15 December 2017.

Any applications made from 16 December 2017 to 20 April 2018 will be charged a periodic penalty payment for late application: 200 euros until 20 March 2018, and 500 euros from 21 March to 20 April 2018.

 

It is important to move quickly on deadlines, requesting all documentation from the competent authorities well in advance. The financial status must be certified by means of appropriate documentation (issued by the competent authorities of the country in which the income is generated), and must be translated and legalised (if requested) in Italian language.

 

Legalisation is not required for the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain (and Isle of Man), Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Norway, Netherlands (Antilles, Aruba), Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic, Republic of San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey.

 

Documents issued by local authorities in one of the following 21 countries are exempt from legalisation, according to the 1961 Hague Convention, but must present the "Apostille" notarial authentication stamp as provided for in Art.6 of the cited Convention: Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Brunei, Bulgaria, Caimane, China (limited to Hong Kong and Macao), Colombia, Dominica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Falkland, Fiji, Georgia, Japan, Gibraltar , Grenada, Guadeloupe, Guernsey, India, Iceland, Cayman Islands, British Virgin Islands, Wallis and Futuna Islands, Israel, Jersey, Andorra, Kazakhstan, Anguilla, New Hebrides, British Antarctic, Mauritius, Antigua and Barbuda, Mexico, Dutch Antilles, Miquelon, Argentina, Moldova, Armenia, Montserrat, Aruba, Namibia, Australia, New Zealand, Azerbaijan, Panama, Peru, French Polynesia B, Principality of Monaco, Republic of Korea (formerly South Korea), Réunion Island, Romania, Russia, Serbia-Montenegro, Seychelles, United States of America, South Africa, Suriname, Sweden, Swaziland, Tonga, Trinidad and Tobago, Ukraine, Venezuela.

 

For foreign students coming from particularly poor countries, the assessment of the financial status is carried out based on the certification provided by the Italian representative office in the country of provenance, indicating that the student does not belong to a known high-income family. This certification can also be issued by foreign universities linked by agreements or conventions to Italian ones; or by Italian institutions authorised to provide the guarantee of financial coverage under the current provisions concerning the registration of foreign students in Italian universities.

 

All students from countries that are not listed above must legalise all documents issued in their country of origin through the Italian Embassy or Consulate.

 

No foreign documentation of the country of origin is required for students who have been granted political refugee status. The student will have to obtain an ISEE (Equivalent Financial Situation Index) for facilitated benefits of the Right to Education, referring to his family nucleus in Italy. A copy of his political refugee status certificate must be attached to the application.

 

 

Quantification of the scholarships

 

To qualify for a scholarship, students must fall under certain financial conditions determined by their ISEE (Equivalent Financial Situation Index). Scholarships are usually awarded in two instalments:

 

> first instalment: in December

> second instalment: in June

 

Scholarships are partly granted in cash, and partly in services.

From the total value of the scholarship we deduct:

 

€ 400 for commuter students;

€ 600.00 for transfer students, using the canteen service in Esu facilities (daily meals, every day including holidays, from 1 January to 31 December 2017);

€ 1,500.00 for transfer students residing in Esu housing.

 

Scholarship max amounts are as follows:

 

> transfer students: € 5.124,00 (to confirm this status, students must provide a copy of their lease; students residing in Esu housing do not)

> commuter students: € 2.827,50

 

 

information

 

accessi@iuav.it

tel 041 257 1779

from Mon-Fri 8 am > 10 am

and 1 pm > 2 pm

Santa Croce 601

Campo della Lana

30135 Venezia