Available positions: 29

Available positions: 29

23 + 6 reserved for non-EU students living abroad (including 2 for Marco Polo students)

 

 

 

> Who can apply?

> How to apply

> Admission test

> When and where

> Final assessment method

> Admission ranking

> Fee payment

> After the test: enrolment

 

 

Who can apply?

Applicants must be in possession of (by 3 December 2020):

– (I level) undergraduate degree belonging to the Class Degrees of L-3, L-4, L-5, L-10 o L-17;

– qualification, even from abroad, in class degrees not belonging to the ones mentioned above, after verifying that the candidate’s previous study course involved the acquisition of at least 30 CFU (university credits) in one or more of the following disciplinary fields: ICAR/13, ICAR/14, ICAR/16, ICAR/17, ICAR/18, IUS 02, IUS 10, L-ART/01, L-ART/02, L-ART/03, L-ART/04, L-ART/05, L-ART/06, L-ART/07, L-ART/08, L-FIL/LETT 02, L-FIL/LETT 04, L-FIL/LETT 05, L-FIL/LETT 08, L-FIL/LETT 11, L-FIL/LETT 14, L-LIN 03, L-LIN 04, L-LIN 05, L-LIN 10, L-LIN 11, L-LIN 12, L-LIN 13, M-DEA/01, M-FIL/01, M-FIL/02, M-FIL/04, M-FIL/05, M-FIL/06, M-STO/01, M-STO/02, M-STO/04, M-STO/05;

– for those in possession of requisites that differ from the ones mentioned above, admission is subordinated to the evaluation of their curriculum studiorum by the appointed committee;

– applicants must arrange and provide the translation, legalisation, and declaration of value of the degree certificate through the relevant Italian diplomatic mission abroad

 

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How to apply

Applicants must first register online and fill in the application from 14 May to 24 August 2020, connecting to the Online Desk of the Iuav website.

When applying online, the candidate will have to pay a € 30.00 admission fee through the PagoPA procedure.

Non-EU students residing abroad will also have to pre-enroll online on the Universitaly portal, in order for the diplomatic mission in charge to handle their visa procedure.

 

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Admission test

The university board of directors appoints a committee for the evaluation of the preparation of the applicants. The evaluation consists in:

– analysis of materials submitted with their application;

– interview including the analysis of additional material.

 

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When and where

Interviews will take place online from 8 September to 10 September 2020: the calendar for all candidate interviews will be published on this page by 4 September 2020.

 

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Final assessment methods

Final scoring of admission tests is awarded by the appointed committee, according to the following parameters:

– a max of 30 points is awarded to the curriculum studiorum: 20 for the actual curriculum, and 10 for the final mark;

– a max of 10 points for candidate CV evaluation;

– a max of 10 points for the undergraduate degree thesis abstract (with which each candidate must present himself at the interview);

– a max of 10 points for the motivational letter;

– a max of 40 points for the interview.

For graduating applicants, the points awarded to their graduation mark fall into the evaluation of their curriculum studiorum.

 

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Admission ranking

Admission rankings will be published on the this page from 17 September 2020.

 

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Fee payment

When completing online pre-registration, applicants will be asked to pay the first instalment of the university fees through the PagoPA procedure from the Online Desk. The maximum amount of university fees for a.y. 2019/20 is € 2,778.00 (including stamp duty and regional tax for the right to study), divided into 3 instalments.

 

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After the test: enrolment

All admitted candidates must pre-enroll from 17 to 21 September 2020 by completing the online procedure through the Online Desk (they are required to upload photo ID), and by paying the first instalment.

 

After their pre-enrolment, EU applicants and non-EU applicants will then have to finalise their enrolment from 17 September to 2 October 2020 by dating and signing their enrolment form, and uploading it in their personal area in the “Enrolment/Manage attachments” section.

 

Non-EU applicants residing abroad must finalize their enrolment from 28 September to 2 October 2020 at Campo della Lana, admission service, at the following times:

– Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 12:00pm;

– Tuesday and Thursday from 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM.

They must submit:

– dated and signed enrolment form;

– receipt of first instalment payment;

– copy of a valid ID;

– copy of tax code;

– copy of residence permit (or application receipt);

the original documentation issued by the Italian representative office they pre-registered in: original diploma certificate (with official translation, legalisation, and declaration of value of the degree certificate), application form for pre-registration (Modello A), photo authentication.

PLEASE NOTE: procedures for non-EU applicants residing abroad may change due to the current COVID sanitary emergency.

 

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