Available places: 420



Available places: 420

410 places for EU and EU-equated candidates

10 places for non-EU candidates residing abroad





Read the full admission procedure in Italian >>




> Who can apply

> How to apply

> Admission test

> Admission rankings

> Fee payment and pre-enrolment
> Vacant places

> Enrolment




Who can apply


To be admitted to the bachelor’s degree in architecture, applicants must hold one of the following qualifications:

a) a five-year or four-year secondary (high) school diploma

b) a secondary (high) school diploma awarded by an international upper secondary education institution. More information on the procedures to be followed is available in the section dedicated to international qualifications

c) a degree awarded by the Italian Republic, an international bachelor's degree, or a diploma awarded by European schools.




How to apply


To apply for the bachelor’s degree in architecture, candidates shall follow these instructions:

a) register on the Iuav Online Desk to receive a username and a password

b) log in and follow the online application procedure (registrar’s office > applications) and upload all required documents

c) pay the registration fee of 30 euros

d) non-EU applicants residing abroad are also required to pre-enrol online on the Universitaly portal (international students > pre-enrol now)


Deadline for application: 17 July 2023




Admission test


The admission test will be held online on 27 July 2023 at 9 am. Applicants will receive further instructions on access, procedures and technical requirements in due time.


The test consists of 50 questions with 5 response options each, on general culture, logical reasoning, history, design and representation, physics and mathematics. The total time allotted to complete the test is 100 minutes.


A maximum of 50 points is awarded according to the following criteria: 1 point for each correct answer; - 0.25 points for each wrong answer; 0 for each unanswered question.


The test consists of several sections, each allowing a limited time to be completed. When the time for a section is over, the applicant has to pass to the following.


Non-EU applicants residing abroad are required to take an online Italian language test in the following periods:

- from 27 to 30 June 2023 for those who apply by 21 June 2023

- on 19 July 2023 for those who apply from 22 June to 17 July 2023

The detailed schedule will be communicated to the applicants by 26 June and 18 July 2023 respectively.




Admission rankings


Admission rankings will be available on 31 July 2023. Applicants can view their position from their personal area of the Online Desk.




Fee payment and pre-enrolment


Admitted applicants are required to pre-enrol from 31 July to 3 August 2023 on the Online Desk (“Student services” > “Enrolment”), and pay the first instalment of the enrolment fee through the PagoPA system.

Applicants will receive an enrolment form to be signed and dated that will be necessary to complete the enrolment procedure.





Vacant places


In case vacant places are available, a notice will be published on the dedicated page [ITA] by 4 August 2023.

Applicants listed as “not admitted” in the first ranking can apply for vacant places from 4 to 7 August 2023. Ranking lists for vacant places will be available on 8 August 2023 on the Online Desk. Admitted are required to pre-enrol and pay the first instalment of the enrolment fee by 10 August 2023.






By 10 August 2023, applicants with an Italian qualification are required to upload the signed and dated enrolment form on their personal area of the Online Desk in the “enrolment/manage attachments” section. Their enrolment will be completed remotely.


Applicants with an international qualification are required to complete the enrolment in person upon their arrival in Italy (and, in any case, from 31 July to 28 September 2023) by booking an appointment with the admission service and presenting the hard copies of all required documents [ITA]