1) Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree (in Italian: Laurea Triennale) or three-year university degree. Applicants who have not already graduated shall apply as long as they earn their degree by 31 December 2020; candidates who have graduated more than 10 years ago may be admitted on condition that they pass an entry test to check their preparation, to be administered by a specially appointed Selection Committee.
As regards Bachelor’s students who apply despite not having already graduated, in order to have their enrolment confirmed, they will need to:
- obtain their Bachelor’s/three-year university degree no later than 31 December 2020;
- have taken and passed all the core modules of their study plan (i.e. compulsory modules with marks being awarded, e.g. on a 30-point scale for Italian exams).
2) Language requirements: a good command of English (at least CEFR B2 level) is essential. In the absence of a language qualification/certificate of language proficiency issued by an accredited institute, the applicant may prove their level of English by declaring that they have taken and passed an English exam at CEFR B2 level at their university, and by attaching a copy of the relevant syllabus.
3) SSD requirements: the applicant will be expected to meet the following SSD (Scientific-disciplinary sectors) requirements:
- 12 CFU (ECTS credits): from SECS-S/01 to SECS-S06; from MAT/01 to MAT/09;
- 48 CFU (ECTS credits): from SECS-P/01 to SECS-P/13; from SECS-S/01 to SECS-S/06; INF/01; from IUS/01 to IUS/17 and IUS/21; from MAT/01 to MAT/09; from FIS/01 to FIS/08; from ING-INF/01 to ING-INF/07; from ING-IND/03 to ING-IND/20, or from ING-IND/23 to ING-IND/27; from ING-IND/31 a ING-IND/35, or from SPS/01 to SPS/14.
The University will allow a tolerance of up to 10% in the number of CFU credits for one or more SSD groups, as long as the overall number of credits amounts to 60.
Please note that all the degree programmes offered by the School of Economics and Management at the University of Verona cover the above SSD. As a result, graduates from these programmes automatically meet the above SSD requirements, and therefore will not need to undertake any Eligibility Check.
4) Mark average: candidates shall be considered eligible for admission provided that they have obtained in their three-year degree programme, a weighted average of marks from compulsory modules equal to or greater than 21/30, or equivalent grade.
Candidates with a mark average below 21/30 may also apply, and will be allowed to enrol after successful interview with a specially appointed Selection Committee. The date of the interview will be notified later.
PLEASE NOTE: students falling into the categories below will NOT need to register for the Eligibility Check:
- University of Verona students intending to change degree from another Master’s degree in Economics — will need to contact the Teaching and Student Services Unit - Economics (email@example.com);
- candidates holding a foreign degree as their main qualification for this application — will need to contact the International Student Desk (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The ‘Substitutive declaration of certification and/or affidavit’ form that graduates and students about to graduate from other universities must complete, will be made available at the start of the next enrolment session.