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Enrolment news27-07-2015

Admissions to all our degree programmes are now open. There are some new possibilities for the academic year 2015-2016: grants and exemptions for young talent, Italian courses for foreigners and recognition of language certifications.

studentesse in segreteria a Sesto a San GiovanniAdmission to all degree programmes of the University of Milan opened on 15 July.

The announcements for application to sit for admission tests can be found on the university website. Admission tests are only required for access to bachelor and single-cycle degree programmes with an enrolment quota. Applications for non selective knowledge assessing tests are also open and these are compulsory for most of our programmes without enrolment quota.

Direct matriculation in the first year is only available for ten degree programmes - History, Humanities, Human Science of Enviroment, Landscape and Territory, Philosophy, Animal Husbandry and Welfare, Animal Production, Science and Technology for Studying and Preserving the Cultural Heritage and Information Storage Media, Geological Sciences, Mathematics and Physics: the enrolment period is 15 July to 15 October 2015. Self-assessment tests, if required, will be held later.

This year, too, the wizard accessible from the banner Study with us in the top left of the home page www.unimi.it/ENG - or from the section Admission - facilitates access to online procedures and guides future students among services, obligations and deadlines.

Major changes for the new academic year concern talent and merit, for which the university offers new scholarships, exemptions for merit and language certificates for English, French, Spanish and German. They apply to new students and students already enrolled.

For international students enrolling in undergraduate and postgraduate programmes there are specific scholarships and incentives, and three different types of Italian language course.

For those unable to study full time, there is the part-time enrolment which makes it possible for those with work or family commitments or impediments, health problems, disabilities or a professional artistic or sporting career to spread their courses over a longer period.

Students with disabilities or specific learning disabilities must remember, during the online enrolment procedure, to up-load the certificate indicating their degree of invalidity or handicap issued by the Medical Committee according to Law no. 104/1992.


For information
University of Milan
Student enrolment and administration office
Infomail Segreterie
Free number - 800 188 128 (from land lines)
From cell phones - 199 188 128 (cost depends on provider and contract)
From abroad - 00 39 0566 76208 (cost depends on provider and contract)