Accepted language certificates

Students enrolled at the University of Milan can prove their level of English language proficiency by submitting a language certificate among those accepted by the University at a level which is equal to or higher than that required by the chosen degree programme.

Certificates must have been earned for no more than 3 years at the time of submission (2 years for TOEFL) and they must certify 4 language skills:  Reading, Writing, Listening, and Speaking. 

For Bachelor's and Master's degree courses: Students who have a language certificate should attach it to their application during the enrolment procedure. Students who have already enrolled without attaching it can still upload it on this platform:

For Master’s degree courses requiring the English entry test: language certificates must be uploaded when submitting the admission request.

It should be noted that English levels assessed through the INVALSI test, although indicative, are not equivalent to a language certificate. Therefore, students enrolled in the first year of their degree programme are not exempt from sitting the Placement Test.