To get admitted to the program, applicants need to hold an Italian undergraduate degree, obtained after a minimum of 3 years of study (180 ECTS Credits). An admission committee will assess the student's academic and personal background and evaluate if the specific conditions for admission to the graduate degree are met.
At this LINK you can find the norms for admission and the curricular requirements (document written in Italian)
Steps for enrollment
Students with non-Italian degrees: click here
Students with Italian degrees:
1) You must check your curricular requirements at this LINK, using a dedicated procedure. The procedure will automatically provide you detailed information about your specific application documents.
2) Once you have completed step 1, you will be contacted from our administrative offices. The possible outcomes are:
In both cases you will have to come to Cremona for an interview with the admission Committee.
Contact for further information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that matriculation or pre-matriculation procedure will be possible only after the completion of the above steps (1 and 2) and the verification of your documents by our administrative offices.
A good knowledge of English is a must for an effective participation to the course. Therefore students must certify their English language level, either: