Studying a Bachelor’s Degree 

UER offers the following Bachelor’s Degrees:

The abovementioned Bachelor’s Degrees are partially taught in Italian.

Entry requirements

  • Statement of Verification of your secondary school-leaving qualification giving access to the Bachelor’s Degree by the national Information Centre on Academic Mobility and Equivalence (CIMEA) through its Diplome portal. Please follow this guide.

Please note that the Declaration of Value by a diplomatic/consular mission or the official translation of the study qualification does not replace the Statement of Verification. CIMEA does not provide information by telephone, by appointment or in any manner other than through its Diplome portal.

  • B2 CEFR Italian language certificate. Alternatively, the student can take a B2 CEFR Italian language test delivered online by UER.
  • Passing an admission test.
  • Only for non-EU students staying in Italy 90 days or more: study visa obtained through the Universitaly portal. Please visit the following website for further information in this regard.

Application

These are the steps to enrol in a UER Bachelor’s Degree:

1.- Sending the following documents to Dott.ssa Andrea Llorente (andrea.llorente@unier.it):

  • UER Bachelor’s Degree Application Form
  • Photocopy of valid Passport or ID Card
  • Statement of verification of your secondary school leaving qualification giving access to the Bachelor’s Degree by the national Information Centre on Academic Mobility and Equivalence (CIMEA) through its Diplome portal. Please follow this guide.

Please note that the Declaration of Value by a diplomatic/consular mission or the official translation of the study qualification does not replace the Statement of Verification. CIMEA does not provide information by telephone, by appointment or in any manner other than through its Diplome portal.

  • B2 CEFR Italian language certificate. Alternatively, the student can take a B2 CEFR Italian language test delivered online by UER (see UER Bachelor’s Degree Application Form).

Application deadline: 30th September according to the start of the degree, exceptions until 30th November.

 

2.- Passing an admission test of logic, verbal and psycho-aptitude comprehension, which is also possible to take online under request (see UER Bachelor’s Degree Application Form).

Only for students who have not provided a B2 CEFR Italian language certificate: passing a B2 CEFR Italian language test delivered online by UER, which will take place in September. Alternative dates will be taken in consideration.

3.-Only for non-EU students staying in Italy 90 days or more: obtaining a study visa through the Universitaly portal. Please visit the following webpage for further information in this regard.

4.- Completing the enrolment and payment guided by the reference person from UER.

 

FAQs

For further information, please contact Dott.ssa Andrea Llorente (andrea.llorente@unier.it) – tel. (+39) 0666543809

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