Information on admission procedures to bachelor's, master's and single-cycle degree courses
Bachelor's, Master's and single-cycle Degrees
Free access courses: you must register for the mandatory aptitude test (TOLC), take it and then enroll.
Restricted access courses: you must register for selection tests that generate a final ranking; if you are admitted, you may enroll.
Master's degree courses
Free access courses: you may apply for admission.
Restricted access courses: you must register for selection tests that generate a final ranking; if you are admitted you may enroll.
Bachelor's and single cycle Master’s Degrees
Graduates from five-year secondary education institutions and graduates from teacher training institutes and artistic high schools who have successfully attended an additional, supplementary annual course can access the degree courses; irrespective of the high school qualification held, anyone with a university degree can enroll in another degree course.
To be admitted to a master's degree course, it is necessary to have a first level (bachelor’s) university degree, or another qualification obtained abroad, recognized as suitable.