Industrial product and process techniques


In order to be eligible for a place on a Degree Course in Industrial Techniques for Product and Processes, it is necessary to hold a high-school leaving diploma (five-year duration) or other qualification obtained abroad and recognised as suitable, as per regulations currently in force.
Admission for foreign students to the Course is governed by procedures which are issued by the Ministry of Education, Universities and Research

These regulations also set out the means used to assess knowledge of the Italian language, where such a test is required, and any exemption conditions.

Students may be offered a place on the degree course once they have passed a selection test which generates a student ranking table. This will be used for determining admissions of candidates, up until the maximum number of available places has been reached.


In order to be eligible for a place on the Degree Course in Industrial Product and Process Techniques, suitable initial preparation is required.

A basic grounding in mathematics and sciences, up to the level taught in high school education, is required.  The following fields of knowledge and expertise are also required:

  • good working knowledge of spoken and written Italian;
  • logical reasoning skills;
  • ability to use the main results of basic mathematics and the foundations of experimental sciences.

The selection test aims to ensure candidates are sufficiently qualified at intake.  

For the 2023-2024 academic year, the entry test will be held in September 2023.

Students who do not receive a sufficient score in the selection test but do fall within the admission league table will be given Additional Educational Requirements (OFAs).


Check the Call for admissions for information about:

  • entry requirements 
  • dates, programmes, methods and premises on which the admission test will be held
  • places available for closed-number courses
  • guidelines for candidates with disabilities or learning disorders
  • information about ranking tables
  • how to enrol.


Last updated on: 14/07/2023