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International students

UNINT can boast a strong international vocation, which is behind the many student and staff exchange agreements with over 80 universities all over the world. UNINT provides international students with the opportunity to experience a stimulating and highly internationalized environment. For those international students who do not speak Italian and would like to enroll in the Master's degree in International Management and Economics - Luxury Goods, Made in Italy and Emerging Markets or International Relations - UNINT offers the opportunity to attend an intensive Italian language course for non-native speakers, enabling them to significantly improve their language level, and, as a consequence, to  attend UNINT Italian-taught courses. For those students who will not have reached the language level required for attending Italian-taught courses by the end of the first academic year, there will be the opportunity to take exams in English.
 
 

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Foreign students must pass an Italian language test (in September, further information at the following link), except for holders of an Italian Language Certification recognized by the MIUR - which excludes them from the list of seats for foreigners.

The lists of pre-enrollment requests are forwarded to the University by the Representations of Italy in all Countries with candidates for registration.
For all the other courses, non–EU citizens regularly residing abroad are exempted of registration fees for admission tests.

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To enroll, non-EU citizens regularly residing abroad will have to present the following documents to the Student secretary office:

  • declaration of personal data form released by the Students secretary office;
  • study certificates, translated and authenticated with a declaration of value “Dichiarazione di Valore in loco” –DV- by the Representation of Italy in the Country in which the qualification was achieved;
  • photocopy of passport;
  • photocopy of the visa for study purposes;
  • photocopy of the registered letter sent to the Immigration Office to request a residency permit. With the residency permit for study purpose in hand, students will have to hand in the photocopy of the residency permit to the Student Secretariat. This must be repeated each time the residency permit expires and is renewed;
  • receipt of payment of the tuition fee ("contributo unico") or of the first instalment ("rateizzazione").

For further information, please visit: http://www.studiare-in-italia.it/studentistranieri/testo_delle_norme.html
 

Enrolling at UNINT

Enrollment procedures are the same for all courses.

After making sure that you meet all requirements (check the page of the specific course you are applying to), please register at MyUNINT Servizi and follow the procedure, select your course, fill in the enrollment application and download the AVM (bank payment slip).
Use the AVM to pay the first instalment of the tuition. Please hand in the following documentation to the Student Secretariat:

  • first-year enrollment application;
  • self-certification or a copy of your secondary education diploma (required by current local legislation);
  • 2 identical and recent photographs (passport-size);
  • front-and-back photocopy of a valid I.D.;
  • photocopy of your Italian social security number ("codice fiscale");
  • Non EU citizens are required to show the original of a valid residence permit;
  • receipt of payment of the tuition fee ("contributo unico") or of the first instalment ("rateizzazione");
  • receipt of payment of the € 140.00 regional student tax ("contributo regionale sul diritto allo studio"). A copy of the receipt of payment must be handed in to the University Di.S.U. Office if you are competing for a Regione Lazio scholarship;
  • exam credit validation form, if you have a previous University career.

When to register

The deadline for first-year enrollment is November 5th

Simultaneous enrollment ban

Enrolling simultaneously to more than one course in Italian or foreign Universities (or university-level and equivalent institutes) is prohibited.

Applications for equivalence

An application for equivalence must be submitted in order to obtain the recognition of the equivalence of an academic title earned abroad.

Recognition concerns all students with a foreign education qualification, regardless of their citizenship or country of residence.

According to the Law no. 148 of 11 July 2002 ratifying and executing the Lisbon Convention of 11 April 1997, Universities are competent to recognize study cycles and programs carried out abroad and foreign education qualifications for admissions purposes for those wishing to continue their higher education and earn Italian university qualifications. Universities exercise this competence autonomosly and in compliance with their respective curricula, without prejudice to applicable bilateral agreements.

How do I apply for a recognition of equivalence?

Submit an application for a recognition of equivalence to the Student Secretariat and enclose the following documents:

  • the original (or a substitute certificate) of the foreign high school diploma valid for University enrollment in the country where it was obtained (for EU citizens the diploma may also be self-certified);
  • official Italian translation of the high school diploma (or of the substitute certificate) obtained abroad, except for self-certifications from EU citizens;
  • declaration of value and legal equivalence (except in the case of exemption by virtue of relevant international agreements and conventions) of the high school diploma (or of the substitute certificate) obtained abroad - issued by the Italian diplomatic or consular representation;
  • the original of the foreign academic diploma (or substitute certificate) for which the recognition of equivalence is requested (for EU citizens, the diploma may also be self-certified);
  • official Italian translation of the foreign academic qualification (or substitute certificate), except in the case of self-certifications by EU citizens;
  • declaration of value rendered legal by the Italian diplomatic and consular representation (except in the case of exemption by virtue of relevant international agreements and conventions) of the foreign academic qualification;
  • original of the degree certificate issued by the foreign university, with detailed university examinations (this document may also be self-certified by EU citizens) or "Diploma Supplement", where adopted by the foreign university that awarded the qualification in accordance with European Commission Directives;
  • official Italian translation of the degree certificate with detailed university examinations, rendered legal by the Italian diplomatic and consular representation, except in the case of self-certification by EU citizens;
  • summary of official study curricula of all the educational activities carried out by the student to earn the foreign education qualification (on a letterhead stamped and signed by the foreign university);
  • official Italian translation of the official educational activity curricula;
  • where required, receipt of payment of the € 1,600.00 fee established by the Regulations in force;
  • only for foreign citizens legally residing in Italy: a copy of their valid residence permit and suitable documentation, issued by the competent police headquarters (Questura), setting forth the purpose for which the residence permit was issued;
  • a copy of your passport or other valid identity document.

 

Tuition and Fees (Academic Year 2016/17)

Bachelor's degree in Economics and Business Organization fee status of students is based upon a merit ranking:

FIRST YEAR TUITION FEE 2016/17

Final mark (high school diploma) 1st year tuition fee
95-100 € 1,700.00 + € 140.00 regional student tax 
80-94 € 3,000.00 + € 140.00 regional student tax
<80 € 4,300.00 + € 140.00 regional student tax

 

FEES FOR STUDENTS ENROLLING TO YEARS AFTER THE FIRST

For regular students who have sat at least 5 exams with a weighted average mark equal to or greater than 27/30, the tuition fee is 3,000.00 + € 140.00 regional student tax. For those who don’t meet such requirements, the tuition fee is € 4,300.00. + € 140.00 regional student tax

 

 

Master’s degree in International Economics and Management fee status of students is based upon a merit ranking:

FIRST YEAR TUITION FEE 2016/17

Final mark (bachelor's degree) 1st year tuition fee
>105 € 3,000.00 + € 140.00 regional student tax 
101-105 € 4,300.00 + € 140.00 regional student tax
<101 € 4,800.00 + € 140.00 regional student tax

 

FEES FOR STUDENTS ENROLLING TO YEARS AFTER THE FIRST

For regular students who have sat at least 5 exams with a weighted average mark equal to or greater than 27/30, the tuition fee is 4,300.00 + € 140.00 regional student tax. For those who don’t meet such requirements, the tuition fee is € 4,800.00. + € 140.00 regional student tax.

The annual tuition for the master’s degree curriculum in Luxury Goods, Made in Italy and Emerging Markets is € 6,500.00 (plus € 140.00 for regional student tax). For students with UNINT Bachelor's degree the annual tuition is € 4,800.00 (plus € 140.00 for regional student tax).

 

 

Enrolled students: € 6,800.00 in three instalments + € 140.00 regional student tax + a € 150.00 technical equipment fee.

Fees for UNINT current students: € 4,900.00 in three instalments + € 140.00 regional student tax + a € 150.00 technical equipment fee.     

Enrolled students: € 6,800.00 in three instalments + € 140.00 regional student tax + a € 150.00 technical equipment fee.

Fees for UNINT current students: € 5,400.00 in three instalments + € 140.00 regional student tax + a € 150.00 technical equipment fee. 

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