How to enrol

How to enrol

Call for admission
Call for admission 2022/2023 Rankings 2022/2023

Now available for consultation the new admission news for the academic year 2022/2023 containing all the information necessary for enrollment.


Type of Access
The Study Course in Viticultural and Oenological Science and Technology (San Pietro in Cariano) it has scheduled access and requires the passing of a compulsory admission test, defined in the competition announcement. This test gives access to an admission ranking and enrollment in the course is conditioned by the position occupied in the ranking itself.
Read the admission requirements

Part-time membership
The Course also offers the possibility of part-time enrollment, for more information consult the information page.

Available places

n. 62 posti per cittadini comunitari e non comunitari legalmente soggiornanti in Italia;
n. 6 posti per cittadini non comunitari non compresi nella legge n. 189/2002 art. 26;
n. 2 posti per cittadini cinesi (Progetto Marco Polo).


Taxes and Facilitation
1° Installment: 342 euro 2° e 3° Installment: Variable To calculate the second and third instalments, please see the student Fees Guide at University contributions.
Taxes and Facilitation Tax simulator: The simulator allows the calculation of university fees and contributions based on the ISEEU/ISEE equalized for the academic year 2022/2023 end no credentials are required for its use.
The result of the simulator is absolutely indicative and unofficial.
Tax simulator

How to enrol

Candidates are advised that registration for the admission competition will open on the ESSE3 portal from July 2022.

Step 1 – Register for and take the TOLC-AV/TOLC@CASA test
1. Read the Call for applications carefully. Please note: this summary does not replace the original Call for applications, which candidates are expected to fully know at the time of their registration for the Call.
2. Sign in on the CISIA website.
3. Register for the TOLC-AV/TOLC@CASA test on the CISIA website (you will be asked to pay a registration fee of €30): please remember to keep a copy of the receipt, which includes the day and time of your test. At the University of Verona the possibility of taking the TOLC in person is temporarily suspended.
4. Take the TOLC-AV/TOLC@CASA test (you can take it online from home, on dates set by the University of Verona, or by any another university part of the CISIA network). Please note: you can only take the TOLC-AV/TOLC@CASA test no more than once a month (calendar month).


Step 2 – Submit your application 
5. Register on ESSE3.
6. Submit your application on ESSE3. This can also be done before taking the TOLC-AV/TOLC@CASA test, as long as the latter is taken and passed during the period of validity set out in the Call for applications.
Please note: the TOLC score should not be entered; this score will be acquired by the University of Verona directly from CISIA.
7. Check the ‘graduatoria’, or list of students eligible for admission. You status will appear as one of the following: 

  • Ammessa/o (vincitrice/vincitore) - Eligible and admitted: you have been included among the admitted applicants, and therefore can submit  your application for enrolment by the deadline and in the ways set out in the Call for applications, or in the subsequent selection notices.
  • Non ammessa/o ma idonea/o - Eligible but not admitted: you have not been admitted, nor rejected. This means that, despite not being selected in the first round, there are still places available, and you might still be selected at a later stage of the selection process. Please check the relevant updates and selection notices and, if admitted, you will be able to submit your application by the deadline and in the ways set out in the selection notice.

 Step 3 – Enrol
 8. If you are on the list of eligible students (graduatoria), or if you have been selected at a later stage of the selection process, enrol on ESSE3 by the deadline set out in the Call for applications, or in the notice of selection. To complete your enrolment you will need to scan and upload a passport photo. Should you need help, please see 'How to add your photo'.
 9. On your ‘Payment dashboard’ on ESSE3 pay the first instalment of your student fees via PagoPA, by the deadline set out in the Call for applications or in the selection notice.
 10. Wait for confirmation email. Please note: you will not receive the confirmation email immediately, since the Enrolment Office will need to process and check your documents and qualifications before confirming your enrolment.
 
Students with disabilities and SLD/learning disabilities
 Auxiliary aids must be requested online on the CISIA website. Candidates are required to state their needs for auxiliary aids at the time of registering by following the online procedure and uploading the required certificates. Auxiliary aids and support services available are indicated on the web page Auxiliary aids and services when taking an admission test.

Non-EU students residing in non-EU countries
1. Submit your application to the local Italian Embassy or Consulate on UNIVERSITALY: https://www.universitaly.it/index.php/registration/firststep;
2. register on ESSE3;
3. wait for the email confirming your successful application submission (your application will be received and recorded automatically by the system);
4. pay the application fee (as indicated in your email of confirmation);
5. take and pass the Admission test, as set out in the relevant Call for applications;
6. take the Italian language test by CISIA, if you have passed the admission test and if you are not exempt from taking it, following the instructions that will be made available on the web page of the degree programme in the ‘Enrol’ section. A dedicated web page is also available on the CISIA website (www.cisiaonline.it > ‘Altri test’); 
7. check with the International Student Desk of the University of Verona whether your qualification is suitable for entry to your chosen degree programme;
8. if you are among the successful applicants, wait for confirmation email from the University. 

ITALIAN LANGUAGE TEST - Non-EU students residing in non-EU countries
Non-EU students who have not been exempted from taking the Italian language test (test ITA-L2@CASA) are advised that they must take it.

The information to take the test is available on the page Italian as a second language test for non-EU students.

Documents and news

Info test:

Please find below the dates of online TOLC@CASA tests as set by the University of Verona:
  • Session application deadline:

    1 settembre 2022 ore 15:00

  • Sostenimento TOLC entro:

    entro le ore 24:00 del 31 agosto 2022

  • Date of admission test:

    Ai fini del concorso di ammissione è valido il TOLC-AV sostenuto sia in presenza sia in modalità TOLC@CASA, con qualunque Ateneo aderente al consorzio CISIA.

    Presso l’Ateneo di Verona è possibile sostenere il TOLC-AV solo in modalità TOLC@CASA. La partecipazione avviene restando nella propria abitazione.

    Le date di erogazione del TOLC-AV in modalità TOLC@CASA con l'Università di Verona sono:
    Febbraio 2022: 17 e 24
    Marzo 2022: 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, 24, 29, 30, 31
    Aprile 2022: 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21, 26, 27, 28;
    Maggio 2022: 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26;
    Giugno 2022: 7, 8, 9, 10;
    Luglio 2022: 5, 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21,22
    Agosto 2022: 23, 24, 25, 26, 30, 31;

    Ottobre 2022 (riapertura termini): le date del Tolc-AV sono consultabili al seguente link


    Maggiori info sul TOLC@CASA

    Il calendario completo delle date e delle Università con sui sostenere il test viene aggiornato costantemente sul sito web del CISIA

HELP center iscrizioni

Il numero unico immatricolazioni, attivo nel periodo estivo, rappresenta un riferimento univoco riguardo alle iscrizioni ai corsi, alle scadenze da rispettare e alle procedure da seguire. Un team di studentesse e studenti tutor specializzati è a disposizione per rispondere alle domande delle future matricole.

CONTATTA

FAQ - domande sull'iscrizione

Consulta le domande ricorrenti per trovare una risposta ai tuoi dubbi sulle procedure di immatricolazione e le modalità d'accesso ai vari corsi di primo e secondo livello, ad accesso libero e programmato, dell'Università di Verona.

LEGGI

Title required for matriculation

Diploma di scuola secondaria di secondo grado di durata quinquennale o altro titolo di studio straniero riconosciuto equipollente.


What are basic knowledge

Per iscriversi ad una Laurea è importante possedere alcune conoscenze di base. La verifica delle conoscenze ha l’obiettivo di verificare che non ci siano carenze significative in particolari discipline. La verifica può essere contestuale alla prova di ammissione (per i corsi ad accesso programmato) o con differenti modalità, previste nel corso del primo anno.

Nel caso in cui dalla verifica emergessero lacune in uno o più argomenti è possibile comunque immatricolarsi, ma occorre svolgere alcune attività supplementari, denominate Obblighi Formativi Aggiuntivi (OFA) , da superare entro il primo anno accademico, altrimenti non sarà possibile iscriversi al secondo anno. 

Per aiutare lo studente nel recupero degli OFA, ogni corso di studio propone specifiche attività formative.


Basic subject requirements

Le conoscenze richieste riguardano argomenti di biologia, chimica, matematica e fisica, previsti nei syllabi del TOLC-AV.


Methods and dates of verification

La verifica avviene contestualmente alla prova di ammissione. Il possesso delle competenze di base è accertato al raggiungimento da parte del candidato di:
- un punteggio pari o superiore a 3, dato dalla somma dei punteggi ottenuti nelle sezioni di "Matematica di base" e "Fisica" del test TOLC-AV di CISIA;
- un punteggio pari o superiore a 3, dato dalla somma dei punteggi ottenuti nelle sezioni di "Chimica" e "Biologia" del test TOLC-AV di CISIA.

Le matricole che nel TOLC-AV hanno ottenuto un punteggio complessivo inferiore alle soglie indicate, devono obbligatoriamente seguire i corsi di recupero organizzati dalla Scuola di Scienze e Ingegneria.


How to prepare

Scopri le iniziative organizzate da Univr!
Informati, per sapere tutto su esami, servizi e agevolazioni economiche:
Incontri di orientamento
Saloni di orientamento
Open week and open day famiglie

Diventa protagonista, entra in Univr e preparati al test di ammissione:
Progetto tandem

Preparati al test di ammissione:
Simulazioni TOLC-AV
Corsi zero


International students


Transfer from another University

To continue at the University of Verona your course of studies begun at another Italian university, select one of the procedures below, depending on the case in question.

Transfer from another university to the first year

Transfer from another university to years subsequent to the first - Science and Engineering

NB: for all types of incoming transfer, students coming from another university based in the Veneto region who have paid the regional tax to their university of origin for the current academic year are not required to pay it again to the University of Verona. Those who find themselves in this situation are requested to contact the enrolment office (segreteria.immatricolazioni@ateneo.univr.it) before proceeding to the payment of the first instalment, in order to recalculate it. There is no refund of the regional fee except in the case of double payment.


Recognition of prior learning

Do you have an active university career? Read the information on how to make a transfer from another university (to the first year or years following the first) or an internal course transfer to UNIVR (to the first year or years following the first).

If your career has ended due to the completion of a degree or individual courses, withdrawal from studies or forfeiture of studies, please refer to the procedure for requesting a career abbreviation.


Scholarships and Grants


Course change

Transferring a course within the University of Verona is the procedure whereby a student, regularly enrolled in a course of study at the University of Verona, decides to transfer his or her active career to another of the courses offered at the University of Verona (course change). Depending on the number of CFUs sustained and validated, the student may be admitted directly to years subsequent to the first.

Select one of the procedures below, depending on the case of interest.

Course change to the first year

Course change to years subsequent to the first - Science and Engineering

NB: Check in the "payments" section of Esse3 that the fees for previous years have been paid, otherwise the course change cannot proceed.