Requirements for admissions
To access one-year-long Masters’ programmes it is necessary to have:
a) a three-year long degree awarded pursuant to Ministerial Decree no. 270 of 2004 or Ministerial Decree n. 509 of 1999;
b) a university degree of at least three years, according to the previous regulations;
c) a qualification issued abroad, recognized by current Italian legislation.
Level of competence in English B2
Evaluation criteria for admission
Highest priority will be given to level C2, followed by C1, B2 (minimum level of competence in English B2), which can be attested by language certification, by self-certification or from the CV.
Priority will be given to graduate students in the fields of economics, law and modern languages.
Priority to candidates with the highest degree mark.
Benefit and incentives
Individual module students, scholarship holders (with a grant financed by INPS or other bodies), and students exempt from paying tuition fees, are still required to pay a €16 ‘stamp duty’ (marca da bollo, or imposta di bollo).
If you enrol on a Professional master’s programme, you may be entitled to receive a benefit in the form of a reduction/reimbursement of your tuition fees for a value of €500. Specifically:
1) Students who graduate in the academic year 2020/2021 within the normal duration of their Bachelor’s degree or Single-cycle/Combined Bachelor+Master’s degree (including at a different university) and who then enrol for the following academic year on a 1st-level Professional master’s programme at the University of Verona are awarded a tuition fee reduction of € 500;
2) Students who graduate in the academic year 2020/2021 within the normal duration of their Master’s degree or Single cycle/Combined Bachelor+Master’s degree (including at a different university) who then enrol for the following academic year on a 2nd-level Professional master’s programme at the University of Verona are awarded a tuition fee reduction of € 500.
How to apply for benefits:
a) if you graduated at the University of Verona before registering for the selection process, these benefits are applied automatically;
b) if you graduated at the University of Verona after registering for the selection process, please write to: email@example.com;
c) if you graduated at another university, please write to: firstname.lastname@example.org and attach a substitutive declaration ("dichiarazione sostitutiva del certificato di laurea ai sensi del DPR 445/2000”) in which you declare the following:
the name of the University at which you graduated;
that you have graduated within the normal duration of your degree programme;
the academic year in which you enrolled;
the academic year in which you graduated.
This declaration must be original and you will need to send it together with a scanned copy of a valid ID document.
If point b) or c) above applies to you, you should send your request at the time of enrolling, or before the second instalment of tuition fees is issued, if due.