Admission Requisites and Procedure
A secondary school diploma or similar qualification obtained abroad is required to be admitted to the Degree course. Preliminary requirements are a propensity for foreign languages, an aptitude for linguistic, literary and historical studies, an interest for the cultural context of the chosen languages, willingness to participate in the University’s student mobility programmes. An advanced level of written and spoken Italian and an English language competence corresponding to the B1 level of the European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) are required.
Prospective students will undergo a compulsory English test to assess the required level of proficiency (B1). For more information on how to take the test, visit this page.