First Cycle (Bachelor degree)
To be eligible for admission to a Bachelor’s degree or a single-cycle degree, you need a minimum 12-year school record.
Second Cycle (Master) degree
To be eligible for admission to a Master’s degree, you need a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent foreign qualification with specific curricular requirements.
Extra UE students holding a foreign qualification.
1. Pre-evaluation: send the documentation relating to your previous studies and your level of Italian to our offices using this form;
2. Pre-registration on the Universitaly portal (not yet active): apply to obtain an entry VISA and the final validation of your qualifications;
3. Matriculation/Enrollment: once the Universitaly procedure is completed, check the requirements and access procedures for the course you are interested in, register on our website and proceed with online enrollment.
- If you want to apply to a degree course taught in Italian language, and you do not have an official certificate demonstrating a knowledge of Italian equal or higher than B2 (CEFR), you must sit a compulsory language test (generally scheduled for the end of August or the beginning of September) before proceeding with matriculation/enrollment phase (or taking an admission test, if required by the chosen degree course);
- If you do not have 12 years of previous school career you cannot apply for pre-enrollment but you can attend our Foundation Year to make up for the missing year and enroll at the University.
COVID-19: students Academic Year 21-22
Due to the restriction to the free circulation of people on the entire territory and the lock down of several activities here in Italy as well as in several other Countries, the University of Parma has provisionally adopted an online modality for its Bachelor and Master programs to allow students to follow the lessons, to take exams, etc..
The hope is of course that the pandemic will finish soon (the situation is improving in Italy, with the contagion curve decreasing day by day), but difficulties could be foreseen for travelling from one Country to another in the next few months.
For these reasons we offer, in parallel to the on-site lectures, the opportunity to follow the lectures remotely, at least until the situation would be totally recovered.
Thus, if you might experience difficulties to come to Italy and to arrange your stay in September when the program starts, you have the possibility to follow the lessons on line from your Country.