General registration procedures 2016-2017
The degree courses feature different access and matriculation rules.
Degree courses can be grouped into:
- free-access courses;
- courses with enrollment in chronological order;
- courses with local admission test;
- courses wtih national admission test.
Each course of study has its own deadlines pertaining admission procedures and tuition fee payment. Therefore, we advise checking with the Student Registry Office for each Degree Course.
The admission procedures to free-access courses beyond the fixed deadlines may be exceptionally approved upon a justified request to the Rector.
EU nationals and Eu-Equated citizens
EU nationals and Eu-equated applicants (independently of their place of residence), as well as non-EU citizens living in Italy on a regular stay permit, may enroll by directly submitting to the chosen Italian institutions their personal academic records or any other document issued by their home institutions.
Foreign documents must be translated into Italian and legalised by the competent Italian diplomatic Authorities abroad.
- Free access courses: to enroll to our University, students has to connect to www.unipr.it and click on banner "Iscrizioni on line" to refine the procedure.
- Courses with national admission test: To apply to the admission test the student has to register on the Universitaly website and choose the University. Once concluded the procedure he has to register on the University website.
Non-Eu citizens outside Italy
Non-EU citizens living outside Italy have to submit their pre-applications to the competent Italian Embassies or Consulates; it is a task of the students to forward the applications and attached documents to the Italian institutions concerned. When you have completed the pre-applications procedures, you will receive an Entry visa for Italy for study purposes.
Every year, each degree programme sets a quota of reserved places for non-EU students resident abroad.
The quota are available for students on each degree course. These quotas are set annually by a circular of the Italian Government.
For courses with free access the quota reserved for non-EU students may entail an admission test if the number of applications exceeds the number of reserved places.
For these non-EU students an Italian language test will be held on September 2nd, 2016 for all courses. Detailed information about the location of the language test can is available either in the admission notice or by contacting the Student registry office of the chosen course of study.
Detailed information about the location of the language test can is available either in the admission notice or by contacting the Students registry office of the chosen course of study.
The Italian language test is not required for students enrolling in one of the courses taught in English.
Marco Polo Project
The places provided for Chinese students are reserved exclusively for students participating in the Marco Polo project, a programme designed and developed by CRUI at the direct request of the Presidency of the Italian Republic to increase the number of Chinese students attending our universities.
Under this programme, universities are required to reserve a number of places in their courses for students participating in the Marco Polo project and to provide them with economic benefits, as established by each university.