Admission requirements - Knowledge of access
According to the D.M. 270/04, for admission to the course it is necessary to have a secondary school diploma or equivalent qualification obtained abroad, in addition to the requirements of the educational regulations.
In addition, the student must possess a satisfactory level of general knowledge, good expressive abilities and attitudes to reasoning and argumentation and mastery of the English language with a level of knowledge at least at the B2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
Any deficiency of the required skills is ascertained through a self-assessment test, at the beginning of the program, that will focus on the subjects specified in the Didactic Regulations, and supervised by tutoring activities. In the case of non-positive verification, individual tutoring interventions are made available to students, including a path to recover the deficiencies highlighted by the test.
The initial preparation will be verified by the Test for the Assessment of Minimum Requirements (TARM) | Read more