The 2nd level Specializing Master’s Programme is intended for Italian and foreign citizens.
Applicants must hold a full degree (Master of Science degree/Laurea specialistica/Laurea magistrale) in one of the following fields:
- LM-27 Telecommunication Engineering
- LM-29 Electronic Engineering
- LM-25 Automation Engineering
- LM-32 Computer Engineering
- LM-17 Physics
- LM-18 Computer Science
- LM-44 Physics and mathematics for engineering
- LM-21 Biomedical Engineering
- LM-40 Mathematics
Upon specific and motivated request of the candidate, the Selection Committee will consider for admission also candidates that graduated in a field not listed above, if adequate supporting documentation will be uploaded, including official transcript(s) issued by the University of origin or self-certification, as specified in the page called "Documentation
", containing the full list of all the exams, grades and course syllabi. These documents are required to testify that candidates own the scientific and cultural background knowledge requested to successfully attend the Specializing Master’s Programme.
The Selection Committee will evaluate candidates who have not graduated yet upon condition that they will obtain the necessary degree within the enrolment deadline. In case they will not obtain the degree within the enrolment deadline, they will not be admitted to the Programme.
All candidates must prove to have a good knowledge of the English language, which must be certified by a language certificate included in the list of accepted certificates (see Table "English language certificates
" in order to know the required level and accepted certificates).
Candidates can be exempted from having the IELTS 5.5 certificates by providing a stamped declaration/certificate written on official letter headed paper, which certifies that:
a) They have attended at least one school year at a high school in which the medium of instruction is English. In this case the school must issue a certificate stating that “The medium of instruction is English”.
b) They have a foreign high school diploma which is recognized by the Italian Ministry of Education and Research as equivalent to the Italian high school diploma (diploma di maturità), or they have a higher qualification awarded by a higher education institution in which the medium of instruction is English.
In both cases the school must issue a certificate stating that “The medium of instruction is English”.
With regard to points “a” and “b”, please note that diplomas awarded by high schools in the USA, UK , Canada, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand do not need to include the phrase “The medium of instruction is English”.