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Requisiti di ammissione e modalità di iscrizione

Admission criteria

You can apply for admission if you have either:

You can access this course only if you have obtained a degree or an equivalent qualification (bachelor's degree, a direct school for special purposes - 3 years), if you meet the curricular requirements and if you successfully pass the Prerequisites assessment.

CV requirements

In order to attend this course the student needs the following requirements, without any exclusion:

  • Degree (Laurea), M.Sc. (Laurea Magistrale), referred to D.M. 509/1999 or D.M. 270/2004, or a five-year degree (ante Ministerial Decree 509/1999) in Information Engineering or Computer Science or Industrial Engineering
  • adequate knowledge in:
    • mathematical analysis, geometry, physics, mathematical physics
    • electronics
    • Informatics
    • automatic
    • mechanics
    • telecommunications
    • sensor and actuator technologies
  • English-language B2 certificate, not older than 3 years like TOEFL, Cambridge Advanced English Test, IELTS, TOEIC. This document is not required if the language of instruction of your studies is in English and this is certified by an official document or letter from the University. If you should not have any English Certificate, you can enroll in the English Language B2 assessment test , which is fee-free for Robotics Engineering students or prospective ones
  • in accordance with the national legislation, students who at the moment of the admission do not have a sufficient written and oral knowledge of the Italian language, must take at least one of the two courses of Italian Language for foreign students scheduled in the current program table

Our two-years Master of Science programme (or laurea magistrale) can be attained by earning 120 CFU/ECTS.

Enroll in UniGe

Deadlines

  • applications by students with a non-EU degree: May 2022
  • applications by students with EU-based and Italy-based degree: 10th January 2023
  • for all students who have been accepted, the last deadline for the enrollment to UniGe is fixed on 10th January 2023 of the first academic year

Which kind of student are you?

If you want to enroll in a degree course of the University of Genoa, you have to complete your pre-enrolment online by filling in all the data related to your diploma.

Please note that non-EU students who have their residence abroad will have to pre-enrol at the Italian Embassy or Consulate in their Country even though they hold an Italian high school diploma.

Pre-enrolment

Italian Degree

Students who obtain an Italian degree can ask for the accreditation status of their academic qualification at CIMEA (Information Centre on Academic Mobility and Equivalence).

Useful information

For further information about entry visas, stay permits and the enrolment for foreign students in a degree course of higher education for the a.y. 2022-2023, vist MIUR.

Contacts

International Students Office (SASS)
Piazza della Nunziata 6
16124 Genova
+39 010 209 51525
sass@unige.it

If you want to enroll at the University of Genoa you have to register at SASS office, where you also have to submit your diploma –translated into Italian and legalised – accompanied by its Declaration of Value, and then complete the pre-enrolment on line.

Pre-enrolment

Document you have to submit

If you want to enrol at the University of Genoa, you have to submit the following documents:

  • your diploma, in the original or in a certified copy, duly legalised by the Embassy or the Consulate;
  • the Italian translation of your diploma issued by the Embassy or the Consulate OR translated by an official translator and then certified by the Embassy or the Consulate or approved by the Italian Court
  • the Declaration of Value issued by the Embassy or the Consulate, OR any document issued by an ENIC-NARIC centre (visit the Italian ENIC-NARIC centre: www.cimea.it), OR the documents issued by the Embassy or the Consulate located in Italy and representing the foreign country where you have obtained your diploma
  • any certificate attesting your successful completion of the admission test – if any – required by the university of your country.

If you have obtained a diploma after less than 12 years of school, you also have to submit one of the following documents:

  • the academic certificate attesting the successful completion of the exams scheduled for the 1st year or for the first two years of your degree study programme
  • an official Italian or foreign post-secondary diploma obtained in a higher education institution – universities excluded – in subjects related to the degree course you have applied for, having a duration of one or two years
  • any certificate issued by an Italian University attesting the successful completion of foundation courses

These documents should attest the attendance to courses during at least one or two years, according to whether your country has a 10-year or an 11-year education system.

If you want to enrol in a master’s degree course, besides your bachelor’s degree, you also have to submit the following documents:

  • the original certificate attesting all the teaching units you have attended and all the exams you have passed approved by the Embassy or the Consulate
  • the course contents and the study programmes of the teaching units included in your degree course duly certified by the University
  • an Italian official translation of the certificate as well as of the single units’ study programmes, unless they are issued in English, French, Spanish or Portuguese

You must hand over all your documents related to your diploma to SASS (the International Students Office) to complete your enrolment.

If you are a non-EU student, you must hand over at SASS your residence permit as well.

Please note: if you hold a student residence permit and you decide to withdraw from studies you will not be able to enrol again in the same course or in any other course.

Italian Degree

Students who obtain an Italian degree can ask for the accreditation status of their academic qualification at CIMEA (Information Centre on Academic Mobility and Equivalence).

Useful information

If you need help to find accommodation, to obtain the residence permit as well as the Italian fiscal code, or if you need information about healthcare, bus passes or university canteens, or about how to open a new bank account, please contact SASS.

For further information:

Contacts

International Students Office (SASS)

Piazza della Nunziata 6
16124 Genova
+39 010 209 51525
sass@unige.it

To apply, please visit the DreamApply UniGe website and follow the instructions therein.

  • submit your pre-enrollment on the Universitaly website, 2022, choosing the University of Genoa and the course you want to apply for
  • refer to the Italian Embassy or Consulate for Italian translation and legalization of your diploma and for the issue of Declaration of Value
  • ff the University of Genoa accepts your application, contact the Italian Embassy or Consulate that you indicated in the pre-enrollment for the issue of study visa

For further information please check the MIUR website.

Completa la tua iscrizione al corso

Iscriviti

Per completare la tua iscrizione:

  • conferma di volerti iscrivere a questo corso di studi
  • carica un documento di identità non scaduto e una foto formato fototessera, se non l’hai già caricata in fase di pre-immatricolazione
  • in caso di passaggio di corso di studi o rinuncia, paga ulteriori 16 € per imposta di bollo
  • paga la prima rata delle tasse

Sostieni la verifica dei prerequisiti

Per completare la tua iscrizione devi ancora sostenere la verifica dei prerequisiti, che accerterà le tue conoscenze pregresse.

Segui le istruzioni per capire le modalità ed i tempi.

FAQ

Admissions – Enrollment - Course change

Depending on which kind of student you are (Italian, EU, non-EU, with or without Italian BSc, with or without Italian or EU residence) in order to apply for the MSc in Robotics Engineering you have to submit following documents:

  1. CV with Identity photo
  2. Academic degree and transcripts of all university studies with translation into English, i.e. Bachelor, Master or equivalent. If the degree has not to be obtained yet, a certificate from the institution indicating the situation of the student and the expected date of graduation must be provided
  3. Motivation letter
  4. Recognized International English test Certificate, not older than 3 years, at least a CEFR/QCER B2-level. Only TOEFL, Cambridge Advanced English Test, IELTS or TOEIC are recognized. This document is not required if the language of instruction of your studies is in English. The fact must be certified by an official document or letter from the University. In that case, submitting an English Test Certificate is not compulsory, but can add value to your application.

After the selection procedure, the selected students will be informed about the following steps. Please note that the selection procedure (for international students) for the academic year 2022-2023 will be open until May 31, 2022.

The last deadline for enrollment is fixed in January of the first Academic Year.

Yes, you can be admitted, but in order to be in line with the Italian legislation, you should add to your study plan at least one of the two courses of Italian Language for foreign students scheduled in the current programme table.

No, it doesn’t.

Yes, upon successful evaluation by the program coordinator. The workflow is as follows:

  1. send your transcripts, passport, CV, English-level certificate, and any other relevant document to emaro-robeng@dibris.unige.it for evaluation
  2. if the response is positive, the coordinator will notify the International Student Office - SASS by email with you in copy
  3. you will have to interact with SASS from that moment on.

Robotics Engineering requires BSc students to graduate before January 10th of the first year of study. Therefore, if you graduate in January/February X, you should start attending classes in September X. However, if

  1. only the thesis is missing
  2. there are no outstanding BSc courses
  3. you really attend Robotics Engineering classes, then you can start from September X-1.

Yes, but your transcripts need to be evaluated to ascertain whether you are qualified. The workflow is as follows:

  1. send your transcripts to emaro-robeng@dibris.unige.it
  2. if the response is positive, the coordinator will notify the International Student Office - SASS by email with you in copy
  3. you will have to interact with SASS from that moment on.

Yes, but your transcripts need to be evaluated to ascertain whether you are qualified. The workflow is as follows:

  1. send your transcripts to the coordinator of the program you want to be enrolled to, by email
  2. if the response is positive, the coordinator will notify the International Student Office - SASS by email with you in copy
  3. you will have to interact with SASS from that moment on.

Most probably yes, but upon successful evaluation by the program coordinator. The workflow is as follows:

  1. send your transcripts, passport, CV, English-level certificate, and any other relevant document to emaro-robeng@dibris.unige.it for evaluation
  2. if the response is positive, the coordinator will notify the International Student Office - SASS by email with you in copy
  3. you will have to interact with SASS from that moment on.

JEMARO and EMARO

You’ll find all information about how to apply and the deadlines on the JEMARO website.

Starting from the academic year 2019-20, all students can apply only for the national tracks. For students enrolled in Robotics Engineering, at the end of the first year it is possible to apply to become an EMARO student, with mandatory second year mobility to a Consortium partner.

Becoming an EMARO student, the student will have to pay the EMARO tuition fees, accept EMARO rules, and will get a double degree.

A limited number of positions are available (less than 5 each year) and students will be selected on the basis of performance, average grading, etc.

M1 students shall pay the tuition fees applicable at the M1 Hosting institution and M2 students shall pay the EMARO tuition fees, which will be defined each year.

UniGe the annual tuition fees and taxes range from 136€ to 3.000€, depending on the family income. Tuition waivers are offered to students who achieved significant academic merits. The average tuition fees paid by international students enrolled at UniGe is about 350€ per year.

English certificates

Yes, a recognized International English Certificate of Level B2, not older than 3 years, is required. TOEFL, IELTS, CAE or TOEIC are accepted and no other test is recognized.

This document is not required if the language of instruction of your studies is English. The fact must be certified by an official document or letter from the University. In that case, submitting an English Test Certificate is not compulsory, but can add value to your application.

Yes. If you don’t submit the English Certification at the time of enrollment, you have time until January 10th of the first academic year.

You can register in the “internal” UniGe B2 English test, offered by the Polytechnic School. For more information: https://scuolapolitecnica.unige.it/en/englishAssessmentCourses.

The test is free of charge for RobEng students or prospective RobEng students.

It depends on the type of certificate and the level X. If you have a Cambridge FCE certificate, B2 is equivalent to a score in-between 160 and 179 (grade B and C). If you have a Cambridge CAE, B2 is equivalent to a score in between 160 and 179.

If you have a Cambridge IELTS certificate, B2 is equivalent to a score in-between 5.5 and 6.5. If you have a TOEFL iBT certificate, B2 is equivalent to a score in-between 72 and 94.

If you have a TOEIC certificate, it is not possible to easily define an equivalent to the CEFR/QCER B2 level. In the latter case, contact the program coordinator.