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Assessment of Adequacy of Personal Readiness

What is

The Assessment of Adequacy of Personal Readiness is the tool provided by the Educational Regulations to assess your preparation for the purpose of matriculation to the Master's Degree.

Who should conduct the Verification

How to access

To be admitted to the course you must pass a requirements assessment. You will have to upload the following documents on the UniGe Online Services portal by the deadlines indicated by the Course. The Committee will assess the suitability of your career and preparation based on the following criteria and scores set by the Course.

For all candidates

  • graduation certificate including the list of exams taken (Transcript of Records) containing the educational objectives of each
  • curriculum vitae
  • documents proving knowledge of the English language:
    • B2 certificate
    • degree/master's degree taught in English

If you do not have any certification and do not fall under the above cases, the requirement can be fulfilled by passing the B2 test provided by the University's Language Skills Development Department - CLAT. You can register for the test CLAT B2 English, which is free of charge for prospective Computer Engineering students.

If you do not have any certification and do not fall under the previous cases, the requirement can be fulfilled if you have a secondary school diploma obtained in Italy.

For foreign candidates only:

  • Certification of knowledge of Italian language equal to level B2. Failure to possess the certification will not prevent enrolment, but will entail the need to take at least one exam dedicated to learning Italian during the course.
  • A brief description of the course.

  • A brief description of the university at which the academic qualification(s) was (were) awarded and the syllabus of the degree course(s) awarded.

How it works

The test consists of a interview with a Commission and is designed to test the candidate's general preparation, particularly knowledge of the fundamentals of engineering and the applied and professional aspects related to specific subjects in the following subject areas:

  • basic disciplines (mathematics, physics, chemistry)
  • .
  • informatics (procedural and object-oriented programming)
  • signal processing and treatment (fundamentals of electrical communication, biomedical signal analysis techniques)
  • electronics (electromagnetics, circuits, instrumentation elements)

Where and when

Interviews to verify individual preparation:

  • 05 September 2023
  • 26 September 2023
  • 14 November 2023
  • 23 January 2024
  • 20 February 2024

To register for interviews: dedicated Aulaweb page to be activated soon

English B2 language assessment test:

  • Thursday 16 May registration from 17 April, by 9 a.m. on 6 May 2024
  • Thursday 13 June registration from 17 May, by 9 a.m. on 3 June 2024
  • Wednesday 26 June registration from 27 May, by 9 a.m. on 17 June 2024
  • Thursday 19 September registration from 19 August, by 9 a.m. on 9 September 2024
  • Thursday 21 November registration from 21 October, by 9.00 a.m. on 11 November 2024
  • .
  • Thursday 23 January enrolment from 23 December, by 09.00 on 13 January 2025
  • Thursday 13 February registration from 13 January, by 9 a.m. on 3 February 2025

Candidates will receive instructions on where the tests will be held (online at Microsoft Teams or in a classroom in the Department).

To prepare you

Apposite Aulaweb page to be activated soon