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Access to the Course is gained by possessing a five-year secondary school diploma or a qualification obtained abroad that is considered equivalent in accordance with the regulations in force (or with a four-year upper secondary school diploma - obtained in accordance with the school system prior to Legislative Decree No. 226/2005, according to the relevant ministerial instructions). If you have obtained an upper secondary school diploma with a score of less than 90/100, if you cannot claim in compensation the acquisition of university credits to an extent deemed appropriate by the Course Council, you will take a test to ascertain individual skills (TE.L.E.MA.CO: TEst of Logic And MAthematic and Verbal Comprehension) according to the procedures defined at the University level.
Do you have a foreign baccalaureate degree?
If you have a foreign high school diploma, you will have to take a Italian language proficiency test. If you fail the test, you will have to take a remedial Italian language course at the School of Italian Language and Culture for Foreign Students.
You will also have to take, like all other students, the initial knowledge test.
Verification of the initial preparation of this course is through TE.L.E.MA.CO, a TEst of Logic AND MAthematic and Verbal COmprehension.
TE.L.E.MA.CO is a self-assessment test that allows you to gain awareness of your level of preparedness, and the areas that need improvement, in order to successfully tackle your first year of study.
The test assesses some basic and some more advanced skills, depending on the course of study.
The verification is mandatory and can be taken on three dates, in September, October and November.
You can confirm enrollment, attend classes and take in-progress tests even if you have not passed or have not yet taken the verification.
If you do not pass the verification (or if you do not attend any of its three editions) you will be given Additional Educational Obligations (OFA) which you can fulfill by December through a self-training online course and by passing a verification (TE.S.E.O.) for which there are 3 editions.
If you have not yet made up the OFAs by the end of December, you will have to take some first-year exams as a priority and, until you have passed at least 12 CFUs of those exams, you will be prevented from taking the other exams.
If, at the beginning of the second year, you have not yet made up your OFAs, you will be able to register for the second time, but as a repeater, and will not be able to plan to take teachings from years beyond the first.
Visit the UniGe page of TE.L.E.MA.CO. for more information about:
- test dates and arrangements
- manner of passing OFAs
Are you a student with disability orDSA?
Remember that you are entitled to take the test in different ways. All necessary information is available at the web page dedicated to TE.L.E.MA.CO. and, in particular, in the section Students with disabilities and DSA.
The link to register for the test is available in the Booking for the test section of the webpage TE.L.E.MA.CO.