Admission tests

For access to the a.y. 2022/23  the test will take place in presence.
There will eventually be a minimum threshold for inclusion in the ranking list and an upper threshold that guarantees enrolment.
Candidates with lower marks may wait for the final ranking to be drawn up at the end of all test sessions or take the test again in one or more subsequent sessions. In this case, the result of the last test cancels the previously acquired one.
Enrolment on any remaining places will take place in order of ranking, until all available places are filled.
The test consists of 42 questions to be answered in h. 1.30; the questions are divided into four sections relating to four different subject areas: logic and mathematics, text comprehension, general culture and design culture. The questions in the latter area serve to test the ability to critically address certain topics related to the project activity. The questions aim to ascertain the candidates' sensitivity and interest in the issues of environmental sustainability and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, SDGs, of the 2030 Agenda (such as the life cycle of products/services and the reduction of environmental impacts for the pursuit of Sustainable Development), of technological culture (such as knowledge of how and why products are made in relation to their social use and how to understand the relationship between form/function/materials), of the history of the project (such as the history of architecture, design, visual communication and graphics and knowing how to place buildings, products and graphic interventions in a specific historical-cultural phase), and of representation (such as verifying the ability to relate the spatiality of objects with their representation - two- and three-dimensional - and verifying minimum requirements of knowledge of the codes of graphic-technical languages).

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