Access requirements

Admission to the degree course in Architecture, Regeneration and Sustainability requires an upper secondary school diploma or another recognised foreign qualification.

For international candidates, who hold a qualification obtained abroad and require an entry visa in Italy, it is also required that they pass the Italian language proficiency test. The relevant information is available on the Non-EU Students webpage.


Admission procedures

Since the degree course is subject to nationwide admission scheduling, it is necessary to take an admission test on the basis of which a ranking list is drawn up that enables actual enrolment onto the degree course itself. From A.Y. 2020/2021 there is no minimum score for inclusion in the ranking list. However, candidates who fail to provide answers to any of the questions will not be included in the ranking list.
Once they have passed the admission test, those in possession of an upper secondary school diploma or a qualification obtained abroad after at least 12 years of schooling (as described by the MUR) may register for the course.
The maximum number of places available and the timetable for admission tests for each academic year are set out in a specific call for applications and the relevant Rectoral Decree. More information can be found on the Admission Test page.