Since the degree course is subject to nationwide admission scheduling, it is necessary to take an admission test, which is then used to draw up a ranking list that allows for actual enrolment onto the degree course itself.
The admission test consists of a series of questions grouped into five homogenous sections to be answered in an allotted time:
- General Culture;
- Logical Reasoning;
- Drawing and Representation;
- Mathematics and Physics.
Applications for the admission test are prepared each year on the basis of the ministerial secondary school syllabus in order to check the students' basic knowledge of the minimum requirements for university studies.
The notice, issued 60 days before the test itself, and all the news about the admission tests (available places and calendar) can be found on this webpage.