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Access requirements

Admission to the Interuniversity Course of Studies in Philosophy requires a specific degree, curricular requirements and adequate personal preparation.

Qualification first-cycle degree; four-year degree awarded in accordance with the regulations in force prior to Ministerial Decree 509/1999 and subsequent amendments and additions; degree obtained abroad and recognised as suitable by the competent bodies of the University; other degrees recognised as equivalent by the competent bodies of the University.

Curricular requirements Possession of a degree in class L-5 (Philosophy); in the case of another degree, the incoming student must have acquired at least 60 ECTS credits in the academic disciplines indicated with M-FIL, L-FIL/LETT, M-PED, M-PSI, M-STO, SPS, L-ANT/02, L-ANT/03. Of these, at least 24 must have been obtained in the academic disciplines M-FIL/01 to M-FIL/08, M-STO/05, IUS/20.

Assessment of the adequacy of personal preparation The assessment of the student's personal preparation on entry is carried out by means of an interview in accordance with the procedures described in the study programme's teaching regulations.

Admission procedures

The Joint Course Committee considers requests for access from students whose university curricula deviate from the requirements and establishes alternative arrangements for pre-enrolment by making up the educational obligation.

Non-selective test

All students will have to undergo a compulsory interview to ascertain their possession of the necessary basic knowledge and understanding with a committee. If the student does not meet the curricular requirements or his or her initial preparation is deficient, the committee will establish a customised training course aimed at acquiring the relevant ECTS credits with examinations to be taken prior to enrollment.
The interviews to assess the knowledge required for admission to the Interuniversity Second-cycle Degree Course in Philosophy (Class LM-78) will have the following timetable in the 2021/22 academic year:

  • 24 October 2023, 12:30 p.m. in presence (classroom K 3) and remotely (using THIS LINK). Only one meeting with students and professors/instructors from the three Campuses will be held on Teams; 

  • 29 February 2024, 2.30 p.m., face-to-face (classroom D) and remote.