|In order to be admitted to a second-cycle degree course, one must hold a three-year university degree or diploma, or another qualification obtained abroad and recognised as suitable.
Graduates of the following three-year degree courses obtained at any university are admitted to the Second-Cycle Degree Course in Nursing and Midwifery Sciences, without any educational debts and with full recognition of the educational credits (ECTS) acquired:
Nursing (qualifying for the Health Profession of Nursing); Paediatric Nursing (qualifying for the Health Profession of Paediatric Nursing); Midwifery (qualifying for the Health Profession of Midwifery).
Subject to the opinion of the Second-Cycle Course Council (CCLM), qualifications obtained abroad with an overall course of study equivalent to the Italian one may be recognised, duly translated and validated by the competent Italian body (pursuant to art. 6(2) of Ministerial Decree No 509 of 3/11/99).
The previous careers of candidates with other qualifications will be assessed by the competent academic bodies, which, limited to those in a useful position in the ranking list, will assess them by identifying educational debts/ECTS credits. The modalities for covering identified training debts will be established by the competent academic bodies.