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Admission procedure

How to apply? 

In order to apply to the Master's course, all students must present an admission application to the Education Committee of the course.

The application form (in fillable PDF format) for the Academic Year 2021-2022 is available here (for EU and Italian prospective students) and here (for non EU students). 

In order to finalize the application, the following documents must be provided along with the application form: Bachelor's degree and Transcript of records; Curriculum Vitae (in Italian or in English), Passport. 

All international prospective students whose country of residence lies outside of the European Union or the European Economic Area must send the application form to the International Students Desk of the University of Florence.  

All Italian and EU prospective students must send the application form to the Students Administration Office for Humanities and Education at the following email address: valutazione.domande(AT)

Applications will be evaluated in accordance to the participation requirements of the Course. 


Enrollment procedure:

Once the application is approved by the Education Committee, students receive a nulla osta and may proceed with the online enrollment procedure. 

To enroll in the master's degree, prospective students need to register with the Online student services first and then complete the online application. 

At the end of the registration, system will calculate the matriculation tuition and fees bill which must be paid within the aforementioned deadlines (see fees and charges or the Manifesto degli studi, section 13 for all fees and charges information).

It is possible to fill in the online enrolment application or pay the fees calculated by the system even beyond the deadline until 22 February 2021 by paying an additional administrative charge of € 100.

Important: Non-EU prospective students must first submit a pre-enrolment application on the portal Universitaly according to the deadlines set by the Ministry.

To finalize the procedure, in the case of the above mentioned non-EU students, the Bachelor's degree and the Transcript of records must be also translated into Italian or into English, legalized or apostilled by the Italian diplomatic mission in the country of origin along with the so called "dichiarazione di valore" (Declaration of Value) issued by the same Italian diplomatic mission (original and one copy).

Once the pre-enrollment application is returned by the Italian Representation in the country of origin, prospective non-EU students must proceed with the online application and submit the following documentation to the International Desk:

  • pre-enrolment application with authentication of signature and photograph, returned by the Italian Representation in the country of origin
  • Besides their bachelor academic title in original or certified copy, with official translation in Italian, and all validations needed for foreign academic titles (in Italian) students must produce also a diploma supplement in English, or a certificate indicating the exams passed and their syllabuses, on letterhead of the foreign university, officially stamped and signed. The certificate and the syllabuses, if not issued in English, must be translated into Italian or English and provided with an official declaration of conformity issued by the educational institution of origin.
  • Nullaosta (in Italian) released by the Academic board of the School of interest.

More information regarding admission procedure, deadlines and tuition fees are available here:

More information on the general procedure for entry, residence and enrolment at higher education institutions in Italy are available on the website Studiare in Italia (also in English here). 





last update: 11-June-2021
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