1. Five-year upper secondary school diploma. To be admitted to a bachelor’s degree programme or to a single cycle master’s degree programme, students must have obtained a five-year upper secondary school diploma or any other suitable title of study got abroad and recognised as being equivalent. Students holding a foreign title of study have to apply by making a pre-selection from the Course Catalogue (as far as degree programmes provide for it), within the deadline indicated per each degree programme.
2. Four-year upper secondary school diploma. Admission is allowed also to students holding a four-year upper secondary school diploma issued by schools where a supplementary year was not provided. In this case, students must fulfil the Additional Learning Requirements assigned by the Faculty.
The four-year Italian upper secondary school diplomas achieved abroad are valid to enrol in a university and do not provide for the fulfilment of any Additional Learning Requirements (except those assigned according to the test results) (Interministerial Decrees of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and of the Ministry of Education, University and Research of August 4, 2010 and September 6, 2012).