1. Admission test. To enrol in a bachelor’s degree programme or a single cycle degree programme with restricted access, students must undergo an admission test and rank in the list within the number of available places. Dates and performance procedures of the admission test are indicated in the call for applications of each degree programme. The call for applications is issued at least 60 days before the admission test and is available at corsidilaurea.uniroma1.it. It is possible to sit more than one admission test, by paying the relating paying-in slips.
2. Enrolment procedures. Once candidates have passed the admission test, they must pay tuition fees according to the procedures indicated in the calls for applications referred to in paragraph 1.
Failure to pay the above fees within the deadline provided for by each call for applications will constitute a waiver of enrolment. The places that became available due to candidates’ waiver of enrolment will be made available to other candidates who sat the admission tests in accordance with the rules set forth in each call for applications.
3. Further Required Courses (OFA, Obblighi Formativi Aggiuntivi). Candidates’ placement in the list under the threshold set forth in each call for applications may entail the assignation of some Further Required Courses, that have to be mandatorily fulfilled according to the procedures established by the Faculties in the call for applications of each degree programme, and at all events within the first academic year. Should such Further Required Courses not be fulfilled by the end of the first academic year, students will not be able to take the exams of the years following the first. All information about Further Required Courses is available at www.uniroma1.it/it/pagina/obblighi-formativi-aggiuntivi-ofa.
4. Validity of the admission test for other degree programmes. Students who undergo an admission test (at Sapienza or at other universities) to enrol in a bachelor’s or a single cycle degree programme may also enrol in other open access degree programmes specified in each call for applications, without sitting a new test.
5. Programme shortening and part-time learning. With regard to the applications for programme shortening and part-time learning, reference should be made to articles 49 and 50 of these Regulations.