1. Entry requirements and admission test. Students wishing to enrol in a master’s degree programme with restricted access must have specific entry requirements, to be acquired before enrolment.
To achieve the entry requirements provided for admission, graduates may enrol in single courses according to the procedures set forth in art. 41 of these Regulations, whereas students who have not graduated yet may take exams pursuant to art. 6 of Royal Decree no. 1269/38 according to the procedures set forth in art. 42 of these Regulations.
Besides the possession of entry requirements, an assessment of the student qualifications is provided, unless otherwise specified in the call for applications of each degree programme, that will be published at corsidilaurea.uniroma1.it.
2. Enrolment procedures. To enrol in master’s degree programmes with restricted access, students who passed the qualification assessment (or the admission test, if provided for by the call for applications) and rank among the successful candidates of the list, must either pay the first instalment of tuition fees or make a one-off payment. Failure to pay tuition 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. Graduands. Should the call for applications to the degree programme provide for it, also Sapienza students who have not graduated yet may participate in the qualification assessment (or in the admission test, if provided for by the call for applications), without prejudice to the obligation to graduate by January 20, 2021.
Graduands coming from other Italian universities must abide by the rules indicated in the relating call for applications.
4. 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.