Art. 41 - SINGLE COURSES


Students may attend single courses held as part of Bachelors and Masters Degree Programmes, take the course exams, and receive credit and certification of attendance, in the following cases:

  1. Cultural Education and Integration of Professional Competences

In this case, students may enrol only in courses held as part of degrees that do not have an admission test. This includes:

a.  Individuals who are not enrolled in any university programme either in Sapienza or in other universities (only in this case, the student may attend a maximum of two single courses for each academic year).

b.  Students enrolled in post-degree programmes at Sapienza (PhD, Specialisations, Master Courses) must receive authorisation from their didactic coordinator.

c.  Students enrolled at other Italian universities

d.  Students from foreign universities, following evaluation and approval by the relevant consular offices.

  1. To satisfy curricular requirements (exams and credits) for admission to Masters Degrees (for the current or subsequent academic year).

In this case, students may enrol in courses held as part of Bachelors or Masters degree programmes, including those with admission tests. This includes:

a.    Graduates from Sapienza, as well as other Italian and foreign universities.

b.    Students enrolled at other Italian universities, following authorisation from their didactic coordinator.

In this case, exams taken by students as single courses will be added to the transcript, if they are Sapienza graduates, while students from other universities will receive certificates.

The certification of exams taken as single courses will be provided only following the enrolment in a Masters degree programme.

Exams taken as single courses are not valid for programme reduction requests.

Exams taken as single courses are not part of the first level of studies and do not count towards the GPA.

  1. To satisfy admission requirements for specialisation schools or public calls.

In this case, students may enrol in courses held as part of Bachelors or Masters degree programmes, including those with admission tests. This includes:

a.    Graduates from Sapienza, as well as other Italian and foreign universities.

b.    Students enrolled at other Italian universities, following authorisation from their didactic coordinator.

In this case, exams taken by students as single courses will be added to the transcript, if they are Sapienza graduates, while students from other universities will receive certificates.

  1. Advanced Placement: to take two Masters Degree courses (only in programmes without admission exams) to which the student will enrol in academic year 2019-20.

Only for Sapienza graduates.

  1. To take exams required to acquire 24 CFUs as per Bill 616/17 by enrolling in specific single courses included in the 208-19 course catalogue.
  2. Cost – Anyone intending to attend a single course at Sapienza, with an Italian or foreign degree, even if scholarship holders, must pay tuition fees for single courses as follows:
  • €360 for single courses as specified in points 1 and 3;
  • €100 for single courses as specified in points 2 and 4;
  • An ISEE-based flat fee (maximum of €100) per single course specified in point 5.

Tuition Fee Exemptions

Foreign students enrolled at foreign universities that request to take single courses as part of reciprocal international mobility programmes and agreements;

Students on inter-university Bachelors and Masters degree programmes at Sapienza, even if they are enrolled at partner universities, that enrol in single courses to acquire elective creditswith the exception of on-line courses;

Application. There are no application deadlines.

Applications must be submitted via the on-line Infostud platform after having contacted your didactic coordinator to acquire the single course codes and receive all necessary authorisation. Following the application, the system will provide you with a tuition fee slip to print out. The administration will check the application and, if there are no issues,  abilitate students to book exams (also on the Infostud platform).

  1. Exams for single coursesmust be taken during the academic year for which the application has been made. Tuition fees will NOT be reimbursed if students do not take the exam during the relevant sessions.
  2. Students with Foreign degreeswho wish to take single courses must follow the procedures described above and present a photocopy of their degree, passport and residence permit (permesso di soggiorno) to the administration.

As established by Bill N. 825 (March 26, 1970), single courses taken by students at foreign universities are NOT valid for enrolment in regular degree progammes.

Non-EU citizens residing abroad must present a pre-selection application to the Italian consular office as follows:

  • By August 24, 2018 for first semester courses;
  • By December 28, 2018 for second semester courses;
  1. Single courses at other Universities.

Students enrolled atSapienza, who wish to attend single courses at other universities, must obtain a written authorisation from their didactic coordinator so that the course credits will be recognised. Said authorisation must be submitted to the relevant administration.

 

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