Art. 41 - SINGLE COURSES

 

It is possible, for one academic year, to attend single courses (hereinafter, “single courses”) created in bachelor’s and master’s degree programmes, take the relating exams and obtain a due certificate, also including the ECTS acquired. Please find as follows the cases in which it is possible to enrol in single courses:

 

1.    For cultural development and enhancement of professional skills. In such cases, enrolment is only allowed in single courses of bachelor’s and master’s degree programmes without restricted access. Enrolment is open to:

a.    people enrolled neither in Sapienza nor in other universities degree programmes (in this case only, up to two single courses per each academic year may be attended);

b.    students enrolled in Sapienza post-lauream programmes such as PhDs, Specialisation Programmes, Advanced Professional Courses, subject to prior authorisation of the relating educational bodies;

c.    students enrolled in other Italian universities;

d.    international students enrolled in foreign universities, subject to evaluation and approval of the competent consulates.

2.    To achieve the entry requirements (exams and ECTS) needed to enrol in Sapienza master’s degree programmes (for the current academic year or the following one).

In such case, enrolment in an unlimited number of courses of any restricted access bachelor’s and master’s degree programmes is also allowed, but only after entry requirements assessment. Enrolment is open to:

a.    graduates from Sapienza and other Italian and foreign universities;

b.    graduands from other Italian universities, subject to prior authorisation of the competent educational bodies.

The certificate of the exams taken in single courses will be available on Infostud and will be issued after the enrolment procedure for the master’s degree programme has been completed.

Exams taken in single courses cannot be taken into account when applying for programme shortening nor can they be included in the study plan of the degree programme in which students are enrolling.

Such exams cannot either be included in the bachelor’s degree programme or counted to average grades.

3.    To achieve the entry requirements needed for admission to Specialisation Schools or public competitions.

In this case, enrolment in an unlimited number of courses of any restricted access bachelor’s and master’s degree programmes is also allowed, by observing their mandatory attendance, if provided. Enrolment is open to:

a.    graduates from Sapienza and other Italian and foreign universities;

b.    graduands from other Italian universities, subject to prior authorisation of the competent educational bodies.

The certificate of the exams taken in single courses will be available on Infostud.

4.    To take in advance two exams of a master’s degree programme (without restricted access) in which students intend to enrol at Sapienza in the 2020-2021 academic year.

In such case, enrolment is only allowed in courses of master’s degree programmes without restricted access and subject to prior authorisation of the Degree Programme Commission. After enrolment, students must submit an application on stamped paper to have their exam recognised. Enrolment is allowed to Sapienza graduates only.

5.    To take exams for the acquisition of the 24 ECTS in compliance with Ministerial Decree no. 616/17, by enrolling in specific single courses indicated by Sapienza and included in the Course Catalogue of the 2020-2021 academic year.

6.    Costs. All students wishing to enrol in Sapienza single courses and holding an Italian or foreign degree, although they are state scholarship holders, must pay for each single course, by way of tuition fees:

  • € 360 for the single courses referred to in points 1 and 3;
  • € 100 for single courses referred to in points 2 and 4;
  • an amount calculated on the basis of the ISEE value up to € 100 each for the single courses referred to in point 5.

7.    Exemptions from tuition fees. The students indicated hereinafter are exempted from payment of tuition fees:

  • international students enrolled in foreign universities who wish to enrol in single courses within the framework of international mobility programmes and agreements characterised by mutuality;
  • students enrolled in Sapienza interuniversity bachelor’s and master’s degree programmes, even in partner universities, who enrol in single courses to acquire the ECTS provided for the students’ elective courses, with the exception of those delivered in tele-teaching.

8.    When to submit the application. There are no deadlines to submit the application. Students must request from the Educational Affairs Office of reference the code of single courses and/or any prior authorisations and then submit the application through Infostud, that will create a paying-in slip carrying the amount to be paid. The Student Affairs Office, after performing the due controls, will enable students to the exam booking procedure through Infostud.

9.    Deadline to take the exam. The exam relating to the single course attended must be taken within the academic year of application. Failure to abide by the above deadline will entail non-reimbursement.

10.   Non-EU citizens permanently residing abroad and holding a foreign degree, who wish to attend single courses, must submit a pre-enrolment application to single courses through UNIVERSITALY platform at www.universitaly.it to have their visa issued.

The procedures for visa issue shall be completed by November 30, 2020, subject to any further provision available at www.studiare-in-italia.it/studentistranieri/.

In addition to the above procedures, the non-EU citizens permanently residing abroad shall submit to Hello – Foreign Student Office a copy of their passport and residence permit.

On no account may the courses attended by students coming from foreign universities be taken into consideration to enrol in standard degree programmes, as provided for by Presidential Decree of March 26, 1970 no. 825.

11.   Single courses held at other universities. Sapienza students who wish to attend single courses at other universities must obtain a prior written authorisation from the competent educational bodies for the subsequent recognition of the exams taken. Such authorisation must be sent to the competent Student Affairs Office from the students’ institutional email account.

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