Advanced Professional Courses: : Call 2022-23
Enrolment deadline extended
New enrolment deadline: January 31, 2023.
The deadlines for paying the first or single fee instalment are also extended from February 15, 2023, to February 28, 2023, for all Advanced Professional courses.
More information on the Italian version of this page.
Advanced Professional Courses: Call 2022-23
Applications open until 16 January 2023.
Fill in the application form as indicated in the call for applications, pay the admission test fee and follow the "Come iscriversi" instructions you will find on the page of the course you are interested in.
Advanced Professional Courses: collect your parchment from from November 7 to 25, 2022
To collect your parchment, go to the Advanced Professional Courses Unit (Settore Master) from November 7 to 25, 2022. Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays from 10 a.m. to 12 noon - Tuesday and Thursday from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm on Main Campus Via Regina Elena 334, General Services Building CU029, staircase C, 2nd floor.
Click on the Italian version of this page for the full list of Advanced Professional Courses.
What is an Advanced Professional Course?
An Advanced Professional Course (Master in Italian) is a course that students and experts can choose to attend after their Bachelor's or Master's Degrees.
There are two types of Advanced Professional Courses:
- First-level Advanced Professional Courses are open to anyone with a Bachelor's degree.
- Second-level Advanced Professional Courses require a Master's degree (or equivalent, obtained after 5 years of study).
Advanced Professional Courses normally last at least one year and have different start dates. Admission is restricted to a limited number of students to ensure personal supervision by professors and tutors. Selection is conducted through interviews and/or other forms of evaluation.
The instructions for the selection procedures will be in the Calls and in the Advanced Professional Course's webpage.
At the end of the course, students will get an Advanced Professional Course Diploma (first or second level).
At the end of the course, participants receive a certification/diploma. To obtain the diploma, students must earn at least 60 credits, in addition to the credits already obtained for a Bachelor's degree (180 credits) or a Specialist/Master's degree (300 credits). Advanced Professional Course objectives and programmes are set by the department or faculty providing the course. Advanced Professional Courses can also be organised in collaboration with public or private institutions.
The programme consists of lectures, individual study, tutorials, laboratory work, and conclude, as a rule, with an internship in a relevant institution or company. There may be periodic assessments to verify student progress, in addition to a final exam at the end of each course. Attendance is mandatory, and students must not be simultaneously enrolled in any other university course (undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, or other master courses). Regulations