Enrollment for EU students and equivalent

International students enrolling at Ca' Foscari (also described as prospective or degree-seeking students) will find: outstanding teaching and research activities as well as cultural, sports and leisure activities; a wide range of study courses and learning activities, many of which international in scope; tailored services for every stage of their studies, from preliminary evaluation of qualifications necessary for admission and enrolment to careers services for job placement after graduation.  

After passing the pre-evaluation procedure through the university portal, applicants who receive their letter of enrolment eligibility and applicants who will participate in the entry test and be in the rankings can proceed with the enrolment process.

The following procedures are applied exclusively to international students from EU Member States and to those from Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and the Swiss Confederation, from the Republic of San Marino and the Holy See, even if holding a foreign qualification and to citizens of non-EU countries already officially residing in Italy as expressly indicated in Art. 39, comma 5, of Legislative Decree n. 2864 of the 25th of July 1988.

If you are a citizen of a non-EU country who needs an entry visa for long stays in Italy you will have to follow the procedures specified at the the webpage Enrollment for non-EU students requiring visa.

Deadlines for enrollment

Open-access bachelor’s and master’s degrees: 30th of September 2020.
Limited-access bachelor’s and master’s degrees: follow the procedures and deadlines of the related call for applications.

Exceptions:

  • open-access bachelor’s degrees: from October 1st to October 31st 2020 with additional €50,00 fee;
  • open-access master’s degrees: from November 18th to December 17th 2020 with additional €50,00 fee.

Bachelor’s degree programs

Applicants for bachelor’s degree programmes must have obtained a secondary school diploma after having completed at least 12 years of schooling.
To finalize the enrollment you must have uploaded in the “Documents” section of your profile on apply.unive.it all the following documents:

  • Higher Secondary School final Diploma and transcript of records (both in the original language and officially translated into Italian or English language if needed);
  • Statement of Comparability issued by CIMEA OR Declaration of Value;
  • English Language Certificate and/or Italian Language Certificate: level and requirements are specified on the specific course web page;
  • (only for non-EU students regularly residing in Italy): valid permit of stay from the list of permits mentioned in art. 39, comma 5, of Legislative Decree n. 2864 of the 25th of July 1998.

Lack of one or more of the above mentioned documents prevents the successful completion of enrollment procedures.

Open-access programs

Open-access bachelor’s degree programs don’t require an entry test for admission and candidates with an international qualification, after successfully passing the preliminary evaluation that has to be conducted through the university portal, will receive their letter of enrolment eligibility.

Enrollment for those who received the letter of enrolment eligibility for 2020/2021 academic year is due from July 1st to September 30th 2020.

A second enrollment window is also scheduled for open-access bachelor’s degrees between October 1st and October 31st, with an additional fee of € 50,00.

Enrollment procedure

  1. Make sure you meet all the requirements by the deadlines
  2. Create your unive profile
    Click on www.unive.it/registrazione to register.
    Make sure you have included your personal data accurately. These information will affect the following steps and your final enrollment (for example: your name(s) and surname(s) must be filled in exactly as they appear on your passport/ID).
    We suggest that you register using the same email address you used on apply.unive.it.
    If you have already registered in the past for different reasons, please use the account you have already created. If you forgot the password, please contact our Call Center to recover your credentials.
  3. Pre-enrollment
    Access your Personal Area (www.unive.it > scroll down all the way to the bottom) > click on MENÙ > Enrollment and start the procedure.
    Remember to upload the documents that were required on the first step again, even if you had already uploaded them on the university application portal.
  4. Payment
    At the end of the procedure, you’ll be asked to pay the first installment of annual fees. Follow the deadlines for payments mentioned above.
    If you have already been granted a tuition fee waiver or if you have been recognized the status of refugee or if you hold a MAECI or CRUI scholarship, please contact us at  welcome@unive.it before paying.
  5. Enrollment
    The Counseling and Welcome Unit will verify your enrollment application and will finalize the request as soon as possible.
    You will then receive an email containing your matriculation number and password. These credentials will substitute the previous ones and you’ll need them to access your Personal Area and webmail @stud.unive.it.
    Remember that your email address @stud.unive.it will be used for all official communications: make sure to check it regularly.

Limited-access programs

Limited-access bachelor’s degrees include an entry-test and applicants with an international qualification, after verifying their access title through the university portal, are guided towards the entry test.

Enrollment in limited-admission bachelor degrees is subordinated to a selection and inclusion in a ranking list
Make sure you meet all the requirements and you have all the mandatory documents by the deadlines.

Information on pre-enrollment, selection and enrollment procedures are included in admission calls and published on the degrees’ pages on the university website. 

Read the section Enrol> Admission of the pages of the specific bachelor degrees’ programs, which can be reached through www.unive.it/offertaformativa.

Master’s degree programs

Applicants for master’s degree programmes must have obtained a bachelor’s degree that is the result of at least 3 years of study. Depending on the programme of interest, applicants will need to demonstrate their possession of specific academic prerequisites in order to guarantee that they are adequately prepared to undertake their studies at the master’s level.

To finalize the enrollment you must have uploaded in the “Documents” section of your profile on apply.unive.it all the following documents:

  • Bachelor’s degree final Diploma and transcript of records (both in the original language and officially translated into Italian or English language if needed);
  • Statement of Comparability issued by CIMEA or Declaration of Value or Diploma Supplement;
  • English Language Certificate and/or Italian Language Certificate: level and requirements are specified on the specific course web page;
  • (only for non-EU students regularly residing in Italy): valid permit of stay from the list of permits mentioned in art. 39, comma 5, of Legislative Decree n. 2864 of the 25th of July 1998.

Lack of one or more of the above mentioned documents prevents the successful completion of enrollment procedures.

Open-access programs

Open-access Master’s Degrees don’t include an entry-test to get admitted, but applications from students with an international qualification, after the preliminary evaluation that has to be conducted through the university portal, are forwarded to a teaching committee that will verify minimum curricular requirements for accessing each specific program. 

Enrollment for those who have a letter of enrolment eligibility for the 2020/2021 academic year is due between July 1st and September 30th 2020.

A second enrollment window is also scheduled for open-access master’s degrees between November 18th and December 17th 2020 with an additional fee of € 50,00.

Enrollment procedure:

  1. Make sure you meet all the requirements by the deadlines
  2. Create your unive profile
    Click on www.unive.it/registrazione to register.
    Make sure you have included your personal data accurately. These information will affect the following steps and your final enrollment (for example: your name(s) and surname(s) must be filled in exactly as the appear on your passport/ID).
    We suggest that you register using the same email address you used on apply.unive.it.
    If you have already registered in the past for different reasons, please use the account you have already created. If you forgot the password, please contact our Call Center to recover your credentials.
  3. Pre-enrollment
    Access your Personal Area (www.unive.it > scroll down all the way to the bottom) > click on MENÙ > Enrollment and start the procedure.
    Remember to upload the documents that were required on the first step again, even if you had already uploaded them on the university application portal.
  4. Payment
    At the end of the procedure, you’ll be asked to pay the first installment of annual fees. Follow the deadlines for payments mentioned above.
    If you have already been granted a tuition fee waiver or if you have been recognized the status of refugee or if you hold a MAECI or CRUI scholarship, please contact us at  welcome@unive.it before paying.
  5. Enrollment
  6. The Counseling and Welcome Office will verify your enrollment application and will finalize the request as soon as possible.
    You will then receive an email containing your matriculation number and password. These credentials will substitute the previous ones and you’ll need them to access your Personal Area and webmail @stud.unive.it.
    Remember that your email address @stud.unive.it will be used for all official communication: make sure to check it regularly.

Limited-access programs

Limited-access master’s degrees, in addition to minimum requirements verification, include an entry-test for admission and candidates with an international qualification, after the preliminary evaluation that has to be conducted through the university portal, are guided towards the entry test.

Enrollment in limited-admission master’s degrees is subordinated to a selection and inclusion in a ranking list.
Make sure you meet all the requirements and you have all the mandatory documents by the deadlines.

Information on pre-enrollment, selection and enrollment procedures are included in admission calls and published on the degrees’ pages on the university website. 

Read the section Enrol > Admission of the pages of the specific master’s degree programs, which can be reached through www.unive.it/offertaformativa.


Credit recognition

You can enroll both in a bachelor’s or a master’s degree program asking for credit recognition of activities already carried out for:

  • another bachelor’s degree, master’s degree or professional master already obtained;
  • unfinished university career because of withdrawal or decay;
  • single courses (outside of a degree scheme);
  • stage/internship/work activity.

Enrollment with credit recognition is not allowed for students currently enrolled in another university programme for which suspension was requested.

Enrollment with credit recognitions is subject to the payment of a fee of €300,00: the invoice for the payment will be generated when enrollment is confirmed.

You don’t need to pay this fee if you request credit recognition for:

  • activities previously accomplished at Ca' Foscari (for example individual courses) if the code of courses corresponds to that of the study plan of the programme you are enrolling into. If the courses aren’t included in the specific study plan and are thus inserted in the free choice courses you will have to pay the 300 Euros fee;
  • transfers from other Universities.

Procedures and deadlines 

Credit recognition request must be carried out before enrollment

For further information on procedures and deadlines, read the section Enrol > Admission > Enrollment with ECTS (European Credit Transfer System Credits) credit recognition of the pages of the specific bachelor’s or master’s degree programs that can be reached through www.unive.it/offertaformativa.

Last update: 18/09/2020