If you believe in your passion for the sea and want it to become your future job opportunity,
REGISTER TO THE COURSE IN MARINE SCIENCES!
If you wish to enroll at the University of Milano-Bicocca, and specifically at Marine Sciences post-graduate degree, there is a specific procedure to follow which depends on your nationality and qualifications.
Further information for students applying from outside the EU is available here.
Deadlines and procedures for submission of the application
Admission procedures vary according to the student’s nationality and place of residence.
Applications open on the 15th of April 2019
- 1st time-window (reserved to NO-UE students requiring VISA): deadline 9th of May 2019 – Interview and computer-based test (multiple choice questionnaire) 13th of May;
- 2nd time-window (All students): deadline 9th September 2019 – Interview and computer-based test (multiple choice questionnaire) 13th of September.
- 3rd time-window (All students): deadline 8th January2020 – 20 January 2020 – Interview and computer-based test (multiple choice questionnaire) 3rd of February.
SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED WITH THE APPLICATION BY CANDIDATES HOLDING A FOREIGN DEGREE.
- Copy of the degree required for admission (in Italian or English)
- Transcript of records (in Italian or English)
- Official translation in Italian or English, if the degree is issued in other languages
- Diploma Supplement, Dichiarazione di Valore in loco or CIMEA’s Statement of comparability of foreign qualifications, if already held by the candidate during the on line application
- Any other documents held by the candidate that are useful to assess the degree (e.g. Syllabus)
DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED WITHIN 45 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF THE ENROLMENT BY STUDENTS ADMITTED WITH A FOREIGN DEGREE:
- “Dichiarazione di Valore” (issued by your Embassy), or Diploma Supplement or CIMEA’s Statement of comparability of foreign qualifications.
IMPORTANT: European students can replace documents listed at points 1 and 2 with a statement in Italian or English language.
Access to the Master’s Degree is subject to the possession of specific curricular requirements (indicated in Art. 5 of the Teaching Regulations) and to the adequacy of the preparation staff checked in accordance with the provisions of art. 6 of the Teaching Regulations.
It is also required to possess an English language certificate, issued by the University or accredited by the University, at least at level B2. For the purposes of enrollment, the student must declare during the online application that he/she has no English B2 certification and wishes to take the exam at University of Milan-Bicocca. To be eligible for the exam, you must have a valid identity document. Those who have obtained a Bachelor’s degree in English are exempt from attending language certification. Those who do not possess an English language certification can take the exam at:
University of Milano-Bicocca
Room 732, third floor, building U7
Via Bicocca degli Arcimboldi, 8 – 20126 Milano.
Dates of English exam will soon be available
If your documents are ready, please go to this page for registration: Online Student Registry.
After registration (if ever done previously) you must continue to “assessment test” and follow the instructions.
If you are an Italian student, please follow this link: Segreterie Online.
Interview and computer-based (multiple choice questionnaire) assessment test of applicants’ suitability to attend the course will be carried out to evaluate basic knowledge of geology, biology, chemistry and geography, all necessary prerequisites to complete the proposed course successfully.
The assessment and the interview are also an opportunity to indicate areas requiring further study, and suggest personalized remedial study plans. Should candidates have significant knowledge gaps, they will be advised on the particular subjects/exams requiring further study in order to be accepted on the Master’s Course. Both. The assessment and interview, will be conducted in English.
The computer-based test can be performed either online (on distance, for foreign applicants) or at a UNIMIB lab.
The venue will be comunicated in our e-learning session.