To be admitted to the Master degree programme in Information and Communication Engineering it is necessary:
to have a first-level university degree in Electric, Electronic Telecommunications or Information Engineering (or closely related disciplines) awarded by any internationally recognized university along with a corresponding study plan which proves acquired basic knowledge and competencies as required in the call for admission and the Didact regulations (available only in Italian).
Applicants who have not yet graduated within the application deadline are required to provide a certificate of enrollment which includes the expected graduation date. Once selected, those applicants need to submit a copy of the degree certificate not later than June 30, 2019 (for non-EU students) and October 31, 2019 (for EU students) in order to be admitted to the Master’s degree programme;
have a minimum upper-intermediate level of English (Level B2), according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), proved by one of the English language certifications (please check the CLA website).
Applicants who have received a degree awarded by any internationally recognized university whose official teaching language is English have to submit a written statement issued by their university stating that English is the official teaching language.
Citizens from an English-speaking country and/or who have graduated in an English-speaking country do not have to submit any English language certificates, but only a self-declaration attesting their status.
EU citizens and non EU citizens living in Italy, who have not yet the required level of English within the application deadline, are asked to declare the expected date in which they will achieve the required level of English (B2), and to submit a copy of the corresponding English language certificate before the enrollment in the Master’s degree programme