International opportunities for students

Enrollment

Admitted EU students can enroll in the programme starting from mid-July.
Admitted Non-Eu are usually enrolled in the programme at the end of August/ beginning of September.
Further instructions are sent by email by the Student Support Service.

Tuition fees and scholarships

Tuition fees for EU students

Tuition fees for Italian and Eu students depend on their economic situation. It is possible to apply for a fee reduction with an "ISEE Università " (for italian students) or an Equivalent ISEE (for Eu students). Please see the dedicated webpages.


Tuition Fees for Non-Eu students

For Non-eu students, tuition fees for the first year depend on their application score:

  • Application score greater than or equal to 90: fees exemption for the first year.
  • Application score greater than or equal to 70 but less than or equal to 89:  tuition fees for the first year are € 1.000
  • Application score greater than or equal to 60 but less than or equal to 69: tuition fees for the first year are € 2.000
  • Application score greater than or equal to 50 but less than or equal to 59: tuition fees for the first year are 4.500

Tuition fees for the second year depend on the number of credits acquired during the first year by the deadline of August 10th:

  • Credits earned by August 10th are greater than or equal to 42:  fees exemption in the second year
  • Credits earned by August 10th are greater than or equal to 36  but less than 42: tuition fees for the second year are € 1.000
  • Credits gained by August 10th are greater than or equal to 24 but less than 36: tuition fees for the second year are € 2.000
  • Credits gained by August 10th are greater than or equal to 6 but less than 24: tuition fees for the second year are € 4.500 
  • Credits gained by August 10th are less than 6: tuition fees for the second year are € 6.000 

For those who graduate after the regular duration of the programme, tuition fees will be calculated according to the number of credits (CFU) gained during the first and second year and by August 10th of the last year of enrollment:

  • Credits gained by August 10th are greater than or equal to 84: fees exemption for the first year after the regular duration of the programme. Please note: the exemption is awarded only for  the first year beyond the regular duration of the Master's degree (2+1). For the following years beyond the regular duration tuition fees are € 1.000 per year
  • Credits gained by August 10th are greater than or equal to 72 but less than 84: tuition fees are € 1.000 for the first year beyond the regular duration of the programme
  • Credits gained by August 10th are greater than or equal to 48 but less than 72: tuition fees are € 2.000 for the first year beyond the regular duration of the programme
  • Credits gained by August 10th are greater than or equal to 12 but less than 48: tuition fees are € 4.500 for the first year beyond the regular duration of the programme
  • Credits gained by August 10th are less than 12: tuition fees are € 6.000 for the first year beyond the regular duration of the programme

Scholarships

Italian students and EU students can apply for scholarship, fees exemption and accomodation awarded by Opera Universitaria
Scholarships for Non-Eu students are awarded according to the application score: Non-Eu students who receive the highest application scores and who rank in the first places of the shortlist receive a UniTrento scholarship for the yearly amount of 7.200 €. Students who receive a scholarship have the fee exemption, too. Scholarships are notified by email

Attendance

Attendance is not mandatory but however it is strongly recommended. 
For some courses attendance is necessary to gain full coursework grades (especially hands-on courses and labs). If you cannot attend a course, reach out to the professor and inform him/ her.
 

Classes and semesters

Classes usually start mid-September. The academic year is divided into two semesters:
-    First semester (winter semester) from September to December
-    Second semester (spring semester) from February to the end of May/beginning of June

Students have three chances to take exams throughout the academic year (three "exams sessions" ).
-    The winter exam session usually starts mid-January until mid-February
-    The summer exam session usually starts mid-June until the beginning of July
-    The autumn session starts end August until mid-September

For information on courses, academic calendar, schedule, study plan and exams please see the website for enrolled students