Following minimum requirements must be fulfilled by MISS applicants:
- a Bachelor’s or higher degree from an internationally recognized institution at university level include the equivalent of at least 60 credits from at least two of the following disciplinary areas: History and Philosophy, Economics, Law, Political Science, Sociology or Foreign Languages.
- good knowledge of the English language (min. B2 level of the European Common Framework)
- basic knowledge of a second foreign language (min. A2 level), other than Italian, from among the following: Arabic, Chinese, French, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, German
- a personal background with suitable professional vocational and academic experience appropriate to the interdisciplinary nature of the degree course
English Language Requirements
To participate in the selection procedure, candidates must possess one of the following international language certificates dated not earlier than March 2018:
- IELTS: no skill lower than 5.5,
- TOEFL Internet-based (or equivalent TOEFL paper based of TOEFL computer based): no skill lower than 21.
If you do not currently possess a valid language certificate, you will need to act promptly. Bear in mind that testing bodies have fixed examination schedules and take a certain length of time to issue certificates.
Exemptions: Candidates who have gained their degree (Bachelors or Master’s) from a university where the tuition takes place entirely in English in an EU country or in Australia, Canada, Japan, Norway, New Zealand, Russia, the USA, South Africa or Switzerland, are not required to submit an English Language certificate.
From November 21, 2019 until February 20, 2020 at 12.00 at noon (GMT+1)
NON-EU citizens living abroad
From March 05, 2020 until June 30, 2020 at 12.00 at noon (GMT+1)
EU students and NON EU students living in Italy
To view the requirements and documents necessary to complete the application check the call in the download section
Pakistani students who need a visa for study purposes to enroll in a master’s program in English must be aware that the Italian Diplomatic Representation (during the pre-enrolment procedure between March and the end of June) may ask them to submit proof of knowledge of the English language with a minimum IELTS score of 6.0 (C1 level for a master’s program).
Furthermore, the Italian Diplomatic Representation requires:
A maximum period of two or three years between receiving the last degree and the date of application for the master's program.
That the selected master’s program be a continuation of the previous field of study (exceptions can be made).
Bangladeshi students should already begin translating their study documents into Italian because appointments for translation may be closed by January/February of the following academic year. Translations must be done by official bodies recognized by Italian Diplomatic Representations. Students are obliged to submit these documents to the Embassy/Consulate during the pre-enrolment procedure (between March and the end of June).
International students should immediately contact the Italian Diplomatic Representation to verify which documents are required and if any extra documents are necessary in order to complete the pre-enrolment procedure and obtain the study visa.