In order to be admitted to the two-year Master’s degree course in Mathematics applicants are required to have a Bachelor degree and some requirements for admission.

To be admitted:

  • Non-EU citizens not living in italy have to apply for the call a.y. 2019/2020
  • EU citizens and non EU citizens living in Italy are requested to have some curricular requirements and a personal preparation.

Accademic year 2019/2020

Admission for Non-EU citizens not living in Italy

Number of positions: 9.

Call for admission - Application procedure - Rankings

The call for admission is open from 20th November 2018 to 20th February 2019 at 12.00 (GMT+1)

Admission EU citizens and non EU citizens living in Italy

All the information about the admission requirements will be available from June 2019.

Accademic year 2018/2019

Admission EU citizens and non EU citizens living in Italy

Admission in the Master's Degree Course in Mathematics is subject to the possession of curricular requirements and to the assessment of personal preparation which are available in the Didactic Regulation (italian version only).

In order to verify if you have the requirements for admission, you must complete the online application, from June 6th to November 23rd 2018.
The outcome will be communicated by email.

Successful outcome
You can proceed with the enrolment.
Negative outcome
You can sign up to single courses to acquire the necessary credits for the enrollment.
Once you will have all the curricular requirements, send a communication to the supportostudentipovo [at] (Student Support Office Science and Technology Area) and then proceed with the enrollment.

Deadlines for the submission of application
Application submission deadline Possible interview Outcome
(by email)
June 29, 2018 July 9 - 10 - 11, 2018 July 30, 2018
August 24, 2018 September 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7, 2018 September 14, 2018
November 23, 2018 December 3 - 4 - 5, 2018 December 14, 2018

The appointed Committee will verify whether applicants have met all the admission requirements, also according to the course module they selected, and it might contact applicants by web and possibly recommend alternative course modules, which better suit the applicants’ academic background.

The interview might be focused on specific questions on the topics studied along the undergraduate programme. The interview will be carried out mostly with candidates who have obtained a final grade lower than 85/110, limit which will be increased by 2 points for each year behind schedule.

The results of the assessment may lead to:

  • immediate admission to the Master’s degree programme
  • motivated refusal of admission
  • admission to the Master of science degree programme in specific course modules depending on students’ initial level and specific interests. This ultimate solution aims at allowing admission to the Master’s degree programme for those students who have graduated with a Bachelor’s degree focused on another topic (with a minimum required number of credits in the disciplinary sector of MAT/* − Mathematical sciences) so as they will foster a cross-curricular approach to their studies.

The outcome of the application will be valid for the current academic year only.

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22 November 2018