- Admission notification:
- for scholarship winners: 20th of July 2021
- for students without scholarship: 27th of August 2021
- “Documentation”- period : 16th of July- 31st of August 2021(required for the Enrolment) (*)
- Enrolment Period: 1st of August-16th September 2021
- Enrolment Deadline: 16th September, 2021
(*) During such period the student should apply for VISA, for CIMEA (or obtaining a Declaration of Value) and apply for an Italian Fiscal Code (to be obtained only after the VISA)
LUMSA has no responsibilities for delays or loss of communications due to incorrect personal details given by the applicants or due to late communications upon changes of personal details, nor for any postal or telegraph mistakes, or which can be attributable to third parties, or due to fortuitous cases or force majeure episodes
The Master enrolment is incompatible with simultaneous enrolments to other Master, degrees, advanced courses, specialization and PhD schools
Only those applicants who have been formally offered a place in the program are required to download the Enrolment form complete the enrolment procedure within 15 days from the offer notification date (further instruction will be available here.
Enrolment documents to attach:
The Enrollment procedure requires the student to acquire several documents. The collection of the following documents should be addressed during the “Documentation”- period (16th of July- 31st of August 2021):
- Application form duly completed and signed by the applicant.
- Picture (JPEG) with the following characteristics: recent and clear close-up photo, width of 35-40 mm; HD, clear and plain background, max 5 Mbyte.
- Personal documents:
- For international students:
- Copy of the residence permit or copy of the appointment at the Police Headquarters to request a residence permit.
- Copy of the passport and of the Visa.
- Health insurance valid for the time of stay in Italy.
- For European Union’s students:
- Identity card or passport’s scanned copy with signature
- Scanned copy of the Fiscal code, with signature
- For international students:
- University degree
- Students who studied in Italy: Students who have acquired their qualifying University degree (laurea specialistica or laurea quadriennale) in Italy must bring a Self-certification of the university degree duly signed or its certification including the degree mark
- Students who studied outside Italy: Students who have acquired their qualifying University degree (second cycle degree or one-long cycle degree) in a country other than from Italy must bring with them the following documents:
- Original document of their degree and its official translation in Italian (for documents issued in languages different from English, French, Spanish), certified by the competent Italian diplomatic authorities (Embassies and Consulates) of the country in which the degree was awarded (such authorities generally provide a list of official translators)
- Declaration of Value (in Italian: Dichiarazione di Valore in loco), issued by the competent Italian diplomatic authorities (Embassies and Consulates) of the country in which the degree was awarded. It is an official document written in Italian that provides a short description of the degree. The Dichiarazione di valore can be replaced by the Statement of comparability issued by CIMEA ENIC-NARIC center (http://www.cimea.it/en/index.aspx) or by the diploma supplement issued by the university with an English version (just in case of European Universities).
- Legalization or Apostille of the final degree obtained. The legalization can be replaced by the Statement of verification of CIMEA ENIC NARIC.
- Original transcript of records including details about passed exams, duration of the courses in hours and final evaluation for each of them and the whole length of the first degree. This can be replaced by the Diploma Supplement. If the original transcript of records or the Diploma Supplement is issued in a language other than English, French, German or Spanish, an official translation in English/Italian, certified by the competent Italian diplomatic authorities (Embassies and Consulates) of the country in which the degree was awarded must be provided.