Non-EU students residing abroad who intend to enrol in the first year of a first cycle (bachelor) degree (laurea triennale, L) or combined cycle degree (laurea magistrale a ciclo unico, LM c.u.) must:
Non-EU students who intend to enrol in a second cycle (master's degree) (laurea magistrale, LM) program:
Starting from a.y. 2022/2023, prospective first-year students need to follow the guidelines contained in the master’s degrees page (laurea magistrale) which concern pre-requisites, evaluation requests and matriculation applications.
Instructions on how to submit the evaluation request for a.y. 2021/2022 are found in the Students Regulations – Manifesto degli Studi, section 4.3 (in Italian)
The number of places available (contingent) for non-EU students residing outside of Italy who wish to enrol in a study programme is established annually by the University and published on the Studiare in Italia website. Some types of students who have certain qualifications (see Manifesto degli studi - section 4.4, point b) can enrol outside the available places (extra contingent).
Non-European Union citizens residing abroad, who intend to enroll in a three-year degree, single-cycle master's degree or master's degree taught in Italian, must take an Italian language knowledge test.
To enroll in any bachelor, master and combined cycle degree programmes, you need to register with the Online student services first and then complete the online application starting from 13 July 2021 up to 5 November 2021.
At the end of the registration, the system will calculate the matriculation tuition and fees bill which must be paid within the aforementioned deadlines (see fees and charges or the Manifesto degli studi, section 13 for all fees and charges information).
Only when enrolling in unrestricted access courses is it possible to fill in the online enrolment application or pay the fees calculated by the system even beyond the deadline and until 17 December 2021. However please note that the late payment will incur an additional administrative charge of € 100.
Students who have passed the Italian knowledge test and, for courses with restricted access, also the required admission test, must complete the online application and upload the following documentation:
At the end of the procedure, the student must send an email to the International desk - internationaldesk(AT)unifi.it - to communicate its completion.
Reallocation to a degree program with restricted access at the University of Florence. Information in 'Domanda di riassegnazione' (Italian website).
The amount of tuition fees vary depending on the overall financial situation of the student family and on other criteria related to the merit. Partial and total fee waivers are also possible under certain conditions. More information are available in Fees and Charges.
International Students Guide (pdf)