See the First Cycle (Bachelor) Degree, Second Cycle Degrees (LM), Single Cycle Degrees (LM c.u.), Master Courses, Advanced Study Programmes, or Single Subjects if want to choose individual subjects. See the Programmes held in English and the International Degree Programmes (with joint degree or multiple/double degree).
All students enrolling in programmes with unrestricted access (no set quota) need to take the self-evaluation test (prova di verifica delle conoscenze in ingresso) before sitting for any exam.
Students enrolling in set quota programmes need to take an admission test (prova di ammissione).
More information on self-evaluation and on admission tests and their calendars (Italian website).
At the time of enrolment students must pay the first instalment of fees and charges. For detailed information please refer to the Manifesto degli Studi (in Italian), the official source of all relevant information about studying at the University of Florence.
Main deadlines of the various matriculation and enrolment procedures for the academic year 2022-2023.
The main difference between EU/EU-levelled students and non-EU ones living abroad concerns the need for pre-enrolment with entry visa procedures clearance that non-EU students must follow. Non-EU students living abroad can find more information on pre-enrollment and student visa request on the website Studiare in Italia.
Moreover, EU and EU-levelled future students are not required to sit for the Italian language test and should enrol at the Student Administration Office (Segreteria Studenti) of the School of choice, whereas non-EU students with student visa enrol via the International Desk.
See the information dedicated to those coming to the University of Florence under Erasmus program under collaboration and exchange agreements between universities.
Consult the page dedicated to supporting students in university corridors and the initiatives towards students with international protection.
Recognition of foreign academic qualifications
See the webpage Recognition of a Foreign Academic Qualifications.
Fees and charges
The amount of tuition fees varies according to the student's tax bracket and other merit-related criteria. Partial or full waivers of university fees are provided for some categories of students. Further information is available on the page Fees and Charges.
Benefits and grants provided by the Regional Board for the Right to University Study - DSU Tuscany (link to external site).
From 14 to 3 days before the exam date, students need to register for the exam via the Online Services (SOL) platform using their credentials. On the day of the exam, the student must produce a form of ID to the examining board for identification. After the examination is over, the Examination Board records the result of the examination. More information on the page Examination booking and result registration (Italian website).