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Single Subjects (or Courses)

It is possible to enrol in single subjects (also and intercheangeably called courses, to align with the italian corsi singoli) up to a maximum of 60 credits per year.

  • Fees and charges -  the cost of enrolling in single subjects is made up of a flat fee of € 202.00 for each academic year to cover admin costs and a variable fee of € 11.00 per CFU (i.e. a subject weighing for 6 CFU will cost € 66.00). Terms of payment and details in the Italian website
  • Application form ( rtf - pdf) - (form CS_01 available on the webpage "Modulistica")
  • Deadline for enrolment in single subjects for academic year 2017/2018 is 31 July 2018. Students have until the April exam session of 2019 to pass all exams they have enrolled in.
EU Students

To enrol in single courses EU students need to submit to the International Students Desk the following documents:

  • Application form (form CS_01 available on the webpage "Modulistica"), listing all courses they intend to enrol in
  • Students with a high school diploma: the diploma translated in Italian, legalized and accompanied by a "dichiarazione di valore in loco" issued by the Italian Diplomatic authority in the country where the school is located. Students already enrolled in a foreign university: certificate of enrolment translated in Italian, legalized and accompanied by a "dichiarazione di valore in loco" issued by the Italian Diplomatic authority in the country where the university is located. Graduate students: Graduation certificate translated in Italian, legalized and accompanied by a "dichiarazione di valore in loco" issued by the Italian Diplomatic authority in the country where the school is located.
  • Valid ID or passport
  • Tax identification number
  • 2 passport photos
  • Receipt of payment of enrolment fees
Non-EU Students

Non-EU prospective students need to do a pre-enrolment at the Italian Embassy in the country they reside within the following deadlines:

  • 24 August 2017 for 1st semester (Sept- Dec) subjects
  • 28 December 2017 for 2nd semester (Mar-June) subjects

Once arrived in Italy, Students need to hand in to the International Students Desk the following documents:

  • Authenticated photo and signature as issued by the Diplomatic authorities
  • Application form (form CS_01 available on the webpage "Modulistica"), listing all courses they intend to enrol in
  • Passport with entry visa for 'study porposes'
  • Valid residence permit or receipt of submission of the residence permit request issued by the Post Office (Non-UE students must submit the request residence permit within 8 business days of their arrival in Italy at the Sportello Amico di Poste Italiane. If you need any help in filling in the forms you can go to Sportello Immigrazione del Comune di Firenze
  • Certificate of enrolment translated in Italian, legalized and accompanied by a "dichiarazione di valore in loco" issued by the Italian Diplomatic authority in the country where the university is located
  • Tax identification number
  • 2 passport photos
  • Receipt of payment of enrolment fees
  • Non-UE students must also prove to have sufficient knowledge of the Italian language, by means of an interview. Details of this will be furnished on arrival.

The residence permit for enrolment in single courses is valid for only one academic year. The renewal of the same is only possible for enrolment in master's degree courses or post-graduate courses, provided that the individual subjects attended are functional to access the aforementioned degree programs.


After the enrolment

After enrolment, students receive the student card, student number (username) and password (date of birth in the ddmmyyyy format) to be changed when logging in for the first time, for the University online services.

For information on the locations of lecture rooms and timetables, students need to consult the website of the relevant School or contact the School's Academic Careers office.

Academic Calendar and Examinations

Information on the academic calendar can be consulted on the website of each School. Students attending single subjects will sit for the exams in the same way as the students enrolled in the full study programs.

At the end of the period

At the end of the period of study at the University of Florence, the student must return the student card to the International Students Desk to verify the correct registration of the exams. The student must inform the International Students Desk of the email address of the University to which it will send confirmation of the exams passed.

 

 
last update: 02-Mar-2018