Bachelors - three-year undergraduate degree programs, Integrated masters - five-year undergraduate degree programs, Masters - two-year postgraduate degree programs
Students in possession of a secondary school diploma, achieved after at least 12 years of education, or an educational qualification awarded abroad by a university or tertiary institute of further education, may apply for registration within the timescales specified in the Study Prospectus. To register, students must:
- contact the Ufficio Relazioni con gli studenti, Applicativi carriere e Diritto allo studio at firstname.lastname@example.org or through helpme.uniurb.it
- send a PDF file with all the required documentation to the aforementioned Office
- complete the registration procedure on uniurb.esse3
Guidelines for the registration procedure.
The Ufficio Relazioni con gli studenti | Office for International students in now using a virtual help desk that will allow international students to speak to an operator booking an appointment for a video call during specific slots.
In order to be able to book an appointment a registration on our platform is required uniurb.it/esse3
Book a video call with the Office for International students uniurb.it/presente
One year postgraduate courses and Lifelong learning programs
Candidates holding an academic qualification which is equivalent in content and duration to the Italian academic qualification required for admission to the selected course – as indicated in the relevant prospectus – can submit their registration application within the timescales published in the individual course prospectuses, to the Advanced Studies Office at: Ufficio Alta Formazione Post Laurea, Università di Urbino Carlo Bo - Palazzo Passionei — Via Valerio, 9 - Tel. +39 0722 304631-2-4-5-6-9 — Fax +39 0722 304637 email@example.com. The application form (online procedure) must be accompanied by the necessary documentation. See the “Requirements and documentation” section, under “One year postgraduate courses and Lifelong learning programs”.
Students who meet the necessary requirements can attend one or more single courses or “internships”.
All information about required documents, tuition fees, syllabi and registration procedures can be found at academic programs single courses.