To qualify for admission to the 'Politics, Institutions and Market' (PIM) Master's Program, prospective students must hold a three-year bachelor's degree or diploma from a University, or a similar academic qualification recognized as equivalent. Prospective students must also have completed specific curricular requirements and have had adequate personal preparation, verified through procedures and criteria defined in the Regulations for the Master's Programme.
Most subjects of PIM Master's Programme are taught in Italian.
The PIM Admissions Committee will evaluate prospective students' applications on the basis of past personal and academic accomplishments, including exam scores.
A student that does not have the necessary academic background may enroll in individual subjects prior to matriculating to the full Master's course. Students who have studied abroad must submit their application to the Students' Orientation Delegate prof. Maria Grazia Pazienza. They must enclose a copy of their University degree and copies of the syllabus for each subject studied during the course, with details of the content and readings of each. These documents must be in English or Italian (no translation approved by a Consulate is needed at this stage of the application procedure).
For more detailed information on admissions and for an assessment of a prospective student's academic career please contact Prof. Maria Grazia Pazienza.
For further information please visit the dedicated University webpage