They are aimed at providing students with an advanced level of education for the exercise of a highly qualified activity in specific areas.
Access is usually by a Bachelor Degrees or comparable foreign degrees. Admission is subject to specific course requirements determined by individual universities.
Master Degree courses last 2 years, and the degree is awarded to students who have earned 120 credits. The defence of a thesis is required.
A limited number of programmes (Dentistry, Human medicine, Pharmacy, Medicine, Architecture and Law), are defined "One Cycle Degree Courses" (one-block LM courses). Access is by the school leaving diploma or a comparable foreign qualification; admission is subject to selective entrance exams and each degree course is organised in just one-block of 5 or 6 years. In order to know how to enrol you should check the procedure explained in the Bachelor Degrees section.
For second-cycle (Master) degree programmes the University must also assess if the degree/diploma/certificate owned by the applicant can qualify for the application. You can have a pre-evaluation of your studies by filling in our online form in order to know if you have got the requirements to enter the Master Degree Program you choose.
For pre-evaluation and in order to obtain the eligibility letter you've to attach at the pre-evaluation request a copy of the ENIC/NARIC Statement of comparability for your Bachelor Degree and High School Diploma or the Declaration of value.
Enrolment for academic year 2018/19 is now open.
The pre-evaluation form for academic year 2018/19 will be closed on 25th June 2018.