The prerequisites for registration are an Italian secondary-school diploma or other equivalent qualification obtained abroad, recognised as suitable by the laws in force. Given the absence of the subject from most school curricula, there are no entry requirements concerning studies in law, however candidates must possess adequate general education, good logical-argumentative skills and linguistic comprehension.
Prospective students who have obtained a secondary-school diploma with a score of less than 70/100 may also qualify by means of a non-definitive orientation entrance test.
Candidates assessed by means of this test and judged insufficient in qualification may be admitted subject to an “educational debt”. The debt must be made up through participation in educational support services, prior to exam sessions at the end of the first semester.
For further information on the entry test, please consult the dedicated section.