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Enrolment, Fees and Scholarships

Enrollment

For academic year 2020/2021 you can apply from 1st November 2019.
 

NON-EU STUDENTS
Visa: If you intend to come in Italy you have first to verify if you need an entry Visa: it depends on your nationality and on the reason of your stay. You can check by yourself on the MAECI website.
Pre-enrollment: If you are a non-EU student and you don’t have a residence permit to study in Italy, the formal pre-enrollment must be done through the Italian Embassy or Consulate of the country of residence. Please inform at the embassies about their opening and deadlines.
During the pre-enrollment and the enrollment’s phase, you will be guided entirely by the Welcome Office who will explain you, step by step, all the requisites and the deadlines.

Main Documents to present (in original and in pdf version):

  • Passport;
  • Visa for study/enrollment;
  • To apply to a Bachelor degree:
    a) Secondary school certification with minimum 12 years of schooling with Apostille issued by the Italian Embassy/Consulate;
    b) Declaration of value (Dichiarazione di valore) of the secondary school certification issued by the Italian Embassy/Consulate or the statement of comparability and the statement of Verification of Cimea ENIC-NARIC;
  • To apply to a Master degree:
    a) First level degree certification (i.e. Bachelor degree, etc) with Apostille issued by the Italian Embassy/Consulate;
    b) Declaration of value (Dichiarazione di valore) of the first level degree certification issued by the Italian Embassy/Consulate or statement of comparability and the statement of Verification of Cimea ENIC-NARIC;
    c) Academic transcript and its legalized translation (if not in English, French, Spanish or German language);
  • For both Bachelor and Master: Apostille or legalization of the Diploma or Degree and of the documents of study;
  • For both Bachelor and Master: a legalized translation in Italian of the original certification and other documents if they are not in English, French, Spanish or German language;
  • For both Bachelor and Master: Certification upon your language skills (if any);
  • Italian fiscal code (please section on Italian Fiscal Code under Immigration procedures);
  • Digital format of Photo, max 5 Mb, dimension 35x40 mm, which portrays the face on a light background. The following are not allowed: panoramic photos taken from a distance, from the back or where the face is not entirely visible. Do not use photos in which other people or animals are present;
  • Overseas health insurance valid in Italy and in Europe.

Be careful: LUMSA can request other documents for its evaluation at any time.

How to apply and enroll:

  1. Register your personal data on LUMSA’s web site;
  2. Only for Bachelor Degree: send the final school certification to international.admissions@lumsa.it;
  3. Only for Master Degree: Fill the online application form and attach the documents requested;
  4. LUMSA will communicate you the results of the evaluation by email;
  5. If you are eligible: you will be required to pay the pre-enrolment fee of € 100 by bank transfer (see section on fees) and send the receipt to the international.admissions@lumsa.it;
  6. Only for Bachelor degree: you will have an admission test to be booked personally on-line and to be held at LUMSA in the chosen day. Furthermore if you don’t have a valid certification in Italian language, you will have to pass an Italian language test in LUMSA on-line;
  7. Only for Master Degrees in English and Italian: you will have a skype interview with the Chair of the course and with the academic language center CLIC (the interview with CLIC will be foreseen only if you don’t have a valid language certification and only for those students applying to Master Degrees in English). In case of pre-enrolment in a Master course in Italian, besides the skype interview with the Cahir of the course, if you don’t have a valid certification in Italian language, you will have to pass an Italian language test in LUMSA on-line;
  8. The Welcome Office will send you a letter of support/admission to present to the Embassy/Consulate for the pre-enrolment. Please note that pre-enrolment is not a final admission since you don’t present all the original documents requested;
  9. The Embassy/Consulate, if your request is accepted, will send the request of enrollment to LUMSA (end of July);
  10.  When all the above steps are completed and you have received your Visa and the documents by the Embassy, before your arrival in Italy, you will have to pay the first fee of € 970 by bank transfer (please see section on fees) and send a pdf with all the documents requested inclusive the payment receipt to international.admissions@lumsa.it;
  11. Once in Italy you must come to the Welcome Office to finalize your enrolment. You will need to bring all the original documents with you!
  12.  Request your permit of stay (please refer to section “Staying in Italy: entry and residence procedures”). Please note that you will have to bring to Welcome Office the receipt of the appointment for the residence permit and once obtained also a copy of it.
  13. Privacy policy

EU students
If you are an EU student you can apply directly and do personally the pre-enrollment. During the pre-enrollment and the enrollment’s phase you will be guided entirely by the Welcome Office who will explain you the requisites and the deadlines.

Main Documents to present (in original and in pdf version):

  • Passport or ID Card;
  • To apply to a Bachelor degree:
    a) Secondary school certification with minimum 12 years of schooling;
    b) Declaration of value (Dichiarazione di valore) of the secondary school certification issued by the Italian Embassy/Consulate or the statement of comparability and the statement of Verification of Cimea ENIC-NARIC;
  • To apply to a Master degree:
    a) First level degree certification (i.e. Bachelor degree, etc);
    b) Diploma supplement (with an English version) issued by your university or Declaration of value (Dichiarazione di valore) of the first level degree certification issued by the Italian Embassy/Consulate or the statement of comparability and the statement of Verification of Cimea ENIC-NARIC;
    c) If you don’t have a Diploma supplement, also an Academic transcript;
  • For both Bachelor and Master: Apostille or legalization of the Diploma or Degree and of the documents of study.
  • For both Bachelor and Master: Certification upon your language skills (if any);
  • Italian fiscal code (please section on Italian Fiscal Code under Immigration procedures);
  • Digital format of Photo, max 5 Mb, dimension 35x40 mm, which portrays the face on a light background. The following are not allowed: panoramic photos taken from a distance, from the back or where the face is not entirely visible. Do not use photos in which other people or animals are present;
  • Overseas health insurance valid in Italy and in Europe.

Be careful: LUMSA can request other documents for its evaluation at any time.

How to apply and enroll:

  1. Register your personal data on LUMSA’s web site;
  2. Only for Bachelor Degree: send the final school certification to international.admissions@lumsa.it;
  3. Only for Master Degree: Fill the online application form and attach the documents requested;
  4. LUMSA will communicate you the results of the evaluation by email;
  5. If you are eligible: you will be required to pay the pre-enrolment fee of € 100 by bank transfer (see section on fees) and send the receipt to the international.admissions@lumsa.it;
  6. Only for Bachelor degree: you will have an admission test to be booked personally on-line and to be held at LUMSA in the chosen day;
  7. Only for Master Degrees: you will have a skype interview with the Chair of the course and with the Academic Language Center CLIC (the interview with CLIC will be foreseen only if you don’t have a valid language certification and only for those students applying to Master Degrees in English);
  8. If the selection is positive, the Welcome Office will send you a confirmation of admission;
  9. When all the above steps are completed, before your arrival in Italy, you will have to pay the first fee of € 970 by bank transfer (please see section on fees) and send a pdf with all the documents requested inclusive the payment receipt to international.admissions@lumsa.it;
  10. Once in Italy you must come to the Welcome Office to finalize your enrolment. You will need to bring all the original documents with you!
  11. Privacy policy

 

Fees

By pre-enrolling from 1st November to 30 June international students will pay a discounted fee of about € 3,500 per year (mimimum variation could depend on the regional tax).    

To pre-enroll international students must fill in a dedicated application form

The enrolment fees can be paid in 4 installments by bank transfer or MAV (MAV can only be paid in Italy and once the students are enrolled in LUMSA):

  • First instalment at the official enrolment
  • Second instalment by mid December
  • Third enrolment by mid February
  • Fourth instalment by mid April

Students are also allowed to pay the entire annual enrolment fee if they wish.
Details for the bank transfer:
To be made in favour of: LIBERA UNIVERSITA’ MARIA SS. ASSUNTA – UBI BANCA SPA.
IBAN Code: IT 57 B 03111 03226 000000005620.
BIC/SWIFT code: BLOPIT22

Students must specify in the bank transfer the course they want to enroll to and their name and surname.
Please note that bank transfer expenses have to be paid by the student (“Expenses our” must be specified in the bank transfer).
Receipt of payments must be sent to international.admissions@lumsa.it and to economato@lumsa.it

 

Scholarships

Studying at LUMSA means also the possibility to access a series of scholarships:

  1. Laziodisu: International students can apply to the regional laziodisu-scolarships each year. Region Lazio offers many scholarships to all students as well as financial support for the accomodation;  
  2. Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs: The Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs offers every year several scholarships (Borse di studio del Governo Italiano) to international students or to Italian students living abroad to access master degrees;
  3. Associazione Tincani: International students can apply to the scholarships offered by the private association Associazione Tincani that offers each year several scholarships to all students independently from their nationality.