Admission of foreign students

The procedure is made of two steps: application (Step 1) and formal enrollment (Step 2). The steps are described below.

The window for applications of international (EU and non-EU) students to each new academic year is January 1 – June 19. This is necessary in order to meet all the bureaucratic requirements before the program starts. However, candidates (especially non-EU ones) are suggested to apply as soon as possible.

As a minimum requirement, candidates are expected to have already passed exams on topics related to Economics and Mathematics/Statistics for 48 ECTS credits, of which at least 12 from the area of Mathematics/Statistics. A CEFR B1 or higher level on spoken and written English is also required.

STEP 1: Application

Perspective international students must provide by email at the following documents in English:

  • Curriculum vitae
  • Statement of purpose /motivation letter: a short text (one or two pages) explaining why the applicant is interested in MAGEC
  • Official transcripts of any university degree achieved, with indication of the exams passed (Diploma Supplement or equivalent). EU students are required to report ECTS credits

The Admission Committee will assess applications individually and on an ongoing basis. Students will be informed by email about the outcome of the assessment. As a general indication, around 10% of the applications we receive pass Step 1.

Beware that passing Step 1 does not automatically imply admission, as the original documents first have to be validated by the university administrative staff.

STEP 2: Enrollment

Students passing Step 1 must follow the rules listed  here

For more information, also see Study in Italy (MAGEC is filed under “2nd cycle degree programmes”)

Further questions? Contact the students’ career office: read more here

For non-EU students: please note that the deadline for the pre-enrolment application (compulsory for non-EU students) at the Italian Embassy or Consulate in the country of residence has been set by the Italian Ministry of Education for the Academic Year 2017-18 at July 21st 2017.

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