Access to IULM academic programmes is on a closed number policy. By completing your pre-registration early, you have a better change of accessing the degree programmes of your choice.
IULM University has adopted a system of payment of university fees and contributions based on "contribution bands" applied to the household on the basis of the ISEE indicator for university services.
The amounts of fees and contributions, as well as the method of allocation of the band, are regulated annually by the University Tuition and Fees.
For admission to the degree programme in Communication, Media and Advertising you must have a high school diploma or other equivalent foreign qualification considered suitable by the University.
Starting from the Academic Year 2019/20, the degree programme in Communication, Media and Advertising is accessed through a selective application process based on academic merit and the result of the Admission Test. The ranking is determined (only for high school graduates or students in the fifth year):
- 50% of the Admission Test result;
- 40% from the school curriculum (average of third and fourth year grades)
- 10% from the level of knowledge of the English language.
The Admission Test is open to candidates with a secondary school diploma and to students attending the fourth and fifth years of secondary school.
All candidates who apply for admission to the degree programme in Communication, Media and Advertising must sit a selective entrance test to assess their various personal skills. This entrance test is open to candidates with a secondary school diploma and to fourth and fifth year high school students. Fourth year students taking the admission tests will be able to maintain their score and access a dedicated enrollment session (November 2019) for priority registration for the Academic Year 2020/21.
The multiple-choice based test lasts 90 minutes and aims to verify the candidate's knowledge of English, reading comprehension, Italian grammar, verbal critical reasoning, numerical and logical reasoning as well as general culture. On completion of the test, all candidates must also complete a cognitive questionnaire.
All tests are paper-based and successful candidates are eligible to register on the programme during the pre-establised period via the Online Services. Registration is considered confirmed on receipt of the first instalment of the registration fee.
Candidates who do not confirm their registration by the set deadline may apply to be included in the ranking of the next session, subject to availability of places.
For the Degree Course in Communication, Media and Advertising, both successful candidates who do not confirm their registration within the given deadline and other candidates not considered eligible for admission may participate in the successive Admissions session (subject to availability of places) according to the following procedures
- confirm their request to repeat the test;
- request to be included in the ranking of the following session with the score obtained in the previous test.
In either case, the candidate will have to re-apply for the test via the Online Services.