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.
A secondary school diploma or other foreign qualification recognized as equivalent by IULM is required for admission to the degree programme.
In addition, the following skills are also necessary:
— a general understanding of Italian and European cultural, linguistic and literary history;
— the ability to insert them in coherent historical and geographical coordinates;
— excellent competence of the Italian language;
— knowledge of at least one language of European culture.
At the same time as confirmation of registration, written and oral verification of grammar skills and linguistic and communicative structures in the chosen languages will be carried out in July and September.
The Admission Test aims to raise awareness in the preparation of the student who, based on the outcome of the language test, will be placed in classes of different levels (beginner, intermediate, advanced). Any discrepancy from the general level will be made up with the help of a tutor, who will assign tasks or remedial courses to be carried out during the first year of the programme.
A selective test, aimed at verifying the individual's skills, is planned for admission to the Degree Course in Interpreting and Communication. The test is open to candidates with a secondary school diploma and to students attending the fifth years of secondary school.
If all available places are filled will a ranking system be established and based on the result of the Admission Test.
The test, based on multiple choice questions, will last 140 minutes and aims to verify the knowledge of the following subjects: English, Italian language, general culture. At the end of the test, the candidate is invited to complete a cognitive questionnaire. Oral linguistic assessment of both languages is also conducted.
The test is carried out using a computer or on paper. Special consideration is adopted for the evaluation of candidates with disabilities, who are evaluated on a case by case basis by contacting in advance (at least 10 days in advance) the Equal Opportunities service.
Successful candidates will be able to enrol on the pre-established dates. Registration is done through the Online Services and is considered confirmed on receipt of the first instalment of the Registration Fee.
Students who do not confirm their registration by the deadline for a session may apply to be placed in the ranking of the next session, subject to availability of places.