Enrolling in the Master's Degree Courses is a simple procedure, although it may take some time: the Admission Team will help you to verify whether you meet the requirements and will support throughout every step necessary to become a IULM student.
You can enrol in the Master's Degree Courses if you have:
- a coherent 1st-cycle (Bachelor's) degree
- Adequate language skills
- Specific basic knowledge
Once you have ascertained that you meet the curriculum requirements, you will be admitted to an admission test to assess your skills and knowledge.
Details of the prerequisites and admission tests for each Master's Degree Course are available at the following links:
- Master's Degree in Arts, Valorization Strategies and the Market [ITA]
- Master's Degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management [ENG]
- Master's Degree in Marketing and Communication [ITA]
- Master's Degree in Strategic Communication [ENG]
- Master's Degree in Television, Cinema and New Media [ITA]
- Master's Degree in Specialised Translation and Conference Interpreting [ITA]
Course in Conference Interpreting
Course in Specialised Translation
Enrolling in Undergraduate Programmes is a simple procedure. The Admission Office team will help you to check if you meet the requirements and will support you throughout every step necessary to become a IULM student.
You can enrol in the Undergraduate Programmes if you have:
- A high school diploma obtained after 12 years of schooling and, if required in the country of origin, to have passed the academic eligibility test for entry to university.
- Knowledge of the Italian language at level B2.
If you are a non-EU citizen resident outside Italy, you will need to demonstrate your language skills through official certification (CILS, CELI, PLIDA, Roma3) or by passing the internal test held at IULM.
Courses are held in Italian, so all students are invited to take a self-assessment test and to check that they have adequate language skills.
It is possible to attend a free Italian language organised in September at IULM University.
There are no further selection exams for access to the courses.
However, before lessons start, you will have to take an assessment test in language skills, general knowledge and specific subjects related to the chosen degree course.