International Students Requirements

To be admitted to the 1-Year International Master in Tourism and Hospitality (MITH) , international students are required to present the following documents, compulsory for enrolment.

1. Dichiarazione di valore in loco

This statement:

  • is issued by the Italian Consulate or Embassy of the country which awarded the university degree;
  • provides a short description of the student’s academic or professional qualification;
  • states that the student’s degree is valid as a first-level Italian degree;
  • states the full name of the university where the degree was completed;
  • specifies the total number of school years attended (at least 15 from primary school to university graduation).
  • must be completed with:
  1. University degree certificate: original plus the translation into Italian, authenticated by the Italian Consulate of the country in which the degree was awarded;
  2. Transcript of exams: original plus the translation into Italian, authenticated by the Italian Consulate of the country in which the degree was awarded;
  3. High school diploma: original plus the translation into Italian, authenticated by the Italian Consulate of the country in which the degree was awarded.

2. Copy of the entry Visa and of the resident permit (for NON EU student)

For non-EU citizens it is necessary to present a copy of the entry VISA duly stamped by the Italian Embassy of the country of origin and a copy of the permit of stay. Documents and receipts proving application for the permit can be accepted until the original document is made available by the issuing authorities.

To ask for VISA, it is necessary to apply to the competent Italian diplomatic authority (Consulate/Embassy ) in the country of origin.

The permit of stay is produced within 8 days from arrival. All non-EU citizens who hold a study visa for Italy must apply for a stay permit for study purposes.

All the above listed documents must be sent via email to [email protected]and reviewed by the University Board.

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