Second-cycle degree

Second-cycle degree (Laurea magistrale)

The 2nd level degree, also known as a specialised degree, provides the student with advanced education and training for professions in specific fields that require a high level of qualification.

To be admitted to a 2nd level degree course, you must have a 1st level degree or a suitable equivalent foreign qualification.

The course lasts two years. To obtain the qualification (2nd level degree) it is necessary to accumulate 120 credits (60 for each year of the course).


List of all courses

To enroll in some courses (numero chiuso - limited enrollment) is necessary to pass an entrance exam.


 The Regulation of University Masters degree programmes, and short Masters degree programmes