EU students holding a degree earned abroad

Master's Degree Programmes

EU nationals holding a degree awarded abroad shall submit enrolment to University of Bari. They are admitted to Master's Degree Programmes without dedicated quotas and without taking Italian Language tests. 
For further information, please refer to regulations issued by the Italian Ministry of University and Research (MUR):


1. In order to enrol in a course, admission to Master's Degree Programmes shall require a secondary school diploma or any other school degree earned abroad and recognised as eligible. The degree earned abroad shall be issued by a University or an officially recognised post-secondary education institution and shall allow the continuation of university studies.

2. Enrolment to Master's Degree Programmes is subject to specific curricular-related requisites and the assessment of adequate competence. Please refer to the contact person of the Education Administration Area of the desired Master's Degree Programme. Such criteria shall be defined year by year for each Master's Degree Programme and shall be indicated:
- in every Admission announcement pages
- in case an admission announcement is not issued, such criteria could be found in the Regulations of each Master's Degree Programme. Please refer to the following link:

3. Some Master's Degree Programmes could require English language assessment (minimum requirement B1 Level of CEFR - Common European Framework of Reference for Languages).

Pursuant to applicable law and regulations issued by the Italian Ministry of University and Research (MUR), admission shall be granted only in case documentation provided certifies requisites are met and validated.  


Enrolment in some Master's Degree Programmes is subject to admission tests: please refer to the  list of capped coursesor admission announcements.

Such test is mandatory. 


1. An original copy of the High School Diploma or any other post-secondary education title written in a foreign language shall be provided along with a certified translation in Italian or English: applicants shall refer to local translation services and shall refer to a competent Italian Consular representation to get a compliance certificate of such translated version(s).
The original copy of the Diploma shall be validated in compliance with the law and shall be provided with a "Declaration of Value" issued by a competent Italian Consular representation.
Alternatively, University of Bari shall accept
Statements of Comparability and Verification issued by CIMEA (Academic Equivalence Mobility Information Center).

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Pubblicato il Jul 04, 2022 last modified Jul 04, 2022