Since the early 2000s, Alma Mater Studiorum has participated in national-level pilot initiatives on teaching.
Since the early 2000s, Alma Mater Studiorum has participated in the experimental work on the evaluation of teaching and research that has been carried out at national level.
Building on this experience, the University of Bologna has promoted the progressive adoption of a Quality Assurance (QA) system that is consistent with the European standards and guidelines set by the ENQA (European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education).
The University of Bologna offers to deserving international students who wish to register for First Cycle, Second Cycle or Single Cycle Degree Programmes at the University of Bologna for A.Y. 2018/19:
- study grants of €11,000 gross (Unibo Action 2);
- tuition fee waivers (Unibo Action 1).
The study grants and the tuition fee waivers are assigned on the basis of SAT and GRE, for one academic year.
If you have taken the TOLC test abroad, find out how to apply for Unibo Action 1 tuition fee waivers.
You can apply for Unibo Actions 1 if:
you are in possession of (or about to obtain) a valid qualification for access to your chosen degree programme, issued by an Institution outside of the Italian education system. Students holding a diploma issued by an Italian school established outside Italy can apply as well;
you will take one of the following tests by the application deadline:
- if you are interested in registering in a First or Single Cycle Degree Programme, the SAT test
- if you are interested in registering in a Second Cycle Degree Programme, the GRE test.
The SAT and GRE are aptitude and skills assessment tests which can be taken in authorised centres in several countries around the world. The tests are in English. You must register for the tests on the websites of managing institutions;
you are less than 30 years old.