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For undergraduate degree programmes taught in Italian without admission exam it is mandatory to register for the TARM test (Test for the Assessment of Minimum Requirements).
The test will assess the Italian language competences of the candidates. Find out if the degree programme of your interest has an admission exam or not, by selecting the degree programme you are interested in and looking for the section Entry requirements.
Students enrolling on an English-taught degree programme do not take the TARM-Italian language test, but they take a TARM test held in English according to information published at each degree programme website.
Registration for the TARM test
The registration procedure for the a.y. 2019-2020 will be published during the month of June/July 2019.
Italian language course
Students who do not pass the TARM-Italian language test will attend a mandatory Italian language course. At the end of it, they will have to take once again the test.
The Italian language course is reserved to international students who do not pass the minimum mark required by the TARM-Italian language test.
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