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Courses with a local restricted number of places and with local classification list

Academic year 2020-2021

Updates for the admission competition and matriculations for courses with a local restricted number of places and with local classification list for the academic year 2020-2021 are being finalized and will be published as soon as they are available. We advise you to consult the section frequently.

 

The degree courses with a local restricted number of places and with local classification list are the following:

International students

Candidates holding an upper secondary school leaving certificate, obtained abroad, can submit the application form inly if they submitted the application form on the platform Apply@UniTo, according to the specific deadlines published on University Portal. The application submitted on Apply@UniTo does not substitute the enrolment procedure.

 

For further details, please consult the dedicated section:

Admission test with the TOLC test

For the academic year 2020-21 the admission tests for the following courses with a local restricted number of places and with local classification list take place online with the TOLC test of the CISIA consortium (the only exception is the 5-year postgraduate Degree in Conservation and restoration of cultural heritage (see specific paragraph).

 

The TOLC is an acronym for CISIA Online Test. It is a test for those who want to matriculate in a degree course that requires an evaluation of the initial knowledge before matriculation. The knowledge being assessed depends on the degree course chosen.

 

The TOLC differs from student to student and it is made up of questions selected from the CISIA TOLC-E database. All TOLCs tests belonging to same typology have a similar or in any case comparable level of difficulty. There are 10 types of TOLC.

 

The type of TOLC to be supported varies according to the degree course to which you want to matriculate:

  • Biotechnologies (TOLC-I)
  • Business Economics, Information and Business Communication Management, Economics and Strategic and Security Sciences (TOLC-E)
  • Pharmacy and Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Technologies (TOLC-F)
  • Exercise and Sport Sciences (seat of Turin, Asti and Cuneo), Education Sciences (seats of Turin and Savigliano) and Psychological Sciences and Techniques  (TOLC-SU)
  • Biological Sciences (TOLC-B)
  • Viticulture and Enology and Food Technology (TOLC-AV

You can find the available test calendar on the CISIA Consortium website.

 

The following information applies to the TOLC:

  •  It is possible to sit the TOLC also on dates foreseen by other universities (remember that the TOLC will be held online this year) provided that within the validity period established by our university, available in the call for admission to the degree courses, and indicated below.
    For the University of Turin, the TOLC sitting validity dates are as follows:
    • for the TOLC-E from 1st January 2019 to 4th September 2020
    • for the undergraduate course in Strategic and Security Sciences, from 1st January 2019 to 9th September 2020;
    • for all the other TOLCs, from 1st January 2020 to 9th September 2020
  • For the purposes of the classification list only the last result obtained in the specific type of TOLC foreseen by the Course will be considered.

 

In order to enter the UniTO classification list, and to be able to matriculate, in addition to the compulsory test by the date of permitted validity of the course-specific TOLC, it is mandatory to register for the admission test through MyUniTO.

Registration for the admission test
Register at the University Portal, www.unito.it

If you have previously registered at UniTO and you have already the access credentials, you do not need to do another registration: in case you forgot your credentials please contact the toll free number 800 098590 (Mon-Fri 8:00 am - 8:00 pm and Sat 8:00 am -1:00 pm) or get them through the service Password retrieval.

From July 23rd to September 11th, 2020, at 1 p.m.: register for the admission test
  • Log in to the University Portal (by selecting login on the home-page, in the upper right box) and authenticate with your credentials (username and password), obtained after the registration at the portal for enter your MyUniTo
  • After authenticating, select the item "scrizioni" (Enrolment) in the upper left menu and afterwards the item "Test di Ammissione" (Admission test)
  • Fill in the on-line application form.
Admission tests for the undergraduate degrees of the Department of Management and Department of Economic, Social, Mathematical and Statistical Sciences

Students who are interested in enrolling on one of the following degree courses with a restricted number of places:

  • Business and management (in English)
  • Business Economics
  • Economics (previously called Economics and Commerce)
  • Information and Business Communication Management

have different deadlines for:

  • registration date for the admission test at UniTO;
  • sitting validity dates for specific TOLC test;
  • matriculation dates

Please consult the relative call for admission and all the information constantly updated on the School of Management and Economics

5-year postgraduate degree in Conservation and restoration of cultural heritage
Register at the University Portal, www.unito.it

If you have previously registered at UniTO and you have already the access credentials, you do not need to do another registration: in case you forgot your credentials please contact the toll free number 800 098590 (Mon-Fri 8:00 am - 8:00 pm and Sat 8:00 am -1:00 pm) or get them through the service Password retrieval.

By August the 10th, 2020, at 1.00 p.m. : register for the admission test

Log in to the University Portal (by selecting login on the home-page, in the upper right box) and authenticate with your credentials (username and password), obtained after the registration at the portal. After authenticating, select the item "Iscrizioni" (Enrolment) in the upper left menu and afterwards the item "Test di Ammissione" (Admission test) to go on with filling in the on-line application.

During the pre-enrolment phase, you will be required also to select the administrative category among:

  • Italian EU/ legally residing non-EU citizens, reserved places for EU and non-EU students according to law 30 July 2002, n. 189, art. 26
  • nnot legally residing non-EU citizens, reserved places for non-EU students not included in the law 30 July 2002, n. 189, art. 26
  • Chinese students of Marco Polo Project, reserved places for Chinese students participating in Marco Polo Project.
Ptint the reminder

After completing the registration, print the reminder summarizing the registration details.

Pay the contribution for taking the admission test

By the deadline provided fot rhe test, make payment for the admission test and keep the receipt, which you will be asked for on the day of the test.

 

In order to make payments, it is necessary to access to MyUniTO – Sezione Tasse - select the payment method that you prefer, choosing one of the available methods.

Take the test

Take the test on the dates indicated in the call for admission.

Consult the results of admission tests

The tests results can be viewed by accessing MyUniTO, after having logged in the University Portal.

Select the item “Iscrizioni” then “Test” to see your status in the classification lists (see paragraph ”Results Legenda”)

Check regularly MyUniTO

Check regularly MyUniTO not only for the publication of lists but also during the phases of replacement of available places after the updating of lists.

You can consult the complete classification on the page Degree programs, selecting the tab "With quota of places” and, then, the study course with admission tests. The complete classification list is available under “Dettaglio graduatorie” (see the Italian version - tab "Ad accesso programmato").

Discover the status of you results: legenda

Here is the legenda of status that one can see when the classification lists will be published in MyUniTO:

  • Passed:if you passed, you can go on with the online matriculation no later than the deadlines as foreseen in announcements of competition
  • Not passed: wait for replacements and declare your interest in the fixed dates, as reported in the calendar. Consult frequently your status on MyUniTO, during replacement dates
  • Failed: if you obtained a result which is lower than what is foreseen by the announcement of competition in order to pass
  • Pre-matriculated: you confirmed your place online. Remember that the ultimate matriculation procedure foresees not only the payment of tuition fees peremptorily within 4 p.m.of  the deadline, as indicated in your MyUniTO, but also the upload of matriculation application form dated and duly signed with the receipt of the payment
  • Matriculated: you are regularly matriculated
  • Cancelled: if you fall under one of the following cases:
    • you did not matriculate within the deadlines
    • your admission exam was cancelled
    • you passed for the major choice, for competitions for which more than one choices are to be indicated, the minor choice will be cancelled
    • you did not persist in stating your interest for replacement (replacement application form);
Matriculation
Fill in the matriculation application form

From September 30th 2020, enrol by the deadline specified in the call for admission. If your status is “Passed”, you can enrol as follows:

Log in the University Portal (by selecting login on the home-page, in the upper right box) and authenticate with your credentials (username and password), obtained after the registration at the portal. After authenticating, select the item “Iscrizioni” (Enrolment) in the upper left menu and afterwards the item “Immatricolazione” (Matriculation) to go on with filling in the on-line application.

During this phase, you must upload the following documents:

  • photo that will be printed on the smart card
  • photocopy of a valid identification document;
  • photocopy of tax identification number (codice fiscale).

See photo technical details.

Print your application

Print your application at the end of the online procedure.

Pay the first instalment of the tuition fees

By the deadline specified in the call for admission,  you must pay the first instalment of tuition fees. Only after paying the first instalment by the deadline, your place is confirmed.

In case of late payments, you will lose your place.

Attach the documents

Log in MyUniTO and select the item "Allegati carriera” from the menu "Iscrizioni".

By the deadline specified in the call for admission, attach the following documents: 

  • matriculation application form duly filled and signed
  • receipt of paymentof the first instalment of tuition fees 

Only with respect to the degree course in Exercise and Sport Science  (in Asti and in Turin), students must hold a medical certificate for non-competitive sport activities that is still valid: for more details about the submission of the certificate, read the information that will be published on the website of the course.

Collect your smart card

If you do not have the Smart Card issued by the University of Turin yet, you will receive the collecting details by email at the student's email address assigned to you at the time of matriculation. If you already hold a smart card, update it consulting the instructions provided on the relative webpage (Italian version).

Disabled students or students with SLD

Students with disability may apply, while registering for the test, for specific aids during the TARM test and/or additional time (50% more). For this reason, you must upload, in pdf format, medical documentation attesting the invalidity/disability (unabridged text, not obliterated text).

Students with SLD (specific learning disability) may apply, while registering for the admission test, for additional time equal to 30% to sit the exam. For this reason, you must upload, in pdf format, documentation attesting the diagnosis specific learning disability.

Students with disability or specific learning disability, residing abroad, must submit the certification attesting the disability grade or specific learning disability issued by the country of residence, along with a certified translation in Italian or English language.