Enrolment for international students

Make sure you have first completed all the previous procedures as laid out at Application for non-EU citizens residing abroad and at Application for EU, equivalents, non-EU citizens legally residing in Italy.


Before proceeding with the enrollment procedure, please check that you have all the required documentation.


You can enroll by following the guidelines "Enrolment procedure for international students 2023-2024":

    Non-EU citizens residing abroad must be in possession of a study visa and receipt of the residence permit application in order to enrol.

    To finalize your enrolment, you have to wait for the International Office to unlock the payment of the enrolment fee. Afterwards you will receive an email with all the information on how to submit your payment.


    The enrolment procedure is entirely online. If you need help completing your enrolment, you can book an in person appointment for our enrolment desk support for international students. Book your appointment:

    In order to enroll, you need to create a MyUniTo account as a prospective student. You can follow the instructions.  Once logged in, update your personal data.


    Additional information on enrolment is available on the following web pages:

    If the program you chose requires a TOLC test for admission, when registering make sure that your fiscal code (codice fiscale) is displayed on your TOLC results sheet, verify its correctness and that it is the same as on your MyUniTo account. You can check the fiscal code on your account by logging in your MyUniTo, click on Iscrizioni (Enrollments) in the upper left menu and then on the item Dati anagrafici (Personal data).

    • If your fiscal code is not shown on your TOLC results sheet and you don’t have your official fiscal code yet, you must contact CISIA help desk and provide your passport data and the fiscal code as shown on your MyUniTo.
    • If the fiscal code shown on your TOLC result sheet is wrong, you must contact CISIA help desk and provide your passport data and the correct fiscal code.
    • If the fiscal code shown on your MyUniTo is not correct, you must contact [email protected].
    Residence permit (only for non-EU students residing abroad)

    Non-EU students residing abroad must apply for a residence permit within 8 working days after entering Italy. For more information and assistance, please see the webpage Residence permit.

    Fiscal code

    It can be issued by the competent Italian diplomatic-consular authority or once in Italy, it can be issued by one of the local offices of the Agenzia delle Entrate. Once in Italy, you can apply for the tax code by booking an appointment at the university desk managed by the
    Agenzia delle Entrate.
    To book the appointment visit the page Tax Identification Code.