Enrollment

Computer Science Enrollment

Entry Requirements

Applicants are supposed to possess Bachelor degree either in Computer Science or in Computer Engineering or in other relevant disciplines, with at least 45 ECTSs in computer science or computer engineering, or other academic qualifications deemed to be equivalent. Italian as well as foreign applicants are welcome and will be considered on an individual basis.


Moreover, good knowledge on basic computer science disciplines is required, and will be evaluated on the basis of student's curriculum and possibly through a written test and/or an oral interview.

How to Apply

In this section you find basic info on application, divided according to the following categories of prospective students

  • EU Students or NON EU students resident in Italy
  • Non EU students

EU Students or NON EU students resident in Italy

Enrollments are open in the period August-September (prior to the beginning of the lectures in mid of September) with an extension up to the end of February which allows to start the attendance of courses at the second semester. More information at the international website.

Non EU students

Pre-screening

The candidates should submit the Application Form on the Universitaly portal.

Once the pre-enrolment application has been completed, candidates must apply for a university study/enrolment visa at the Italian consular diplomatic mission of their country of residence (only on an exceptional basis, applicants can turn to the Italian Consular Authority in a third-party Country, but in this case the Consular Authority may reject the application). The deadline for the pre-enrolment application will be established soon by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research.

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We are now processing pre-enrollment applications for the accademic year 2022/23. Please beware that the deadline for applying for UNISA scholarship is June 6th, 2022. Please refer to the public Call for applications.

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At the Italian Consular Authority, applicants must hand (*):

  1. first cycle degree obtained at any University
  2. certificate released by the relevant academic institution assessing the passed exams as well as the detailed programmes and time plan devoted to the teaching and laboratory activities provided for each subject area necessary for the attainment of the degree or certificate presented;
  3. two photographs.

At the Italian Consular Authority, applicants must require:

  • the authentication and translation of the first cycle degree certificate (both procedures must be carried out by the Italian Consular Authority in the Country which the school/university/institute releasing the certificate belongs to);
  • the declaration of the legal value for the degree certificate (the procedures must be carried out by the Italian Consular Authority in the Country which the school/university/institute releasing the certificate belongs to);
  • the authentication of one of the two photographs.

(*) The documents not written in Italian language must be handed in the original copy together with the official translation into Italian; the translation is a responsibility of the applicant and must be certified by the relevant Italian Consular Authority. The translation may also be carried out in Italy by official translators or by the diplomatic representative operating in Italy of the Country where the document has been released. Translations of the "programmes of the university exams" passed, if these are written in English, French, German, Spanish, are not required.

English is the official language of the MSc degree programme in Computer Science – Specialization in Internet of Things at the University of Salerno being English , thereforethe applicants do not need to provide any Italian language certificate. English knowledge is one of the mandatory requirements and must be proven in the Curriculum Vitae of the applicants or in the academic records. Students who are able to prove that have already completed a former academic degree course (bachelor or master) officially taught in English do not need to provide further certification. Some Italian Consular Authorities require an English Language Certification (IELS, or other).

Interview

Applicants may have to prove to effectively possess the admission requisites reported in the documentation. On this purpose candidates may have to pass, before enrollment, an interview examination to be held in person upon their arrival in Italy or in teleconference from their originating country, before their arrival. In order to correctly verify the identity of the candidates, in the latter case, they should be able to provide a satisfactory video connection.

ARRIVAL IN ITALY AND VISA REQUEST

Once the Degree Programme Board at the University of Salerno has assessed the qualification of the degree, the applicant will receive a formal offer letter, to be handed at the relevant Italian Consular Authority in order to request a valid VISA for studying in Italy (visit https://studyinitaly.esteri.it/visa for detailed information).

Within 8 days upon his/her arrival in Italy, the admitted student must apply for a stay permit for study reasons at one of the authorized Italian postal offices.

Enrollment

Student will be assisted for the enrollment procedure and the first payment of fees and taxes.

Possible Scholarship

Information about ADISURC (Azienda per il Diritto allo Studio Universitario Regione Campania) Scholarship

Every year the ADISURC (Azienda per il Diritto allo Studio Universitario Regione Campania) issues a Call for applications (see https://www.adisurcampania.it/), whose deadline coincides with the enrolment period, for scholarships (services and money) for students with low family income, attending Degrees, Master Degrees or Ph.D courses.

International students who meet all the income and merit requirements listed in the Call may be admitted.

International students (EU and non-EU) can apply through the same on line procedure.

After applying (within end of September) applicants must handle the so-called ISEEP (Indicatore della Situazione Economica Equivalente Parificato – ISEE equivalent). You can address for ISEEP to several CAF offices.

Requisiti di accessoTORNA SU

  • L’iscrizione al Corso di Laurea Magistrale richiede il possesso della Laurea o del diploma universitario di durata triennale o di altro titolo conseguito all'estero, riconosciuto idoneo ai sensi della normativa vigente.
  • Per essere ammessi al Corso di Laurea Magistrale in Informatica è richiesto il possesso della Laurea nelle classi L-31 o L-8 (ex DM 270) o un titolo equipollente, o nelle classi 26 o 9 (ex DM 509). Nel caso di laurea in classi diverse, è necessario aver conseguito almeno n. 45 CFU nei settori INF/01 e ING-INF/05.
  • Nel caso di mancanza di requisiti curriculari in termini di SSD/CFU, il Consiglio Didattico indica le attività formative necessarie per la loro acquisizione. Eventuali integrazioni curricolari in termini di CFU devono essere acquisite dallo studente prima della verifica della preparazione individuale; non è in ogni caso consentita l’iscrizione con debiti formativi.
  • Per i laureati provenienti da Università straniere l'adeguatezza dei requisiti curriculari è valutata caso per caso sulla base della coerenza fra i programmi svolti nelle diverse aree disciplinari e le basi formative ritenute necessarie per la formazione avanzata offerta dal corso di studi.
  • Per essere ammessi al Corso di Laurea Magistrale è altresì richiesto il possesso di un’adeguata preparazione personale.
  • L'adeguatezza della personale preparazione ai fini dell'ammissione è accertata da apposita Commissione mediante analisi del curriculum di studi e una prova di ammissione, i cui contenuti e modalità di svolgimento sono definiti dalla struttura didattica e resi noti sul sito WEB del Dipartimento.
  • Sono esonerati dalla prova di verifica dell’adeguatezza della preparazione iniziale i candidati che hanno conseguito la Laurea nelle classi L-31 e L-8 con votazione non inferiore a 80/110.

La prova di ammissione per la valutazione della personale preparazione consisterà di una prova scritta ed un eventuale colloquio e verterà sui fondamenti delle architetture degli elaboratori, delle reti e dei sistemi operativi, degli algoritmi e delle strutture dati, della programmazione procedurale e OO, delle basi di dati e dell’ingegneria del software, della programmazione distribuita e dello sviluppo web. Un esempio di prova è fornito in allegato.

La prova di ammissione si terrà nei mesi di settembre e febbraio.

Informazioni sulle procedure e le scadenze per la registrazione ad ESSE3 e l'immatricolazione sono rese note sulla pagina del sito di Ateneo dedicato alle immatricolazioni.

Per maggiori informazioni di carattere didattico rivolgersi alla Presidente del Consiglio Didattico prof.ssa Giuliana Vitiello (gvitiello@unisa.it)

Per informazioni di carattere amministrativo rivolgersi all'Ufficio Didattica del Dipartimento di Infomatica attraverso la creazione di un ticket con il servizio Helpdesk Studenti.