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  • Tuition Fee:
  • Local: $ 1.19k / Year
  • Foreign: $ 1.19k / Year
  • Languages of instruction:
  • Italian
  • StudyQA ranking:
  • 45pts.
  • Duration:
  • 3 years

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    The Bachelor program in Legal Services is taught at the Faculty of Law at the University of Teramo. The university is located in Abruzzo region, in the city of Teramo, Italy. The official code of the program assigned by the Ministry of Education of Italy — L-14. Italian is the main language of instruction for this program as well as for the majority of other programs of the University of Teramo. Students applying for their studies should provide a secondary school certificate translated into Italian as well as an Italian language certificate. Application deadlines for international and domestic applicants can be found on the official website of the university.

    University requirements

    Admission procedure

    EU citizens and non-EU citizens resident in Italy with a valid residence permit shall apply directly to the degree pro- grammes of the University of Teramo. The 5-Year Single-Cycle Degree Programme in Veterinary Medicine only requires a mandatory, selective and competitive admission test.

    When to enrol

    Non-EU citizens who are not resident in Italy, shall enrol with the University of Teramo in accordance with the timetable annually issued by the Ministry of Education, Universities and Research.

    Pre-enrolment application

    Submit the provided pre-enrolment application (Form A) through the Italian Diplomatic Missions in the country of origin and apply for a student visa for “Application to Italian Universi- ties”. Once completed such pre-enrolment procedure, an entry student visa for “Application to Italian Universities” shall be issued.

    Italian Language Test

    The Italian Language Test is mandatory. Candidates who have a certificate indicating that their Italian level is not lower than B2 are exonerated from the language test.

    Residence permit

    After taking the Italian language test, apply within 8 days for a residence permit.

    Enrolment

    Candidates can now register according to the procedures indicated for each degree programme.

    1st-Cycle Degree

    Enrolment procedures in 1st-Cycle Degree Programmes and Single-Cycle Degree Programmes. Each candidate needs to contact the Italian Diplomatic Missions in the country of origin and, in order to validate his/her own qualifications and pre-enrolment, submit the following:

    1. The provided pre-enrolment application (Form A), duly completed and signed;
    2. The final original certificate of secondary school studies;
    3. If entrance exams are laid down to enter university in the country of origin, the certificate proving that the candidate has passed any academic tests;
    4. If the secondary school diploma has been obtained in less than 12 years of education, or if a candidate applies for a shortened programme: the University transcript of records detailing the exams passed and grades, or a post-secondary qualification issued by a non-university higher education institute. Only if a candidate applies for a shortened programme, the transcript of records needs to include the official syllabus for each course;
    5. Any certificates of his/her own language skills;
    6. Two passport photos (one of them needs to be authenticated by the Italian Diplomatic Missions in the country of origin).

    Each candidate needs to obtain from the Italian Diplomatic Missions in the country of origin the following documents:

    1. A legalised translation of both the high school diploma and any other academic and post-secondary certificates;
    2. The Declaration of Value – a document which provides in- formation about the Educational System in the country of origin and compares the qualification level with the Italian
    3. Educational System;
    4. An authenticated passport photo.

    2nd-Cycle Degree

    Enrolment procedure in 2nd-Cycle Degree Programmes. Each candidate needs to contact the Italian Diplomatic Mis- sions in the country of origin and, in order to validate his/her own qualifications and pre-enrolment, submit the following:

    1. The provided pre-enrolment application (Form A), duly completed and signed;
    2. Study diploma achieved at a foreign University equivalent to an Italian 1st-Cycle/Bachelor’s Degree Diploma, or a post-sec- ondary school diploma achieved at a non-University higher education institute which allows further education at an upper level – only whether the high school diploma would be achieved after at least 12 years.
    3. The transcript of records – issued by the University and duly confirmed by the Italian Diplomatic Missions in the country of origin – detailing the exams passed and grades, the offi- cial syllabus for each course, the amount of hours of all the learning activities completed in order to obtain the foreign academic qualification as given in the previous point;
    4. Any certificates of his/her own language skills;
    5. Two passport photos (one of them needs to be authenticated by the Italian Diplomatic Missions in the country of origin).

    Each candidate needs to obtain from the Italian Diplomatic Missions in the country of origin the following documents:

    1. A legalised translation of both the high school diploma and any other academic and post-secondary certificates;
    2. The Declaration of Value – a document which provides in- formation about the Educational System in the country of origin and compares the qualification level with the Italian Educational System
    3. An authenticated passport photo.

    Highlights

    Qualifications and certificates written in a foreign language need to be submitted along with an officially-legalised trans- lation into Italian (candidates may get their own documents translated by official translators at the Italian Diplomatic Missions in the country of origin in order to obtain the declaration of “certified translation”).


    The grants are available to attend academic course Legal Services in Italy. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MAECI) offers grants in favor of foreign citizens not residing in Italy and Italian citizens living abroad (IRE) for this academic year in order to foster international cultural, scientific and technological cooperation, to promote Italian language and culture and to support Italy’s economic system in the world (According to Law 288/55 and its subsequent changes and additions).
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