2°-year students may participate in a curricular internship of 300 hours (12 credits) in firms that have agreements with the University of Bologna or in facilities of the Faculty itself. The organisation may be chosen directly by students or proposed by professors or by the Faculty Internship Office. The internship represents an important opportunity for students to gain first-hand experience of the world of work.
The internship activity is examined after completion with a simple pass/fail criterion.
Students enrolled in the degree programme have the possibility to spend part of their academic career in foreign universities in or outside of the European Union, by applying to the relative programmes and carefully checking the requirements for participation in the many opportunities offered by the University for periods of study aboard.
The following are just some of the opportunities for study abroad:
Students may also choose to prepare their final dissertation or carry out their period of work placement abroad.
Departmental coordinator for international student mobility:
Prof. Alessandro Talamelli
Student Mobility Tutor e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
International relations office
The final examination is open to students having obtained all the required credits with the exception of those relative to the final examination. The final examination comprises a specialist dissertation, based on an important design or research project; the activity must be completed by an original dissertation demonstrating autonomy, command of the cultural tools inherent in aerospace engineering and the students' communication skills.
The dissertation must relate to a topic which is coherent with the learning outcomes of the 2nd cycle degree programme. The dissertation will be presented in public before a Board appointed under the terms of the 2nd cycle degree programme regulations.
Non-EU students with residency abroad, pre-enrolment at Italian Embassies and entry visa. Every year, a quota of reserved places for non-EU students with residency abroad is set for each degree programme.
Find out how many reserved places there are by consulting the online database on the MIUR website. For restricted access degree programmes, the quota is also indicated in the calls for applications. For enrollment, first submit your application for pre-enrolment (Form A) at an Italian Embassy (or Consulate) in the country you live in (only under exceptional circumstances can you contact an Italian Embassy in a third-party country, and in such cases the Embassy may refuse your application).
You will be able to pre-enrol for a.y. at the Italian Embassy or Consulate in your country in April/May. This page will be updated with more detailed information as soon as the Italian Ministry for Education, University and Research (MIUR) will set pre-enrolment deadlines for a.y.
Important: pre-enrolment at the Italian Embassy alone does not grant admission to degree programmes. In order to matriculate you also need to complete the admission procedures required by the University of Bologna for the degree programme you have chosen.
You must take the following documents to the Italian Embassy:
You must obtain the following documents from the Italian Embassy:
Italian language test and exemptions from the reserved quota for non-EU students with residency abroad
If you are a non-EU students with residency abroad and you want to enrol in a degree programme taught in the Italian language, you must successfully pass an Italian language test. After passing the Italian language test, you also need to complete the admission procedures set for the degree programme you have chosen. The University of Bologna offers Italian language courses to international students.