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Students may only apply to an Italian university if they have an educational qualification that would allow them to enrol. This secondary education qualification must have been awarded after at least 12 years of study; otherwise, it needs to be accompanied by an academic certificate concerning the exams taken, or evidence of post-secondary education which makes up for any missing years of secondary school.

Admission to Italian universities requires a certificate attesting that any university entrance exam required by law in the home country has been passed (e.g. the Vestibular for Brazil, Selectividad for Spain, Prova de Aferiçao or Prova Geral de Acesso ão Ensino Superior for Portugal, GAO KAO examination for China, etc.).

The evaluation of non-Italian secondary qualifications for the sole purpose of admission to Italian academic study is the task of the individual institution. Universities make their decisions quite independently, applying their own regulations which take into account the bilateral agreements and multilateral conventions signed by the Italian government (the latest of which is the so-called “Lisbon Convention”), as well as some general admission rules agreed upon at national level.

The equivalence of studies must be certified by a Declaration of Value (Dichiarazione di valore), issued by the Italian Embassy in the country where the student last studied.