AlmaMathematica: online mathematics courses

The purpose of AlmaMathematica is to help students with their mathematics ahead of their University studies. Courses are held in Italian.

Who for

Upper school students interested in enrolling for Alma Mater degree programmes that include basic course units in mathematics, who wish to practice their mathematics and check their knowledge of the fundamentals.

Although not directly linked to the questions included in the entrance tests for restricted access degree programmes or in progress tests, AlmaMathematica certainly represents useful support.

Students enrolled at Unibo who have accumulated additional learning requirements in mathematics. These students can prepare for exams, practice on-line and become part of the AlmaMathematica community.

How organised

The complete AlmaMathematica programme includes the following online modules:

  • Initial module: elementary mathematics
  • Module: Algebra
  • Module: Euclidean geometry
  • Module: Functions
  • Module: Analytic geometry
  • Module: Exponentials and logarithms
  • Module: Trigonometry
  • Module: Probability and statistics
  • Module: Logic

With the aim of providing specific support for the entrance exams for the degree programmes, the AlmaMathematica modules are organized by type of exam: TOLC- E, TOLC F, TOLC-I and other types of entrance exams.

Even students who have been assigned Additional Learning Requirements (OFA) may find beneficial reviewing mathematics by accessing the online programme designed for them.


AlmaMathematica makes tutors available to help students make progress!

For us, no question is stupid or banal: if something is unclear, contact the tutors or post a message. The tutors and/or other student members of the community will be happy to help you.

Our objective is to make sure that everyone who starts a course can complete it, thus laying solid foundations for their future University studies.


To get started, you need an account
If you do not have a Unibo account, or cannot remember if you ever had one, you can register here.

If you have a Unibo account, start here: go to AlmaMathematica