Checklist for EU students already admitted to a degree programme

If you have yet to apply for admission, first read the information on how to prepare for enrolment.

If you have already been admitted to a degree programme, please read the following steps to complete your enrolment.

Before leaving for Italy

1. Start online enrolment

2. Find out about financial benefits

3. Prepare the necessary documents

  • Prepare the documents relating to your foreign qualification to be presented upon enrolment  (read the list: first/single cycle degreessecond cycle degrees) and upload them to Studenti Online ("Calls" - "Matriculation for the 22_23 academic year - document upload for international students with foreign qualifications").
  • If you have applied/are going to apply for financial benefits or tax exemptions, prepare the necessary documents and check how to send them to ER.GO. The documents regarding the economic situation of international students (for ER.GO benefits and for the exemption from fees) must be translated into Italian and legalized.

4. Request your tax code and look for accommodation

After your arrival in Italy

5. Complete enrolment and obtain your badge

  • Go to the Student Administration Office to present your qualifications and complete your enrolment.
  • - If you are studying at the Bologna Campus, make an appointment with the International Student Administration Office in Bologna (access Studenti Online, click on "Bookings" and then " International Student Administration Office in Bologna").
    - If you are studying at a Romagna Campus, make an appointment via email with the Student Administration Offices of CesenaForlìRavenna or the International Desk of the Rimini Campus.
  • Get the QR code that will allow you to  print off your badge.
  • Check whether you have to present your study plan and the deadline for your degree programme.

6. Learn about the national health service

Check which health services you can access with the European health card (EHIC) or how to register with the Italian National Health Service.

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