ADMISSIONS

 

University curriculum counselling and admissions

To better understand your choice, Link Campus University offers a university curriculum counselling service. The counselling office is the organising structure supporting aspiring university students in the choice of the most suitable study program according to their talent. The counselling activities are also addressed to graduates who wish to continue their studies enrolling in a Master’s degree. The students who want to enrol will be tested in order to be evaluated in terms of personal attitude, general culture and level of knowledge in the subjects of interest, as well as of the English language.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS for enrolling in a bachelor’s degree:

  • Five-year high school diploma;
  • Four-year high school diploma with additional year;
  • Four-year high school diploma issued by upper secondary education institutes in which the additional year is no longer available;
  • Qualification achieved abroad after at least 12 years of schooling.

QUALIFICATIONS NECESSARY to enrol in a Master’s degree:

  • Bachelor’s degree;
  • Old University System degree (in force before dM 509/1999);
  • Qualification achieved abroad and judged as equivalent to the Italian degree diploma (LCU didactic board will assess the candidate’s study program carried out).

The Counselling Office will guide you during all the enrolment phases, from the electronic submission through the GOMP portal, to the compiling and subscription of the enrolment terms and conditions.

The following documents are requested:

Signed photocopy of your Id card or passport;

  • Original or true copy of the high school diploma;
  • Original or true copy of the bachelor’s degree diploma (only for the enrolment in the Master’s degree);
  • Possible original certificates of exams sat at other Italian or foreign universities;
  • declaration of non-enrolment in other universities (Italian and foreign);
  • Payment receipts of the regional tax, enrolment fee and rst instalment of the annual tuition).

Students moving from other universities who want to enrol at Link Campus University, are required to enclose the certificate of the exams that will be assessed for the transfer credits.

The academic office will assess the student’s request of transfer, possibly releasing a letter of acceptance.

LCU accepts enrollment requests from students of any nationality also for the years after the first one. In this case, the acknowledgement from the Academic Senate of the credits previously achieved will be necessary. The admission request, duly compiled, is assessed by the competent academic bodies. Afterwards, the assessment will be communicated to the students.

All students interested in submitting their application to us have to refer to our International Admissions Office.

This department assists the students through their entire experience from the enrollment to graduation and the final dissertation. The office reviews the new enrolled student’s educational back ground, it creates study plans costumed to the student’s necessities, sets a lecture schedule and the dates for the final exams. In addition, the department mediates communications regarding academic activities by having the students participating to seminars organized by the University.

NON-EU Citizens Undergraduate and Graduate Pre-registration Requirements

All undergraduate and graduate students must:

  • have completed at least 12 years of schooling from the first grade to the completion of high school
  • pre-enroll with the Italian Embassy in their country of origin from April to June
  • submit all their academic records to the Italian Embassy of the Country where the title is earned to have them legalized and translated by a recognized  agency that will appointed by the Embassy itself
  • apply for the Declaration of value of your last academic title earned to Italian Embassy of the Country where the title is earned.  (EX: if a Canadian student has obtained his/her own academic title in the United States, he/she must request the Declaration of Value to the Italian Embassy based in the United States)

EU Citizens Undergraduate and Graduate Pre-registration Requirements

All undergraduate and graduate students must:

  • have completed at least 12 years of schooling from the first grade to the completion of high school
  • submit all their academic records to the Italian Embassy of the Country where the title is earned to have them legalized and traslated by a recognized  agency that will appointed by the Embassy itself
  • apply for the Declaration of value of your last academic title earned to Italian Embassy of the Country where the title is earned.  (EX: if a Canadian student has obtained his/her own academic title in the United States, he/she must request the Declaration of Value to the Italian Embassy based in the United States)

NON-EU Citizens Postgraduate Pre-registration Requirements

All postgraduate students must:

  • have completed at least 12 years of schooling from the first grade to the completion of high school
  • pre-enroll with the Italian Embassy in their country of origin
  • submit all their academic records to the Italian Embassy of the Country where the title is earned to have them legalized and translated by a recognized  agency that will appointed by the Embassy itself
  • apply for the Declaration of value of your last academic title earned to Italian Embassy of the Country where the title is earned.  (EX: if a Canadian student has obtained his/her own academic title in the United States, he/she must request the Declaration of Value to the Italian Embassy based in the United States)

EU Citizens Postgraduate Pre-registration  Requirements

All postgraduate students must:

  • have completed at least 12 years of schooling from the first grade to the completion of high school
  • submit all their academic records to the Italian Embassy of the Country where the title is earned to have them legalized and translated by a recognized  agency that will appointed by the Embassy itself
  • apply for the Declaration of value of your last academic title earned to Italian Embassy of the Country where the title is earned.  (EX: if a Canadian student has obtained his/her own academic title in the United States, he/she must request the Declaration of Value to the Italian Embassy based in the United States)

DEPARTMENT OF INTERNATIONAL ADMISSIONS

Monday through Friday: 9.00 am – 6.00 pm

info@linkinternational.eu

Tel. +390694800188

Alessandra Liccardo

Tel +393316614344

a.liccardo@linkinternational.eu

Anastasia Harms

anastasia@unilink.it

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