Master Degree (Laurea Magistrale) in
Embedded Computing Systems

APPLICATION PORTAL                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Masters programme website

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS 2018-19 open
Call A.Y. 2018-19 (English / Italian)

key facts

tuition and grants

The number of students is limited to 40 (28 EU and 10 non- EU citizens 2 honours students Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna).
Admission to the master programme takes place yearly, following a public competition.
The selection process aims to evaluate each applicant’s background and education, assessing those potential skills required when attending an interdisciplinary and innovative educational programme. The selection is set by titles and an interview.

REQUIREMENTS

The number of students is limited to 40 (28 EU, 10 non- EU citizens, 2 honours students Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna).
Admission to the master programme takes place yearly, following a public competition. The selection process aims to evaluate each applicant’s background and education, assessing those potential skills required when attending an interdisciplinary and innovative educational programme. The selection is set by titles and an interview.


- Bachelor degree with a curriculum studiorum fitting the Master Degree Course Regulations (Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Information Technologies etc.)
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Good knowledge of English language, at least corresponding to an intermediate level (B1 Level in the European Framework for foreign languages).

EU candidates who will get their final bachelor degree before December 31st 2018 are eligible as well.
non-EU candidates who fill get their final bachelor degree before July 31st 2018 are eligible as well.



DEADLINES

non-EU candidates not residing in Italy: May 18th, 201801 pm (Italian time)


EU candidates and non EU candidates residing in Italy, first session: September 14, 201801 pm (Italian time)


EU candidates and non EU candidates residing in Italy, second session: November 15, 201801 pm (Italian time)


ONLINE APPLICATIONS

In order to provide all required information and attachments, please read carefully art. 3 and 4 of the call for application
(English / Italian)

Admission portal - Section non EU

Non-EU applicants admitted to the interview

Non-EU applicants final ranking list

Admission portal - Section EU

EU applicants admitted to the interview

EU applicants final ranking list

SELECTION SCHEDULE WILL BE PUBLISHED SOON

Selection Committe

non-EU candidates

assessment of submitted documentation:  May 28th, 2018
interview: June 13th, 2018                                                 
final ranking list of eligible applicants:          

EU candidates first session         
assessment of submitted documentation: September 20th, 2018 
interview: September 25th and 26th, 2018                                                
final ranking
list of eligible applicants:          

EU candidates second session         
assessment of submitted documentation: November 22nd, 2018 
interview:                                                 
final ranking
list of eligible applicants: November 27th and 28th, 2018

FOREIGN STUDENTS

Useful information

non-EU students - How to enrol and timeline

International students guide

 

 



 

 

   
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