Maritime science and technology
Bachelor degree

Admission criteria and procedure

Admission criteria

This is a programmed number of bachelor course. To enroll in this course you must have a high school diploma and you have to take an admission test.

Enroll in UniGe and sign up for the test

Admission test and Pre-enroll

By noon on Thursday, August 27, 2020, apply for the admission test, following UniGe's online pre-enrollment procedure.

By noon on Friday, August 28, 2020, complete your application by paying the fee for the admission test of 30 € (using one of the methods proposed).

Are you a non-EU candidate living abroad? 

  • you are admitted to the competition exclusively on the basis of the pre-enrollment application submitted on the Universitaly portal and it is not necessary to enroll online
  • you must contact the Foreign Students Reception Sector (SASS) by Tuesday 25 August 2020 to verify the foreign qualification and the payment of the admission fee

Read the call

Carefully read the general call (italian version) and the specific call. You will find the information needed to take the test:

  • place and date of the test
  • how the test will be carried out
  • topics of the questions
  • how the ranking works

Take the test

Take the admission test.

Complete the enrollment

Enroll in the course

If you've passed the test and you're on the ranking please complete your enrollment:

  • confirm the course of study
  • upload a valid identity document and a passport size photo, if you have not already uploaded it during pre-enrollment
  • in case of change of course of study or renounce, you have to pay an additional 16 € for stamp duty
  • pay the first installment of the taxes

FAQ

The admission test lasts 90 minutes and consists of solving 50 multiple-choice questions on:

  • General and maritime culture - 10 questions
  • Logic and mathematics - 20 questions
  • Knowledge of English - 20 questions

To find out the dates and details of the test, please visit the Admission test section of the course.

The safety/IMO courses are not mandatory but are evaluated as an additional score as described in the call.