How to apply

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS next A.Y. 2023/2024 (from 01 December 2022)


The application journey for the B.Sc in Engineering Sciences for Academic Year 2023/2024 is designed to make the application procedure as easy as possible and to meet all our candidates’ needs.

For this reason, there are three application procedures with different steps and deadlines to ensure that all candidates worldwide have enough time to comply with all legal requirements to study in Italy.

All applications must be submitted exclusively via our online platform Delphi following the indications given. Applications sent via email will be ignored and deleted.

All candidates are strongly advised to complete and submit their applications personally and to keep their credentials safe. All communication will be from our platform Delphi and via the email address indicated in Delphi. All candidates are responsible for checking both their Delphi account and inboxes on a daily basis.

STUDENT CATEGORIES AND APPLICATION PROCEDURES:

As a first step, choose your student category and follow the corresponding application procedure:

*PLEASE NOTE: the three procedures mentioned above (A, B, and C) do not prevent candidates from applying via the application process provided by the School of Engineering. The admission process of the School of Engineering is available in Italian only, and candidates wishing to follow this procedure must refer to the website of the School of Engineering (http://ing.uniroma2.it/) and the Student Office of the School of Engineering (http://ing.uniroma2.it/area-studenti/segreteria-studenti/).

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:

All candidates worldwide wishing to study in an Italian University must meet the legal requirements established by the Italian Government. Please refer to the following link for further information: https://en.uniroma2.it/admissions/how-to-apply/

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED TO SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION FOR THE B.SC IN ENGINEERING SCIENCES:

  1. Personal and School Profile – please fill in the file provided. Any other forms/documents are not allowed

  2. Passport or ID Card

  3. Language Certificate – please check below the list of language certificates admitted

  4. High/Secondary School Diploma or most recent school transcript

LIST OF LANGUAGE CERTIFICATES ADMITTED

any other language certificate not listed here will not be considered for assessment.

  1. Cambridge English Language Assessment
  2. IELTS
  3. Trinity College London
  4. ETS
  5. TOEIC
  6. TOEFL iBT
  7. Pearson EDEXCEL/EDI
  8. English Speaking Board (ESB)
  9. Anglia Ascentis Certificate
  10. Aim Awards (General English/Business English)
  11. C.C.I examination board (London Chamber of Commerce and Industry)
  12. British Institutes
  13. National Qualifications Authority of Ireland – Accreditation and Coordination of English
  • Minimum level required: B2 (Upper Intermediate)
  • Date of certificate: from January 2020 onwards
  • Lower levels and older certificates will not be taken into consideration.

IMPORTANT: Candidates whose native language is English and Candidates whose language of instruction is English do not need to submit a language certificate, but they MUST follow the instructions below:

Candidates whose:

  1. native language is English; please upload a statement declaring your nationality, citizenship and country of residence
  2. language of instruction is English; please upload a statement from your School’s Principal declaring the language of instruction and the number of years of tuition received in English

EXPECTED MATHEMATICAL BACKGROUND:  

Candidates are expected to be familiar with the following basic mathematic topics such as basic algebra, linear equations, linear inequalities, exponential and logarithmic functions, goniometric functions, equations and inequalities of second order, irrational inequalities, statistics, and probability.

Examples of open-source lessons can be found on numerous websites, such as https://www.khanacademy.org/math/high-school-math

  • Applicants must download ALL three files listed below.
  • Before submitting your application, please read the Call carefully for Applications and the Step-by-Step Guide to Delphi Portal and Payment.
  • All candidates MUST download, fill in and upload the Personal and School Profile – please fill in the file provided. Any other forms/documents are not allowed

PLEASE DOWNLOAD:

  1. Call for Applications A.Y. 2023/24 [Call for Applications A.Y.2023-24]
  2. Step-by-Step Guide to Delphi Portal & Payment [Step-by-step-guide-Delphi-portal – 2023-24]
  3. Personal and School Profile [Personal and School Profile – docx] – [Personal and School Profile – pdf] fill in, save and upload it in pdf form on Delphi.

IMPORTANT: If you have any issues downloading or visualizing the three files listed above, please email applications-es@ing.uniroma2.it immediately.

CONTACTS:

  • If you have any questions or issues regarding the application procedure, please get in touch with applications-es@ing.uniroma2.it, including the following information:
  1. Relevant and concise subject line
  2. In the body of your email, include the following details:
    1. Your full name (name + family name)
    2. Place of birth
    3. Fiscal code (if you have already submitted your application)
  3. State your issue or query clearly
  4. Emails should be written in full English without using emojis or inappropriate abbreviations.
  5. Language must be polite and respectful

Due to the extremely high number of applications received, emails written without following these indications thoroughly will be ignored and deleted. So candidates are advised to read the Call of Applications carefully. We appreciate your cooperation.

TUITION FEES

Tuition fees are reviewed yearly, and they are established by the main administration of the University of Rome Tor Vergata. For further information, please visit the link below:

https://en.uniroma2.it/admissions/tuition-fees/

  • Contact the Welcome Office for further information or assistance about fees and payment modalities at welcome@uniroma2.it