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Application Process

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BACHELOR

All foreign students with a recognized Diploma from high school may apply to the Bachelors’ Programmes offered by Politecnico di Milano. The Application process consists of four consecutive steps.
First Step: On-line application and submission of required documents that will be reviewed for the selection of the applicants. This process is generally open from November until  March of each year.
Second Step: If the application is positively evaluated, the candidate will be suggested to submit the required documents to the Italian Embassy in the applicant’s country, which will be the reference for obtaining an Italian Visa and to complete the enrollment to an Italian University. The deadline for this process is set annually by the Italian Ministry of Education and generally takes place in spring. Since the deadlines and requested documents may vary according to the applicant’s country, it is recommended to contact the Italian Embassy (www.esteri.it/eng)
Third Step: Entry to Italy. By the end of August the Italian Embassy issues an entrance visa for study purpose to all the admitted applicants.
Fourth Step: Admission Test. At the beginning of September students must take an entrance admission test. More information regarding the contents and example of the test is available on the website http://www.polinternational.polimi.it/ 
For any further information about the required documents and precise deadlines for applicants please refer to “How to apply”  on the website http://www.polinternational.polimi.it/ or contact www.polimi.it/contact-us   

MASTER

All foreign students with a recognized Diploma from high school may apply to the Bachelors’ Programmes offered by Politecnico di Milano. The Application process consists of four consecutive steps.
First Step: On-line application and submission of required documents that will be reviewed for the selection of the applicants. This process is generally open from November until  March of each year.
Second Step: If the application is positively evaluated, the candidate will be suggested to submit the required documents to the Italian Embassy in the applicant’s country, which will be the reference for obtaining an Italian Visa and to complete the enrollment to an Italian University. The deadline for this process is set annually by the Italian Ministry of Education and generally takes place in spring. Since the deadlines and requested documents may vary according to the applicant’s country, it is recommended to contact the Italian Embassy (www.esteri.it/eng)
Third Step: Entry to Italy. By the end of August the Italian Embassy issues an entrance visa for study purpose to all the admitted applicants.
For any further information about the required documents and precise deadlines for applicants please refer to “How to apply”  on the website http://www.polinternational.polimi.it/ or contact www.polimi.it/contact-us  


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