How to apply
General information concerning the Unito enrolment and registration procedures can be found here.
As to AGIC specifically, candidates are subject to verification of adequate personal preparation (and knowledge of English) through an online written test.
1) To take the exam [a pdf document can be downloaded with instructions on how to access the test], candidates holding a qualification issued by an Italian university other than Unito must first obtain the temporary credentials as "potential students" through MyUnito;
2) It is then necessary to register, again through MyUnito, to the admission test, using the credentials thereby obtained (Myunito> Registrations> Evaluation test). At the end of the process, candidates will display the message "The application process has been successfully completed" and receive a confirmation email. They can then print the reminder. NB: it is necessary to complete the procedure and confirm it. Note that, to complete the procedure, candidates should attach to the application the following documents:
- Self-certification of the degree held/of enrolment in a Bachelor's Degree programme, indicating exams undertaken (required);
- Motivation letter (in English; required)
- CV (in English; required)
- English and second language (or university language exam) certificates, if candidates already have them.
3) The test will take place exclusively online. Once candidates register, they will receive an email with instructions (1-2 days before the test) on how to access the test on the Moodle Platform (and on the day of the test they will also need to be online on Webex). NB: test and registration dates are reported below.
4) Candidates who pass the test must contact the teachers indicated on the webpage to fix the date of the interview.
In 30 minutes, students will be asked to comment (max. 300 words) a short text or a map/graph/chart. In the comment, students should briefly synthetize the content of the text/map/graph/chart and provide their critical interpretation. There are no suggested readings, the test is based on candidates’ own ability to analyze and comment on the provided material.
- Wednesday, June 16, 2021, 1pm (registration from May 10, 9.30am to June 7, 11.59pm);
- Wednesday, July 14, 2021, 1pm (registration from June 17, 9.30am to July 5, 11.59pm);
- Wednesday, September 15, 2021, 1pm (registration from July 15, 9.30am to September 6, 11.59pm)
If successful, the written test is then followed by an interview with AGIC teachers on candidates' motivations for the "Area and global studies for international cooperation" programme. The interview also provides an instrument for verifying formal admission requirements and for assessing English and other languages proficiency (note that candidates have here to exhibit English and second language, or university language exam, certificates).
We remind that candidates should personally fill out the application form. The information entered on the application form and attached documents must be truthful.