How to enrol for non-EU students in the Master's Degree in Transportation Engineering And Mobility. From pre-enrolment to admission and Visa. The roadmap to start a brillant future in the field of transportation and mobility.

Pre-requisites

Joining the MSc in Transportation Engineering And Mobility requires a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering that allows enrol for non-EU students. In particular, students should exhibit a Bachelor in one of the classes L7 (Civil and Environmental Engineering), L8 (Computer and ICT Engineering), or L9 (Industrial Engineering). Otherwise, candidate students require a level 6 qualification (or above), according to the European Qualifications Framework (EQF). In this case, admission is subject to the assessment of basic knowledge requirements. In particular, non-engineering Bachelor’s should have been comprehensive of  36 ETCS in basic sciences and at least 39 ETCS in industrial engineering, information and communication technology, or civil engineering. In all cases, candidate students should provide evidence of English language proficiency at level B2 or above. To this aim, a certificate issued by the University or a higher-level body recognised by the University is required. Otherwise, individual testing of English proficiency will be required after enrolment.

Pre-enrolment

Non-EU students must pre-enrol online through the Universitaly Portal, the only entry point for pre-enrolment. Generally, the portal opens in mid-May and closes in mid-July. In the application, candidate students should indicate the University of Naples Federico II. Candidates must choose the degree programme they want to enrol in (Master’s Degree in Transportation Engineering and Mobility, in the Master’s Class LM23). They will also need to specify the Embassy/Consulate where they will apply for the visa to Italy. The University of Naples Federico II will assess the pre-enrolment application. The University forwards positive evaluations to the chosen Embassy/Consulate. Federico II also delivers a pre-enrolment letter/acknowledgement to the Embassy/Consulate.

Pre-enrolment documents (to be uploaded on the Universitaly Portal):

  • Passport;
  • Bachelor’s degree Certificate (students should have attained the final Bachelor’s graduation);
  • Transcript of Records (ToR) with a detailed description of the courses attended, and the exams passed to obtain the Bachelor’s degree;
  • A detailed description of the course programs taken;
  • Language certificate (proficiency in the English Language – at least level B2);
  • Motivation letter;
  • Letter/s of recommendation.

Optionally, candidate students could contact the director of the studies  (prof. Cino Bifulco, gnbifulc@unina.it) for the asking to anticipate the pre-enrolment letter/acknowledgement. In this case, candidate students must send by e-mail all the documents listed above. The director of the studies ignores all requests issued before February of the matriculation year. Suppose the director of studies positively assesses the pre-enrolment, he sends the letter/acknowledgement back to the candidate student. The candidate student should upload it to the Universitaly Portal with all other required documents. Note that the Universitaly Portal is the only entry-point for pre-enrolment. All other contacts with the director of the studies only have an unofficial valence. The pre-enrolment positive assessment doesn’t ensure a successful enrol for non-EU students.

Admission

MSc-TEAM does not require an admission test. Pre-requisites (see above) are the only requirements the admission Commission checks based on the pre-enrolment documentation.

Enrol for non-EU students

Accepted students should enrol at the University of Naples premises after the pre-enrolment procedure has succeeded and the VISA is obtained. Be sure to get in contact for enrolment with the  specific Secretariat Office for Engineering courses:

Enrolment starts on September 1st (up to October 31st), while classes start on September 20th.

Tuition fees (non-EU students)

€140/year regional tax (compulsory) + €16,00 legal stamp (compulsory)

Accommodation (non-EU students)

The University of Naples offers free Fiscal code and accommodation assistance through the International Students’ Union (ISU).
Students, once admitted to the University of Naples Federico II, can contact ISU – International Welcome Desk – Largo Santa Maria La Nova, 12 – 1st floor on the left- 80138 Napoli (Opening timing Mon/Fri: 9.00/19.00), phone: +39 324 5947719, WhatsApp: +39 327 6778291, internationalwelcomedesk@unina.it accomodation@unina.it.

Scholarships

Every year the ADISURC (Azienda per il Diritto allo Studio della Regione Campania) launches a call for applications for scholarships (services and money) for students attending university courses.

 

Further information

Further guides for enrolment for all Study Courses in Federico II are available at Study in Italy (by Ministry),  Admission Regulation,  Admission Regulation.

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