Enrolment

General information regarding enrollments can be found at this link (submission of the enrollment application) and at this link (finalising enrolment).

Enrolments for SERI open on 16 May 2022.

The admission requirements are as follows:

Students need to have graduated in one of the following classes of degree with a final mark of at least 90/110:

  • L-18 "Sciences of economics and business management"
  • L-33 "Economic sciences"
  • L-36 "Political science and international relations"
  • L-37 "Social sciences for cooperation, development and peace"

Alternatively, they can have graduated in a different class of degree, but need to have obtained a total of at least 18 credits in the following disciplines:

Economics-statistics area (at least 6 FCUs and no more than 12 FCUs): SECS-P/01 "Political Economics", SECS-P/02 "Economic Policy", SECS-P/03 "Financial Science", SECS-P/ 06 "Applied Economics", SECS-S/01 "Statistics", SECS-S/03 "Economic Statistics", SECS-S/04 "Demography"

Legal area (no more than 12 FCUs): IUS/01 "Private law", IUS/02 "Comparative private law", IUS/05 "Economic law", IUS/08 "Constitutional law", IUS/09 "Institutions of public law", IUS/10 "Administrative law", IUS/13 "International law", IUS/14 "European Union law", IUS/21 "Comparative public law"

Political science area (no more than 12 FCUs): SPS/04 "Political science"

All students should have a level of English that allows them to attend and follow the lessons. This level is verified:

  – when they have acquired at least 6 credits in an English language course (L-LIN/10, L-LIN/11, L-LIN/12) or

– when they can present a certification or certificate of knowledge of the English language of at least B2 level

Students who meet all of the admission requirements with the exception of the first-cycle degree can enrol conditionally, as described here ("Conditional enrollment for students waiting to obtain their first cycle degree").

Students who do not meet the requirements described above can still proceed with their enrollment application. A commission will evaluate their academic record and the qualifications presented, and will decide whether to admit the candidate directly, to admit the candidate under the condition of obtaining certain requirements, or not to admit the candidate, as described at this link (section "Assignment of status"). Such evaluation is normally carried out by the commission without the need for an interview with the candidate. In any case, there is no entrance test.