Bachelor's degree in Social Work

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Access type
admission test, limited number
Available places
n. 69 posti EU citizens and Non-EU citizens legally residing in Italy;
n. 5 posti Non-EU citizens not covered by Art. 26 of Law no. 189 of 30 July 2002;
n. 1 posti Chinese students (Progetto Marco Polo);
Part-Time
Yes
Information
Operational unit: Humanistic Studies Teaching and Student Services Unit
1st Installment
338 euro
2nd and 3rd Installment
To calculate the second and third instalments, please see the student Fees Guide at www.univr.it/contributi

How to enroll

Step 1 – Register for and take the TOLC-SU/TOLC@casa test
1. Read the Call for applications carefully. Please note: this summary does not replace the original Call for applications, which candidates are expected to fully know at the time of their registration for the Call.
2. Sign in on the CISIA website.
3. Register for the TOLC-SU/TOLC@casa test on the CISIA website (you will be asked to pay a registration fee of €30): please remember to keep a copy of the receipt, which includes the day and time of your test.
4. Take the TOLC-SU/TOLC@casa test test (you can take it online from home, on dates set by the University of Verona, or by any another university part of the CISIA network. Please note: you can only take the TOLC -E/TOLC@casa test once in each ‘macro-period’ (NOT once a month).
 
Step 2 – Submit your application (applications will be open approximately from July 2020)

5. Register on ESSE3. If you have already registered, please use your login details. For problems logging in, go to: www.univr.it/recuperocredenziali. To complete your registration you will be required to scan and upload a valid ID document.
6. Submit your application on ESSE3. This can also be done before taking the TOLC-SU/TOLC@casa test, as long as the latter is taken and passed during the period of validity set out in the Call for applications.
7. Check the ‘graduatoria’, or list of students eligible for admission. You status will appear as one of the following:

  • Ammessa/o (vincitrice/vincitore) - Eligible and admitted: you have been included among the admitted applicants, and therefore can submit your application for enrolment by the deadline and in the ways set out in the Call for applications, or in the subsequent selection notices.
  • Non ammessa/o ma idonea/o - Eligible but not admitted: you have not been admitted, nor rejected. This means that, despite not being selected in the first round, there are still places available, and you might still be selected at a later stage of the selection process. Please check the relevant updates and selection notices and, if admitted, you will be able to submit your application by the deadline and in the ways set out in the selection notice.
 
Step 3 – Enrol
 8. If you are on the list of eligible students (graduatoria), or if you have been selected at a later stage of the selection process, enrol on ESSE3 by the deadline set out in the Call for applications, or in the notice of selection. To complete your enrolment you will need to scan and upload a passport photo. Should you need help, please see 'How to add your photo'.
 9. On your ‘Payment dashboard’ on ESSE3 pay the first instalment of your student fees via PagoPA, by the deadline set out in the Call for applications.
10. Wait for confirmation email. Please note: you will not receive the confirmation email immediately, since the Enrolment Office will need to process and check your documents and qualifications before confirming your enrolment.
 
Students with disabilities and SLD/learning disabilities 
Admission tests for limited-entry degree programmes are organised taking into account the needs of candidates with disabilities or SLD/learning disabilities, and their right to take part in the tests on a fair and equal basis. For more information: Inclusion and Accessibility.     

Extra-Eu Students
  1. Submit your application to the local Italian Embassy or Consulate on UNIVERSITALY: https://www.universitaly.it/index.php/registration/firststep;
  2. register on the University’s student management system ESSE3 by clicking on ‘Registrazione’ in the menu bar;
  3. wait for the email confirming your successful application submission (your application will be received and recorded automatically by the system);
  4. pay the application fee (as indicated in your email of confirmation);  
  5. take and pass the Admission test, as set out in the relevant Call for applications;
  6. take and pass the Italian language test (if you are not exempt from taking it), by following the instructions that will be made available on https://www.univr.it/it/i-nostri-servizi/studenti-internazionali by 30 November 2020;
  7. check with the International Student Desk of the University of Verona whether your qualification is suitable for entry to your chosen degree programme; 
  8. if your application has been successful, proceed with your enrolment;
  9. wait for confirmation of enrolment email.

 

Admission test


Paper-based test to be taken on
Da maggio le prove del TOLC-SU si svolgeranno secondo la modalità TOLC@casa.

Il TOLC@casa, come il TOLC-SU in presenza, può essere sostenuto con qualunque Ateneo aderente al consorzio CISIA. La partecipazione avviene restando nella propria abitazione.

Le date di erogazione dei test con l'Università di Verona sono:
Giugno: 3, 4 e 9.
Luglio: 8, 9, 10, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 27, 28, 29, 30
Agosto:
24, 25, 26, 27, 31
Settembre: 1, 4, 7.

Maggiori info sul TOLC@casa

Il calendario completo delle date e delle Università con sui sostenere il test viene aggiornato costantemente sul sito web del CISIA

FAQ TOLC@CASA    
Entrance exam fee
30 euro (da versare al CISIA)

Required documentation for public selection