Complete Guide to School and University Enrollment in Italy

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What is it?

School enrollment is the process of gaining admission to an educational institution in Italy. This guide covers both primary/secondary school enrollment and university enrollment.

Who needs it?

This guide can be of help to foreign students who wish to study in Italy or for those who recently relocated to Italy.


  1. Check the admission requirements of the school or university to make sure you meet them.
  2. Understand the curriculum or program you are enrolling for.
  3. Apply for admission prior to the beginning of the academic year.
  4. Upon receiving an acceptance letter, make arrangements for accommodation (if necessary).
  5. Pay the necessary tuition fees as indicated by the school or university program.
  6. Complete your registration by submitting the necessary documents.
  7. Attend all mandatory orientation sessions (if applicable).

Required Documents

  1. Identification - Valid passport or ID card.
  2. Diploma or Certificate - Proof of previous educational qualifications (transcripts, school reports, etc.).
  3. Application form - Fully completed and signed.
  4. Passport-sized photos.
  5. Proof of payment for the tuition fee.
  6. Additional requirements may be needed based on the specific school or university policy.

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Additional Details

The process of enrollment may vary from one educational institution to the other, but generally, the above guidelines apply. It’s advisable to check the website of the specific school or university for more detailed information about their admission process and requirements. The deadlines for application submission are also set by the individual schools and universities, so it’s important to verify these dates to ensure timely application.


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