Rules and regulation for the entry test for Bachelor degree

2019/2020 Academic Year

 

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After completing the scrolling lists, due to the absence of further eligible candidates for the following bachelor’s degrees programs :

  • Economia
  • Economia aziendale
  • Management dell’informazione e della comunicazione aziendale
  • Business and management (scrolling list to be completed shortly)

 

All Candidates who:

  • have sit the TOLC-E or English TOLC-E (even after the 5th September 2019) but have not submitted the application for UniTO call within the deadline set;
  • candidates who are classified as "Annullato" in the ranking list because they have not enrolled and/or have not payed  the first instalment within the time limit set, or because they have sit the test after the 5th September 2019;

can apply again for only one of the bachelor’s degrees mentioned above.

 

The application must be sent by email between October  14 and October 18 (until 3 pm) at requisiti.sme@unito.it with subject “Ripescaggi lauree triennali".

 

In the email interested candidates have to specify their personal data (surname, name, date and place of birth, National Insurance Number), the bachelor’s degree they want to enroll on. Moreover candidates are asked to attach the certificate of the taken TOLC-E or English TOLC-E ( the document can be downloaded on CISIA website at candidate's personal page).

 

Applications will be examinated according to places still available and the criteria laid down in the announcement.

If available places exceed the number of applications delivered by the 18th October 2019, all candidates will enroll in accordance with the rules that will be communicated by email. Otherwise the committee will establish a merit ranking list based on score obtained in the admission test and candidates will be enrolled until the number of available places is reached.

 

 

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For a.y. 2019/2020 access modalities to the three-year bachelor programs of the School of Management and Economics will change.

 

Several of the three-year degree courses of the Department of Management and the Department of Economic, Social, Mathematical and Statistical Sciences have a capped number of places, so all students interested in enrolling on the following degree courses:

  • Business & Management (English-medium program);
  • Economia Aziendale (i.e. Business Economics, Italian-medium program);
  • Economia (i.e. Economics, former Economia e Commercio, Italian-medium program);
  • Management dell’Informazione e della Comunicazione Aziendale (i.e. Information and Business Communication Management, Italian-medium program);

must take the CISIA On-line Test (TOLC-E in Italian and/or English TOLC-E in English) and then participate in one of the calls for admission to the individual degree courses (the calls do not involve any further examinations or tests).

If you have a qualification issued by a non-Italian High School or University you are required to apply through Apply@UniTO procedure.

NB: the content of this page is a summary of the "Regulations for admission to the 2019 three-year courses” and the full document should be read. The Calls for applications will be published as soon as they are available and should also be read carefully.

We recommend consulting this page frequently to ensure you have all the latest information.

 

Number of places available

The maximum number of students who may enrol in the first year, divided by degree course, is:

 

1 - Business & Management (250 students in total)

  • Students with an Italian academic qualification, Students with a foreign academic qualification: 200
  • Students with a non-EU foreign academic qualification resident abroad: 40
  • "Marco Polo” Programme for Chinese students: 10

2 - Economia Aziendale (1000 students in total)

  • Students with an Italian academic qualification, Students with a foreign academic qualification: 985
  • Students with a non-EU foreign academic qualification resident abroad: 5
  • "Marco Polo” Programme for Chinese students: 10

3 - Economia, former Economia e Commercio (395 students in total)

  • Students with an Italian academic qualification, Students with a foreign academic qualification: 340
  • Students with a non-EU foreign academic qualification resident abroad: 50
  • "Marco Polo” Programme Chinese students: 5

4 - Management dell’Informazione e della Comunicazione Aziendale (250 students in total)

  • Students with an Italian academic qualification, Students with a foreign academic qualification: 237
  • Students with a non-EU foreign academic qualification resident abroad: 8
  • "Marco Polo” Programme Chinese students: 5

Access to the aforementioned three-year degree courses is therefore conditional upon taking the CISIA On-Line Test in Italian (TOLC-E) or in English (English TOLC-E).

Application for international students: Apply@UniTO

If you are a student with a foreign academic qualification, a student with a non-EU foreign academic qualification resident abroad or a Chinese student on the “Marco Polo” Programme, the online application procedure Apply@Unito is mandatory to enrol at University of Turin.

 

Applications are received from 14th January to 14th April 2019.

  • Applications received by 28th February 2019 will receive a feedback from 13th April 2019.
  • Applications received after 28th February 2019 will receive a feedback from 26th May 2019.

 

If you wish to take TOLC-E or English TOLC-E to enroll at a University other than University of Turin, please check the rules and condition of enrollment on the website of that University.

 

What are the TOLC-E and the ENGLISH TOLC-E

They are individual tests, different for each participant and consisting of questions selected automatically and randomly from the CISIA TOLC database through a software created and managed by CISIA - Consorzio Interuniversitario Sistemi Integrati per l'Accesso.

If you wish to enrol on one of the courses indicated above, you must take the test in Italian (TOLC-E) and/or the test in English (English TOLC-E).

 

If you take:

  • the English TOLC-E, you can only participate in the application procedure for the (English-medium) degree course in Business & Management;
  • the TOLC-E, you can only participate in the application procedure for the (Italian-medium) degree courses in Economia Aziendale, Economia (former Economia e Commercio) and Management dell’Informazione e della Comunicazione Aziendale;
  • both the English TOLC-E and the TOLC-E, you can participate in both application procedures.

 

Characteristics of the test in Italian (TOLC-E)

It is an individual test taken on-line, consisting of:

  • 36 closed-ended questions, divided into three sections (Logic, Reading Comprehension and Mathematics).

Each question has five possible answers, of which only one is correct, and the score will be determined as follows:

  + 1 correct answer

     0 no answer given

  - 0.25 incorrect answer

  • 30 English language assessment questions, with a score determined as follows:

  + 1 correct answer

     0 incorrect answer or no answer given

The test lasts for a total of 105 minutes (of which 90 minutes for the first 36 questions and 15 minutes for the English Language Assessment).

 

Characteristics of the test in English (English TOLC-E)

It is an individual test taken online, consisting of:

  • 36 closed-ended questions, divided into three sections (Logic, Reading Comprehension and Mathematics).

Each question has five possible answers, of which only one is correct, and the score will be determined as follows:

  + 1 correct answer

     0 no answer given

   - 0.25 incorrect answer

The test lasts for a total of 90 minutes.

 

How can I become a UniTO student?

Warning: application for international students

If you are a student with a foreign academic qualification, a student with a non-EU foreign academic qualification resident abroad or a Chinese student on the “Marco Polo” Programme, the online application procedure Apply@Unito is mandatory to enrol at University of Turin.

 

Applications are received from 14th January to 14th April 2019.

  • Applications received by 28th February 2019 will receive a feedback from 13th April 2019.
  • Applications received after 28th February 2019 will receive a feedback from 26th May 2019.

 

If you wish to take TOLC-E or English TOLC-E to enroll at a University other than University of Turin, please check the rules and condition of enrollment on the website of that University.

 

Phase 1: Take the TOLC-E and/or the English TOLC-E

If you want to take the TOLC-E and/or English TOLC-E test you must follow this procedure:

  • Register on the CISIA website;
  • Register for the TOLC-E (and/or the English TOLC-E) and select the date and centre in which to take the test;
  • Pay the test registration fee, using the methods indicated on the CISIA website (in the section on TOLC Regulations), when you book the TOLC-E and/or the English TOLC-E.

Remember that if you take:

  • the English TOLC-E, you can only participate in the application procedure for the (English-medium) degree course in Business & Management;
  • the TOLC-E, you can only participate in the application procedure for the (Italian-medium) degree courses in Economia Aziendale, Economia (former Economia e Commercio) and Management dell’Informazione e della Comunicazione Aziendale;
  • both the English TOLC-E and the TOLC-E, you can participate in both application procedures.

NB: you must pay an extra fee for enrolling in degree courses in Business & Management and in Management dell’Informazione e della Comunicazione Aziendale, in addition to the ordinary fees, as specified on the relevant websites.

 

Dates and centres

You can take the test in any of the examination centres offering the TOLC-E: the TOLC-E and the English TOLC-E test calendars are published on the CISIA website.

If the examination centre indicated when you register for the test is Turin, you may sit the tests at the School of Management and Economics (corso Unione Sovietica 218 bis, Turin), on the following dates:

  • first period
    • 15th and 16th April 2019;
    • 7th, 8th, 14th, 15th, 20th and 21st May 2019;
    • 4th and 5th June 2019;
  • second period
    • 23rd and 24th July 2019;
    • 3rd and 4th September 2019.

Support

For more information on the TOLC, consult the frequently asked questions published on the CISIA website; if you need help registering on the CISIA website and subsequent registration for the TOLC-E and/or the English TOLC-E, contact the Help Desk.

Phase 2: Submit your application in response to the UniTO calls

After taking the TOLC-E and/or the English TOLC-E, you can submit your application in response to the calls which will result in the creation of classification lists.

You can send your application through your personal MyUniTO page. If you do not possess the University of Turin institutional credentials, you can register by following the instructions on the dedicated page of the university website.

Log in to MyUniTO and register for the calls planned in two different periods and with different rules. For further details, consult the "Regulations for admission to the 2019 three-year courses".

 

NB for international students:

  • if you are a student with a foreign academic qualification, you can submit your application to participate in the calls in both the first period (31st May - 14th June 2019) and in the second period (20th August - 6th September 2019);
  • if you are a student with a non-EU foreign academic qualification resident abroad or a Chinese student on the “Marco Polo” Programme, you can only submit your application to participate in the calls for the second period (20th August - 6th September 2019), for the available places indicated in the paragraph "Number of places available".

 

First period 31st May - 14th June 2019

Two calls are announced during the first period, for the total number of places indicated in the paragraph "Number of places available".

You can participate if:

  • you are a last year high school student or a high-school graduate;
  • you took the TOLC-E or the English TOLC-E between 1st January 2018 and 13th June 2019;
  • you obtained a minimum score of 20 points.

NB: you must meet all the requirements indicated above to apply and only the score you obtain in the latest TOLC-E and/or English TOLC-E you may take will be considered.

 

Choosing your degree course

- If you took the TOLC-E in Italian, you can participate in the call to apply for one of the following (Italian-medium) degree courses:

  • Economia;
  • Economia Aziendale;
  • Management dell’Informazione e della Comunicazione Aziendale.

- If you took the English TOLC-E, you can only participate in the call to apply for the (English-medium) degree course in:

  • Business & Management.

- If you took the TOLC-E and the English TOLC-E, you can participate in both calls.

 

Second period 20th August - 6th September 2019

Two calls are announced in the second period for the remaining places after the enrolment and repechage procedure from the first period.

You can participate if:

  • you are a high-school graduate;
  • you did not enrol after the calls of the first period;
  • you took the TOLC-E or the English TOLC-E between 1st January 2018 and 5th September 2019.

NB: you must meet all the requirements indicated above, but it is not necessary to have obtained a minimum score in the test to participate in the calls of the second period. Below certain thresholds, you must take the mandatory resits (OFA) during the first semester.

 

Choosing your degree course

- If you took the TOLC-E in Italian, you can participate in the call to choose a maximum of two of the following (Italian-medium) degree courses:

  • Economia;
  • Economia Aziendale;
  • Management dell’Informazione e della Comunicazione Aziendale.

- If you took the English TOLC-E, you can only participate in the call for the (English-medium) degree course in:

  • Business & Management.

- If you took both the TOLC-E and the English TOLC-E, you can participate in both calls.

 

Classification lists

The classification lists of the calls of the first period (31st May - 14th June 2019) are published by 10th July 2019.

The publication date of the classification lists for the calls of the second period (20th August - 6th September 2019) will be announced in the "Calls for applications".

 

You can consult the merit classification lists and check your position through MyUniTO.

For details of how classification lists are created, consult "SECTION IV - Classification lists" of the "Regulations for admission to the 2019 three-year courses".

 

Phase 3: Enrol in UniTO

If you submitted an application in the first period and:

  • you are classified as "Admitted" on the classification lists, you can enrol by following the instructions on the UniTO website;
  • you are classified as "Not admitted", check your MyUniTO frequently, as you might obtain a place through the repechage procedure.

For information on the repechage procedure and reallocation of the places, consult the "Regulations for admission to the 2019 three-year courses".

If you do not obtain a place in the repechage procedure, you can still submit an application in the second period, between 20th August and 6th September 2019.

 

If you submitted an application in the second period, enrolment depends on the preferences you expressed:

  • if you are «Admitted» in the first preference, the second preference is automatically cancelled and you can only enrol for the first preference;
  • If you are «Admitted» in the second preference, but not in the first, you can enrol for the second preference and then change degree course if you are subsequently «Admitted» for your first preference as a result of repechage;
  • If you are «Admitted» in the second preference, but not in the first, you can decide not to enrol and to wait to possibly be «Admitted» for your first choice as a result of repechage. However be careful, because in this case, you might not be able to enrol for any of the preferences expressed.

Follow the instructions on the UniTO website to enrol.

 

The following are attached:

  1. a summary of the deadlines for the first period (registration and enrolment);
  2. a diagram with examples of creation of the classification lists for the second period.

 

Students with disabilities and Specific learning difficulties (SLD)

The procedure for students with disabilities or with specific learning difficulties (SLD) is indicated in the TOLC Regulations of the CISIA.

The students must upload the disability or SLD certification when they register in the TOLC area of the CISIA portal and specify the support they need to take the test.

 

For foreign students with disabilities or with specific learning difficulties wishing to take the test at the Turin examination centre, the relevant certification issued by the foreign Authority can be sent by e-mail to the competent office at the University of Turin (see below) only for a preliminary and not binding check. Certification issued in a foreign language must be accompanied by a certified translation into Italian or English.

 

All specific information on the procedures for candidates with disabilities or specific learning difficulties (SLD) is contained in the "Regulations for admission to the 2019 three-year courses", Art. 11 - Students with disabilities or with learning difficulties.

 

For Italian students with disabilities or with specific learning difficulties wishing to take the test at the Turin examination centre, the followings are valid certifications:

  • Students with disabilities

As indicated in the "Regulations for admission to the 2019 three-year courses", the following is valid:

"disability certificate pursuant to Law no. 104 of 5th February 1992 or certification of disability with a percentage equal to or above 50%".

  • Students with specific learning difficulties

As indicated in the "Regulations for admission to the 2019 three-year courses", the following is valid:

"SLD certificate pursuant to Law no. 170 of 8th October 2010 (reference ICD-10 code F81 and/or name of the disorder), as indicated by the MIUR [Ministry of Education, University and Research] in the Guidelines attached to Ministerial Decree no. 5669/2011, which must be issued by the National Health Service or by accredited specialists or structures, if required by the Regions; the student is responsible for providing suitable written documentation certifying accreditation with the National Health Service of said accredited specialists or structures, if this is not specifically indicated in the certificates.

A diagnosis made by private specialists (not accredited) must be endorsed by the National Health Service in order to be accepted. The issue date must be within the last three years prior to registration. The University considers diagnoses starting from 1 January 2016 to be valid. Certification issued after the age of eighteen is considered valid, regardless of the date indicated.

Special Educational Needs (BES or EES in Italy) certificates cannot be used to request support if they do not indicate the presence of learning difficulties, as they are not recognised by current regulations on university education".

 

All specific information on the procedures for candidates with disabilities or specific learning difficulties (SLD) is contained in the "Regulations for admission to the 2019 three-year courses", Art. 11 - Students with disabilities or with learning difficulties.

 

 

The competent office at the University of Turin is:

Ufficio Studenti con Disabilità e DSA

Via Po, 31 - (Via Po, 29 student entrance) - Turin

E-mail: ufficio.disabili@unito.it