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ADMISSION ANNOUNCEMENT
The Admission Announcement for the Academic Year 2017/2018 can be downloaded here
 
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE
The course is entirely taught in English and is addressed to students with a background in basic disciplines such as Cell Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Microbiology, Mathematics and Physics. During the MBG Master Course, besides following the courses and passing the exams, students will carry out a scientific investigation under the supervision of a faculty member. The experimental work will result into a Dissertation (Master of Sciences) that will represent an essential component of the Course programme.
 
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
The entry requirements are:
  • Students holding a Bachelor’s degree in Biology or Biotechnology (DM 509; DM 270) from an Italian university with a score ≥ 92/110 who graduated before October 17, 2017 can enrol directly without admission test. Instructions for direct enrolment to the academic year 2017/2018 are published the Admission Announcement .
  • Students holding a Bachelor’s degree in Biology or Biotechnology (DM 509; DM 270) from an Italian university with a score < 92/110 have to pass the admission test. They can enrol directly to the admission test without undergoing pre-evaluation of their qualifications. For information on the admission test see below.
  • Students holding a degree in disciplines other than Biology or Biotechnology from an Italian University have to undergo a pre-evaluation of their qualifications and have to pass the admission test. For information on pre-evaluation and admission see below.
  • Students about to graduate who are enrolled in the third year of a degree course in Biology or Biotechnology (DM 509; DM 270) (academic year 2016/2017) who do not have a credit deficit of more than 30 CFU on the day of the admission test (September 28, 2017), comprehensive of those awarded for the final test, have to pass the admission test.
Note: students who will graduate after October 17, 2017, in Biology or Biotechnology (DM 509; DM 270) in an Italian university with score ≥ 92/110 will be able to enroll directly to the Master Programme upon the payment of an additional 82 € fee. These students will need to carry out an "in late" enrollment and will not be required to take the admission test. Late enrollments will be accepted until March 1, 2018.
 
KNOWLEDGE OF ENGLISH
For Italian students who are eligible for direct enrolment the passing of the first exam will serve as demonstration of an adequate knowledge of the language. The English language proficiency certificate is not required.
 
ADMISSION TEST
Students who are required to pass the admission test will havo to submit electronically their application between July and September 2017. The detailed procedure and requested documentation is reported in the Admission Announcement.
The admission test will take place in Pavia on September 28, 2017, at 2.30 pm, at the Department of Biology and Biotechnology, via Ferrata, 1. The test will be an interview concerning basic concepts in Molecular Biology, Genetics, Cell Biology, Biochemistry and Microbiology.
 
PRE-EVALUATION OF QUALIFICATIONS
Only students with a degree in disciplines other than Biology or Biotechnology have to undergo a pre-evaluation. They have to follow the instructions reported in the Admission Announcement.
 
ENROLLMENT
Students who are eligible for direct enrollment or that successfully passed the admission test (if required) will havo to submit electronically their enrollment application between October 2-17, 2017. The detailed procedure and requested documentation is reported in the Admission Announcement.
Late enrollments are also accepted until March 1, 2018, upon the payment of an additional 82 € fee.
 
To receive assistance for any problem found during the enrollment procedure including fees, self-declaration or certifications please send an e-mail to matricole.scientifiche@unipv.it
 
 
 

Students can also apply for individual courses, for additional information see here
 
 

 

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