• Admission requirements

    To be able to follow profitably the Master degree in Chemistry (Laurea Magistrale in Scienze Chimiche, LM-54) students must possess a Bachelor Degree in one of the following classes: 
    L-27, (Scienze e Tecnologie Chimiche), Italian Ministerial Decree no. 270/04
    L-21, (Scienze e Tecnologie Chimiche), Italian Ministerial Decree no. 509/99.
    Students with a Bachelor Degree and a background in basic sciences that includes more than 20 CFU in mathematics, physics and informatics and more than 30 CFU in chemical disciplines, particularly in following subject areas: CHIM/01, CHIM/02, CHIM/03, CHIM/06 and BIO/10, can be also admitted.
    Assessment of personal competencies and skills is assigned to the Didactic Committee or to a properly designed committee. Students with a Bachelor degree different from those belonging to classes L-27 or L-21 should provide a Curriculum Vitae reporting details of their personal competencies, i.e. a list of the activities they have carried out to get the Bachelor degree. 
    When necessary, a committee composed by teachers of the Didactic Committee will define the specific course units that students must pass to be admitted to the Master degree in Chemistry. Courses should be passed before admission.
    Didactic Committee could provide courses or training activities that will allow students to acquire the competences needed to be admitted to the Master degree in Chemistry. 
    Assessment of the CV by the Didactic Committee or by a properly designed committee can reveal courses or other training activities that cannot be undertaken by the students, in order to avoid repetition of courses and training activities already present in their CV.
    Documents must be submitted to the Student Secretariat - Complesso Universitario di Monte S. Angelo. A link to the application form can be found here.
    Pre-evaluation of past university career
  • Students who have renounced or coming from other Universities may apply for an appraisal of the past university career. Applications should be sent to Sonia Sticco, "Area Didattica di Scienze MFN-Complesso Universitario di Monte S. Angelo". Applications should include the study plan, courses and activities already carried out. Student Practice Commission: proff. Iesce, Giardina, Pavone, Rega, Salvatore
  • Commission responsible for the analysis of the requirements needed for the admission to the Master Degree in Chemistry: proff. IesceGiardinaPavoneRegaSalvatore