How to enroll

Bachelor (three-year Laurea) in Physics
Formule

There are no enrollment restrictions, but students must attend a compulsory self-evaluation test (VPI – Initial preparation assessment). In any case, the result of the test does not preclude students from enrolling in the Bachelor course.
 

Enrolling procedures

Enrolling procedures can be found on this page from the main site and on this page on e-learning and online teaching website.

 

VPI test

The School of Science manages all Science degrees at the University of Milano-Bicocca. Detailed information about the test can be found on the School of Science website.

 

Accommodation

If you are searching for accommodation in the Bicocca campus, please visit this pages on the main site:

Accommodation.
Other residences.

 

Enrolling as part-time student

For every Laurea course (Laurea triennale in Fisica, Laurea magistrale in Fisica e Laurea magistrale in Astrofisica e Fisica dello Spazio), beside the standard full-time enrollment, students have the possibility to choose a part-time enrollment. The procedure to follows is explained in the University Students Regulation.

 

Contacts

Teaching activities secretary, Mrs. Maria Grazia Perrone didattica.fisica@unimib.it

President of the Teaching Board of Bachelor and Master Degree Courses, Prof. Maddalena Collini maddalena.collini@unimib.it

Bachelor Degree Responsible Prof. Alessio Ghezzi alessio.ghezzi@unimib.it

Furthermore, a tutoring service is active, aimed at providing information on the Bachelor program and academic support to 1st year students.

Master in Physics
Fisica particelle

The access to the Master Program is based on the following admission criteria, better described in the Master Course Regulation.

Bachelor’s Degree

Applicants to the Master’s Degree in Physics must possess a first-level, three-year (Bachelor’s) university degree or diploma, or a recognized equivalent qualification from a non-Italian Institution.
More specifically, admission is allowed to students with Bachelor’s degrees from Science or Engineering Schools who possess the necessary knowledge and skills to enter a Master Program in Physics.

 

Assessment interview

Applicants must possess at least 12 CFU in Physics (from FIS/01 to FIS/08) and 16 CFU in Mathematics (from MAT/01 to MAT/09).
In an assessment interview a specific commission will evaluate students’ knowledge in the above mentioned subjects and will give them indications on how to improve their preparation and fill possible gaps.

 

Language requirements
A good knowledge of the English language is required in order to successfully follow the lessons taught in English. It is believed that with a level lower than B2 (certification is NOT required) the student will not be able to take full advantage of the courses taught in English.
 

Deadlines and procedures for the application submission

Information can be found on this page from the main site and on this page on e-learning and online teaching website.

 

Assessment interview: dates and details

Information on the assessment interview and the annual schedule can be found on this page from the main site and on this page on e-learning and online teaching website.

 

Accommodation

If you are searching for accommodation on the Bicocca campus, please visit this pages on the mail site (in Italian):

Accommodation.
Other residences.

 

Enrolling as part-time student

Beside full-time enrollment, students can choose a part-time enrollment in the Master Program, following the procedures explained in University Students Regulation.

Contacts

Teaching activities secretary Mrs. Maria Grazia Perrone didattica.fisica@unimib.it

President of the Teaching Board of Bachelor and Master Degree Courses Prof. Maddalena Collini maddalena.collini@unimib.it

Supervisor of the Master program Prof. Leonardo Giusti leonardo.giusti@unimib.it

Master in Astrophysics and Space Physics
Astrofisica via lattea

The access to the Master Program is based on the following admission criteria, better described in the Master Course Regulation.

Bachelor’s Degree

Applicants to the Master’s Degree in Astrophysics and Space Physics must possess a first-level, three-year (Bachelor’s) university degree or diploma, or a recognized equivalent qualification from a non-Italian Institution.
More specifically, admission is allowed to students with Bachelor’s degrees from Science or Engineering Schools who possess the necessary knowledge and skills to enter a Master Program in Physics.

 

Assessment interview

Applicants must possess at least 12 CFU in Physics (from FIS/01 to FIS/08) and 16 CFU in Mathematics (from MAT/01 to MAT/09).
In an assessment interview a specific commission will evaluate students’ knowledge in the above mentioned subjects and will give them indications on how to improve their preparation and fill possible gaps.

 

Language requirements

A good knowledge of the English language is required in order to successfully follow the lessons taught in English. It is believed that with a level lower than B2 (certification is NOT required) the student will not be able to take full advantage of the courses taught in English.

 

Deadlines and procedures for the application submission

Information can be found on this page from the main site and on this page on e-learning and online teaching website.

 

Assessment interview: dates and details

Information on the assessment interview and the annual schedule can be found on this page from the main site and on this page on e-learning and online teaching website.

 

Accommodation

If you are searching for accommodation on the Bicocca campus, please visit this pages on the mail site (in Italian):

Accommodation.
Other residences.

 

Enrolling as part-time student

Beside full-time enrollment, students can choose a part-time enrollment in the Master Program, following the procedures explained in University Students Regulation.

Contacts

Teaching activities secretary Mrs. Maria Grazia Perrone didattica.fisica@unimib.it

President of the Teaching Board of Bachelor and Master Degree Courses Prof. Maddalena Collini maddalena.collini@unimib.it

Supervisor of the Master program Prof. Massimo Dotti massimo.dotti@unimib.it