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Educational offer


We would like to inform you that the Teaching Secretariat of the Department of Maternal Childhood and Urological Sciences is in contact with students via the following e-mail address          

In order to find the Internship Forms for Degree Thesis and other forms, students can connect to the In-depth section of the departmental didactic website and download the attachments to be filled in.

Once completed and signed, they must be sent exclusively via the following e-mail address:

Applications for internships for the purposes of the Degree Dissertation must be received by the Teaching Secretariat from 1 September to 30 November of each Academic Year.


Bachelor's and Master's Degree Courses

Course catalogue

Bachelor's and Master's degree courses (also known as study courses for brevity) provide for different types of access. On the basis of the provisions in force they are established:

a) Degree courses with entrance tests to test knowledge without a restriction on the number of accesses, but with an obligation to take part in the test: the terms and procedures for taking part in the tests for individual courses or groupings are governed by the call for applications. In order to enrol in these courses, students must participate in the test in accordance with the procedures set out in the notice and complete the enrolment procedures, within the deadlines set out in the same notice, regardless of their position in the rank list. Following the outcome of the test, the student may be assigned some additional educational obligations, which must be fulfilled in accordance with the procedures established by each faculty.

b) Programmed access study courses, which provide for a restriction on the number of students that can be enrolled: this number is indicated in the call for applications, issued for each study course. In order to enrol in courses with programmed access, students must take part in the test according to the procedures set out in the call for applications, place themselves in the ranking in a useful position in relation to the number of places available and complete the enrolment procedures within the deadlines set out in the same call for applications.

c) Master's degree courses with verification of prerequisites and personal preparation: students wishing to enrol on this type of course must first check that they meet the curricular entry requirements laid down in the Regulations of each course and included in part two of the University's Academic Regulations.


First- and second-level Master's degree

This is a postgraduate or postgraduate specialised/master's degree course run by the university but with possible participation of the world of professions and labour, with the character of scientific refinement and permanent and recurring advanced training, designed for recent graduates but also for professionals who feel the need for updating or retraining. Masters courses provide knowledge and skills of a professional, technical-operational or project-related nature.


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Advanced Professional Courses

This is a postgraduate specialisation or master's course that provides knowledge and skills for functions required in the exercise of particular professional activities. It makes it possible to obtain authorisation to practise these professions. It is aimed at training specialists in specific professional fields.

Specialisation Courses Medical Area - Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry - Faculty of Pharmacy and Medicine

Research doctorates

The research doctorate represents the highest level of university training and is accessed after a specialist/master's degree. It lasts three years; access is by competitive examination based on qualifications and examinations. It is reserved for a limited number of participants.

It is awarded the title of doctor of research.


PhD courses
Higher education courses

The university promotes, also in collaboration with public and private bodies and entities, advanced training and refresher courses, in accordance with current legislation and Article 2, paragraph 10 of the university's didactic regulations, with different entry requirements compared to those envisaged for master's degrees. And with a generally shorter duration.

Higher education courses (in Italian)
Advanced Training courses

Training courses are courses intended both for cultural promotion and professional refresher courses (permanent and recurrent education courses, cultural activities for adults, preparation courses for public competitions and state examinations for qualification to practise the professions, refresher courses for staff).


Training courses (in Italian)


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