Here you can find all information about our First cycle/BA degrees, Second cycle/MA degrees and doctoral courses.

Admission to both First cycle and Second cycle degrees (also indicated as “courses” in brief) is regulated by different access modalities. In compliance with existing legislation, the Department provides:
Entry test-based First cycle degrees. The entry test is compulsory; it does not determine a maximum number of enrollments but it aims at verifying the students’ basic knowledge. Terms and conditions for participating in the entry tests both of single courses and of course classes are described in the call for application. To enroll, students have to participate in the entry test and complete the enrollment procedures by the deadline described in the call for application, regardless of their position in the final ranking. Considering their results, students could be assigned some additional educational obligations to be fulfilled according to the conditions established by each School.
Admission test-based courses, determining a maximum number of enrollments. The maximum number is indicated in the call for application that is issued for each course. To enroll, students have to participate in the test according to the terms described in the call for application, get a proper position in the final ranking and complete the enrollment procedures by the deadline.
Second cycle/MA degrees with assessment of personal competences and skills. Students aiming at enrolling in these courses are required to preliminarily verify if they possess all curricular prerequisites to access the courses, as indicated in the Regulations of the single courses and in part 2 of the Teaching Regulation of the University.

Student Affairs Office Faculty of Lettere e Filosofia

Secretarial Building – Campus, entrance from Viale Regina Elena
Email: segrstudenti.filesuso@uniroma1.it
Opening times:       Monday,  Wednesday, Friday 8.30am-12
                               Tuesday, Thursday 2.30pm-4.30pm

Students are required to fill their curricula on the Infostud webpage from 19 November 2015 to 27 February 2016.
From 23 November 2015, students enrolled in LINGUE, LETTERATURE, CULTURE, TRADUZIONE in the academic year 2015-2016 can fill their curricula on the Infostud webpage.
Students who have to provide a printed curriculum (enrollment up to academic year 2010-2011) can download the form at the link below:

Curriculum form

Course timetable for academic year 2015-2016
First semester
Opening: Monday, 12 October 2015 (first year  First cycle/BA degrees could start on Monday, 5 October 2015, if rooms are available after the exam session).
Closing: Saturday, 16 January 2016
Notice: Teaching staff needing to extend the duration of courses are required to give notice to the competent offices in order to allow the reallocation of the classrooms for the first semester. In any event, courses must close by 23 January 2016.
Second Semester
Opening: Monday, 29 February 2016
Closing: Saturday, 4 June 2016
Winter session: from 18 January to 27 February 2016 (3 exam dates; the first date must fall on any day by 30 January 2016). Notice: the first exam date of the winter session to be fixed by 30 January 2016 covers both academic year 2014-2015 and academic year 2015-2016.
Summer session: from 6 June to 30 July 2016 (3 exam dates; the first date must fall on any day by 17 June 2016).
Autumn session: from 1 September to 1 October 2016 (2 exam dates; the first date must fall on any day by 10 September 2016). Notice: Professors are required to fix an extra exam date, from 17 to 29 October 2016, for students graduating in the fourth session of academic year 2015-2016.
Winter Session, academic year 2016-2017: from 23 January 2017 (3 exam dates). Professors are required to fix the first exam date, covering also academic year 2015-2016, by 31 January 2017.
Extra exam sessions are meant for fuori corso students, repeaters, workers, and students graduating in the first and second sessions of academic year 2015-2016 and in the first session of academic year 2016-2017:
First extra exam session: from 1 to 18 December 2015, covering  academic year 2014-2015;
Second extra exam session: from 4 April to 13 May 2016, covering  academic year 2015-2016;
Third extra exam session: from 1 to 21 December 2016, covering  academic year 2015-2016.

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