All information on Pre-enrolment, Enrolments, Registration for subsequent years (procedures, payments, deadlines) for the 2020/2021 Academic Year can be viewed on the University Portal:
Information and support:
- UNISI OrientarSI – UNISI website focused on students orientation
- ENROLMENT HELP DESK, at the Office for Coordination of Students and Didactics Procedures, which may be contacted Monday and Wednesday from 9:00 to 13:30, Tuesday and Thursday from 14:00 to 15:30 and Friday from 9:30 to 12:30 at +39/0577235511 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- URP – PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICE, Via Banchi di Sotto 55, Siena, toll-free number 800221644 (only from a landline) or +39/0577232290 from Monday to Friday, from 9:20 to 13:00, Tuesday and Wednesday also from 14:00 to 16:00
Along with the reform of study cycles, the University of Siena also introduced admission tests* for those who enrol in a course of study that is not numerus clausus. The test aims to assess the student’s aptitude and preparation level in certain disciplines that are particularly relevant for success in the course of study chosen, and therefore to allow the student to make up for any deficiencies that may emerge with specific refresher courses (where provided for) that will be organised in the first year of study. The test is required, but a negative result will not bar enrolment.
* not to be confused with the admission test required for numerus clausus courses
The Admission Test for the First Cycle Degrees in Communication Sciences and Social Work will focus on the following topics:
- General culture
- Information Technology
The University of Siena requires an English language qualifying examination for all its degree programmes. The level required varies according to the Course of study chosen. Students are invited to consult the website of their course:
NEAR-GRADUATES – REQUEST TO SUSPEND REGISTRATION
In order to make the request to suspend registration for AY 2017/2018, the near-graduate must fill out the specific request (which will be available in the period indicated on the Office’s pages) and send it to the Office for Students and Didactics, between 12 September 2017 and 31 October 2017.
The near-graduate student is defined as the student who intends to obtain the academic qualification within the last session for thesis examination of the AA 2016/2017 (within April 2018) and holds, by 31 October 2017, the following career requirements:
A) Student registered for courses of study regulated by the previous law D.M. 509/99: must have taken all exams in their study plan and must only complete the thesis examination;
B) Student registered for courses of study ex D.M. 509/99 and for courses of study ex D.M. 270/04: must have obtained all the attendance signatures and need to complete not more than 30 credits (CFU) excluding the credits of the final thesis examination.