Applicants for the Graduate Degree Course in Aerospace Engineering must already hold a 3-year degree or an Italian or non-Italian qualification recognised as valid under current legislation, and must also meet specific requirements in relation to the curriculum and their personal background. The Admissions Board will verify the applicant's previous educational attainments, curricular needs, motivations, and other factors for assessment as the applicant may submit, such as periods of study outside Italy, internships, and work experience. The Admissions Board may require the applicant to attend for interview. For admission a B2 English language proficiency certificate or equivalent is required. The general application procedure is composed of three distinct phases, starting with a pre-enrolment phase in which the best candidates are directly enrolled. Other candidates will be considered for the second and third selection phases. Besides the general documents, the selection process requires the following documents:
•IELTS (International English Language Testing System) or TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) English Language proficiency certification [certified minimum level B2 or equivalent is required]. The submission of the following documents is strongly recommended and will constitute a positive element in the evaluation for admission to the programme: • Cumulative Weighted Grade Point Average (CGPA)
• GRE (Graduate Record Examinations) General test, or Subject Tests in Mathematics or Physics. Admission test grades either general or specific for aerospace engineering, as for instance GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) for aerospace engineering (AE), will be also taken into consideration. Students must apply online at the Sapienza pre-selection application page.
Admission procedures are slightly different for foreign students who are EU residents or students who are non-EU residents.