I recently graduated from high school but I haven’t decided yet what University I want to apply to. Is there a specific office where I can get the information I need at the Polyfunctional Centre of Gorizia?
Yes, there is. At our CeGo offices we have a Tutoring Office, where you can find all the information about the didactic offer, the courses held at the Gorizia Campus, enrolment procedures, sport activities offered by the CUS – University Centre for Sport, student associations activities and everything about student life at the University of Udine.
What does CeGo offer compared to the other University campuses?
There are various reasons for choosing to study at the Gorizia Campus. You can find them browsing this website: consult the Educational Offer page, read the statements of former students, both Italian and international, or also watch this video presentation.
Where can I find information about the courses offered at the Gorizia Centre?
I have decided to enrol in a course that is held at the CeGo campus. Is there open access or a numerus clausus admission?
The courses are open access. It is important to know that the access to each Degree course requires an entrance exam.
Further information can be found in the answer to the next question and at the pages regarding the Entrance Exams.
What is the “Entrance exam”?
How do I enrol in the specific course I have chosen?
After choosing the course, the student has to fulfil an online pre-enrolment and after that s/he must bring the necessary papers to the Students Office. For further information, you can visit the page How to enrol or have a look at this brochure (only in Italian).
What documents are needed for the enrolment?
The student must hand in at the Students Office the following documents:
- an application on the official form;
- 1 passport type photo;
Is it possible to enrol online?
ATTENTION: the enrolment will be validated only if the student hands in the filled-in online request form, the necessary documents and the receipt of payment.
I used to be enrolled in a University course, but I never finished my exams. Is it possible to start from where I suspended?
The University of Udine established that even if a student has not finished a course in the past, this does not entail the cancellation of the degree-related activities (passed exams and obtained credits). The student can present an enrolment application with a reduction, asking for an acknowledgement of the credits of the previous career. Together with the enrolment application, students who suspended their studies at other Universities have to self-certificate on unstamped paper the exams taken with the grades. If necessary, the student can be asked to attach the syllabuses of the taken exams.
However, it should be noted that there is no obligated acknowledgement; the expert didactic commission will acknowledge the degree-related activities according to its unconditional discretion and will judge the validity or the obsolescence of the previous study program for which the acknowledgement is requested. To verify the procedures for the acknowledgment of previous studies you can visit the Credit Evaluation page.
How much do the University fees amount to?
Information on fee reductions, grants and forms for requesting these benefits can also be found in the same section.
Does the University of Udine give scolarships?
Are there any benefits for public transport?
What kind of services can disabled students benefit from?
The University, through the Orientation and Tutoring Centre (at the Gorizia Centre also through the Tutoring Office), provides special services for impaired and disabled students: from transport to University campuses to giving support during entrance exams.
Qualified staff and civil service volunteers will help students who are interested in such services. To find out more about these services contact:
- by telephone +39 0432 556 804;
- or by sending an e-mail to: email@example.com.
More information is available on the Special Needs Students page.
Are there scholarships for special needs students?
ARDISS (Regional Agency for the Right to Higher education) offers disabled students the possibility to apply for scholarships through the procedure on this page.