The academic requirements to the Master course  is a second level degree (laurea magistrale o specialistica) or a degree from the old Italian university system in Chemistry, Physics, Engineering and Materials Science.  Foreign students can be admitted holding an overseas equivalent qualification recognised by the "Tor Vergata" University.  Admission to the Master course is  governed by the student's academic qualifications.

 

The Master Council can recognize documented professional competences or internships that have taken place after the completion of the course giving access to the Master (including any teaching activities during the course period), provided that they are relevant for the contents of the Master.  Credits valid for the Master completion will be allocated to the recognized activities with a corresponding reduction in the training up to a maximum of 20 credits.

 

The academic qualifications valid for the admission must be held at the moment of the registration, before starting the course. Enrolment to the Master course is incompatible with enrolment to other university courses. 

 

Admission to the Master course is subject to a positive evaluation of the candidate's curriculum by the Master Council.  A maximum of 40 candidates will be admitted: the minimum number below which the Master will not be run is 5 candidates (reduced to 3 if there is sufficient coverage of running costs).

 

If the number of applicants exceeds the maximum available places, the admission will be based on a ranking decided by the Master Council.  In the event of any candidate turning down, admission of replacement candidate to the Course will be based on ranking position.

 

The list of candidates admitted to the Master course will be published on this website and on the website http://www.uniroma2.it on 10/01/2017.

 

 

The candidates who have been admitted to the Master course must register by 16/01/2017.