To apply for SCICOMM Master you should have a bachelor’s or higher degree awarded in Italy, or equivalent degree from a recognized University.  We accept application both from  EU and non-EU citizens.


Submission of application CLOSED
Enrollment deadline 31/05/2023
Enrolment deadline 16/6/2023
Lessons Start  25/09/2023
End date 15/06/2024

Submit your online application for admission, required documentation and supplementary information (if applicable) by the date(s) listed below.

From To 
next call: 2024

Candidates must upload the following documents:

  • Curriculum Vitae in English. To better compare the applicants’ CVs we ask you to use the  ‘European’ template. Download the template
  • Transcript of records including a list of all courses, exams and marks awarded (attach an official translation if this document is not in Italian or English);
  • statement of purpose – Download the template
  • Self-declaration of good knowledge of the English language. Download template and download assessment grid;
  • copy of passport (only pages relating to personal information) or identity card.

It is imperative that you submit a complete application, uploading all requested documentation, through our online application system. Please note that the application system will be enabled only during the admission period .


The total course fees for entry to SCICOMM Master are € 2916,00 (taxes included). These fees are the same for both Italy and international students and cover tuition for the year.

You will have to pay your tuition fees in two instalments: € 1466,00 on acceptance of your application after passing the selection procedure (before the 3rd of June), and € 1450,00 by the 21st February of the following year. Fees are non-refundable.


If any scholarships will be offered by external institutions, they will be awarded by the Director and the Master Coordinator, in agreement with the the external referee, taking into account the merit and profile of the candidates.

To learn more about the admission procedure and administrative information write to masters@unitn.it

Admission is based on an evaluation by a committee composed by three members chosen from Master’s Consiglio Direttivo.  The Admissions Committee evaluates whether you  fulfill the entry requirements, and weighs your academic record and scholarly activities, and the statement of purpose.  The evaluation is carried out by allocating points in accordance with the following criteria:

To be eligible you must obtain a minimum score of 50/100 points.  In the event that two or more candidates obtain the same score in the ranking list, preference will be given to the youngest.

The result of your application will be published on this website. If you are successful you can then pay your fees.