Single cycle Degree (please refer to the Italian University System description)
The undergraduate course in Dentistry is the first implemented in Italy in English language, in agreement with ADEE (Association of Dental European Education), the European institution that gathers all the most well-known/renowned Schools of Dentistry.
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The main goal of the new course is to graduate excellent dentists, by complementing the learning of well established concepts of the traditional study course with the achievement of all the knowledge and skills requested by the highest international standards, making good use of the newly available technologies and of the digital devices, that render us advanced in basic and clinical research, as well as in professional training.The foreign students will have the chance to integrate with Italian colleagues and into the localcommunity of Siena, being exposed to an international and intercultural experience/formative experience/educational experience.
Distinctive characteristics of the future graduates will be the respect for the dignity of the human beings and the conscientious care for the patients’ needs.
Our graduated Dentists will have the opportunity to find jobs not only in Italy, but also in other European countries, as well as in the world developing countries.
A recent surveyby the Italian Association of Dentists showed that 91,5% of dentists are stably employed within three years of graduation, as in other European countries.
This is a Restricted access degree programme, with an access test and limited enrolment (30+4 non-EU Students)
International students wishing to apply for a Laurea Magistrale (Master’s Degree) must possess a degree or a university three-year diploma, or another study qualification from overseas, recognized as suitable, and with specific curricular requisites and adequate personal preparation, verified with the modes set out in the learning regulations for each master’s degree course, that also state the specific access criteria.
Please note that some programmes may have a restricted access and the application could be subject to admission tests.
International students wishing to enrol at a first cycle (bachelor - laurea triennale) degree programme taught in Italian or English or to the non-restricted access single cycle degree in Giurisprudenza at the University of Siena, can submit their documents in order to receive a letter of acceptance through the online platform within the deadline set by the University for each academic year.
The applications on the online platform for the assessment of entry qualifications of international students wishing to enrol on a first (undergraduate) or second (master's) cycle degree programme taught in Italian or English at the University of Siena will have different time frames according to the different courses. Students are invited to visit periodically this platform - http://enrolment.unisi.it/ - in order to see which applications are open and the relevant deadlines.
Universities and Higher Education Institutions are entitled to officially recognize international qualifications.
Please remember that this procedure does not transform a foreign secondary school diploma into an Italian qualification.
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Departments at the University of Siena have adopted a semester system.
The academic year is divided into two terms: from October to January, and from March to May. At the end of each term, a period of examination is scheduled.
However, each department has its own academic calendar, which can be found at the departments’ website (at the section “Didattica”): http://www.unisi.it/strutture/dipartimenti
2018-2019 indicative academic calendar
Autumn term (1st semester)
- Lecture period: October 1st, 2018 - January 18th, 2019
- Examination period: January 21st - March 1st, 2019
Spring term (2nd semester)
- Lecture period: March 4th - June 14th, 2019
- Examination period: June 17th - July 31st, 2019
Determination of the contribution amounts
The contribution amount due from each student enrolled in degree courses, master’s degree courses or single cycle master’s degree courses offered by the University of Siena is defined on the basis of the following elements:
a) category the degree course belongs to
b) economic status of the student’s immediate family, as this is expressed by the equivalent economic situation indicator (ISEE) for the year immediately preceding the year of enrolment
c) enrolment year
d) University credits earned (ECTS credits) in the twelve months prior to 10 August
The study course fall under one of the three categories below:
a) humanities-social studies (US)
b) technical-scientific (TS)
c) EU regulated healthcare (EU)
Note: For students who are citizens of non-EU member countries and who are not residents of Italy and for students to whom ISEE calculation is not applicable to their immediate family, an adjustment coefficient depending on the country of origin may be applied.
The University of Siena makes available a tuition fees calculation page: http://www.maprin.unisi.it/tasse18_19/index_eng.php
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