UNDEGRADUATE COURSES IN ITALY

Admission procedures for the courses held at the Italian locations

1 – Admission requirements

Before beginning the admission process, you must check that you meet the requirements, and then follow the admission procedure carefully. If you are interested in the Accademia Aldo Galli courses, click here.
You will find all the indications for EU and non-EU students and the admission requirements in the pdf files Procedure for students with an Italian study qualification and Procedure for students with a foreign study qualification below.

Admission Procedure for Students holding Italian qualification

Admission procedure for Student holding a foreign qualification

How to become an IED Undergraduate student

3 – Admission test

Once you have uploaded your application, you will be contacted to take an admission test, which consists of:

Valuation of school record
Language test (for candidates applying for a course taught in a language other than their mother tongue and who do not have a language certificate).
Presentation of a piece of work (for specifications, consult the Admission Procedure)
Admission interview.

4 – Registration and enrolment

After you have taken the admission test, your Advisor will inform you of the result. You will then be able to access your personal area, where you will find your admission certificate, together with the other documents you need to confirm your registration. Your Advisor will check the registration documents uploaded and the payment receipt. If the documentation is complete, you will find the registration kit in your personal area.

To complete enrolment on your chosen course, your administrative position must be fully compliant, and you must present the originals of your enrolment documents at the dedicated enrolment desk (for details, consult the admission procedure).
The enrolment desk is open on IED campuses during the month of September; you will be sent an e-mail with dates and opening times.

Fees

For registration for the first year of the three-year courses, payment is calculated based on the income bracket of the student’s family.

Contributions for the three-year courses therefore vary according to the income band of the family, ranging from a minimum of € 8,800 to a maximum of € 17,200 (the amounts are inclusive of both the Registration Free and the Tuition Fee).

For more information download the pricelist.

Further documents

Non-EU Students Reassignment

Transfer Procedure