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Biotechnology

The Degree Program in Biotechnology has a limited access.

In order to enroll, students must pass a selection.

The admission test is for Biotechnology and Biological sciences.

Applications can be now submitted for the academic year 2021/2022.

Please check the relevant call for application and all the information about the a.y. 2021/2022 below.

Biotechnology

67 places for EU and equated non EU citizens (5 reserved to students of Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies and 4 reserved to the Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa)

places for non EU citizens residing abroad and applying for VISA (2 reserved to Marco Polo Project candidates)

Biological sciences

338 places for EU and equated non EU citizens (8 reserved to the Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa)

12 places for non EU citizens residing abroad and applying for VISA (4 reserved to Marco Polo Project candidates)

Sign up or log in to the Alice portal by 3 September 2021 at 12 am:

  1. In order to sign up you will be asked to insert details about your Health Insurance card (tessera sanitaria) and your tax code (codice fiscale)
  2. You will have to upload a scanned copy of your Identity Document and a passport-sized photograph
  3. Once you entered your personal area, please select “Secretariat” and then “Admission Test”
  4. Once you have completed the registration, a receipt of registration to the admission test with a unique number will be available
  5. Please remember to insert your High school final grade by 3 September 2021 (in the menu, at the State Exams section)

The ranking list will be based on the score obtained using the following formula:

P=((M/100)*P1+((N-I+1)/N)*P2+B)*100
M: High School final mark in hundredths
P1=0,7 (percentage for High School final mark)
P2=0,3 percentage for application submission order)
N: applicants number
I: candidate serial number of application to test
B=0,1 (adjustment for final mark cum laude)

In the event of a tie, the younger candidate prevails.

The Ranking list is not yet available

Selected candidates are deleted from the ranking list of the degree programme for which they expressed lower preference, but remain eligible in the ranking of the degree programme for which they expressed higher preference.

Eligible unselected candidates are not required to apply for the inclusion in the ranking list scroll which is automatic for all eligible candidates.

The enrolment procedure is detailed in the section “How to enrol”.

At the end of the ranking list scroll, any vacant place will be made available to applicants being eligible for the admission to the same degree programmes of other universities.

Enrollment guide

Deadlines are included in the ranking list.

Students’ education background is assessed through the TOLC-B test provided (if applicable) “in-presence” by CISIA-Consortium, or joining in the TOLC@CASA mode in November.

The “TOLC B” includes the following learning modules:
Basic Mathematics;
Biology;
Physics;
Chemistry.

Students are required to answer all modules’ questions.

Students who do not correctly answer to at least 10 questions in the “Basic Mathematics” module will have to recover the relevant educational gaps also through the first and/or second evaluation during the course of Mathematics, which is a compulsory first year exam, or through specific tests set up for this purpose, or with the final Mathematics exam. Also for the academic year 2021/22, these educational gaps will not prevent from taking the first-year exams, but still, the Mathematics final exam is a prerequisite to take the second and third year exams.

Further information at https://www.biologia.unipi.it/test-verifica.html.

 

Please find more details about study programs and career opportunities at Degree Program web page.

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