Students with International Qualifications should APPLY HERE.
(Instead, if you hold an Italian qualification check this link.)

Browse our available programmes by using the search tool above.

Before you can apply, you must BECOME AN APPLICANT by clicking the button at the top of the page and entering your personal details, after which you will receive your applicant code.

In order to apply you must then fill in the forms and attach the documents listed for your chosen programme(s).

You may SAVE your application at any point to return to it later.

To complete your application, click SUBMIT.

The evaluation process will be carried out only for submitted applications, others will not be considered.

PLEASE NOTE: The indicated amount for the tuition fees may be subject to changes; the new announcement for fees will be available in May 2022.

Featured Programmes

Chat with our Students and Staff!
11 Nov 2021

Our Student Ambassadors play an important role in welcoming new international students

Application calendar for 2022-23
4 Nov 2021


Prospectus 2022 UNIPV
22 Oct 2021

Check and download the prospectus with the information on the University, its courses and activities.

The University of Pavia at a glance
25 Mar 2019

23.500 students, 1.500 international students…

The college system unique in Italy
25 Mar 2019

Pavia, like Oxford and Cambridge in the UK, has a unique College system in Italy, dating back to the 16th century.

City of sports
25 Mar 2019

For Pavia, the title “European City of Sport 2014” is an appreciated international recognition for our
enduring excellence in sport.

University of Pavia - International Dimension
25 Mar 2019

With over 1.500 international students from more than 100 countries, our campus offers a diverse and truly international environment.

Why Study Artificial Intelligence?
19 Mar 2019

Join the live webinar presentation

Why Study Electrical Engineering?
15 Mar 2019

So what do you need to become an electrical engineer? What are your short and long-term career prospects after graduation? And where should you study if you want to become part of the next generation of electric engineers committed to building more sustainable societies? Let’s take a look at why — and where — you should study electrical engineering.