Instructions for Marco Polo Project Chinese Students
Within the first eight days since the arrival in Italy you will have to apply for the Stay Permit for study purpose to the competent “Questura” (specific police office) of the city where you intend to establish your residence, according to the modalities and deadlines for the non-EU students, on the base of the Inter-ministerial dispositions published on the website of the MIUR: www.studiare-in-italia.it
If you want to, you can request the residence permit before your arrival in Italy, filling the form with the assistance of Uni-Italy. For further information check the following website: www.uni-italia.it
The fiscal code is a 16-digit alphanumeric code, issued by the “Agenzia delle Entrate” for free, which uniquely identifies Italian and foreign citizens.
With the fiscal code you may:
Citizens resident abroad may apply for it to the Italian Diplomatic Representation in the country of residence.
Having a valid health insurance for Italian territory is extremely important to apply for the stay permit within the first 8 days from the arrival in Italy. In case the student does not have an health insurance subscribed in his country and validated by an Italian Diplomatic Representation, he can choose between two options: either a private health insurance, or a voluntary registration to the SSN (National Health System).
Find information on the website: www.salute.gov.it
Tor Vergata University of Rome offers a new service which will allow you to access the national health system. Check the link for further information: White Codes Room.
Sit for the admission test to the chosen program, where provided, according to the calendar scheduled for all students on the base of the dates established by the Universities (or by the MIUR, for the programs with numerus clausus).
If you passed the test but you do not fall in the ranking of the accepted students of the chosen University, according to the deadlines and procedures for non-EU students, you can:
The applications for point b. must be provided to the rector of the chosen university and aswell to the rector of the university where you attended the admission test.
Remember: the students who do not pass the admission test or do not obtain the reassignment in a different programme or university are compelled to leave Italy within the expiry date of the Visa (or Residence Permit for study) unless they hold any other documentation which allows them to legally stay in Italy after the expiry date of the above-mentioned documentation.
For the programmes with a numerus clausus national ranking, such as: Medicine&Surgery, Dentistry, Vet Medicine and for the BA and Master programs for Architecture, with a national ranking, it is not necessary to apply for a reassignment in a different University.
Fill and provide the form below to the International Students Secretariat:
Re-Assignment to a Programme Form.pdf