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[GUIDE] REGISTERING FOR THE IMAT AS A NON-EU
Hey guys, I have written a clearer and updated version of this post here if you want to go check it out 🙂
When the “Pre-enrollment” date of the IMAT is released by MIUR (around April) the first step is to go to your local consulate/embassy.
You are considered an EU student if you have lived in Italy or an EU country with a residence permit for at least 1 year.
If you’re a non-eu candidate living in your own country, you go to the Italian embassy/consulate in your country.
If you’re a non-eu candidate residing in a different country than your original one you must go to the embassy in that country. If for example you’re an American citizen currently residing in Russia, you would go to the Italian embassy located in Russia.
The embassy will tell you what documents and papers to prepare. The paperwork and requirements are different from country to country, but some documents are common.
DECLARATION OF VALUE (DoV): (more detailed article will be released soon!)
Pictures of you
Copy of passport
2- REGISTRATION FOR IMAT TEST:
- You have to make an Universitaly account : https://www.universitaly.it
3- THE DAY OF THE EXAM:
Each test centre has its own specifications including what time you are required to be present. For example:
So please be aware of that and check your centre specifications; some people weren’t allowed into the exam because they showed up after the time requested.
You must bring the following documents/items with you on the day of the test:
- Both of the confirmation emails that you received during the registration and payment process.
- A photographic form of identification
4- AFTER THE EXAM :
The question paper and answers are published on the MIUR website in advance of results being released. Candidates have five days to submit ‘item challenges’ from the date these are published.
After the results are out, your first choice university will send you an email informing you that you have passed; you will then need to follow their instructions. You will then go to apply for your student visa at your embassy/consulate while keeping your university updated on the process.
It depends on the university. Some universities require it to get a DoV.
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thank you for your post, it is very informative and helpful ❤️
however, I still have a question if you don’t mind
So...when the student will start studying, I mean when the 1st semester starts? If the results are after October, does it mean that students have to wait until September next year?
Thank you for your help! Now I understand it
Anyway, I remember you mentioned that the last EU-student who was accepted got his/her offer in March 2017. How is it possible and when he/she started the 1st semester? 😀
P.S. sorry if it’s a bit off-topic, and not related to non-EU. I just find it very interesting)