In order to enroll in this program you have to take an entry test.
The entry test is made of 60 multiple-choice questions, and includes sections on Written comprehension, Logics and Mathematics, and General knowledge.
A limited number of places is reserved to non-Eu students not resident in Italy. They are not required to take the entry test, but their admittance is subject to a close examination of their profile, previous education and experiences.
In order to follow the courses, and take the exams of the “Politics and economics” curriculum you should be sufficiently proficient in written and spoken English. This means that you should have at least a B2-level knowledge in English (C1, if you decide to enroll in other curricula).