Laurea (equivalent to a Bachelor of Science) registration

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I am about to finish secondary school. What do I need to do to enrol in the Mechanical Engineering laurea programme?

To enrol, you will need to sit the online admission test (TOL), which you can sit at our Campuses. You will find all of the details on www.polinternational.polimi.it/how-to-apply/laurea 

What subjects are covered in the admission test?

The TOL admission test is divided into two parts. The first part tests your knowledge and skills in the subjects of logic, mathematics, statistics and physics as well as your verbal comprehension abilities. The second part tests your English skills. To find out more, go to www.polinternational.polimi.it/how-to-apply/laurea/entrance-test/test-on-line-tol/content-details 

What is the best way to prepare for the admission test?

The test questions take into account the national syllabus for Italian secondary schools. For more in-depth preparation, also the POLItest volume is a useful resource: it is was written by some of our professors. For complete details and information, go to www.polinternational.polimi.it/how-to-apply/laurea/entrance-test/test-on-line-tol/how-to-prepare-for-the-tol

How many spots are available in the laurea programme?

The available spots for the laurea programme in Mechanical Engineering are on line every year on the dedicated page.

When will laurea programme enrolment take place?

Various enrolment phases are envisaged. For more information, go to www.polinternational.polimi.it/how-to-apply/laurea/after-having-passed-the-test

Do I need to demonstrate my English skills in order to register for the laurea programme?

Yes. This is why the TOL admission test includes an English section (TENG). The TENG is obligatory, even for those who already have English language certification.

In order to succeed in the laurea programme, do I need a particular academic foundation?

The first year of the laurea programme is structured to give students a common foundation in the basic disciplines underpinning the courses that will be taken in successive years. Regardless of what kind of secondary school a student has attended, the basic knowledge and skills required for beginning the Mechanical Engineering Study Programme are those verified in the admission test.


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