Why study Genomics?
Genomics is a restricted-access programme: this means that you will have to be selected to take part.
One of the following:
European and European-assimilated candidates
One of the following
- SAT score
- Dossier (=high school transcripts + English language certificate B2*)
- SAT score
- TOLC-I scores + English language certificate B2*
The minimum level of English required to be a GENOMICS student is B2 (from the CEFR scale.): if you apply via Dossier or via TOLC I test, you will also have to provide us with an official language certificate (among those that will be listed in the Call for Applications), whereas no language certificate is necessary if you take the SAT.
*The list of language certificates we can accept will be available in the Call for Applications a.y. 2017/2018.
Some information about SAT:
We accept SAT General Test, without Essay. We will not assess or consider the Essay part of the test.
You can take the test in different locations all over the world. Check what's the nearest to you from this page.
Bologna will host an SAT session on 6 May 2017 (other towns may host more sessions).
Each test date and the venue has limited capacity. Make sure you register at your earliest convenience to be included as a test taker at you preferred location.
For ALL information about this test (its structure, registration, preparation, etc.) you need to refer exclusively to the College Board website.
After taking the test, it is mandatory that you ask College Board to forward your SAT scores to the University of Bologna, using code 6993.
Universities and Research Institutions, Centers for translational research, advanced diagnostics, companies working in the ICT, biotechnological, biomedical, industrial, pharmaceutical, environmental and agribusiness sectors. Other employment opportunities include Biocomputing counseling in forensic sciences and trials.
Graduates may also specialize their profiles, choosing from a wide range of second cycle degree programmes run by the University of Bologna, including Molecular and Industrial Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Molecular and Cellular Biology and Biocomputing.
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Last updated August 2, 2018