To have a place in a first cycle degree course, students must have a high school diploma or a qualification gained abroad that is recognized by the University.
For admission, students also need an A2 level in English in accordance with the European Framework of Reference for Languages. The student’s general knowledge must be such that he can cope with the various disciplines which are part of the degree course.
HOW DO STUDENTS ENROL IN POLITICAL SCIENCES?
As well as having a high school qualification, students are required to take an entrance test which is mandatory but not selective. This test will allow them to check that they have the necessary knowledge/ abilities in the following areas: general knowledge, logic and mathematics, and English. If necessary teaching courses will be available to help consolidate preparation in these fields. Further information can be found in the Teaching regulations of the degree course.
All the information can be found on the University site