IJAPP

How to apply

IJAPP

Applying for a course at IJAPP is very easy to do.
Here is an overview of the steps you’ll need to take:

Get in touch
Fill out the contact form on this website with your details. You’ll be contacted by one of our Student Advisers who will provide any information you need as well as offer advice regarding your choice of course, according to your goals and preferences.

Send your documents
Your Student Adviser will let you know which documents you’ll need to send to be able to apply for your chosen course. We will then verify these to ensure you comply with the entry requirements, where applicable. Below is a list of the usual documents we require for course enrolment.

Enrol
You’ll then complete the course enrolment form (this will be sent to you via email by our student advisers) and you’ll complete payment of any applicable fees. Your Student Adviser will tell you everything you need to know about payment schedules and course fees, including which fees are payable and when.

Receive your admission letter
You’ll receive your official admission letter and welcome kit once your enrolment is complete and you’re formally admitted onto your course. You’ll use this admission letter if you need to apply for a visa to study in Italy.

Student support
You’ll be supported by our Student Help Office regarding all the practical aspects of beginning your journey at IJAPP, including finding suitable accommodation in Milan.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Please see each individual course page to find out the relevant entry requirements.
at IJAPP we evaluate each application on an individual basis, so if you have non-standard qualifications and would like to find out if you are eligible to study with us, please get in touch and we’ll let you know what your options are.

TUITION FEES

Course tuition fees are payable either in one lump sum or in instalments. In any case, payment must be completed before you attend your course. Detailed information regarding payment of fees can be given by our Student Advisers.

List of standard documents required for enrolment

Below you will find a list of the usual documents that are required to enrol at IJAPP, according to course type.

Please note that although these are the usual documents required for enrolment, there may be additional/different ones required in certain circumstances. Our Student Advisers are available to guide students through the application and enrolment procedure and will inform you if any other documents are required.

In certain cases, it may be possible to enrol even if you don’t have all the documents listed below. We assess each application individually, so if you are unsure and would like to explore if you can study with us, please contact us through the website and we will be happy to advise you.

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR MASTER’S DEGREE COURSES

  • ID document (must be a passport for students outside the EU)
  • CV (Curriculum vitae)
  • Personal statement (motivation letter)
  • Copy of most recent qualification (i.e. bachelor’s degree) with transcripts where required
  • Declaration of Value or Certificate of Comparability from CIMEA related to your qualification. These are legal documents that explain the nature of academic qualifications gained outside of Italy. You must have one of these to enrol on a master’s degree course in Italy. Our Student Advisers will advise you how to obtain these.
  • Portfolio – we welcome all demonstrations of students’ skills, though it is not compulsory to send us a portfolio
  • 2 reference letters - academic, professional, or personal. These are not compulsory but are encouraged in support of your application.
  • Proof of language level – we require proof that you have a sufficient level of English (or Italian) to be able to properly follow your chosen course. If you have a formal language certificate please send it to us, alternatively we can verify your level via a video call.

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR BACHELOR’S DEGREES AND FOUNDATION YEAR COURSES

  • ID document (must be a passport for students outside the EU)
  • CV (Curriculum vitae)
  • Personal statement (motivation letter)
  • Copy of most recent qualification (i.e. high school diploma) with transcripts where required
  • Declaration of Value or Certificate of Comparability from CIMEA related to your qualification. These are legal documents that explain the nature of academic qualifications gained outside of Italy. You must have one of these to enrol on a bachelor’s degree course/foundation year in Italy. Our Student Advisers will advise you how to obtain these.
  • Portfolio – we welcome all demonstrations of students’ skills, though it is not compulsory to send us a portfolio
  • Proof of language level – we require proof that you have a sufficient level of English (or Italian) to be able to properly follow your chosen course. If you have a formal language certificate please send it to us, alternatively we can verify your level via a video call.

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR BACHELOR’S DEGREES AND FOUNDATION YEAR COURSES

  • ID document (must be a passport for students outside the EU)
  • CV (Curriculum vitae)
  • Personal statement (motivation letter)
  • Copy of most recent qualification (i.e. high school diploma) with transcripts where required
  • Declaration of Value or Certificate of Comparability from CIMEA related to your qualification. These are legal documents that explain the nature of academic qualifications gained outside of Italy. You must have one of these to enrol on a bachelor’s degree course/foundation year in Italy. Our Student Advisers will advise you how to obtain these.
  • Portfolio – we welcome all demonstrations of students’ skills, though it is not compulsory to send us a portfolio
  • Proof of language level – we require proof that you have a sufficient level of English (or Italian) to be able to properly follow your chosen course. If you have a formal language certificate please send it to us, alternatively we can verify your level via a video call.

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR INTENSIVE/3-YEAR COURSES

  • ID document (must be a passport for students outside the EU)
  • CV (Curriculum vitae)
  • Personal statement (motivation letter)
  • Copy of most recent qualification (i.e. high school diploma/bachelor’s degree)
  • Portfolio – we welcome all demonstrations of students’ skills, though it is not compulsory to send us a portfolio
  • Proof of language level – we require proof that you have a sufficient level of English (or Italian) to be able to properly follow your chosen course. If you have a formal language certificate please send it to us, alternatively we can verify your level via a video call.

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR SHORT-TERM/SUMMER COURSES

  • ID document (must be a passport for students outside the EU)

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