Mandatory admission tests to be enrolled in one of the degreee courses of Unisannio
Admission to the first year of the three-year and single-cycle degree courses at the University of Sannio requires the tenure or acquisition of adequate initial preparation.
To make matriculation, it is therefore necessary to take an entrance test which aims to allow the assessment of the student's knowledge and aptitudes.
It is a compulsory test, in the sense that the student cannot enroll without having taken it, exept different provisions set out in the Access Regulations issued for each course of study. Students who do not pass the test may possibly be given additional educational obligations to be met during their studies, if expected by the aforementioned regulations.
In the past, the admission tests were carried out in paper form, using the so-called TIP, Test in Presenza, or in online mode using the TOLC Test (CISIA On-line Test - Consorzio Interuniversitario Sistemi Integrati per l'Access).
Specific procedures for carrying out the verification tests are defined for each course of study.
Since last year, due to the ongoing epidemiological emergency from COVID-19, all educational activities in the presence have been suspended. To this end, in order to allow the next online TOLC entry tests to be carried out remotely (from home), the University of Sannio has joined the CISIA TOLC @CASA program.
Guide to pre-enrollment for entrance tests
Registration for the TOLC and TOLC @ CASA tests must be done directly from the CISIA consortium website.
Those who choose to enroll in the Degree Courses of the University of Sannio, upon pre-enrollment on the Unisannio portal, must perform a similar registration in the Student Reserved Area of the University of Sannio for the TOLC test they had enrolled in. through the CISIA website.
Exemption from taking the entrance test
The Regulations for the Access of the various Degree Programs, published on the departmental websites, may provide for cases of non-obligation from taking the test to verify the initial preparation, especially for students from previous university enrollments or who have taken the entrance test at other universities.
Detailed information regarding the admission tests, the dates, procedures and cases of exemption are available on the websites of the Departments to which the degree programs belong or below on this page.