The Regina Apostolorum Pontifical Athenaeum will normally open its courses for the academic year 2021/2022.
All programs offering an academic degree will be offered in presential mode, within the limits of the social distancing legislation.
In accordance with the indications of the Congregation for Catholic Education and in order to meet the social-health situation caused by the pandemic, during the next academic year the University will maintain the use of distance education (online) for all those who cannot be present on campus. It is currently not expected to extend the remote mode beyond the 2021/2022 academic year.
The concrete modalities on the carrying out and participation in distance learning activities will be appropriately communicated by the individual Faculties or Institutes.
To facilitate the Admission and Registration process, the necessary documents will be requested only in digital format, provided that the paper original is not required for legal reasons or for a more thorough verification of the truthfulness of the copies of the documents.
The General Rules for Admission and Enrolment for the documents to be submitted are in force, as well as the Study Regulations of each Faculty and Institute and the specific requests for each training course.
Admission is defined as the process to enter a cycle (Baccalaureate, Licentiate, Doctorate) or study programme (Master, Diploma, Course).
First of all it is necessary to fill in the application form online by accessing the Reserved Area service on the website. The candidate must register as a New User.
Once you have registered, you will be able to proceed with the online filling in of the form by following the instructions given in the form. At the end of the compilation you will have to print the form, sign it and scan it.
The other documents required for admission and registration are listed here: Required Documentation – Never Registered Students.
N.B. candidates from countries outside the Schengen area who wish to follow distance studies will not be asked for a copy of the visa or residence permit.
Having all the required documentation at your disposal, you will have to fill in the following form, in which you will be asked to upload the documents in digital format.
FORM FOR UPLOADING THE DOCUMENTS NECESSARY FOR ADMISSION
Once the documents have been checked, you will be informed by email of the outcome of your admission and the procedure for completing your application.
Already enrolled students who intend to start a new course of study must access the Reserved Area service by entering their user ID (serial number) and NIP (password).
If you have lost your access data or have problems accessing, you must send a request with the problem to mailto:[email protected]indicating: name, surname and serial number.
Admission to a new cycle or faculty requires the online completion of the admission form. After completing the form, you must print, sign and scan it.
The other documents required for admission and registration are listed here: Required Documentation – Already Registered Students.
N.B. students coming from countries not belonging to the Schengen area who intend to follow distance studies will not be asked for a copy of the visa or residence permit.
Students are not allowed to enrol in more than one academic degree program at the same time. He can instead enrol at the same time in another course (Master, Diploma, Course). In these cases admission must be completed by filling in the following form. The completed form (signed and dated) must be scanned.
The other documents required for admission and registration are listed here: Documentation required – simultaneous enrolment in another study programme.
By enrolment for the following year, we mean the continuation in the same cycle/programme of study that the student is attending. The enrolment is made directly upon payment of the annual enrolment fee.
For the request for the reduction of academic fees (RTA) the student can contact the competent office, following the procedure indicated on the Study Programme.