In Italy certificates are always substituted by self-declarations when submitted to public administrations or to private managers of public services (Art. 15, law nr. 183, 12.11.2011). Italian public administrations cannot request nor accept certificates issued by other Italian public offices.
Citizens can use self-declarations instead of certificates, if destined for public administrations.
If you need to certify that you have attended courses and/or passed language exams organized by the Language Centre, you must use a self-declaration form: just fill it in, print it out, check the data it contains and sign it.
False declarations are considered a criminal offence!
Please note that the language levels reached by students by the end of their studies have been certified in the Diploma Supplement since July 2019. More information can be found in the Study Guide > Graduation > Faculty > Diploma.
If you graduated before July 2019, you may request a certificate (no "marca da bollo" required).
unibz can issue certificates only in special cases. On written request, the Language Centre may issue certificates by filling in a certificate form for the following uses only:
As established in the D.P.R. no. 642/1972 and following modifications, certificates and their application forms, require each a duty stamp of current value (16 Euro) to be paid virtually.
In the exemption cases contemplated by the law, you do not need to pay the stamp duty neither for the application form nor for the issued certificate. You must indicate the purpose of the certificate on the request form.
When submitting the request, you must clearly indicate the use for which the certification is intended.
If you need a certificate (attended courses and/or passed language exams organized by the Language Centre) for one of the reasons mentioned above, please:
Certificates will be issued in digital form and sent via e-mail.