The language requirements (entry and exit levels) for bachelor’s degrees, trilingual master's degrees and the master's programme in Primary Education are defined in the guidelines "Plurilinguismo e certificazioni linguistiche".
In order to prove that you meet the language requirements of your study course
Whenever you need to apply for compensatory and/or exemptive measures during the language exams, you should inform the Student Support of your participation via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) by the registration deadline and in any case no later than two weeks before the date of the exam (See Article 5 of the Language Exam Regulation).
The Student Support will then contact the Language Centre and confirm that the requested measures have been implemented.
If your request is not made in time, the measures to which you could be eligible will not be applied.
The sessions during which language exams can be taken are outlined in the academic calendar.
The academic calendar lists the date ranges within which language exams will be scheduled.
The exact exam dates during these periods will be visible in My SNS at the time of registration.
Sessions of the language exams in the 2023/2024 Academic Year:
Conservatory students must meet the enrolment deadlines communicated by the Conservatory Secretariat and register for the language exams through their Secretariat.
Registration must be made during the indicated periods, otherwise it will not be possible to take the exam.
It is also possible to unsubscribe up to the registration deadline and re-register in the available timeslots.
There are 5 language exam sessions in each academic year, although it is only possible to take the same module per language for a maximum of 3 times during the same academic year. Passed Modules are valid for 18 months from the date on which module I was passed (see Articles 4 and 10 of the Language Examination Regulations).
If you do not attend an exam for which you have registered according to the deadline, or if you withdraw during the examination attempt, both of which will be counted as one of your three attempts.
In extreme cases, exceptions can be made if a medical certificate or other documentation of proof of absence is provided to the Language Centre no later than the day after the examination (See article 4 of the Language Examination Regulations).
You can register in MySNS > Language Centre > Exams, selecting the language and level of the exam you wish to take as well as the date and time of the exam.
If your registration is successful, you will immediately receive an automatic confirmation e-mail to the unibz e-mail address.
The system automatically recognizes which module(s) you will need to complete.
If you have never taken the language exam or failed module I, your registration will include all three modules.
If you have already passed module I, but not module II (written) and module III (oral): the system will suggest you to register for the written exam (module II) and you will have to register in person for the oral exam (module III), once you have completed module II.
If you have to pass only module II (written) or only module III (oral): the system will offer you registration for the missing module.
If you enrolled before 2017 and depending on the requirements you have to meet in the second language, the system will offer you registration for the supplementary oral exams B2+ or C1.
It is not possible to register for exams via My SNS if you have a passed a unibz internal B1, B2 or C1 exam before the 2018/19 academic year and would like to register for the full exam at the same level for example in order to obtain a bilingualism certificate. In this case, you must send an email to the Language Centre.
Within the registration deadline it is also possible to cancel a previously made registration. You will also be able to make a new registration on one of the days on which there are still places available and which are therefore visible and selectable in My SNS.
No changes can be made after the registration closing date.
On My SNS > Language Centre > Exams, find the registration you wish to delete in the main list and cancel it.
If your deregistration is successful, you will immediately receive an automatic confirmation e-mail to the unibz e-mail address. You can also check in My SNS that the registration is no longer present.
The result of the examination will be published on My SNS by the dates mentioned in the previous paragraph.
This will then be available in My SNS in time for you to register for your respective exam sessions.
For students of the Faculty of Economics: For information on the awarding of additional points at graduation for the achievement of specific language levels, please contact the Faculty Secretariat or consult the regulations of the courses in your degree programme.
Conservatory students will receive the results through the Secretariat of the Conservatory.
If you did not pass the exam, it is possible to request information about the failed modules by the date as indicated in the “Exam Sessions” section filling in an online form.
All students passing an entire language exam (that is, all test-takers who pass modules I, II, and III of the B1, B2, and/or C1 exams) will receive within one week after the results are published in My SNS an open badge. Open badges are digital certificates that contain information about your language skills, to be shared in your digital curriculum or on social media and thus inform potential employers about your language skills.
Do you have any questions or doubts about language exams or international language proficiency exams? Have a look at the Frequently Asked Questions!