Here you will find important information on the steps required for registration at The Pontifical Angelicum University.
27 May – 27 September 2019: for registration for the year or for the first semester (August closed);
7 January – 24 January 2020: for registration for the second semester.
Deadline for Course Changes
1st semester: 27 September 2019
2nd semester: 7 February 2020
You find the list of courses in their respective facultyHandbook of Studies
Ordinary students are those who may obtain an academic degree.
Extraordinary students are divided into two groups:
Guest students are those who may not register for more than 4 semester-long courses in the academic year.
Auditors: are students who, with the consent of the Dean or the President, register for one or more courses for their personal benefit, paying a special fee for each course, but with no right to examinations or diplomas. They may request a certificate of attendance, issued by the Dean or President.,
Fuori corso (Extra cursum) students are those who, after having followed the regular program of studies, are yet to complete their academic requirements (examinations, theses, written work). Such students are required to pay the prescribed fees by the Administration. They may retain the status of Fuori Corso for a maximum period of five years, after which they must begin their cycle of studies all over again. (This norm comes into force from the academic year 2017-2018).
In order to be admitted as an ordinary student, it is necessary:
One registers for the academic year in the Secretariat of each Faculty and then in the General Secretariat properly filling out in every part the following forms:
Please request an appointment with the Secretariat of the appropriate Faculty with all the pertinent documentation before going to the General Secretariat or Administration:
At the time of registration the student shall make a down payment of € 200.00 towards the academic fees for the appropriate semester. The payment may be made in one of the following ways in the Office of Administration:
Should the registration be cancelled, this initial payment shall not be refunded.
One may not register for a successive year, if one has not paid the dues for the preceding year.
Students whose mother tongue in neither Italian nor English must acquire a facility in their language of instruction by the end of the first semester of their enrollment. At the end of the semester there will be a proficiency examination. Any further determinations concerning language proficiency are established by the individual faculties.
27 May 27 – 27 September 2019: for registration for the year or for the first semester (August closed);
7 January 7 – 24 January 24 2020: for registration for the second semester.
In addition to the payment of arrears, the written permission of the Dean or Director is required for those who enroll after 27 September and not later than 18 October for the first semester, and after 24 January and not later than 22 February for the second semester. Enrolment after these periods requires the special permission of the Rector, upon the request of the Dean or Director.
In order to obtain an academic degree, simultaneous enrolment as an ordinary student at other Pontifical Universities or Athenaeum, or in other Faculties and Institutes of the Angelicum, is forbidden. Such a double enrolment will be annulled and all examinations invalidated. Enrollment in the doctoral program is valid for two years; after which, the student, even though continuing the preparation of his dissertation, may enroll in another Faculty.
Every student should prepare a plan of study, in accordance with the program provided by the appropriate Faculty or Institute, or as agreed to by the Dean or the Director. The plan of study should include the student’s obligatory, optional, and seminar courses. In choosing his courses, the student must bear in mind:
2nd semester: 24 January 2020.
Requests for dispensations of every type are dealt with by the Dean or Director year by year, upon presentation of the relevant documents, if this has not already been made.
Attendance at courses and seminars is obligatory, and any student who, at the end of a course or seminar, has been absent for a third of the lectures or more, loses every right with respect to that course or seminar.