FAQ for admitted and enrolled students
COVID 19 (Coronavirus) Updates
The current extraordinary situation due to the Covid 19 outbreak, seems to be lasting longer than originally expected. We can imagine and understand your concern about this.
At the same time we would like to reassure you that any academic activity at Bocconi (teaching, exams, …) is currently very effectively performed, through various e-learning solutions.
Indeed, we reacted promptly, switching from the very beginning over 400 course from the traditional in class setting to fully online.
Along with that we will be graduating thousands of students at distance next week and we will keep going along this line also in the Fall, for any student who might have problems with international mobility, visa issues, document validation, etc.
Therefore, if you won’t be able to travel to Milan for any given reason
you will be granted online classes even in case regular classes on campus will
We hope that the strict initiatives carried out by the authorities worldwide will generate positive results in the next few months and to be able to meet you soon in Milan.
We will keep you informed with the latest updates regarding this constantly evolving situation.
> Winter Session AY 2020-2021 - Admitted students
Will be there a further postponement for the enrollment?
We do not plan to postpone the enrollment deadline further, the deadline of 16 April therefore remains confirmed.
Is it possible to request the withdrawal and reimbursement?
It is possible to request the withdrawal from studies following the instructions reported on our website, the reimbursement of the first installment is guaranteed by May 8, 2020.
Which is the deadline for the English requirement?
The deadline for the language requirement is currently set for May 31, however, if necessary, additional flexibility will be applied. We recommend students to contact the Test Centers in order to verify the opportunities offered.
- the TOEFL ECTS has activated the test online ( TOEFL iBT® Special Home Edition), please check the updates at this link: https://www.ets.org/s/cv/toefl/at-home/
- for the enrollment to the 20/21 ay we will also accept the Duolingo English test. Minimum Score required: 75 for BSc taught in italian and 110 for BSc taught in English
> Early and Winter Session AY 2020-2021 - Admitted and enrolled students
What is the general indication on the diploma requirement?
We are monitoring news on diplomas in different countries and we are in contact with the authorities. We’re awaiting governments guidance on how and when qualifications will be awarded. We will surely be aligned with their indications in terms of timing and methods of awarding diplomas. As soon as we’re clear we'll make adjustments to our enrollment processes and communicate these to applicants. As soon as we have certain information, we will promptly update the students involved.
Is there news on Visa process?
We have not yet received updates from the Ministry on visa process and release times. Students will be informed on this matter as soon as we get specific instructions
What about fall semester starting in September?
We are continuing to make preparations to welcome our new students in September as usual.
Indipendently from the situation in Italy and other countries in the world, we guarantee online teaching for the first semester of Academic Year 2020/2021.
If you cannot travel to Milan for any given reason you will be granted online classes even in case regular classes on campus will be resumed