Engineering for the food industry

Engineering for Food Industry Equipment

Admission test

In order to be admitted to the Second-Cycle Degree course in "Engineering for the Food Industry" it is necessary to be in possession of a degree or a three-year university diploma or another qualification obtained abroad and recognised as suitable.
Before enrolment, the possession of the curricular requirements must be ascertained and the adequacy of personal preparation verified, according to the procedures specified below and fully defined in the didactic regulations of the course of study.
In view of the international nature of the course of study in question, a certificate of linguistic aptitude of at least B2 level is also required. The methods for verifying knowledge of English language B2 level and the knowledge required for admission are defined in the study course regulations.
1) Curricular requirements
The curricular requirements that must be met for enrolment refer to numbers of CFU earned in the following disciplinary areas:
- at least 36 CFU in the following sectors: INF/01 Informatics - ING-INF/05 Information processing systems
- MAT/02 Algebra - MAT/03 Geometry - MAT/05 Mathematical analysis - MAT/06 Probability and mathematical statistics - MAT/07 Mathematical physics - MAT/08 Numerical analysis - MAT/09 Operational research - SECS-S/02 Statistics for experimental and technological research - CHIM/03 General and inorganic chemistry - CHIM/07 Chemical foundations of technologies - FIS/01 Experimental physics - FIS/03 Physics of matter.
- at least 45 CFU in the following fields: ING-IND/08 Fluid machines - ING-IND/09 Energy and environmental systems ING-IND/10
Industrial technical physics - ING-IND/11 Environmental technical physics - ING-IND/12 Mechanical and thermal measurements - ING-IND/13 Applied mechanics of machines - ING-IND/14 Mechanical design and machine construction - ING-IND/15 Industrial engineering design and methods - ING-IND/16 Processing technologies and systems -. ING-IND/17 Industrial mechanical plants - ING-IND/19 Nuclear plants - ING-IND/21 Metallurgy - ING-IND/22 Materials science and technology - ING-IND/23 Applied physical chemistry - ING-IND/24 Principles of chemical engineering - ING-IND/25 Chemical plants - ING-IND/26 Chemical process development theory - ING-IND/27 Industrial chemistry and technology - ING-IND/31 Electrotechnics - ING-IND/32 Converters, electrical converters, machines and drives - ING-IND/33 Electrical energy systems - ING-IND/35 Economic and management engineering - ING-INF/04 Automation - ING-INF/07 Electrical and electronic measurements - ICAR/08 Construction science.
For graduates from abroad, the verification of curricular requirements can be carried out by considering appropriate equivalences between the courses followed with profit and those of the scientific disciplinary sectors in Engineering. Possible curricular integrations, in terms of university credits, must be deliberated by the Course Council and acquired before the verification of the individual preparation.
In order to acquire the curricular integrations, the Department of Engineering and Architecture offers the possibility to enrol in single courses taught in its own Courses of Study. The enrolment gives the right to attend the required courses, to take the exams in the scheduled appointments during the academic year and to obtain the certification of the exams passed with marks and the corresponding CFU acquired.
2) Verification of the adequacy of personal preparation
The verification of personal preparation is always foreseen and distinct from the possession of curricular requirements. It is based on the evaluation of the degree grade obtained by the student, as specified in the Didactic Regulations of the course of study.

For better information contact Incoming guidance Responsible, Prof. Fabio Bozzoli