Benvenuto Italy!

 

Hello! We look forward to helping you with any questions you might have about studying at Aberystwyth University and can be contacted with the following details.

Contact: Jackie Jarocki

Email: jaj64@aber.ac.uk

Entry Requirements

 

Entry Requirements

Undergraduate

Diploma di Esame di Stato: At least 75% or above with a minimum of 70 in Maths and English

International Baccalaureate: Grade between 28-36.

European Baccalaureate: Grade of 65%-75% dependent upon course.

Some courses may have subject specific requirements in addition to the above.

Postgraduate

Generally, the minimum entry requirement for most taught Masters courses is a lower second class honours degree (2.2). However, some departments may require upper second class honours degrees (2.1) or relevant work experience.

Qualification

UK 2:2 Class

UK 2:1 Class

UK 1st Class

Diploma

94

104

109

For specific requirements, please refer to the Postgraduate Admissions Office website.

English Requirement

70%+ in English Language component of Diploma

IELTS Score of at least 6.0 - 7.5

If you require help or assistance with your English then our International English Centre will be pleased to offer assistance and guidance. The Centre offers an intensive full-time course available before you commence your degree and provides ongoing support throughout the duration of your studies.

 

Scholarships

 

Award Value & Benefit Further information

 

 

International Accommodation Award

(Foundation, Undergraduate and Postgraduate)

 

International students are eligible to receive inclusive or discounted university accommodation for each year of studies. Subject to availability. *Terms and conditions apply.

See our International Accommodation Award page for more information.

Caru Aber International Award

This award gives a £1,000 tuition fee discount to any international fee-paying students who spent a period of time studying with us as an associate student.

See our Caru Aber International Award page for more information.

AberDoc Scholarship Competition

(PhD students only)

Grant for up to 3 years covering fees and maintenance with access to a conference fund.

See our AberDoc Scholarship page for more information.

International Family Award

£1,000 tuition fee discount available to international fee-paying students who have a family member that has studied, or is studying, at Aberystwyth University.

See our International Family Award page for more information.

Global Wales Scholarships

(Postgraduate)

3 x £10,000 awards available as a tuition fee discount.

See our Global Wales scholarships page for more information.

Entrance Examinations & Merits

(Undergraduate)

Worth up to £2,000 and a chance to receive an unconditional offer.

See our Entrance Examinations & Merits page for more information.

Departmental Awards

Worth up to £500 per year.

See our Departmental Scholarship page for more information.

For further information on scholarships and bursaries please visit our fees and scholarships page or contact the International Recruitment & Development Office at international@aber.ac.uk.

Student Profiles

Francesca Andreozzi

(MA Politics, Media and Performance)

 

"Aberystwyth has all the benefits of a small town with the cultural ambition of a metropolis. Aber is very artistically vibrant, with live music events and DJ sets. At the same time, you will always have the space to spend some time by yourself. Whether it is with a walk in the woods or on the beach, there is always a place to hide and breath."

 

   

Sofia Marcolini

(BSc Psychology)

 

"I think it’s the perfect place where you can really get attached to every place and person. It’s lovely and the town is full of students, so a lot of things can always be done, for sure having fun here is not difficult. Sunny days are amazing and the landscapes are breath-taking."

Massimo Marletto

MSc (Econ) International Management

 

Aber was for me a peaceful, lively, international university town by an often stormy sea, surrounded by relaxing but steep green hills: a sort of landlocked paradise logistically difficult to reach, emotionally difficult to leave. With a landscape similar to the Italian region I came from (Liguria), I felt at home at first sight: Moneglia-Aberystwyth, more than one thousand miles from one friendly place to another!

I have so many nice memories ... first of all the people I met there, from the students from all around the world to the university staff, always very friendly and helpful. Secondly, the atmosphere of the town: romantic, mysterious, cultivated, proud and brave (you need to be brave to live at the mouth of a "winding" river!). Thirdly ... well, the nice walks at Tanybwlch beach, the Sunday market - Car boot sale on Clarach Bay beach, the trips to Mwnt (what a nice place) and Aberaeron, the warm university flat in Waunfawr, the musical "The Sound of Music" at the Arts centre, some friends who came to visit me (and who did not manage to open the entrance door of the seafront hotel they were staying due to the strong wind), the smile of one of the library wardens, a crow with a broken wing which I was feeding regularly ... very simple things which in Aber, where possibly time seems to go slower, you manage to appreciate to the full!

While in Aber I was a constant visitor to the Careers Office: it was there that I found a job vacancy for a junior research analyst position for an international organisation in the sugar sector based in Paris. With the help of the Careers advisors, I applied and, well, got the job! I spent eight years in Paris, so I could say that Aberystwyth brought me to Paris and that ... yes, there is life after Aberystwyth!!

After Paris I worked as a consultant in the agri-food sector for an NGO in Brussels and for a research company in Bologna (Italy). It was then time for me to try a change of career and I went into tourism marketing: I worked for a Congress Centre in Genoa (Italy) and for a Leisure Company in Lorca (Spain).

Now, besides freelance consultancy, I am establishing my own business in the wine and clothing sectors.

So, how has the Aber degree helped? I had already a degree in Political Science from an Italian university and getting an MSc (Econ) in International management at Aber gave me a more complete and higher profile to enter the international job market.

Education Advisor

Our agents in Italy:

 

Tutor You

Viale Luigi Majno, 7
20122 Milano, Italia

Telephone: +39-3356-502-741
Website: www.tutoryou.eu
Email: alessiac@tutoryou.eu