Our two Bachelor's degree programs in Computer Science (CS) and in Computer, Communications and Electronic Engineering (ICE) are designed to provide students with well-grounded knowledge and competencies in the area of computer sciences and engineering. Our graduates have the in-demand skills to continue their course of study and to successfully operate in the information technology, telecommunication and electronic sectors.
- February for Italian, European and non-European citizens living in Italy (1st session)
- March for non-EU citizens living abroad (single session)
- April for Italian, European and non-European citizens living in Italy (2nd session)
NEW! Starting from the academic year 2022/2023, the Bachelor's degree in Computer, Communications and Electronic Engineering - ICE provides a new curriculum in English and offers basic mandatory courses in the first year, allowing the students to define a cross-disciplinary study plan among the three main specialization areas during the further years: Computer, Communications, Electronic Engineering.
Visit the new curriculum webpage for more information.
How to apply
In order to be admitted, applicants are required to login into the UniTrento website to register for the admission selection. Then submit the online application form and follow all the steps. Please find information on the application process on the following webpages:
- EU applicants: https://infostudenti.unitn.it/en/application-and-enrolment
- Non-EU applicants (only for ICE): https://international.unitn.it/ict/applying-for-ice
The selection is based on the admission test TOLC-I / English TOLC-I, test sessions can be either organised by the University of Trento or by other universities affiliated with CISIA (Interuniversity Access Systems Consortium)
Our Bachelors' Programs
Ingegneria Informatica, delle Comunicazioni ed Elettronica
Why choose UniTrento - DISI
- Why choose the University of Trento
- Why choose the Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science