How to apply for admission to the Conservatorio Rossini
Important notice – If you are a non-EU* national and you do not reside in Italy (you don’t have a Permit of Stay in Italy) you must file a pre-enrollment application on UNIVERSITALY and then request an entry visa at the Italian Embassy or Consulate in your country as explained here.
(*) In this context, the following countries are considered to be part of the EU: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal , Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Vatican (Holy See).
Only EU* nationals or legal residents:
- first, you need a valid ID such as passport or ID card (for non-EU* nationals we require a passport). When filling out the application form you can enter the ID number in the relevant field or you can attach a scan or photo
- If you aren’t of legal age (18 years) yet, you will need the ID of one of your parents or a legal tutor too
- you need to know your Italian “Fiscal Code” (Tax ID code). To obtain the fiscal code you can check the procedure here
- if you are a non-EU* national you must have a valid Permit of Stay in Italy. You can attach a scan/photo.
In order to apply to the Laboratories (Laboratori avviamento strumentale) no application fee is required.
- a bank transfer of Euro 30,00. Payment must be made via this link (once you paid the fee you can submitt multiple course application);
- a Government Tax of Euro 6,04. The deposit slip will be generated at the conclusion of the completing the admission application procedure (you need to pay a single fee for each application submitted).
Applications may be submitted to:
- ACADEMIC COURSES (Triennio e Biennio) e PROPEDEUTICI from the 1st to the 28th of August 2023 (N.B. application closed for the following courses: Canto, Canto rinascimentale e barocco, Direzione d’orchestra, Musica d’insieme and Organo).
- I level MASTER and II livel MASTER by the 30th of September 2023; admission exams will be held on October 2023.
- LABORATORI STRUMENTALI from the 1st to the 30st of September 2023.
Admission exam’s program
Before proceeding with the application form, please carefully check the details of the course for which you are applying, in particular the admission exam’s program:
If the candidate submits programs not corresponding to the requested ones the exam to not take place.
In case of candidate abscence or exam renounce the payments are not refundable.
The Conservatorio cannot provide accompanists for the admission auditions. If you need an accompanist you will have to bring your own.
Консерватория не предоставляет услуги сопровождения фортепьяно на вступительных испытаниях. При необходимости вам следует позаботиться об этом самостоятельно.
음악원은 입학 시험에 피아니스트를 제공하지 않습니다. 피아니스트가 필요한 경우에는 응시자가 스스로 준비해야 합니다.
Please bear in mind that passing the admission audition does not automatically entail admission to the Conservatorio. Actual admission will depend on the available places, which will be determined at the end of the Academic Year.
Fill the admission form
Now you can fill out the application form. To begin, click on the button below. If you experience problems or need more information you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FAQ Admissions (frequently asked questions)
Access to Conservatory courses takes place through the application and passing an entrance exam.
Applications to all training courses of the Rossini Conservatory must be submitted from 1 April to 15 May, with the online procedure on the Conservatory website.
The entrance exams will take place from 5 to 17 June.
It is possible to consult the programs of the entrance exams for all the training courses in the Offerta formativa section of the institutional website.
At the end of the entrance exams, the secretariat will publish a ranking of suitable candidates in order of merit. Once the number of places available has been determined, the secretariat will contact the suitable candidates directly in order of merit to the extent of the places available. The final application must be completed within 7 days of the aforementioned call.
The academic year of the Rossini Conservatory begins on November 1st and ends on October 31st of the following year.
To find out the costs of the courses, you can consult the enrollment fees page and the fees and contributions regulation.
Yes. It is possible to enroll in one or more subjects (up to a maximum of three, without the obligation of an entrance exam), subject to agreement with the professor(s) concerned and upon payment of the enrollment fee and a tuition fee (€500 for each collective subject, €1,500 for an individual subject). This possibility is not provided for those enrolled in the Conservatory for a curricular course.
Yes, the Conservatory allows you to follow one or more courses as an auditor by paying a fee of €20.00 for each month attended.