There is no closed number.
The TOLC-I test is, however, necessary to verify competences in access
After the graduation
75% continues studying
The degree course in Automation and Systems Engineering aims at training professionals able to operate in the fields of design, implementation, and management of control systems and, more in general, in the area information engineering in the most diverse production and service contexts.
This degree has a distinctly multidisciplinary character that clearly emerges in its two curricula.
- The first, Automation and Control Systems, taught in Italian, focuses on the themes of automation and control systems, providing tools suitable for dealing with a wide spectrum of applications in the fields of automation, robotics, industry 4.0, and machine learning.
- The second, Information Engineering, taught in English, presents a more transversal offer in the disciplines of the Information Engineering sector, and aims at preparing professionals capable of operating in an international landscape.
Admission to the degree course in Computer Engineering requires passing an Entrance Test. This is the TOLC-I test, which is the same for all engineering courses and is conducted by computer, in the University’s computer rooms or other accredited university premises.
The test consists of 2 parts: general + English language
President: M. Santagiustina
Vice-president: S. Canazza Targon
Study plans: S. Canazza Targon, L. Schenato
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