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D.R. Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna 62/2013 MASTER DEGREE PROGRAMME IN COMPUTER SCIENCE AND NETWORKING
(LAUREA MAGISTRALE IN INFORMATICA E NETWORKING, LM-18)
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS – A.Y. 2013 - 2014
Admission to the Master Degree Programme in Computer Science and Networking
(Laurea Magistrale in Informatica e Networking, LM-18)

1. Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna (hereafter “the School”), along with the University of Pisa, announces for
the Academic Year 2013-2014 a public competition for admission to the Master Degree Programme
in Computer Science and Networking (Laurea Magistrale in Informatica e Networking, LM-18),
offered jointly by the Department of Computer Science of the University of Pisa and the Institute of
Communication, Information and Perception Technologies (hereafter “the TeCIP Institute”) of the
School. Further information on the Master Degree Programme is available at http://mcsn.sssup.it and
www.di.unipi.it/mcsn.
2. The competition aims to select at most 40 candidates, and it is divided into two sessions as follows:
a. Up to 10 positions for non-EU applicants only (citizens of countries not belonging to the
European Union) and not residing in Italy (hereafter “non-EU Applicants”)1; b. Up to 30 positions for EU applicants and non-EU applicants residing in Italy only – from
3. If fewer than 10 non-EU selected applicants join the Master Degree Programme, the number of
positions available for the EU applicants session will be increased by the equivalent number of positions remaining vacant in the non-EU applicants session. 4. At the end of the selection procedures, the Selection Committee will provide a final ranking list of
eligible applicants for each selection session. Admitted applicants, according to the positions available for each session of the selection, will be appointed with a School’s Rector Decree. Selection of Applicants

1. Applicant selection will involve, in both sessions, the assessment of all submitted documents and an
interview. The selection process aims to evaluate each applicant’s background and education, assessing those potential skills required when attending an interdisciplinary and innovative educational programme. 2. The Selection Committee, which will be the same for both selection sessions, is jointly nominated by
the Director of the Department of Computer Science of the University of Pisa and the Director of the TeCIP Institute, and appointed with a School’s Director decree. 1 Law n. 189/2002 art. 26: "Access to university courses is allowed however - with the same conditions as Italian students - to: students with a permit of stay for dependent employment, self-employment, family reasons, political asylum, humanitarian asylum or religious reasons; all foreigners regularly living in Italy for at least one year and with a higher qualification obtained in Italy; as well as to foreigners - wherever resident - with final diplomas from Italian schools abroad or foreign or international schools - operating in Italy or abroad - and subjected to bilateral agreements or special laws for the acknowledgment of qualifications and satisfying the general conditions required for entry to study. Citizens from Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Switzerland and the Republic of San Marino are admitted under the same conditions as EU citizens. For extra-EU applicants - not residing in Italy - the relevant ministry rules applies. 3. The final assessment will be on a hundred-point scale:
a. up to 60 points for submitted titles, CV and taken courses;
b. the remaining 40 points for the interview.
4. Admission to the interview is granted with a score of at least 42 points in the above-mentioned
assessment ‘a’. The interview will assign the remaining 40 points; applicants must obtain a score of at least 28 points in assessment ‘b’ in order to be included in the final ranking. 5. A final minimum score of 70/100 is therefore necessary to successfully pass the examination and be
eligible for admission to the Master Degree Programme. Admission Requirements
By the deadlines as per art. 4 and 5 applicants must hold a Laurea di I livello (Bachelor of Science - First Cycle Degree) awarded by an Italian University, with a curriculum studiorum including at least the following minimal qualifications in terms of gained credits (CFU): − 12 CFU overall in one or more of the following scientific-disciplinar sectors MAT/01, MAT/02, MAT/03, MAT/04, MAT/05, MAT/06, MAT/07, MAT/08, MAT/09, FIS/01, FIS/02, FIS/03; − 60 CFU overall in one or more of the following scientific-disciplinar sectors INF/01, a. The following Lauree di I livello satisfy such minimal qualifications:
− Computer Science (corresponding to Classe 26 - Scienze e Tecnologie Informatiche, according to the Italian system of first cycle degrees classes as per DM 509/99); − Computer Science (corresponding to Classe L-31 - Scienze e Tecnologie Informatiche, according to the Italian system of first cycle degrees classes as per DM 270/04); − Information Engineering (corresponding to Classe 9 - Ingegneria dell’Informazione, according to the Italian system of first cycle degrees classes as per DM 509/99); − Information Engineering (corresponding to Classe L-8 - Ingegneria dell’Informazione, according to the Italian system of first cycle degrees classes as per DM 270/04). b. Other Lauree di I livello awarded by an Italian University in other subjects will be also accepted
provided that the applicant possesses the minimal qualifications stated above. c. Bachelor of Science or equivalent first cycle degree awarded by a foreign University after the
completion of at least three-year course of study, in one of the subjects previously listed in a) and b) or equivalent (Bachelor in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Telecommunications, Communication Networks, Information Technology, etc.). 2. With respect to the selection reserved to EU Applicants, under specific terms and conditions,
admission is extended also to applicants that have not yet graduated. In this case, a successful application will be conditional upon the subsequent awarding of a degree and the submission of adequate documentation no later than December 31, 2013. 3. In addition to the academic degree, applicants must also have a good knowledge of the English
language, corresponding to at least an intermediate level (B1 Level according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages). Non-EU Candidates Applications
1. Selection of applicants will be based upon assessment of all the submitted documents and an
interview. Applicants admitted to the interview will be notified via e-mail. Interviews will be held via skype at Italian Embassies, Consulates or other locations identified by the Selection Committee in order to assure the fulfilment of the applicants’ identification procedures. If the interview is not attended at Embassies or Consulates, the candidate must provide the proper settings to carry out the video interview and exhibit the ID submitted in the online application. A candidate not attending the interview within the scheduled slot will be excluded from the final 2. Applicants are requested to apply online at: www.sssup.it/masterapplicationonline by April 12,
2013 at 11 am (GMT). In case of any problem with the online application, please contact the
Master Degree Secretary’s Office (+39.050.882189/2105/2191, e-mail: mcsn@sssup.it).
3. In the application form candidates will state (self declaration):
a) family name, first name, place and date of birth, nationality, gender, marital status, b) declaration that the candidate has never been convicted for a criminal offence or that she/he has no pending criminal proceedings; c) declaration that the candidate holds an academic degree, as per Article 6; d) the Cumulative Grade Point Average; e) declaration of knowledge of the English language (and other foreign languages) specifying duration of studies and certification obtained; f) the permanent address and the mailing address (if different), where applicants wish to receive paper communications concerning their application. Applicants shall immediately contact the School if these addresses change as for the e-mail address, that is compulsory for the purposes of the application; g) a valid e-mail address to receive all communications related to the application purposes, as well as a telephone number and a skype id. 4. Applicants shall also specify in which Italian Embassy or Consulate they intend to submit their pre-
enrolment application in case of admission to the Course. 5. Applicants shall include in the application (all materials shall be in the Adobe pdf format and must use
the file name shown): a) Cv_Surname_Name.pdf: a copy of their complete Curriculum Vitae et Studiorum covering their education programme, cultural and professional experiences and all other information that might help in the evaluation of the candidate; b) Certificate_Surname_Name.pdf: copy of Degree Certificate (if applicable); c) Transcripts_Surname_Name.pdf: the academic transcripts with the full list of courses and grades (in English or Italian). This list shall contain information regarding credits, units (or equivalent) received, the grades received for each class taken, and the date when the final examination (if applicable) was taken, provided by attaching the copy of the University Transcripts; d) Courses_Surname_Name: a list of technical courses taken, specifying for each subject, according to the template provided in the application form: course name, hours, list of topics, hours per topic; e) English_Surname_Name.pdf: a copy of the English Language Certification as required in article 3, point 3. As an alternative, it is possible to provide a self-declaration regarding knowledge of the English language. Level of proficiency in the English language will be evaluated during the selection process and each candidate will be assigned a specific score. This score will be proportional to the level of knowledge of the English language as reported in the English Language Certification submitted; please note that a simple self-declaration will be assigned a lower score; f) Passport_Surname_Name.pdf: copy of valid passport or any other international ID; g) Other_Surname_Name.pdf: a copy of any other document or information that they deem suitable (works written in languages other than Italian, English, or French must be accompanied by a summary in one of the above languages). 6. Applications with missing information will not be considered valid. Requests for the completion of
application documents must be fulfilled within two days of the e-mail notification sent by the Secretary’s Office. Forged deeds and false statements shall be punished in accordance with the Criminal Code and any other applicable law of the involved countries. EU Candidates Applications
1. Selection of EU Applicants will be based upon assessment of all the submitted documents and an
interview. Applicants admitted to the interview will be informed via e-mail (to the account indicated
in the application form) regarding the score received, as well as the place, time and date of the
interview. Interviews will be held in Pisa at the School. Candidates may ask the Selection
Committee, due to proper and justified reasons, to hold the interview through Skype
videoconference. In this case, the candidate must provide the proper settings to carry out the video
interview and exhibit the ID submitted in the online application.
A candidate not attending the interview within the scheduled slot will be excluded from the final
ranking list.
2. Applicants are requested to apply online at: www.sssup.it/masterapplicationonline by August 23,
2013 at 11 am (GMT). In case of any problem with the online application, please contact the
Secretary’s Office (+39.050.882189/91/05, e-mail: mcsn@sssup.it).
3. In the application form candidates will state (self declaration):
a) family name, first name, place and date of birth, nationality, gender, marital status, b) declaration that the candidate has never been convicted for a criminal offence or that she/he has no pending criminal proceedings; c) declaration that the candidate holds an academic degree, as per Article 6; d) the Cumulative Grade Point Average; e) declaration of knowledge of the English language (and other foreign languages) specifying duration of studies and certification obtained; f) the permanent address and the mailing address (if different), where applicants wish to receive paper communications concerning the application. Applicants shall immediately contact the School if these addresses change as for the e-mail address, that is compulsory for the purposes of the application; g) a valid e-mail address to receive all communications related to the application purposes, as well as a telephone number and a skype id. 4. Applicants shall include in the application (all materials shall be in the Adobe pdf format and must use
the file name shown):
a) Cv_Surname_Name.pdf: a copy of their complete Curriculum Vitae et Studiorum covering their education programme, cultural and professional experiences and all other information that might help in the evaluation of the candidate; b) Certificate_Surname_Name.pdf: copy of Degree Certificate (if applicable); c) Transcripts_Surname_Name.pdf: the academic transcripts with the full list of courses and grades (in English, in French or Italian). This list shall contain information regarding credits, units (or equivalent) received, the grades received for each class taken, and the date when the final examination (if applicable) was taken, provided by attaching the copy of the University Transcripts or completing the template provided by the application form; d) English_Surname_name.pdf: a copy of the English Language Certification as required in article 3, point 3. As an alternative, it is possible to provide a self-declaration regarding knowledge of the English language. Level of proficiency in the English language will be evaluated during the selection process and each candidate will be assigned a specific score. This score will be proportional to the level of knowledge of the English language as reported in the English Language Certification submitted; please note that a simple self-declaration will be assigned a lower score; e) Passport_Surname_Name.pdf: copy of valid passport or any other international ID; f) Other_Surname_Name.pdf: a copy of any other document or information that they deem suitable (works written in languages other than Italian, English, or French must be accompanied by a summary in one of the above languages); 5. Applications with missing information will not be considered valid. Requests for the completion of
application documents must be fulfilled within two days of the e-mail notification sent by the Master Degree Secretary’s Office. Forged deeds and false statements shall be punished in accordance with the Criminal Code and any other applicable law of the involved countries. Academic Degree

1.
As far as the Academic Degree applicants must specify:
a) the Degree title;
b) the University or University Institute which awarded the degree, the date of graduation and the
c) the Academic Year in which the candidate started his/her undergraduate studies.
2. For degrees obtained outside Italy, applicants shall provide details about the equivalence of the title;
the Selection Committee will establish the equivalence only for the purposes of the current competition.
Selection schedule and results

1. Selections will be held according to the following schedule:
Non-EU Applicants
assessment of submitted documentation:
public ranking list of eligible applicants: EU Applicants
assessment of submitted documentation:
public ranking list of eligible applicants:
2.The results of the assessment of submitted documentation will be published on http://mcsn.sssup.it,
with the list of the applicants admitted to the interview and all information regarding the place, time
and date of the interview. Final ranking lists will be published on http://mcsn.sssup.it.
Ranking List and Admitted Applicants

1. Admitted applicants are nominated with a School’s Rector Decree.according to the selection ranking,
covering all available positions for each session of the competition. 2. If a candidate renounces the position offered, the next eligible candidate in the ranking list will be
3. Non-EU admitted candidates will be requested to send their written assent along with the receipt of
payment of an acceptance fee of 100.00 Euros (as detailed in the admission letter) to the Master
Secretary’s Office. The acceptance fee amount will be deducted from the tuition fee due for the A.Y.
2013-14, or reimbursed after the regular matriculation of the candidate. After their confirmation, non-
EU admitted candidates must contact the relevant Italian Embassy or Consulate in order to pre-enrol
in the “Laurea Magistrale in Informatica e Networking (LM-18)" programme offered by the
University of Pisa. Pre-enrolment terms and conditions are reported on the website:
http://www.studiare-in-italia.it/studentistranieri/.
4. Applicants that have not yet graduated, as referred on art. 3, point 2, are admitted under condition.
Their matriculation is conditional upon the awarding of a degree and the submission of the achievement documentation no later than the given deadlines. Matriculation
1. Admitted applicants shall matriculate at the University of Pisa according to the terms and conditions,
which will be communicated after the publication of the ranking list on the web site of School. Admitted applicants holding a non-Italian degree shall enclose, with the matriculation application, the original academic title, the official translation of the degree into Italian, the relevant consular legalisation for the foreign title, along with the “Dichiarazione di Valore” (Declaration of Value) issued by the Italian diplomatic representative in the country to which the educational system of the university issuing the diploma belongs. Scholarships and welcome accommodation
Tuition fee depends on family income and country of provenience of the students, according to the rules http://www.unipi.it/studenti/segreterie/tasse - Italian Language only).
Students may apply for the contributions provided by the the “Azienda della Regione Toscana per il Diritto allo Studio Universitario” (DSU - Student’s Support Office)2. The annual call for contributions is published in the month of July at http://www.dsu.toscana.it (Italian language only). DSU contributions cannot be combined with other scholarships. Foreign students will be supported in the drawing up of the documentation required for the DSU application. 3. In order to encourage the participation of foreign applicants the School and the University offer them
a temporary welcome accommodation consisting in free lodging (in a shared room) from September 10th until November 15th, 2013. 4. The School covers the National Health System registration fees of non-EU students for the entire
length of the Master Degree Program (2 academic years). 5. If additional funds should be available before the beginning of the Programme, further grants may be
assigned by the School and the University of Pisa. (Treatment of Personal Data)
1. The personal data supplied by the applicants will be mainly processed by the School in an automatic
procedure in accordance with Art. 11 of the Legislative Decree No. 196/2003 (“Code concerning the Protection of Personal Data”), for the management of competition procedures. The data remains anonymous and may also be used for statistical processing purposes. To participate in the call the data have to be disclosed to the School. 2. Any interested person can, at any time, exercise the rights provided for by Art. 7 of the above-
mentioned Legislative Decree, writing to Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna - Servizi di Supporto agli Istituti - Via Santa Cecilia, 3 – 56127 Pisa - tel. 050/883528. (Person in charge of the Procedure)
The person in charge of the selection procedure, as per this Call, is Dr. Silvia Marcacci, Responsible of the Graduate Programs Unit of Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna – Palazzo Toscanelli, Via Santa Cecilia, 3 – 56127 Pisa – tel. 050/883528 - fax 050/883519 - e-mail: s.marcacci@sssup.it. 2 DSU contributions consist in scholarships, lodging grants, meals at the University canteen, tuition waivers.

Source: http://mcsn.sssup.it/download/MCSN2013_call_final.pdf

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