MERITOCRACY AND SOCIAL MOBILITY AT SANT’ANNA SCHOOL: PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO SIT THE ONLINE ADMISSION TEST TOLC@CASA AS PART OF THE SELECTION PROCESS. APPLICANTS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR TRAVEL EXPENSES REIMBURSEMENT WHEN TAKING SECOND ADMISSION TEST

The higher education Italian public institution Sant’Anna School in Pisa offers 50 places to skilled, talented applicants who can complete the first-ever digital admission test from their own homes by using the TOLC@casa, from May 19, 2020. The next step in the selection process will be the candidate interviews and written examination taking place in Pisa with the presence of admission committee and faculty members.

As extraordinary times require alternative tests, our world top ranked university (for citations and in the top 10 as a young university aged under 50 years) has decided to conduct the online admission test by using the Consorzio Interuniversitario Sistemi Integrati per l’Accesso (CISIA) TOLC@casa test for those qualified, winning students who will receive free attendance scholarships from the Italian government.

Higher education institutions Sant’Anna School and Scuola Normale Superiore are by law free  to all qualified students within the country and, as they can offer top education and research excellence in Italy, competition for places to study engineering, agriculture and biotechnology, medicine,  political science, economics and management, and law in Pisa, is very intense.

Students who will successfully complete the TOLC@casa test 2020 and take the written exam in Pisa, can benefit from merit-based and social mobility initiatives through the travel expenses reimbursement procedure if they meet the eligibility criteria for the low income scheme.