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OA students admitted all over the world

01 September 2023

Every year the list of universities from which our students received an offer of admission becomes longer and longer!

Studying abroad, from high school to university: here's how to choose. Anna Maria Padula's interview with Il Sole 24 Ore.

31 March 2023

There are many opportunities to study abroad, but how to choose the most suitable one for each student? And, above all, how do you prepare yourself to face applications to international universities? Anna Maria Padula, co-founder of Omni Admissions, answers these questions in an interview with Il Sole 24 Ore, conducted by Francesca Barbieri, to guide the many Italian families who are increasingly considering a university pathway abroad for their children.

What do Italian families need to know so that their child can study at university abroad? Anna Maria Padula and Marcella Turazza's interview with Corriere Economia

23 October 2020

Against all expectations, the Covid-19 effect has had a positive effect on the international educational scene, increasing young people's desire to create a competitive academic profile that lives up to the current demands of the world of work. Anna Maria Padula and Marcella Turazza illustrate the costs, components and timing to take into account if you want your children to embark on an university course abroad today

New technologies: Paths and advices by Anna Maria Padula and Marcella Turazza, founders of Omni Admissions Educational Consulting

28 September 2020

There are many challenges that new technologies have brought and will bring to our personal and professional lives. Corriere della Sera interviews Anna Maria Padula and Marcella Turazza, founders of the educational consulting company Omni Admissions, and draws on their solid international experience to investigate issues related to the advent of 5G, virtual reality, augmented reality and artificial intelligence. How to build a course of study that can prepare students for new professions in the technological field? The keywords: curiosity, in depth-study of mathematics, computer science and humanities subjects such as psychology and philosophy. The two entrepreneurs also advise young people to make the most of their summers from high school to deepen their interests and to seize every opportunity abroad, to prepare for the inevitable international confrontation.

Online education and arising opportunities: OA explores the other side of the pandemic on Il Sole 24 Ore

18 June 2020

It is unquestionable: the educational sector has been extremely affected by the events that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought along. While the world of academia is reimagining its scenario in view of the next academic season, an increasing amount of academic and professional opportunities arise and become accessible for students from their homes. Omni Admissions is active in this re-elaboration process and tells how they will assist students during an exceptionally unusual summer, by proposing a wide range of online courses and activities. Among these, we find online tutoring services, pre-IB and academic writing online courses.

What is the impact of the Covid-19 outbreak on students abroad? Omni Admissions talks to Patriae on Rai Due

24 April 2020

Just like everyone, students had to change their habits due to the coronavirus. Universities are closed, lessons are conducted remotely, exams are now online and most of those studying abroad were forced to move back to their home country. From London to Las Angeles, from the Hague to Madrid, some Omni Admissions students share their stories.

US Universities going test optional in response to covid-19

07 April 2020

US universities have not remained indifferent to the cancellation of SAT/ACT test dates due to the covid-19 and some of them have already decided to change their entry requirements for students applying in the next rounds of admission. Tufts University, 29th in the national ranking, announced that SAT/ACT will not be a requirement for the next three admission cycles. BU, already test optional for IB students, extended this option to all students applying for 2021 entry, just like the universities of the UC System (UC Berkeley, UCLA, UC San Diego, etc) that introduced this policy for all students; in addition, the UC universities specified that all the classes that at year-end will not have a grade but a pass/no pass will not affect the GPA. MIT and Harvard will not require SAT Subject Tests anymore.

Study abroad and Covid-19 – 10 answers by Omni Admissions for Il Sole 24 Ore

16 March 2020

An unusual situation forces us to adopt extraordinary measures. It is important to know how to behave to avoid negative consequences on the several study abroad experiences of our students. Booking a return flight home, attending online lessons and taking exams online, scheduling final exams at other schools: these are some of the solutions that families and students can take to face this emergency. It remains of vital importance to follow the guidance of the Italian Government and of the countries where students are, in addition to those of the institutions that they are attending. If students decide not to return home, they should check their insurance.

In 2019 UCAS registered a record number of non-UK applicants

04 March 2020

“UCAS – 2019 International Insights” highlights that 2019 has brought along a new record of applications to UK universities from students outside the UK: 5.2% more compared to 2018. Non-EU countries have driven this growth, with an increase of 12.8% of students from China who make up 15.3% of non-UK applicants. EU students’ applications show a different trend: since the 2016 EU referendum, the number of EU applicants has constantly decreased, with a 39.3% drop this past year. EU students, however, still make up more than one third of non-UK applicants.

Why do Italian students study abroad? OA chats with Il Sole 24 Ore

20 February 2020

A better chance for future career, enrichment of personal resume, improvement of the English language, meritocracy, opportunities to earn dual degrees, interactive teaching and hands-on experiences, etc. These are some of the topics discussed during the interview to Anna Maria Padula broadcasted streaming on Il Sole 24 Ore website on February 19, 2020.

Master's degree or "laurea specialistica": pros and cons - an analysis by Sole 24 Ore

30 September 2019

Students graduating from a one-year master’s degree have more chances to find a job – a report from Sole 24 Ore says. They are more likely to receive higher salaries than students graduating from a two-year master’s degree, the so-called laurea specialistica. Despite such favourable statistics, most Italian students still decide to pursue the two-year option.

Meritocracy and college counselling in USA university applications: Sette's analysis (Corriere della Sera)

19 August 2019

Sette points out some critical issues affecting the American university system, focusing on “easy access” for alumni’s or big donor’s children and to the crazy cost for exclusive consulting. Many scandals took place in the past few months and prestigious colleges were not exempted. In this context, university consulting becomes even more central in the internationalization process of higher education. Since 2013, Omni Admissions has been working with professionalism and rigour. As a member of International ACAC and UCAS Registered Centre, OA bases its activity on ethical principles which are shared with both institutions.

The number of Italian students abroad is on the rise – Omni Admissions on Open

31 July 2019

An international profile is critical for the job market. The internationalization of candidates begins in the early years of high school and continues at university. An increasing number of Italian students is enrolling at universities in the United Kingdom and the United States, despite the uncertainties raised by Brexit and the Trump administration.

Summer school abroad - Omni Admissions contributes to Sette of Corriere della Sera

18 July 2019

The number of Italian students taking part in summer schools worldwide is on the rise and the locations available are rapidly changing too. Omni Admissions goes beyond the traditional summer language course and offers Sette some practical advice on how to make the most of your summer.

Studying in The Netherlands - Omni Admissions contributes to the magazine Sette of Corriere della Sera

31 May 2019

Mainly due to Brexit, Dutch universities are becoming more and more interesting for Italian students thanks also to the number and range of courses taught in English, the academic excellence and the low tuition fees.

What’s next? Omni Admissions meets the students of ESCP

10 April 2019

Anna Maria Padula and Marcella Turazza met second-year undergraduate students in Turin (Bachelor in Management), to present the various international options for studying a masters degree at post-graduate level.

Corriere della Sera | Omni Admissions

05 December 2018

Corriere Della Sera writes about the increasing number of applications to universities abroad. Marcella Turazza and Anna Maria Padula comment on the various application processes and fees.

Donna Moderna interviews Omni Admissions

14 November 2018

Anna Maria Padula and Marcella Turazza give their thoughts as to why Italian universities are adopting a more American-style approach to student life in terms of a communal living environment. Due to the high number of foreign students, a multi cultural urban space proves not only to be the most logical and practical option, but also offers a more inclusive approach to student life, allowing students to focus more on their studies.

Omni Admissions on Capital 4.0: What does a ranking really say?

15 June 2018

Within the cover story of the magazine “Capital 4.0” about universities that most easily guarantee a job position, Anna Maria Padula and Marcella Turazza warn about the value of rankings: it could be a helpful starting point, but it must not be the only criterion used when choosing a college. There are many variables that influence the position of an institution in a ranking, and not all of them are based on its academic value.

Donna Moderna interviews Omni Admissions

06 June 2018

Anna Maria Padula and Marcella Turazza answer some questions to help students prepare for an academic experience abroad. Students should show an excellent command of the English language (for courses taught in this language), but at the same time they should not be intimidated by tuition costs and bureaucracy.

Writing a college essay is more than just telling a story: it is about sharing a piece of your life with the reader

11 May 2018

The New York Times selected 5 insightful college essays written by high school students that talk about their first work at age 11 to help sustain their family, their enthusiasm in helping the elderly and low-income people with tax returns and their perception of the differences among social classes.

Omni Admissions on Affari & Finanza

16 April 2018

Anna Maria Padula and Marcella Turazza talk about their idea to found their counseling company to broaden the opportunities for Italian students and support them through the application process to universities abroad: first-hand knowledge, assessment from the very first years of high school and a personalized plan for each student are the keys to a successful path.

Study abroad: Omni Admissions' advice on GRAZIA on the importance of internationalising the curriculum vitae

16 March 2018

Anna Maria Padula, Co-Founder of Omni Admissions, shares her advice for university students who would like to broaden their career opportunities: living an academic experience abroad is an added value that opens doors to a successful future.

Corriere della Sera reports Omni Admissions' advice on where to study what

02 October 2017

A long and complete overview to help students selecting the best university abroad considering the subject they want to study, admission procedures, and fees.

Studying at university abroad. Omni Admissions interviewed on RAI

05 September 2017

Studying abroad and its costs are topics of great interest. Marcella Turazza, Omni Admissions Co-Founder, and International Education Consultant has been interviewed on these themes by a national television network. Watch the interview using the following link at 30’ 35’’. 

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OA Students | University Acceptances

Bachelors and Masters


Academy of Contemporary Music London, ACM
Arts University Bournemouth
Bangor University
Bath, University of
Birmingham, University of
Brighton, University of
BristolChester, University of Brunel University
Cambridge, University of
Central Saint Martins – University of the Arts London
Chester, University of
City, University of London
City and Guilds of London Art School (Foundation)
Courtauld Institute of Art
De Monfort University
Durham University
East Anglia, University of
East London, University of
Edinburgh, University of
Essex, University of
Exeter, University of
Goldsmiths, University of London
HULT - London
Imperial College London
Institute of Contemporary Music Performance, ICMP
Istituto Marangoni - London
Kent, University of
King’s College London
Kingston University
Lancaster University
Liverpool John Moores

London Business School
London Metropolitan University
LSE - London School of Economics
London South Bank University
Loughborough University
Manchester, Univerity of
Middlesex University
New College of the Humanities
Nottingham, Univerity of
Oxford Brookes University
Oxford, Univerity of
Queen Mary University of London
Ravensbourne, Univerity of
Reading, Univerity of
Regent’s University - London
Richmond, The American International University in London
Royal Holloway University of London
SOAS - London
Southampton, University of
St. Andrews, University of
St. George’s, University of London
Strathclyde, University of
Sussex, University of
UAL - University of the Arts London
University College London - UCL
University of the Creative Arts
Warwick, University of
West London, University of
Westminster, University of
York, University of


Amsterdam, University of
Amsterdam University College
Bocconi University
EHL - Ecole Hôtelière de Lausanne
Erasmus University College
Erasmus University Rotterdam
EPFL - École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
ETH Zürich
EU Business School
Frankfurt School of Finance and Management
Fontys University of Applied Sciences
Glion Institute of Higher Education
Groningen, University of
HEC - Paris
Heidelberg University
HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht
IE University

Aalto University, AGH: University of Science and Technology, Católica Lisbon School of Business and Economics, École Polytechnique, Eindhoven University of Technology, ESADE Business School, Université Paris-Saclay, Grenoble École de Management, Grenoble Institute of Technology, Instituto Superior Técnico, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, KU Leuven, Politecnico di Torino, Silesian University of Technology, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya · BarcelonaTech, Uppsala University

ISM – International School of Management (Campus Frankfurt am Main)

Frankfurt am Main
Leiden University

Leiden University College
Les Roches University
Libera Università di Bolzano
LUISS - Rome
Maastricht University
MCI - Management Center Innsbruck
Nova School of Business and Economics
Parsons Paris | The New School
Politecnico di Milano
Politecnico di Milano – School of Management
Radboud University
Sciences Po
Sigmund Freud University, Milano
Sigmund Freud University, Vienna
Trinity College Dublin
TU Delft
Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore Università Svizzera Italiana – Università Vita-Salute San Raffaele
Università Vita-Salute San Raffaele
University College Fryslân
University College Groningen
University College Maastricht
University College Utrecht
Uppsala University
Utrecht University
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
ZUYD University of Applied Sciences


British Columbia University
McGill University


American University
Babson College
Barnard College NY
Baruch College
Bentley College
Boston College
Boston University
Brandeis University
Brown University
Chicago, University of
Columbia University
Connecticut College
Cornell University
Dartmouth College
Duke University
Duke Fuqua School of Business
Florida Institute of Technology
Fordham University
Georgetown University
George Washington University
Harvard University
HULT - San Francisco
Lynn University
Louisiana at Lafayette, University of
Manhattan College
Marist College
Massachusetts Amherst, University of
Miami, University of
Michigan - Ann Arbor, University of
Mississippi – Ole Miss, University of
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - MIT
MIT Sloan School of Management

New York University
NYU Stern School of Management
Northeastern University
Northwestern University
Parsons - The New School for Design
Pennsylvania, University of
Pennsylvania - Wharton, University of
Pepperdine University
Rhode Island, University of
Richmond University
Sacred Heart University
San Diego, University of
San Francisco, University of
Santa Monica College
Seattle University
Skidmore College
South Florida, University of
Southern California, University of
Stanford University
SVA - School of Visual Arts
Syracuse University
Temple University
Tufts University
UC Berkeley
UC Davis
UC Merced
UC San Diego
UC Santa Barbara
Wisconsin-Madison, University of
World Bachelor in Business - University of Southern California, Università Bocconi, Hong Kong
University of Science and Technology
Yale University
Yale School of Management


City University of Hong Kong
Duke Kunshan
HKUST - The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
NUS - National University of Singapore
NUS Business School
NYU Shanghai
Sciences Po – University of Hong Kong
Yale - NUS