Fees and fundings
The MMR is a one year full-time course. The EU/EEA/Balkan Area (Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Kosovo, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Montenegro, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey and the United Kingdom) fee applies to candidates who have normally been resident in the EU/EEA/Balkan Area (for at least three years preceding the course and who have no restrictions on their passport). All other candidates pay the non- EU/EEA/Balkan Area fee.
- Study fee 2011/2012 EU/EEA/Balkan Area: € 6,000
- Study fee 2011/2012 Non-EU/EEA/Balkan Area: € 11,000
The Masters Program enrollment fee is payable in two installments, the first of which (of € 3.000,00 for the applicants of EU/EEA/Balkan Area and of € 5.500,00 for other applicants) is due by the date of 22nd February 2013 and the second of which (of € 3.000,00 for the applicants of EU/EEA/Balkan Area and of euro 5.500,00 for other applicants) is due by the date of 3rd June 2013, by bank transfer to:
IBAN Code IT 54 J 05034 02071 0000 0001 4400
Applications for admission will not be accepted if they do not include a transaction receipt for the first payment. Failure to pay the second installment may result in exclusion from regular classes and inadmissibility to the final exam.
An 80% refund of paid enrollment fees is only allowable in cases of withdrawal from studies within one month of when classes begin, namely by the date of 4th April 2013, according to the procedures indicated in art. 11, below.
The study fee includes study material, but does not include travel costs for the local excursions, nor any other travel costs or living expenses.
The Master’s Program intends to provide for the assignment of a number of fellowships as coverage of enrollment fees only. The fellowships will be awarded on the basis of the admission requirements, the curriculum, and final decision of the Faculty Board.