Part-time students are students enrolled in either a bachelor’s or master’s degree programme who are given twice the time to complete their degree programmes and who are entitled to pay reduced tuition fees.
Part-time students can enrol in all the bachelor’s and master’s degree programmes offered by the University with the exception of:
To be eligible for part-time status students must meet the following requirements at the time of their application (enrolled students wishing to switch to part-time status must have paid all outstanding tuition fees and be on track with their studies):
Candidates requesting part-time status for work reasons may submit self-certification. In all other cases you must provide a certificate to prove that you meet the requirements.
The University allows part-time students to obtain the credits necessary for their chosen degree course in twice the time normally allowed by their chosen degree programme. This means:
Moreover, part-time students are entitled to a 65% reduction in their tuition fees (with respect to full-time students).
In addition to these fees, part-time students must also pay the minimum tax –the regional tax for financial aid– and stamp duty.
Part-time students are entitled to apply for other benefits available to students in general (scholarships, student collaborations and merit/income-based fee reductions).
Students intending to enrol at or transfer to Ca’ Foscari with a part-time status will firstly have to check that they meet the requirements laid down for admission to their chosen degree programme.
In case of limited admission degree courses, you should carefully check the calls for application published in the course description page.
Part-time status must be requested at the time of online pre-enrolment by completing the relative online application form [IT].
Information regarding the enrolment procedure and deadlines can be found in the relevant web page.
Students wishing to switch to part-time status in subsequent years (after matriculation year) must have settled all their university tuition fees for the academic year 2016/2017 as well as for previous academic years, and must be on track with their studies.
To apply for part-time status you must:
Applications must be submitted by 30 September 2016.
Your year of enrolment does not change when you switch from full-time to part-time status, regardless of the number of recognized ECTS.
To improve your organization and academic results you can contact the educational and information tutors who can help you in your studies.
For additional information visit the page Tutors.
Students acquiring part-time student status undertake to:
The University may at any time verify the requirements declared or documented at the time of the application.
Your part-time status could be cancelled if:
In the event of the cancellation of your part-time status, the last year of enrolment will be considered a full-time year, also with regard to scholarships and to the reduction of tuition fees based on merit and income.
If you exceed the limit of 50 ECTS obtained per academic year, and your part-time status is cancelled, you will be required to pay the outstanding tuition fees (equivalent to the difference between full and subsidized part-time fees).
If you acquire part-time status from AY 2015/2016 onwards, you may change status on more than one occasion during your studies, provided that you maintain this status for at least two years.