This webpage details the tuition fees, payment procedure, and exemptions and reductions for the academic year 2015/2016 for the PhD programmes of Ca' Foscari's Graduate School.
These pages report the amounts and deadlines of the University tuition fees for all students enroled in courses for a PhD Programme. Also indicated here is information for tax exemptions records and payment tracking.
The maximum amount of university tuition fees for the academic year 2015/2016 is EUR 1,176.00 (please see the N.B. below). This includes:
N.B. The regional tax for financial aid is calculated on the basis of the student's household income (ISEE) and is defined according to the following table:
|Category||ISEE values||Regional Tax Amount|
|1||from EUR 0.00 to EUR 15,748.78||from EUR 123.00 to EUR 142.99|
|2||from EUR 15,748.79 to EUR 31,497.56||from EUR 143.00 to EUR 162.99|
|3||over EUR 31,497.57||EUR 163.00|
The first instalment for all students is EUR 616.00. This amount includes: the basic enrolment fee of EUR 201.00, the regional tax for financial aid of EUR 163.00, stamp duty and a portion of the tuition fees due for the academic year 2015/2016.
At enrolment, students may pay only the regional tax for financial aid and the stamp duty if:
N.B. All students pay the regional tax for financial aid with the 1st instalment. The actual amount due by the students will be determined during the calculation of the 2nd instalment, based on the submission by September 30th, 2015 (or by December 18th, 2015, with the payment of an over-tax of EUR 50.00 if you enrol to one of the years following the first) of both of these documents:
If the amount of the 1st instalment payed together with the regional tax for financial aid exceeds the amount effectively due, the difference will be refunded during the summer exclusively through a deposit on the Ca' Foscari's Multiservice Card.
The first instalment must be paid:
Late payment involves the following penalty surcharges:
The second instalment is calculated by subtracting the first instalment from the total amount to be paid (calculated based on the household income).
If the amount paid in the first instalment exceeds the amount effectively due, a refund will be credited to the student's University Multiservice Card in the summer.
The second instalment should be paid by May 13th, 2016.
Late payment involves the following penalty surcharges:
You can deduct expenses acquired from enrolment in university courses when making your income tax declaration.
By logging on to the Personal Area of the University website (www.unive.it) you can check (in the section labelled Payments):
If you are enroling in your first year you can pay the first tuition fee instalment:
If you are enroling in your second or successive years you can pay the first instalment:
Payment of the second instalment can be made:
The University does not apply any additional charges to credit card payments. This payment procedure is highly secure and takes place via the protected server of the Treasury Institute.
The following categories of students are entitled to total exemption from tuition fees, and will receive a refund of the amount paid excluding the stamp duty of EUR 16.00:
Students carrying out research or post graduate studies at a university or research institute abroad for a period of up to 12 months, within the Doctoral programme, subject to authorisation by the Doctoral Teaching Committee or the Doctoral School Board, are entitled to total exemption from payment of tuition fees.
The exemption will be applied in proportion to the effective period of research carried out abroad and a refund of the amount covering that period will be paid at the end of each academic year.
In order to obtain the exemption the following documents must be presented to the Ca’ Foscari Graduate School:
The request for reimbursement should be made within 30 of the student’s return to Italy.
Reductions based on student's household income defined on the basis of the ISEEU (Equivalent Financial Indicator Index) can be applied to the maximum amount of university tuition fees due for the academic year 2015/2016.
The ISEEU is an instrument which measures the effective financial resources and the income of anyone asking for welfare benefits. The results are obtained by combining and assessing the income, assets and composition of the family unit.
There are eight tuition fee categories according to ISEEU value:
|Category||ISEEU Value||Enrolment fee amount|
|1||from EUR 0.00 to EUR 8,499.99||EUR 0.00|
|2||from EUR 8,500.00 to EUR 13,499.99||EUR 105.00|
|3||from EUR 13,500.00 to EUR 18,499.99||EUR 218.00|
|4||from EUR 18,500.00 to EUR 23,499.99||EUR 338.00|
|5||from EUR 23,500.00 to EUR 28,499.99||EUR 450.00|
|6||from EUR 28,500.00 to EUR 33,999.99||EUR 563.00|
|7||from EUR 34,000.00 to EUR 39,999.99||EUR 675.00|
|8||over EUR 40,000.00||EUR 796.00|
In addition to these amounts, there are: the regional tax for financial aid (variating from EUR 123,00 to EUR 63,00 proportionally to the ISEE certification value), minimum tuition fee of EUR 201,00 and stamp duty of EUR 16,00.
To benefit from reduction on the basis of income, students must meet the following conditions:
If you submit a financial aid request without meeting the stipulated conditions and include false statements in your request, you will incur:
The list of the beneficiaries of reductions will be sent to the Guardia di Finanza (Italian Financial Police) to run the relevant controls in accordance with the legislation in force.
If you are planning to enroll in a PhD in the academic year 2016/2017, but you have not been assigned a scholarship, you can apply to the call for regional scholarships.
Participation is subjected to the obtainment of the following requirements:
To apply, you must have requested the ISEE certification for University financial aid and filled in the financial aid request in your Personal Area by September 30th 2015. For more information visit the page on the ISEE certification procedure and financial aid.
Application deadline: September 30th 2015.
Last update: 20/12/2018