The Bachelor’s Degree Programme in Digital Management requires a maximum contribution equal to 7,500 € for each academic year, without any distinction between Italian/EU students and non EU students.
If you possess an economic/financial condition (ISEE for financial aid for the right to study) of less than 30,000€ you may be within the subsidy provided by the “Student Act”. Below you can find the information by selecting the category that you fall under:
- for ISEE less than 13,000 €
- for ISEE between 13,001 € and 25,500 €
- for ISEE between 25,501 € and 30,000 €
If you have not submitted your ISEE certification or if your ISEE is more than 30,000 EUR, you will be required to pay the amount of tuition fees established for the course.
You can apply for the reductions to student fees provided by law, through scholarships for the right to study.
To pay the instalment, you must use one of the following methods provided for all students.
The first instalment is equal to 700 € and must be paid in accordance with the call for admissions.
The second instalment is equal to 2,500 € and must be paid by 16th December 2019.
The third instalment is the difference between the total amount to be paid and the total paid in the first and the second instalment. The calculations will be processed in April 2020 and at the end of the activity a specific announcement will be published on the University homepage. The payment of the second instalment is expected by 15th May 2020. ATTENTION: this deadline has been postponed to 15th June 2020 due to the COVID-19 emergency.
Late payment with regards to the deadlines is permitted, but includes a penalty fee of:
- 50 € for payment of the third instalment from 16th June - 25th June 2020;
- 200 € for payment of the third instalment from 26th June 2020 onwards.
If you are a student with a known disability equal or greater to 66% or with a known handicap in line with Article 3 Comma 1 of the Law. 104 5th February 1992, you have the right to be excluded from tax payment with the exception of the stamp duty and the regional tax for the right to study.
Last update: 17/11/2020