If you are a student with a recognised disability, you are entitled to various forms of financial aid ranging from complete exemption from tuition fees to a reduction based on the percentage of disability.
Should there be any variations in the declared percentage of disability in subsequent years of enrolment, you should inform the university
If you are a student with a disability rated at 66 percent or more you are entitled to complete exemption from your tuition fees under article 3, paragraph 1 of Italian Law 104 of 5 February 1992.
If you are enrolling in AY 2016/2017 you will only need to pay the regional tax for financial aid and 16 euros in stamp duty.
The regional tax for financial aid is calculated in proportion to the ISEE value contained in the declaration made by students requesting financial aid or subsidies, as shown in the table below:
|Category||ISEE Value||Regional Tax Amount|
|1||from EUR 0.00 to EUR 15,748.78||from EUR 124.00 to EUR 143.99|
|2||from EUR 15,748.79 to EUR 31,497.56||from EUR 144.00 to EUR 164.99|
|3||over EUR 31.497.57||EUR 165.00|
All students are required to pay 165.00 euros with their first instalment. The second instalment is calculated following submission of ISEE certification by the 30 September 2016 deadline (the second deadline is for re-enrolling students and involves a charge of €50).
Any excess regional tax paid in the first instalment will be reimbursed only by payment onto the University’s Multiservice Card.
To request exemption:
Certification must be issued by the Public Commissions responsible for certifying the various types of disability.
Alternatively, students may submit the ruling of the competent civil judge recognising one of the above-listed disabilities.
In addition, there are personalised merit requirements for the award of maintenance grants, as described in the call for applications.
If you are a student with a disability rated from 50 to 65 percent you are entitled to a reduction of 200 euros on the amount of fees due on the basis of your ISEE certification provided you:
For more information go to Exemptions and reductions.
To obtain financial aid:
If you are a student with a disability rated below 50 percent, you are entitled to the same forms of financial aid as other students enrolled in bachelor’s degree or master’s degree programmes.
If you are a re-enrolling student with a recognised disability rating, you are required to communicate any variation in the percentage of disability declared.
Variations in disability ratings can be communicated by filling in the disability fee exemption/reduction application for AY 2016/2017 and submitting it to the Disabled Students Service.