If you are a non-EU student enrolled in a bachelor’s degree or master’s degree programme in the academic year 2017/2018 you will be required to pay the following fees.
Students who matriculated in the academic year 2010/2011 or subsequent academic years will be required to pay a flat tuition fee for the academic year 2017/2018 onwards:
If you are enrolled with part-time status you will be required to pay 65% of the flat fee due.
If you are a non-EU student you are entitled to:
If you are a non-EU student residing abroad in one of the countries in the official list drawn up by MIUR every year, you are entitled to a 50% reduction in the flat rate given above.
If you are a non-EU student you may be entitled to the same fee status classification as Italian and EU students and to ISEE financial aid (provided you have submitted valid ISEE certification for university financial aid under D.P.C.M. 159/2013 showing your ISEE indicator to be 50,000 EUR or under within the deadlines laid down for the academic year 2017/2018 and provided that you meet all the academic merit requirements) if you meet one of the following conditions:
ATTENTION: if you are enrolled in the Digital Management Bachelor’s degree programme or the Crossing the Mediterranean: towards Investment and Integration (MIM) Master’s degree programme, you will not be subject to the flat fee but you will be held to the contribution required by your degree programme.
The first instalment for all students enrolled in their second year (or subsequent years) is 1,134.00 EUR. This amount includes:
If you belong to one of the following categories, you may pay the regional tax for financial aid and 16.00 EUR stamp duty only at the time of enrolment:
N.B. The actual amount to be paid by students will be worked out after they have presented both of the following declarations and providing they meet the merit requirements (deadline for submission is 30 September 2017 or 20 December 2017 paying a penalty surcharge of 50.00 EUR):
If the amount of the first instalment paid exceeds the amount effectively due, the difference will be refunded in the summer period exclusively by payment onto your University Multiservice Card.
Students enrolling in their second year or subsequent years must pay the first instalment by 30 September 2017; students matriculating in the AY 2017/2018 pay their first instalment at the time of enrolment (final deadline 30 September 2017) on free access bachelor’s degree programmes and master’s degree programmes.
You may also enrol on free access master’s degree programmes by paying the first instalment between 14 November and 11 December 2017.
See the calls for applications for deadlines for limited access bachelor’s and master’s degree programmes.
Late payment – for students enrolling in their second year or subsequent years only – involves the following penalty surcharges:
The second instalment is the difference between the first instalment and the total amount to be paid. These calculations take place in April 2018 and once completed an announcement will be published on the University homepage.
Afterwards you can check to see what your payment status is in your Personal Area.
An email informing you of your payment status will be sent your official university email address (email@example.com).
The second instalment should be paid by 15 May 2018.
Late payment involves the following penalty surcharges:
If you submit your withdrawal request by 28 February 2018 you will not be required to pay the second instalment but nor will you be entitled to a refund of the first instalment paid for enrolment in the academic year 2017/2018.
If you have paid the first instalment for the new academic year and you graduate in the autumn session (October - December) or in the extraordinary session (February - April) of the previous year, you will be automatically refunded this amount (minus stamp duty and the regional tax for financial aid) in the summer period by payment onto your University Multiservice Card.
You can deduct the expenses resulting from enrolment in university programmes when making your income statement. Deductible expenses include tuition fees for students enrolling on Bachelor’s Degree Programmes or Master’s Degree Programmes.
Log on to your Personal Area in www.unive.it (select Diritto allo Studio e tasse > Pagamenti) to check:
Last update: 20/02/2019