ISEE from 25,501 EUR to 30,000 EUR
If your ISEE (Indicatore Situazione Economica Equivalente – household income declaration) falls between 25.501 EUR and 30.000 EUR your fees for the 2018/2019 a.y. will be:
- the regional tax for financial aid of 169.00 EUR;
- stamp duty of 16.00 EUR;
- tuition fees between 875.00 EUR and 1,020.00 EUR.
N.B. The regional tax for financial aid is calculated in proportion to the ISEE indicator for financial aid declared by the students, as shown in the following chart.
|Category||ISEE values||Regional tax amount|
|1||from 0.00 EUR to 15,748.78 EUR||from 127.00 to 146.99 EUR|
|2||from 15,748.79 EUR to 31,497.56 EUR||from 147.00 to 168.99 EUR|
|3||from 31,497.57 EUR onwards||169.00 EUR|
Ais also available through which anyone can insert their own ISEE and calculate exactly the all-inclusive tuition fee.
Students enrolled with part-time status will pay 65% of the all-inclusive tuition fees in addition to the same amount of regional tax for financial aid and stamp duty.
Attention: If you do not carry out the required procedure or do not comply with the requirements set out below, although in possession of an ISEE economic situation from 25501 to 30000 euros, you will be subject to the maximum contribution provided for the majority of students enrolled in Bachelor’s and Master’s degree courses.
To benefit from the reduction of student fees you will need:
- to request ISEE certification for financial aid for the right to university study;
- Complete and submit the benefits request in your reserved area. Attention: in order for it to be correctly received by the offices, it is necessary to complete the application and submit it with the special ‘submit for reductions application’ button. At the end, the receipt for successful submission will be issued, which you must keep.
You need to do the above by:
- 1st October 2018;
- 17th December 2018 with a 50.00 euro late fee;
- 17th December 2018, without arrears, if you are a transfer student or you register for the first year of a master’s degree programme;
- 31st March 2019, without arrears, if you have withdrawn your degree application.
To benefit from Tuition Fee reductions you must:
- Be regularly enrolled in the 2018/2019 academic year, having paid the first fee instalment within the administrative deadlines decided for the 2018/2019 academic year;
- If you are enrolled in a Ca’ Foscari Bachelor’s Degree programme, not hold another foreign or Italian Bachelor’s Degree, be it gained either under previous legislation (in Italy, prior to Ministerial Decree 509/1999) or under new legislation; neither hold a Diploma issued by the Conservatorium or Academy of Fine Arts nor a Bachelor’s Degree issued under Law no. 508/1999;
- If you are enrolled in a Master’s Degree, do not hold another Bachelor’s Degree prior to Ministerial Decree 509/1999, a Master’s Degree gained either in Italy or abroad, a Diploma issued by the Conservatorium or Academy of Fine Arts, or a two-year University Diploma issued under Law no. 508/1999;
- Not be enrolled in a Degree programme under the Ministerial Decree no. 509/1999;
- Have gained the minimum requisites (credits that have been registered on the student’s personal record) between August 11, 2017 and August 10, 2018 as indicated below:
Bachelor's Degree Programme
|Year*||ECTS full-time students||ECTS part-time students|
|2||minimum 10 yearly||0|
|3||minimum 25 yearly||minimum 5 yearly|
|4||minimum 25 yearly||minimum 5 yearly|
|5||-||minimum 12 yearly|
|6||-||minimum 13 yearly|
(*) “Year” refers to the number of years the student has been enrolled starting from their first enrolment in their first year at any University, as in the case of transfers from other Universities or from other Ca’ Foscari programmes.
For the purpose of calculating merit for obtaining benefits, any years of suspension from studies are not counted, except in cases where the suspension has been determined by disciplinary measures. Furthermore, credits coming from:
- Exams or internships recognized in past academic studies which have concluded with a qualification or following withdrawal/loss of student status or from other activities, even if held before enrolment and for which students have been granted accreditation;
- Exams taken for single courses previous to enrolment to the Degree programme;
- Exams that have not been completed (partial exams are not considered).
After six years (for Bachelor’s Degrees) or four years (for Master’s Degrees) of part-time enrolment, the student acquires the status of full-time student with the resulting rules for determining merit.
To determine the number of years and merits for students who initially enrolled as “part-time” students and who continue their university career as “full-time” students as per the above table, every two years studied at “part-time” status qualifies as one “full-time” year of study. In any case, every year of “part-time” study is regarded as one full year of study. To determine the number of years and merits for students who started their university career as “full-time” students and then continued as “part-time” students, each academic year of “full-time” study qualifies as two years of “part-time” study.
The first installment of 700.00 euros includes:
- the regional tax for financial aid of 169.00 EUR;
- stamp duty of €16.00;
- tuition fees.
Students may pay only the Regional Tax for Financial Aid and €16.00 Stamp Duty due at the time of enrolment if they:
- Have been granted a regional scholarship or are eligible for the same for the 2017/2018 academic year and are not enrolled in a supplementary year; they possess the requisites foreseen by the Call and reapply for a scholarship for the 2018/2019 academic year. Should one of these conditions not be met, please contact the Financial Aid Unit promptly;
- Have disabilities certified at 66% or above, or have disabilities recognized by Article 3 comma 1, Law no. 104 of February 5, 1992.
The amount due will be determined:
- In November 2018 if, you have correctly completed the procedure for requesting a reduction and you meet all the conditions necessary for obtaining benefits by 1st October 2018;
- in April 2019 if you do not do it by October 2018. In this case you will be charged the late fee of 50.00 euros. You will have to pay the second instalment before the recalculation in April.
Should the first instalment exceed the sum due by students, the difference will be reimbursed during the summer exclusively via accreditation to their University CartaConto.
Payment of the first instalment for students who are not enrolled in their first university year should be carried out by 1st October 2018.
For those enrolled in the academic year 2018/ 2019 however, it is expected from the time you enrol until 1st October 2018. It is possible to pay the first installment, with a penalty surcharge of 50.00 euros before 31st October 2018 for only open admission Bachelor’s degree courses.
It is possible for students to enrol in open admission Master’s Degree programmes and pay the first instalment between the dates of November 14 and December 14, 2018.
The payment deadline for limited admission Bachelor and Master’s Degree programmes is the date foreseen by the respective Calls.
Paying fees after the indicated deadlines is allowed only for those students that are already enrolled and are not enrolling in the first year of their degree programme and by payment of a late fee surcharge of:
- € 50.00 for payments made from October 2 to October 31, 2018;
- € 200.00 for payments made from November 1, 2018 onwards.
The second instalment will be the difference between the amount paid in the first instalment and the amount payable. It can be up to 500.00 euros.
If, you correctly complete the procedure for requesting the reduction and you meet all the necessary conditions to obtain the benefit by 1st October 2018,, the second instalment will not be charged as it will not be due. If, however, you carry out the procedures after 1st October 2018, but by 17th December 2018, you will have to pay the second instalment, which will be debited in your reserved area. You will have to wait for the next fees recalculation due for the entire academic year in April.
Payment of the second instalment is to be made by December 17, 2018.
Payment of the second instalment beyond the deadline is allowed by payment of a late fee surcharge of:
- € 50.00 for second instalment payments made between December 18 and December 27, 2018;
- € 200.00 for second instalment payments made from December 28, 2018 onwards.
The third installment is the difference between the amount payable and the amount paid in the first and second installments. It will be confirmed in April 2019 following the recalculation of the fees actually due for the entire academic year.
The payment is expected by 15th May 2019.
Late payment will involve the following penalty surcharges
- 50.00 EUR for the payment of the second instalment from 16 May 2019 to 25 May 2019;
- 200.00 EUR for the payment of the second instalment from 26 May 2019 onwards.
Withdrawal or loss of student status
Withdrawal or loss of student status involves payment of the full amount of the maximum tuition fees or the fees calculated on the basis of your merit/income (if you are entitled to financial aid) and losing the right to an eventual refund.
If you submit your withdrawal request by 28 February 2019 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 2018/2019.
Students graduating in the autumn/extraordinary session
If you have paid the first instalment for the academic year and you graduate in the autumn term (October- December), you will automatically be reimbursed by the office (net of the amount of the revenue stamp and the regional tax for the right to study) in the summer period exclusively through credit on the CartaConto of the University.
If you have also paid the second instalment for the academic year and you graduate in the second term (February-April), you will automatically be reimbursed by the office together with the first instalment.
Tax deduction of tuition fees
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.
Monitoring payment status
Log on to your Personal Area in www.unive.it (select Diritto allo Studio e tasse > Payments) to check:
- status of payments;
- amount due for instalment.
Last update: 17/11/2020