ISEE from 30,001 EUR to 60,000 EUR
If your ISEE is between 30,001 EUR and 60,000 EUR you will pay the following amounts for the entire academic year 2021/2022:
- the regional tax for financial aid of 173.00 EUR;
- stamp duty of 16.00 EUR;
- tuition fees from 1,066.00 EUR to 1,705.00 EUR for bachelor’s degree programmes (and degree programmes under the old system prior to D.M. 509/1999) and from 1,195.00 EUR to 1,928.00 EUR for master’s degree programmes, as shown in the table below:
|ISEE values||Bachelor’s degree programme (and degree programmes prior to D.M. 509/1999)||Master’s degree programmes|
|30,001.00 - 33.999,99 EUR||from 1.066,00 to 1.212,00 EUR||from 1.195,00 to 1.360,00 EUR|
|34.000,00 - 39.999,99 EUR||from 1.212,00 to 1.452,00 EUR||from 1.360,00 to 1.642,00 EUR|
|40.000,00 - 49.999,99 EUR||from 1.452,00 to 1.601,00 EUR||from 1.642,00 a 1.822,00 EUR|
|50.000,00 - 59.999,99 EUR||from 1.601,00 to 1.704,00 EUR||from 1.822,00 to 1.927,00 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 131.00 to 150.99 EUR|
|2||from 15,748.79 EUR to 31,497.56 EUR||from 151.00 to 172.99 EUR|
|3||from 31,497.57 EUR onwards||173.00 EUR|
A simulator is available through which anyone can insert their own ISEE and calculate exactly the all-inclusive tuition fees.
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 30,001 to 60,000 euros, you will be subject to the maximum contribution provided for the majority of students enrolled in Bachelor’s and Master’s degree courses.
The students with Non-EU citizenship should verify the requirements provided for in the Non-EU Students page.
Attention: if you have an ISEE higher than euros 30,001, or you don't meet the requirements of the "Student Act" (ISEE less than 30,001), or don't benefit from the scholarship for the right to study you should pay the amount due for the following Degrees:
- Digital Management: includes a contribution of euros 7,523.00 for each academic year;
- Hospitality Innovation and e-Tourism: includes a contribution of euros 6,000.00 for each academic year.
For enrolment in these Degrees the incentives provided by the University for the reduction of taxes do not apply.
To apply for an economic subsidy, you should perform the following operations:
- enroll for the a.y. 2021/2022 by paying the first instalment of fees;
- obtain the ISEE certification for financial aid for the right to university study without omissions/non conformities flagged by the Revenue Agency (if there are omissions/non conformities, they must be resolved within the deadlines);
- fill and submit the benefit request in your reserved area.
You should carry out said operations according the following deadlines:
- 30th September 2021 all previous operations without paying arrears;
- 10th December 2021 enrollment for the first academic year by paying arrears, and submitting the ISEE certification and benefits request by paying EUR 50.00 by 17th December 2021;
- 17th December 2021, all the previous operations without arrears only if you are a transfer student or you register for the first year of a master’s degree programme;
- 31st March 2022, without arrears, if you have withdrawn your degree application.
To benefit from the above-mentioned subsidies, the following requirements should be met:
- completion of operations described under point 1,2, and 3 of the above-mentioned procedure;
- if you are enrolled in a bachelor’s degree programme you must not have another degree, either under the old system (even prior to DM 509/1999) or under the new system, whether obtained in Italy or abroad, or a diploma issued by the Conservatory/Fine Arts Academy, or a three-year first-level diploma issued under Italian law no. 508/1999;
- if you are enrolled in a master’s degree programme, you must not have another degree obtained prior to DM 509/1999, specialist degree, or master’s degree, obtained either in Italy or abroad, a diploma issued by the Conservatory/Fine Arts Academy, or a two-year second level diploma issued under Italian law no. 508/1999;
- you must not still be enrolled in a degree programme under the old system prior to DM no. 509/1999;
- Have attained, on the date of the 30th September 2021, the minimum requirements (credits actually recorded in the booklet) listed below:
Bachelor’s degree programmes
|Year||Full-time students - ECTS||Part-time students - ECTS|
(*) “Year” refers to the number of years of enrolment from the first year of matriculation in any University, as in the case of transfer from another University or Department.
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/placements relative to previous studies that ended with a qualification or following withdrawal/loss of student status or from other activities, including exams taken prior to matriculation for which a credit exemption was obtained;
- exams taken as single courses prior to matriculating in your current programme;
- incomplete exams (for example, if you did not take all parts of a multiple-part exam).
After six years of enrolment (for bachelor’s degree programmes) or four years of enrolment (for master’s degree programmes), part-time students will be considered as full-time students and will be subject to the same merit requirements.
Students who matriculated as part-time students and subsequently switched to full-time status should calculate their years of attendance (necessary for the calculation of academic merit as shown in the table above) as follows: two academic years attended with part-time status are counted as one full-time year and a single “part-time year” will also be considered as equivalent to one full-time year. Similarly, students who matriculated as full-time students and subsequently switched to part-time status should count every academic year attended with full-time status as two “part-time years”.
The first installment of 700.00 euros includes:
- the regional tax for financial aid of 173.00 EUR;
- stamp duty of 16.00 EUR;
- all-inclusive tuition fee.
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:
- recipients of regional scholarship or students eligible for scholarship in a.y. 2020/2021 who are enrolling on track, meet the requirements of the call and are intending to re-apply for a scholarship for a.y. 2021/2022. Should you failed to meet any of these conditions you must contact the Financial Aid and Disability Unit before end;
- student beneficiary or the child of beneficiaries of a disability pension, established by art.12 of Italian Law 118/71, as provided for by art.30 of the same law;
- foreign students beneficiary of a scholarship from the Italian Government under the development cooperation programs;
- students having a refugee status and subsidiary protection status.
The amount due will be determined:
- In November 2021 if, you have correctly completed the procedure for requesting a reduction and you meet all the conditions necessary for obtaining benefits by 30th September 2021;
- in April 2022 if you do not do it by 30th September 2021. 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.
If the amount paid in the first instalment exceeds the amount effectively due, you will be refunded by payment onto your University CartaConto.
Payment of the first instalment for students who are not enrolled in their first university year should be carried out by 30th September 2021.
For those enrolled in the academic year 2021/2022 however, it is expected from the time you enrol until 30th September 2021. It is possible to pay the first installment, with a penalty surcharge of 50.00 euros before 29th October 2021 for only open admission Bachelor’s degree courses.
You may also enrol on free access master’s degree programmes by paying the first instalment between 18 November and 17 December 2021.
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:
- 50.00 EUR for the payment of the first instalment from 1 October 2021 to 30 October 2021;
- 100.00 EUR for the payment of the first instalment from 31 October 2021 onwards.
The second installment is for 500.00 euros includes should be paid by 10 December 2021 (except for the students enrolled for the first year of master's degree with deadline set on 17 December 2021).
Late payment involves the following penalty surcharges:
- 50.00 EUR for the payment of the second instalment from 11 December 2021 to 20 December 2021;
- 100.00 EUR for the payment of the second instalment from 21 December 2021 onwards.
The third instalment is the difference between the amount due to be paid and the amount paid with the first and second instalment and will be determined in April 2022 following the recalculation of the taxes effectively due for the entire academic year. The "family incentive", "merit" reductions and "speed bonus" will be counted during the recalculation of the third instalment.
The payment of the third instalment is expected by 16 May 2022.
Late payment will involve the following penalty surcharges
- 50.00 EUR for the payment of the third instalment from 17 May 2022 to 26 May 2022;
- 100.00 EUR for the payment of the third instalment from 27 May 2022 onwards.
Withdrawal or forfeiture
Withdrawal or forfeiture 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.
Check the deadlines and procedures for submitting the application on the withdrawal/forfeiture.
If you are eligible for/beneficiary of scholarship for the right to education, you must in any case contact the Financial Aid and Disability Unit.
Students graduating in the autumn/extraordinary session
If you have paid the first and the second instalment for the new academic year and you graduate in the autumn session (October/December) or in extraordinary session (February/April) of the previous year, these will be refunded automatically (excluding the stamp duty and the regional tax for the right to education) in the summer only by payment to the University CartaConto. For more information, you can consult the page on Admission procedures, degree application and withdrawal.
If you are graduating in the extraordinary session and you are eligible for/beneficiary of scholarship for the right to education, you must in any case contact the Financial Aid and Disability Unit.
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 Student Services Office > Payments) to check:
- status of payments;
- amount due for instalment.
Last update: 30/05/2023