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Fees and financial support

University fees for the a.y. 2018/19 depend on the student's country of origin and can vary from 356,000 euros up to 2.452,00 euros (including € 140,00 for Regional taxes, and € 16.00 for stamp duty). The total amount of € 2,452.00 is divided into 4 instalments; the first is € 356,00 and all students must pay it no later than 1 October 2018 except for those who submit a DSU scholarship application and those who have a disability defined according to art. 3, comma 1, of the law dated 5 February 1992, n. 104) or for those who have a disability greater or equal to 66% and are held responsible for payment of the stamp duty only.

If a student has not completed his/her enrolment by 1 October 2018, s/he will have to pay a late penalty fee (candidates who have applied to a degree programme which requires an admission exam are excluded from the penalty fee).
The call for applications for scholarships is available online from July 2018 up until the 14th of September at 1pm (https://www.dsu.toscana.it), however in order to enrol the student must complete the ‘course selection’ on the Alice portal.
The submission of a scholarship application temporarily delays the payment of the first instalment until the 15 March 2019: after which any students who are awarded a scholarship will not be required to pay any tuition fees.
At the point of enrolment at the University, the student is required to pay the first instalment of the tuition fees (356 Euros) or provide the receipt of DSU scholarship application.

 

TUITION FEES REDUCTION

It is possible to obtain a fee reduction based on merit (up to a maximum of € 267.00) and based on income (up to a maximum of € 2,296.00).

ON A FINANCIAL BASIS FOR STUDENTS WITH AN INCOME IN ITALY
The possibility to apply for reduced fees for anyone who has an income in Italy, is available from the 17th September 2018 to all students who are enrolled without irregularities for the a.y. 2018/2019 before 28 December 2018, at 12:00. The application can be made through the Alice portal by selecting the heading “Richiesta riduzione tasse” and inserting the relevant information relating to the ISEE of the family to which the student belongs, also valid for benefits provided by the Diritto allo Studio Universitario.

ON A FINANCIAL BASIS FOR NON-EU STUDENTS WITH AN INCOME ABROAD
Non-EU students (Annex 2 of Tuition Fees Regulation a.y. 2018- 19) are required to pay only the first instalment of €356.00, except when having a merit reduction. Non-EU students (Annex 3 of Tuition Fees Regulation a.y. 2018-19) can benefit from a standard reduction according to art. 1.2.4 of that Regulation in relation to their home country. In both cases, the reduction will be applied automatically as it is for the merit reduction.

ON A FINANCIAL BASIS FOR EU STUDENTS WITH AN INCOME ABROAD
For EU students residing in EU countries Italy included, economically not self-sufficient (art 8 DPCM 159/2013) and with the family of origin not residing in Italy, the CAF will not be able to release the family ISEE statement without the possibility to collect online the family information, from the INPS and the Revenue Agency data banks. For this reason, the University of Pisa has agreed to release an equalised family ISEE statement with some CAF offices so that these students can ask for tuition fee reduction.

For more information: https://www.unipi.it/index.php/tasse-e-diritto-allo-studio/item/12949-cdl-tasse-2018-2019

The rules regarding student contributions for the upcoming academic year 2018/2019 is available on the relevant webpage.

 

For the international students

Regional "Right to Study" Programme

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