Tuition fees reduction

Fee reduction based on economic condition for students with an income in Italy

Fee reduction request based on economic/asset condition can be submitted online only (www.studenti.unipi.it), from 1 September 2021 to 2 November 2021 (at 12 AM).

A late request is possible from 3 November to 31 December 2021 (at 12 AM) with a € 75.00 late-payment extra charge.

In both cases, the reductions will only be applied to those students regularly registered/enrolled for the a.y. 2021/2022 by 31 December 2021 and having paid the enrolment/registration instalment or having applied for the DSU grant.

Yearly contribution and fee reductions for students with an income and/or assets abroad

  • For foreign students residing abroad
  • for not financially self-sufficient foreign students (pursuant to the Presidential Decree of the Council of Ministers – DPCM 159/2013, art. 8), residing or temporarily living in Italy, with a family unit residing in a country other than Italy, and having an income and/ or assets abroad
  • for Italian students residing abroad and not registered with the Registry of Italian Citizens Residing Abroad – AIRE (Anagrafe Italiani all’Estero)

the maximum yearly contribution is € 2,400.00 and can be paid as follows:

Instalment Amount Regional Tax Revenue stamp
(only for enrolled students)
Deadline
First instalment € 200.00 € 140.00   € 16.00 30 September 2022
Second instalment € 733,00     28 February 2023
Third instalment € 733.00     15 April 2023
Fourth instalment € 734.00     31 May 2023
Total € 2,400.00 € 140.00  € 16.00  

 

Yearly contribution reduction based on the ISEEU PARIFICATO (Indicatore della Situazione Economica Equivalente Universitaria – Equivalent Economic Situation Indicator for the University)

The maximum yearly contribution may be reduced according to the “ISEEU Parificato” (Indicatore della Situazione Economica Equivalente Universitaria – Equivalent Economic Situation Indicator for the University), which may be issued by one of the Tax Assistance Centres - CAFs (Centri di Assistenza Fiscale) holding agreement with the University of Pisa:

  • CAF ACLI srl
  • CAF CGIL Toscana srl
  • CAF CGN SpA
  • CAF CISL Pisa - Pisana Servizi srl
  • CAF Nazionale del Lavoro SpA

The yearly fee reduction request based on the economic/asset status must be submitted online only through the web portal www.studenti.unipi.it, starting from 1 September 2022 to 2 November 2022 (at 12.00 noon).
A late request is also allowed from 3 November 2022 to 15 February 2023 (at 12.00 noon) with a € 75.00 late payment extra charge.

After submitting the yearly fee reduction request, students must email to Questo indirizzo email è protetto dagli spambots. È necessario abilitare JavaScript per vederlo. their declaration “ISEEU Parificato” (Indicatore della Situazione Economica Equivalente Universitaria – Equivalent Economic Situation Indicator for the University).

The due amount based on the ISEEU Parificato is detailed in the relevant table.


Self-declaration for the determination of the LUMP CONTRIBUTION

If unable to submit the ISEEU Parificato and, however, in economically disadvantaged status, the aforementioned students may benefit from the determination of the lump yearly contribution, calculated by multiplying fixed coefficients (0.1,0.2,0.3,0. 4) attributed to the groups of countries listed in "Annex 2" of the Student Contribution Regulations for the academic year 2022/2023 up to the yearly contribution maximum amount of € 2,400.00, corresponding to lump contributions of € 240.00, € 480.00, € 960.00 and € 2,400.00, in addition to the regional tax of € 140.00 and the revenue stamp of € 16.00 only for enrolled students.

For lump contribution application, students must submit the reduction request online only through the web portal www.studenti.unipi.it, as well as the self-declaration stating the impossibility to submit the ISEEU Parificato and the economically disadvantaged status.

The due lump contribution for the academic year 2022/23, determined according to the country of origin, is available at the following link: Table of the annual lump contribution according to the country of origin a.y. 2022/2023

The annual lump contribution is determined as follows:

Students from “low income” countries

Instalment Amount Regional Tax Revenue stamp
(only for enrolled students)
Deadline
First instalment € 200.00 € 140.00   € 16.00 30 September 2022
Second instalment € 40.00     28 February 2023
Total € 240.00 € 140.00  € 16.00  

 

Students from “lower middle income” countries

Instalment Amount Regional Tax Revenue stamp
(only for enrolled students)
Deadline
First instalment € 200.00 € 140.00  € 16.00 30 September 2022
Second instalment € 93.00     28 February 2023
Third instalment € 93.00     15 April 2023
Fourth instalment € 94.00     31 May 2023*
Total € 480.00 € 140.00  € 16.00  

 

Students from “upper middle income” countries

Instalment Amount Regional Tax Revenue stamp
(only for enrolled students)
Deadline
First instalment € 200.00 € 140.00  € 16.00 30 September 2022
Second instalment € 253.00     28 February 2023
Third instalment € 253.00     15 April 2023
Fourth instalment € 254.00     31 May 2023
Total € 960.00 € 140.00  € 16.00  

 

Students from “high income” countries

Instalment Amount Regional Tax Revenue stamp
(only for enrolled students)
Deadline
First instalment € 200.00 € 140.00  € 16.00 30 September 2022
Second instalment € 733.00     28 February 2023
Third instalment € 733.00     15 April 2023
Fourth instalment € 734.00     31 May 2023
Total € 2,400.00 € 140.00  € 16.00  


Please note!
In the event of failed submission of the aforementioned declarations within the deadlines set for the yearly fee reduction request, student’s position will be equated with the unsubmitted reduction request and the fully yearly amount of € 2.400,00 will be due.

In any case, all students with citizenship other than Italian and Italian students residing abroad who are not registered with the Registry of Italian Citizens Residing Abroad – AIRE (Anagrafe Italiani all’Estero) are excluded from:

  • the additional contributions for administrative irregularities and academic inactivity pursuant to art. 1.2.2
  • the reductions for "offsite students" and "other members of the family unit enrolled at the University of Pisa", pursuant to the Student Contribution Regulations for the academic year 2023/2023, article 1.2.3.

If the mandatory qualification to access a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree Programme was awarded in a country other than Italy, the merit-based reductions would be applied from the second year of enrolment.

Annexes:

♦ Table of the annual contribution based on the ISEE statement a.y. 2022/2023

♦ Student contribution regulations for the academic year 2022/2023

♦ Table of the annual country of origin lump contribution for the academic year 22/23

Ultima modifica: Gio 04 Ago 2022 - 10:07

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