1. Payment of tuition fees in split instalments. Sapienza allows the tuition fees for degree programmes to be paid in three (3) instalments of 30% (first instalment), 35% (second instalment) and 35% (third instalment) of the total, respectively.
2. Deadlines for payment and Isee verification. For restricted access degree programmes, the deadline for paying the first instalment is laid down in the calls for applications that regulate admission to the programmes; for degree programmes with an admission test and candidates enrolling in years subsequent to the first, the deadline is November 9, 2023.
The second instalment of tuition fees must be paid by December 21, 2023.
By the same date, the actual presence of the Isee 2023 value for the right to academic education must be checked on Infostud. If the value is not available even after performing the Acquire Isee operation, students must immediately write to their Student Affairs Office. Failure to acquire the Isee value by December 21, 2023, will result in the payment of tuition fees at the maximum value.
The third instalment must be paid by March 28, 2024.
The deadlines for students enrolling in two-year Master's degree programmes are indicated in Art. 8, paragraph 7.
3. Late payment fines. For late payments, there is a €65 fine, which is doubled in the event of a delay of more than 60 consecutive days.
a. The €65 fine applies to:
- students who pay the first instalment of tuition fees from November 10, 2023 (if enrolled in years following the first);
- students who pay the second instalment of tuition from December 22, 2023;
- students who pay the third instalment of tuition fees from March 29, 2024.
b. A €130 fine applies to:
- students who pay the first instalment of tuition fees from January 8, 2024;
- students who pay the second instalment of tuition from February 19, 2024;
- students who pay the third instalment of tuition fees from May 27, 2024.
4. Payments made after June 26, 2024. Students who do not pay their outstanding instalments by June 26, 2024, will have to wait until the opening of the new academic year to regularise their position.