1. Payments. If students do not pay any tuition fees for two academic years or more without applying for the academic career interruption referred to in art. 45, they must pay, from September 2, 2019 to November 4, 2019, a fixed fee of € 455 for every year of interruption instead of tuition fees and the accrued additional fees. Such provision also applies to part-time students (art. 50). The paying-in slip must be printed from Infostud.
2. Students who have only to take the final exam and who resume their academic career must pay a fixed fee of € 290 for each year of interruption instead of tuition fees and the accrued additional fees (the amount will be entered by the Student Office, that will also issue the paying-in slip). Such students will pay tuition fees according to their ISEE of the year in which they apply to graduate, including the arrears.
3. Students who discontinue payments for one year only without having applied for the academic career interruption referred to in art. 45 will pay, besides the tuition fees for the ongoing academic year, the outstanding tuition fees according to the ISEE relating to the year of interruption (if declared), including the additional fees for late payments. If the ISEE relating to the year of interruption has not been declared, such students will pay the outstanding tuition fees according to the ISEE relating to the resumption year.
4. Students having a disability equal to or higher than 66% having a certificate of disability pursuant to art. 3, paragraph 1, of law of February 5, 1992, no. 104, or with a severe and prolonged impairment duly certified (pursuant to art. 9 of Legislative Decree no. 68/2012) who have interrupted their academic career and have not exceeded the term for the achievement of the degree, may resume their career by paying € 30 per each year of interruption by way of reimbursement of tuition fees.
5. Certificates. The years in which a discontinuance in the payment of tuition fees has been ascertained are taken into account to determine the term of the degree programme and the extra years, if any, following the standard term of the degree programme. The certificates issued by the university during the “de facto” interruption carry the last year of actual enrolment (identified with the payment of the first instalment) and the wording “in the academic year … the student’s administrative position and payments of the ....... academic years are regular”. They also indicate the enrolment in the ongoing academic year.
6. Exams. During the “de facto” academic career interruption, students cannot take any exams, under penalty of cancellation.