1. Application for exam recognition. Forfeited students belonging to the old academic system, even coming from other universities, may enrol in a degree programme belonging to the academic system pursuant to Ministerial Decree no. 270/04 and submit an application to have their exams recognised.
a) log in to Infostud and obtain the student ID number, if they are not provided yet;
b) abide by the access procedures provided for the degree programme of choice;
c) submit to the Student Office of the degree programme of choice, within the deadline provided for enrolment, an application for exam recognition on stamped paper (to the front desk during opening hours or by means of registered letter with return receipt addressed to the University of Rome “La Sapienza” – Settore Segreteria student of (please indicate the competent faculty or of the Student Office if it is interuniversity) – Piazzale Aldo Moro, 5 – 00185 Rome, by attaching a copy of a valid ID document.
Students enrolled in Sapienza University who incurred in forfeiture, except if they apply for reinstatement in degree programmes of faculties other than that of origin, do not make a new enrolment but submit an application for reinstatement on stamped paper to the Student Office of origin.
Students coming from other universities must attach to the application a self-certification of the exams passed, of the relating scientific disciplinary sectors and of the ECTS acquired.
2. Tuition fees to be paid by students. Students shall pay, within the enrolment deadlines provided for each degree programme:
a) a fixed fee of € 290 per each resumed academic year up to maximum € 2,300;
b) the first instalment of the tuition fees for the 2019-2020 academic year;
c) the regional tax for the right to education for the 2019-2020 academic year;
d) the stamp duty.
Payment will be made by means of the paying-in slip issued by the Student Office.