Tuition Fees and Grants

News - Academic Year 2019-20

Sapienza supports families and meritorious students with grants and tuition fee exemptions. For Academic Year 2019-20, Sapienza has further extended financial aid with two further bonuses:

  • Family Bonus – reductions for all family members enrolled at Sapienza (until last year, the reductions were limited to brothers and sisters);
  • Changing Programme – changing programme is free during the year of enrolment if no exams have been taken.

Standard tuition fees have not been increased.

Tuition Fees depend on Personal Financial Standing (ISEE)

Students who can’t have any benefit from the above can fill in a form that helps them calculating their own fees amount, in accordance with their financial standing - ISEE which must be calculated and certified by a Tax Assistance Centre (CAF)- (Approved by the Management Board on June 11, 2013).

Every students but those who flagged the “I do not declare ISEE” option, must calculate their ISEE either at a CAF (Tax Assistance Centre), or online, on the INPS website.

ISEE is an official form which indicates your financial standing in any given year on the basis of family status, earnings, property and expenses. You will need to provide information and documentation regarding you or your family’s annual income and assets. Documents must be relevant to the year previous to the academic year in which you wish to enroll.

Please notice: Calculating ISEE at a CAF is a free operation, it takes several weeks and must be declared by December. Students are encouraged to require their ISEE certificatin as soon as possible.

Caf from Comune di Roma

Infostud automatically creates a form with the students fees amount according to the declared ISEE.

Students who insert a wrong ISEE will pay a fine.  

Fees for 2018-2019 Bachelors and Masters Programmes

First Group
Faculties of: Economy, Law, Arts and Humanities, Political Science, Sociology, and Communication, Classes L-19; L-39; LM-85

Second Group
Faculties of: Architecture, Medicine and Dentistry Medicine and Psychology, Pharmacy and Medicine Civil and Industrial Engineering, Information Engineering, Informatics and Statistics, Mathematics, Physics and Natural Sciences. 

Inter-faculty Courses are to be found in the main faculty

Fees are divided in three parts:

Course

TOTAL 

I PART

II PART

III PART

REGIONAL FEES

First Group

€2.821

€846

€987

€988

€140

Second Group

€2.924

€877

€1.023

€1024

€140

Nursing Course - Unitelma blended

€2.924

€877

€1.023

€1024

€140

Informatics Course - Unitelma*

€1.600

€800

-

€800

€140

Psychological Sciences adn Techniques Course in teledidactics Unitelma* 

€1.600

€800

-

€800

€140

Consorzio Nettuno* Courses

€1200

€600

-

€600

€140

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
*These courses do not consider ISEE

Fees for students with Income Abroad

Students who can’t calculate their ISEE (Dpcm 159 from 2013, art 8) will pay as follows:

Developing Countries*

Total €500; I part €150; II part €175; III part €175; Regional Fees €140

Other Countries

Total €1.000; I part €300; II part €350; III part €350; Regional Fees €140

* Developing Countries according to the Miur Decrete, September 16, n. 689
Afganistan, Angola, Bangladesh, Benin, Bhutan, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambogia, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Congo Democratic Republic, Djibouti, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Haiti, Kenya, Kiribati, Korea Dem. Rep., Lao People's Democratic Republic, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Myanmar, Nepal, Niger, Rwanda, Sao Tome & Principe, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Solomon Islands, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Timor-Leste, Togo, Tuvalu, Uganda, Vanuatu, Yemen, Zambia, Zimbabwe.

Regional taxes and tax stamps must be added to the totals and included in the first instalment.

International students (EU and Non-EU) are included in the following categories:

  • University student with foreign citizenship not residing in Italy;
  • University student with Italian citizenship not residing in Italy;
  • University student with foreign citizenship residing in Italy and not financially independent.

As per Bill 159/2013, Art. 8, international students may also request an “Isee Parificato” Declaration from a CAF by presenting the required documentation that has previously been certified by the competent authorities in the country where the income was earned. The documentation must be translated in Italian by the Italian embassy or consulate in the country where the income was earned. The declaration must include the number of family members, income and all other sources of revenue for the given year. The CAF declaration must be then submitted to the programme administrative office at Sapienza for tuition fee calculation.

Foreign students that declare income in Italy can request an “Isee 2019 per il diritto allo studio universitario” from any CAF and submit it to the programme administrative office at Sapienza that will insert said parameters on the Infostud System.

Tuition Payment Deadlines

Tuition fees are divided into three instalments. The first must be paid by the call deadline (for first-year students) and by November 4, 2019 for continuing students. The second instalment is due on December 20, 2019 and the third is due by March 30, 2020.

Students enrolling in subsequent years and programmes with admission test:
1st Instalment: Nov. 4, 2019
2nd Instalment: Dec. 20, 2019
3rd Instalment: March 30, 2020

Students enrolling in restricted-access programmes:
1st Instalment: see call deadline
2nd Instalment: Dec. 20, 2019
3rd Instalment: March 30, 2020

Students enrolling in two-year Masters Programme with admission test:
Deadlines are based on date of Bachelors Degree.

Please visit Art. 8 - Part 6 of the Student Manifesto.

The form can be downloaded from Infostud.

Delayed payments will undergo a 65 Euros penality, which doubles after 60 days of delay.

Please note, it's disposed

65 Euros penality for students who pay:

  • The first part of the fees from November 5, 2019 (except for frirst year enrolled students)
  • The second part of the fees from December 21, 2019
  • The third part of the fees from March 31, 2020

130 Euros penality for students who pay:

  • The first part of the fees from January 4, 2020
  • The second part of the fees from February 19, 2020
  • The third part of the fees from May 30, 2020

Students who wish to pay after June 26, 2020, will have to wait for the following Academic Year and will incur in a €130 penalty.


Fees for Students enrolling in a Postgraduate School (Medical and non-medical) or Special Programme in Areospacial Engineering

1st Instalment: €613
2nd Instalment: €655
Total: €1268

Regional Fee: €140

Please see Schools Page for deadlines.

These programmes cannot take advantage of ISEE tuition cuts

Fees for students who enroll in a Postgraduate School for Legal Professions

1st Instalment: €808
2nd Instalment: €980
Total: €1788

Regional Fee: €140

Please see Schools Page for deadlines.

These programmes cannot take advantage of ISEE tuition cuts

Fees for 1st and 2nd Level Professional Master Courses

Those fees depend on the course choses, as well as their deadlines. Please read the admission forms. 

Go to Professional Master Course Page

Those courses don’t benefit from tax cuts related to the ISEE

 

 

 

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