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Tuition Fees and Grants

News and Benefits - Academic Year 2020-21

Sapienza supports families and meritorious students with grants and tuition fee exemptions. We are aware that the consequences of the Covid-19 emergency have significantly changed the contributive capacity of many families: for this reason, on July 21, 2020, the Board of Directors of Sapienza extended the no-tax area provided for by DM 234/2020 to students with a "Personal Financial Standing - Isee for the right to university study 2020" up to 24,000 euros (the threshold established by DM 234/2020 is 20,000 euros). Merit requirements necessary as provided by Law 232/2016.

The same resolution also provides: 
- additional benefits for students enrolling from their second "fuori corso" year ( students who have not completed their exams within a set period);
- the payment of a fixed fee of 30 euros per year in place of the enrolment fees for 18+ students living outside their family of origin on the basis of a court order (so-called care leavers).
 

For Academic Year 2020-21 benefits and bonuses are confirmed, including :

  • 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.
  • full exemption for students with disabilities over 66%;
  • payment of the fixed fee of 30 euros per year instead of the enrolment fees for students who are covered by the facilities provided for in art. 30 of Law no. 118 of 30 March 1971;
  • increase in the percentage of students who benefit from the exam bonus.
The amounts of enrolment contributions at the maximum value are unchanged compared to previous years.
All the details are available in the "Regulations for Student" concerning enrolment fees.

Tuition Fees depend on Personal Financial Standing (ISEE)

For students who do not qualify for total exemptions, Sapienza applies a model that allows each student to determine the amount of their own fee - compared to the ordinary measure - in accordance with their financial standing - ISEE for the right to university study (Board of Directors' Resolution of June 11, 2013).

Fees for 2020-2021 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 into 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 foreign citizenship and/or foreign income

Students with foreign citizenship can pay enrolment fees in the following ways:

  1. according to the fixed fee provided for developing countries or non-developing countries (see list below). In this case it will be sufficient to print the slip from Infostud without performing any further functions and the amount shown will be automatically determined according to the country of the declared citizenship
  2. according to your “Isee per il diritto allo studio universitario” (Equivalent Economic Situation Indicator). This option is possible if the income and assets are produced in Italy. In this case, the Isee must be calculated at a Caf (tax assistance centre) or filled in on the Inps website and can be acquired exclusively on Infostud from the Profile>Isee section (it is not possible to acquire the Isee at the time of printing the payment slip). Those who do not have the Isee available at the time of printing the slip must always click on Acquire Isee to pay a fixed fee. By December 21, 2020, the Isee must be declared, otherwise, the amount of the contributions will be applied to the maximum value established.
  3. 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 into 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.

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.

International students who cannot calculate their ISEE (as per Dpcm 159 - 2013, art 8) will pay as follows:

Developing Countries*

Total €500; 1st instalment €150; 2nd instalment €175; 3rd instalment €175; Regional Fees €140

Other Countries

Total €1.000; 1st instalment  €300; 2nd instalment €350; 3rd instalment  €350; Regional Fees €140

* Developing Countries according to the Miur Decree 62/20
Afganistan, Angola, Bangladesh, Benin, Bhutan, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambogia, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Congo Democratic Republic, Djibouti, Eritrea, /Ethiopia, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Haiti, 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, Tanzania, Timor-Leste, Togo, Tuvalu, Uganda, Vanuatu, Yemen, Zambia, Zimbabwe.

Tuition Payment Deadlines

Tuition fees are divided into three instalments. The first must be paid by the call deadline (for first-year students). Starting from September 1 and by November 4, 2020 for continuing students. The second instalment is due on December 21, 2020 and the third is due by March 31, 2021.

Students enrolling in subsequent years and programmes with admission test:
1st Instalment: Nov. 4, 2020
2nd Instalment: Dec. 21, 2020
3rd Instalment: March 31, 2021

Students enrolling in restricted-access programmes:
1st Instalment: see call deadline
2nd Instalment: Dec. 21, 2020
3rd Instalment: March 31, 2021

Students enrolling in two-year Masters Programme with admission test:
Deadlines are based on the 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 penalty, which doubles after 60 days of delay.

65 Euros penalty for students who pay:

  • The first part of the fees from November 5, 2020 (except for first-year enrolled students)
  • The second part of the fees from December 22, 2020
  • The third part of the fees from April 1, 2021

130 Euros penalty for students who pay:

  • The first part of the fees from January 5, 2021
  • The second part of the fees from February 20, 2021
  • The third part of the fees from May 31, 2021

Payments after 26 June 2021. Students who do not pay the missing instalments by June 26, 2021, will be able to settle their position in the first instalment payment window for the next academic year.


Tax relief on tuition fees: only through traceable payments

From January 1st, 2020 (in compliance with December 27, 2019, Sapienza new budget law) students are required to pay the tuition fees through traceable means. This procedure is also necessary to request tax relief on the above-mentioned tuition fees. Therefore students cannot request tax relief on the tuition fees if paid in cash at the office. Source: Bill December 27, 2019, n.160, clause 679

Click on the Official Journal (in Italian)

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. The payment deadlines will be announced at a later time on the Schools' web page.

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

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

Regional Fee: €140

These programmes cannot take advantage of ISEE tuition cuts. Since payment deadlines are strictly related to the test outcomes and the passing of the annual exam, they will be announced at a later time on the Schools' web page on the University's website.

Fees for 1st and 2nd Level  Advanced Professional Courses

These fees depend on the course chosen, as well as their deadlines. Please read the admission forms. 

Go to the Advanced Professional Courses Page

These courses do not benefit from tax reliefs based on ISEE

 

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