Students enrolled up to one year after the normal length of their programme
From the second year after the normal length of the programme
* includes the € 151.50 provincial tax for the right to study.
Further information is available in the Tuition Fees Regulation (Italian/German only).
If you have a disability recognized under article 3, paragraph 1, of Law No 104/1992, or an invalidity up to or exceeding 66%, you are eligible for total exemption from fees: at the beginning of the academic year you must present the disability certificate, issued by the health authorities, together with this enrolment form.
If you are a foreign student in receipt of a grant from the Italian government, you are eligible for total exemption from fees on request.
If you are a grant holder of the Autonomous Province of South Tyrol, you will receive the reimbursement of the fees paid for the academic year. Any fines due to late payment will not be reimbursed.
Please note: if you are enrolled in a post-graduate programme, you are not eligible for a reimbursement of university fees.
Further information is available here.
Delayed payment will result in a fine (30 Euro) being levied.
In case of delayed payment your online account will automatically be blocked. Consequently you won't have access to my SNS and you won't be able to enrol to exams. Students who have not paid their fees are unable to sit exams, nor can they transfer to another university or to another course.
Please contact the Student Secretariat.
Here you can download your receipts as pdf files.
If you exceed the normal lenght of your course, your enrolment status will be "fuori corso". From the second year as "fuori corso", you have to pay university fees with a € 300 surcharge. In order to calculate the fees, the repeated years will also be counted.
In the event that, due to the recognition of previous studies, you had been enrolled in the second year or higher, the missing years will also be counted.
Interruption years (entire academic years are concerned) will not be considered in calculation. The fee increase does not apply to students who attend the "Zusatzausbildung für den Integrationsunterricht" nor those studying for a PhD or TFA.
If you intend to sit your final exam by 31 October, you don't have to enrol in the new academic year.
If you intend to sit your final exam after October and by 31 March, you must enrol, but you do not pay any fee. Go to the payment page and select the option "I will graduate by 31 March": you will be asked to pay a virtual duty stamp of 16 euros.
If you do not pass or postpone the exam, you are required - at the expiration of the 2nd instalment - to pay the entire year fees with the fine for delayed payment.
If you are Freemover at another university in the first semester, by the 31 March you must pay the second instalment and the provincial tax.
If you are a Freemover for the first and second semester, you are not required to enroll in the new academic year.
If you transfer to a course of the old study regulation to a course of the new one (M.D. 270 2004), you shall fill in the transfer application and submit it by the deadline for the enrolment in subsequent academic years.
Relevant information is available in the Tuition fees regulation (Italian/German only).
If you drop out of a course, interrupt your studies or are excluded from studies, you are not entitled to reimbursement of fees.