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In recent years, the calculation of Italian university tuition fees have changed. Please remember that your annual tuition fees at Tor Vergata depend on your first year of enrollment. Students enrolled in 2019/2020 will keep paying tuition fees according to the tuition system described here until the end of their academic career; students first enrolled in 2018/2019 (or before) will pay their fees according to their tuition system.

 

Currently, in order to be considered as an Italian fee status student for tuition fee purposes, you generally need to have your family income declared in Italy so that the University will get your ISEE and calculate your annual tuition fee on the basis of your incomes. Even if you are a student regularly paying taxes in one of the EU Countries, you will be considered into the Italian fee status students and your tuition fee will be calculated on the basis of your family income.

 

Annual tuition fees are payable in two instalments at Tor Vergata with deadlines in November and in March; detailed information about deadlines will be published into the Students Guide 2020.

2020 - 2021 a.y. tuition fees

Italian and EU Students – please refer to the Students Guide 2019, chapter 7, as no changes have been made for 2020/2021.

Non-EU students: please refer to https://en.uniroma2.it/admissions/tuition-fees/

 

2019 - 2020 a.y. tuition fees

The Administrative Board of Tor Vergata University of Rome established the new tuition fee accounting system for the A.Y. 2019/2020 as follows:

A) Non-Eu students enrolling in the first year of the M.Sc. in Business Administration in the A.Y. 2019/2020, whose families produce an income abroad, do not have to submit the ISEE-University certificate but have to pay, in addition to the regional fee (156€ including the revenue stamp), a yearly contribution already pre-determined based on the students’ home country equal to:

  • 500 € for Non-Eu students coming from developing countries as defined by the Ministry of Education, University and Research with the decree “Decreto MIUR 11/06/2019” published on “Gazzetta Ufficiale n.144 del 21/06/2019”

(€156,00 to be paid as a first installment and €500,00 to be paid as a second installment for extra-EU students from the developing countries)

The second installment can be paid with two options:

  •  Divided into two payments (default option)

    - 50% by June 10th, 2020
    - 50% by June 10th, 2020

  •  A single payment by June 10th, 2020 if you select "single payment" (pagamento in un’unica soluzione) or if the second instalment is lower than 300 Euros.

(Afghanistan, Angola, Bangladesh, Benin, Bhutan, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia, 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 and Zimbabwe)

  • 1.000 € for all the other non-Eu students

(€156,00 to be paid as a first installment, plus €1.000,00 to be paid as a second installment for all the other non-EU students)

The second installment can be paid with two options:

  • Divided into two payments (default option)

    - 50% by June 10th, 2020
    - 50% by June 10th, 2020

  • A single payment by June 10th, 2020 if you select "single payment" (pagamento in un’unica soluzione) or if the second instalment is lower than 300 Euros.

B) For those students not included in point A, such as:

  • EU and non-Eu students whose families produce an income in Italy;
  • EU students whose families produce an income abroad, that either enrol or register on the degree course from the second year on;
  • Non-EU students whose families produce an income abroad that register on the degree course from the second year on;

The tuition fee is defined by the class of contribution n.5 to which the M.Sc. in Business Administration refers to Contribution class 5:

  • Ordinary taxation: From 0 Euros to a maximum amount of 5250 Euro depending on ISEE level 
  • Superior taxation: From 200 Euro to a maximum amount of 5705 Euro depending on ISEE level
  • Maximum taxation From 600 Euro to a maximum amount of 6105 Euro depending on ISEE level

Three types of contribution have been defined, which consider the number of ECTS credits obtained and the year of registration for the degree course:

 

CLASS OF CONTRIBUTION TARGET

 

ORDINARY TAXATION

Is applied to those students who are either:

a) enrolled on a degree course in the A.Y. 2019/2020
b) enrolled in the 2018/2019 academic year and who have obtained at least 10 ECTS credits (or 6 ECTS credits for part-time students) from 10/08/2018 to 10/08/2019
c) registered within a delay of maximum one year later than the natural duration of the course and who have obtained at least 25 ECTS credits (or 18 ECTS credits for part- time students) from 10/08/2018 to 10/08/2019

In this Ordinary taxation, a “no-tuition fee area” is foreseen for students who have an ISEE-University between 0 Euro and 13,000 Euro (students will have to pay only the regional fee and the revenue stamp).

 

SUPERIOR TAXATION

Is applied to those students not included in the Ordinary taxation and who registered within a delay of maximum one year later than the natural duration of the course and who have obtained at least 12 ECTS credits from 10/08/2018 to 10/08/2019.

 

MAXIMUM TAXATION

Is applied those students not included both in the Ordinary taxation and the Superior Taxation and who have:

a) registered with a delay of more than one year later than the natural duration of the course.

b) registered within a delay of maximum one year later than the natural duration of the course and who have not obtained at least 12 ECTS credits from 10/08/2018 to 10/08/2019.

 

In order to benefit from a reduction from the maximum amount of the university tuition fees, the following procedures are foreseen:

- Eu and non-Eu students whose families produce an income in Italy must, through their reserved area of the Delphi portal, authorize the University to consult the INPS database in order to obtain their ISEE-University certificate. The deadline for this procedure is set by December 16th, 2019;
- Eu students whose families produce an income abroad and who either enrol or register on a degree course from the second year on, must provide (by December 16th, 2019) the students secretariat with the equivalent of the ISEE-University certificate (scheda raccolta dati per indicatore parificato universitario) issued by any Caf office in Italy;
- Non-Eu students whose families produce an income abroad and who register on a degree course from the second year on, must provide (by December 16th, 2019) the students secretariat with the equivalent of the ISEE-University certificate (scheda raccolta dati per indicatore parificato universitario) issued by any Caf office in Italy;

Please note that for ISEE-University values equal to or higher than 90,000€ or in the case of non-submission of the ISEE-University certificate, students must pay the maximum amount foreseen by the type of taxation to which they belong.