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2019/2020 TUITION FEE CALCULATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS

Tuition fees exemptions

Total Exemptions

1. Students with certified disabilities, equal or higher than 66%, whatever their economic or merit status, are totally exempt from the payment of university tuition fees at initial enrollment and registration to the following academic years. See the section "Services to Students".

2. Victims of organized crime and terrorism are exempt from the payment of university tuition fees.

3. Political refugees are exempt from the payment of university fees. Please note that political refugee students who are not in compliance with the exams ore are enrolled beyond the normal duration of the course are not entitled to this exemption.

4. Students winners of the LazioDisco Scholarship: students who have applied for LazioDisco Scholarship must pay only a stamp duty (marca da bollo) of € 16. If from the LazioDisco rankings they will not be winners or eligible they will pay the difference of the first installment within 30 days from when they will have access to the payment. Upon expiration of this term, a penalty fee of € 100 will be applied. If you do not validate the payment made at UniCredit Bank, you will not be registered and you will lose the LazioDisco benefits. Students who have applied for LazioDisco, should authorize the University to aquire the ISEEU/Scheda Raccolta Dati selecting the option on Delphi by 16 December because in case of exclusion or revocation of the scholarship the tuition fees will be calculated on the basis of the family income.

5. International student winners of Italian Government Scholarships

6. Students winners of Olympic medals

7. Winners of the Italian Mathematics Olympics are exempted from the payment of the second instalment of University fees for the first academic year

Partial Exemptions from the second instalment payment

You can request the partial exemption through the Delphi system after the payment of the first instalment by 16 march 2020.

1.Students with disabilities between 46% and 65%. See the section "Services to Students".

2. Students with brothers or sisters currently enrolled at the University of Rome Tor Vergata have a second instalment's reduction of 10% (with an ISEEU equal or less than €23.000,00).

3. Official employees of the University of Rome Tor Vergata have a second instalment's reduction of 50%, regardless of their income.

4. Students with at least one parent as Official employees of the University of Rome Tor Vergata (dependent or fixed-term employee) have a second instalment's reduction of 50% with an ISEEU lower than € 50.000,00.

5. Students residing in Italy outside from the Lazio region have a reduction of 5% of the amount of university contribution.

6.Students who obtained a final grade of 110/110 at the Bachelor Degree. A reduction of 10% is foreseen for students who have graduated at Tor Vergata University of Rome or another Italian university with a score of 110/110 and who decide to enroll in a master degree course.

7. Students participating in the Olympic Games have a reduction of 30% of the all-inclusive university fee

8. Maternity: the student for her maternity can choose whether to apply for the period of interruption of studies. If she decides not to use the period of interruption of studies, the student will have a reduction of 30% of the yearly university fees for one year. You can request the partial exemption for maternity through the Delphi system, after the payment of the first instalment, by 31 December 2019

NOTE: These partial exemptions cannot be combined

When and How to pay Tuition Fees

Students who intend to make use of the services provided by Tor Vergata University of Rome must be up to date with the payment of fees and university contributions.

First instalment pa‚Äčyment

The first payment slip is issued by the Delphi system in the section reserved for initial registration in year one or in the following academic years. For the students enrolling in the first year, the first instalment must be paid during the enrollment procedure: 

  1. connect to Delphi
  2. select "Student Section"
  3. click on "registration" or "subsequent enrollments"
  4. print the payment slip and pay the instalment at any branch office of the Unicredit Bank in Italy or by credit card through UniCredit Bank’s online payment system
  5. Connect again to Delphi and enter the payment details (CTRL and AUTH codes) 

Second instalment payment

The second istalment can be paid:

  • in two instalments (system default option)
  • in one instalment if you selected the option "payment in one instalment" or if the amount of the second instalment is less than € 300.

Payment procedure: 

  1. connect to Delphi
  2. select "Student Section"
  3. click on "manage career online" and select "payment of taxes and contribution"
  4. print the payment slip and pay the instalment at any branch office of the Unicredit Bank in Italy or by credit card through UniCredit Bank’s online payment system
  5. Connect again to Delphi and enter the payment details (CTRL and AUTH codes)

NOTE: Use only the payment slip issued by the system. Any other payment made and in any other way (e.g. through a direct credit transfer) will not be considered valid and will not be refunded.

The following payment schedule must be followed in order for students to be officially enrolled in their programme of study. Payment must be made at any branch office of the Unicredit Bank in Italy or by credit card through Unicredit Bank’s online payment system. Students who do not pay within the established deadline dates will not be able to register for exams, obtain diploma certificates, or transfer to another university.

TUITION PAYMENT SCHEDULE

Instalment I by 5 November 2019 €156,00 + partial fee (up to €332,00 depending on the tuition category)
Instalment II, part I by 31 March 2020 Full fee or 50% of tuition fee for amounts of more than €300,00
Instalment II, part II by 29 May 2020 All of the remaining fee
Instalment I for first year extra EU students by 5 November 2019 €156,00
Instalment II for first year extra EU students by 31 March 2020 - €500,00 for students from developing countries
- €1.000,00 for students from all other countries

 

LATE TUITION PAYMENT PENALTY FEES - INSTALMENT I

Payment made between 6 November 2019 and 31 December 2019 €50,00 penalty fee
Payment made between 1 January 2020 and 31 March 2020 €100,00 penalty fee

 

LATE TUITION PAYMENT PENALTY FEES - INSTALMENT II

Payment made within 30 days of the payment deadline €50,00 penalty fee
Payment made after 30 days of the payment deadline: €100,00 penalty fee

 

Tuition Fee Calculations for Second Year non-EU Students

Starting from the second year of enrollment, tuition fees are based on each student’s family income. In order to calculate fees for international students, the University requires a Family Income Assessment Evaluation Form for University Students (Scheda Raccolta Dati per Indicatore Parificato), which can be issued only by the CAF Offices in Italy. The Family Income Assessment Evaluation Form for University Students costs €11.70, which the student pays for directly at the CAF Office.  A photocopy of the Family Income Assessment Evaluation Form for University Students must then be submitted to the International Students Office (Via Cracovia – University of Rome Tor Vergata Main Administrative Building, Rettorato) by 16 December. Any documents submitted should be legally translated and validated by the Italian Embassy or Consulate in the student’s country of origin. The following documents must be submitted to the CAF Office to obtain the Family Income Assessment Evaluation Form for University Students:

  • 2020 Income Tax Return indicating family income for the 2019 calendar year (approved by the Italian Diplomatic Authorities)
  • Family Real Estate Patrimony (as of 31 December 2019)
  • Family Status Certificate (as of 2019)
  • Indication of any scholarships awarded in 2018 and 2019
  • Indication of annual average bank account balance in the 2019 calendar year
  • Copy of student’s passport
  • Copy of student’s Italian Fiscal Code I.D. Number (codice fiscale)

Please note: Students who do not submit the Family Income Assessment Evaluation Form for University Students to the University will be responsible for paying the maximum rate of the yearly tuition fee.

For each successive year of enrollment, their annual family income statement must be certified by the Italian Diplomatic Authorities in their home country, in particular at their local Italian Consulate or Embassy. Once the proper documentation is submitted to the local Italian Diplomatic Authority, students will then receive the certified documents required for submission at the CAF Office (Italian Tax Service Centres) in Rome. During specific dates around Welcome Week, CAF representatives will be available to assist international students on campus.

The CAF Office Procedures

First year EU and non-EU students whose family income is declared in Italy and all the second year students

Students are encouraged to make an appointment at a local CAF office as soon as possible, preferably within the month of September to receive their ISEE-U indicator and avoid paying the ISEE-U penalty fees. To request an ISEE-U evaluation, students must fill out the DSU form (Dichiarazione sostitutiva unica).

In order to calculate fees for international students, the University requires a Family Income Assessment Evaluation Form for University Students (Scheda Raccolta Dati per Indicatore Parificato), which can only be issued by the CAF Offices in Italy.

The following documents must be submitted to the CAF Office to obtain the Family Income Assessment Evaluation Form for University Students:

  • 2019 Income Tax Return indicating family income for the previous calendar year
  • Family Real Estate Patrimony (as of 31 December of the previous year)
  • Family Status Certificate (as of the previous year)
  • Indication of any scholarships awarded in the previous year and two years ago
  • Copy of student’s Italian Fiscal Code Number (codice fiscale)
  • Indication of annual average bank account balance in the previous calendar year
  • Copy of student’s passport or I.D.

The Family Income Assessment Evaluation Form for University Students costs €11.70, which the student pays for directly at the CAF Office.

The Family Income Assessment Evaluation Form for University Students is an indicator which measures the economic status of families and takes into consideration income, assets, and the number of members of each family unit. Students may follow this link to simulate their course fee calculations.

Please Note that students can take advantage of the CAF Office service during the Welcome Weeks to obtain either the “ISEE-University” (EU and non-EU students whose families generate and declare an income in Italy) or the “Scheda Raccolta Dati” (EU students whose families generate and declare an income abroad, that either enrol or register from the second year onwards and also non-EU students whose families generate and declare an income abroad registering from the second year onwards). The CAF Office will be at the event on September 6th, 11th, 18th and on October 9th, 14th, 18th .
Additional days will be scheduled soon here.

For the 2019/2020 academic year, students must log into the Delphi online platform and specifically give permission to allow the University to access their ISEE-U. This procedure must be done no later than 16 December. After this date, a non-refundable late submission fee must be paid by the student, according to the following table:

ISEE-U LATE SUBMISSION DATE  PENALTY FEE

From 16 December 2019 to 15 March 2020

€150,00
From 16 March 2020 to 31 May 2020

€200,00

 

During specific dates around Welcome Week, CAF representatives will be available to assist international students on campus. A photocopy of the Family Income Assessment Evaluation Form for University Students must be submitted to the International Students Office (Via Cracovia – University of Rome Tor Vergata Main Administrative Building, Rettorato) by 16 December.

International Students Office – Opening Hours until 5 November:

  • From Monday to Friday: 9:00am -12:00pm
  • Wednesday: 2:00pm – 4:00pm

From 6 November the Office will open according to the following schedule:

  • Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 9:00am – 12:00pm
  • Wednesday: 2:00pm – 4:00pm

Please note: Students who do not submit the Family Income Assessment Evaluation Form for University Students to the University will be responsible for paying the maximum rate of the yearly tuition fee (80% of the maximum rate will be applied only to the students coming from countries with low-income economies).

Recommendations

Students who have applied for Laziodisu, have to submit the ISEE-U/Scheda Raccolta Dati within 16 December because in case of exclusion or revocation of the Laziodisu scholarship the tuition fees will be calculated according to the ISEE-U/Scheda Raccolta Dati value.

Students need to present their ISEE-U/Scheda Raccolta Dati within 16 December even if they have deferred the enrollment because in case they will not graduate by the last graduation session in time (March 2020), the tuition fees will be calculated according to the ISEE-U/Scheda Raccolta Dati value. 

For further information about ISEE-U visit the website http://iseeu.uniroma2.it/

Tuition Fee Calculations for All Second Year Students

Tuition fees for all second year students are based on family income submitting the ISEE-U certificate or “Scheda Raccolta Dati” for International students.

Tuition fees are divided into three main categories:

  • Ordinary: first-year students, second-year students who have earned at least 10 CFU by 10 August each year; students who are one year late with their studies and who have earned at least 25 CFU by 10 August each year.
  • Superior: all students who are more than 1 year late with their studies and who have earned at least 12 CFU by 10 August each year.
  • Maximum: all students who are 2 years late or more with their studies; students who are one year late with their studies and who have not earned at least 12 CFU by 10 August each year. 

What is an ISEE-U certification (or “Scheda Raccolta Dati” for International students) and what is it for?

The ISEE (Equivalent Economic Situation Indicator) certificate is the instrument used to evaluate the economic situation of students who are eligible for benefits. This can be obtained by combining and considering three elements: income, assets and family. For the purpose of tuition fees, if parents are not members of the family unit, students can be considered to be a single member of the family only in the following cases:

  • students have not been living in the original family home (or in a house owned by a family member) for at least two years since the date of their original enrolment application for each time they apply for a course.
  • the student has an adequate income.

Both conditions must be satisfied, otherwise students will be considered as a member of their parents’ family.
In accordance with current legislation, the only ISEE considered valid for the calculation of tax brackets and other benefits provided by the University is the ISEE-University or “Scheda Raccolta Dati” for International students.

ANNUAL TUITION FEES 

ISEE-U INDICATOR

Ordinary Superior Maximum
0-13.000 €156,00 €356,00 €706,00
13.001-20.000 Proportionate fee up to €646,00 Proportionate fee up to €870,00 Proportionate fee up to €1.246,00
20.001-30.000 Proportionate fee up to €1.346,00 Proportionate fee up to €1.606,00 Proportionate fee up to €2.016,00
30.001-40.000 Proportionate fee up to €3.276,00 Proportionate fee up to €3.632,00 Proportionate fee up to €4.138,00
40.001-50.000 Proportionate fee up to €3.502,00 Proportionate fee up to €3.870,00 Proportionate fee up to €4.386,00
50.001-60.000 Proportionate fee up to €3.728,00 Proportionate fee up to €4.106,00 Proportionate fee up to €4.636,00
60.001-70.000 Proportionate fee up to €3.954,00 Proportionate fee up to €4.344,00 Proportionate fee up to €4.884,00
70.001-80.000 Proportionate fee up to €4.108,00 Proportionate fee up to €4.582,00 Proportionate fee up to €5.132,00
More than 90.000 or no ISEE-U €4.406,00 €4.812,00 €5.366,00

 

First year EU and non-EU students whose family income is declared in Italy

Once students have an ISEE-U indicator based on their family income (declared in Italy), they can then calculate exactly how much tuition fee they will be required to pay each year.

The amount students are required to pay is proportionate to their family’s income bracket. Students in the lowest income bracket will be required to pay a €156,00 fee per year. The mid-level income bracket corresponds to the payment of a proportionate fee according to the ISEE-U indicator which would not be more than €1.346,00. The maximum fee that students would be required to cover is €4.250,00 per year, which is applicable to families in the highest income bracket or to students who do not submit an ISEE-U financial assessment evaluation to the University before 16 December each year.

Please note that students can take advantage of the CAF Office service during the Welcome Weeks to obtain the ISEE-University.

ISEE-U INDICATOR NUMBER

AMOUNT TO BE PAID
0-13.000 €156,00 enrollment tax
13.001-30.000 The amount is a proportionately calculated fee that is not greater than €1.346,00
30.001 and above The amount is a proportionately calculated fee that is not greater than €4.250,00
No ISEE-U indicator €4.250,00

 

First year non-EU Students

First year tuition fees for extra-EU students enrolling at Tor Vergata University of Rome are as follows:

  • €156,00 enrollment tax plus €500,00 tuition fee for extra-EU students from the following developing countries (*)
  • €156,00 enrollment tax plus €1.000,00 tuition fee for all other extra-EU students

(*) Developing countries: 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 e Zimbabwe.