In an effort to guarantee all students access to affordable postgraduate education, new tuition fees have been established for the 2018/2019 academic year (click HERE for details). The tuition fee for the first year is based on the student's total family income which is calculated through the ISEE-U system. However, the tuition fee for second-year students, or for students unable to complete their studies within the established two-year period, is based on total family income and the amount of university credit earned by 10 August each year.
Various forms of tuition exemptions are available for students who meet the requirements specified under the University guidelines. Students who require additional information or explanations can contact the Programme Office either in person, by phone, Skype or email to request indications or an appointment to discuss the current options available for students regarding exemptions, scholarships and financial aid opportunities.
Many partial tuition exemptions are available for students who meet the required criteria. In addition, for further ways to finance higher education, there are numerous scholarships and financial aid opportunities available for eligible students. Students who require additional information or explanations can contact the Programme Office either in person, by phone, Skype or by email.
During their period of study at the University of Rome Tor Vergata, students may need to request additional services. The EEBL Office is available to explain the procedures and provide indications regarding the various services available at the School of Economics and their respective costs.