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Tuition fees and exemptions

Fees academic year 2017/2018

1 – SCOPE

The present regulation lays down the procedures for determining the amount of fees and contributions due for academic year 2017-2018 for students enrolled on first cycle, second cycle, single cycle and individual study programmes, together with criteria for possible reductions, and total or partial exemptions.

 

2 – HOW THE FEES AND CONTRIBUTIONS ARE MADE UP

2.0 – Composition of fees and contributions

Student fees and contributions are made up of:

- stamp duty

- the regional fee for the right to university education

- the yearly comprehensive contribution

- fixed contributions and default payments: contributions for services requested by students for individual necessities, acts, procedures, indemnities, or penalties.

 

2.1. Stamp duty

Stamp duty in accordance with Presidential Decree no. 642 of 26 October 1972 on enrolment applications, transfer to another university, attainment of the qualification attainment, and to be put on the official degree certificate, is paid online.

In the remaining cases, where necessary the student must apply a tax stamp.

2.2. – Yearly comprehensive contribution

The yearly comprehensive contribution is calculated according to criteria of equity, graduality, and progressivity, which take into account the student’s academic proficiency and the economic situation of his/her family, in accordance with the indicator of equivalent economic status (ISEE) for the right to university education.

For the year 2017-2018, the top comprehensive yearly contribution is € 1.870,30, subject to the increase defined in art. 4.4 of the present Regulation.

 

2.3 – Regional fee for the right to university study

The amount to be paid for the regional fee depends on the student’s financial status, established according to the criteria of the ISEE:

ISEE value

Regional fee

€ 23,000.00 or less

€ 120.00

Between € 23,000.01 and € 46,000.00

€ 140.00

Over € 46,000.00

€ 160.00

 

Students who do not submit their ISEE are automatically put into the top band for the regional fee.

 

3 – SUBDIVISION OF THE CONTRIBUTION AND METHOD OF PAYMENT

3.0 – Instalments

The payment of fees and the yearly comprehensive contribution is split into 3 instalments.

3.1 – First instalment

The first instalment is paid upon matriculation or enrolment, and is made up of:

a) Stamp duty paid online: € 16

b) Deposit for the regional fee on the right to university education: € 120, except for a  possible balance to be paid with the second instalment on the basis of the ISEE

c) Deposit for the yearly comprehensive contribution: € 200.

The comprehensive contribution paid in is carried as a reduction of the amount due for the second and third instalments, for half the amount for each instalment.

Students who, for the academic year 2017-2018, apply for a scholarship from the Regional Agency for the Right to University Study (ADiSU) must fill in the dedicated section in the matriculation/enrolment form, and as a first instalment are required to pay only the amounts relating to stamp duty and the regional fee.

They must also pay the comprehensive contribution with the second and third instalments, should they not win the ADiSU scholarship.

Matriculation and enrolment to the years after the first is done online. Upon completion, the pre-filled payment slip (known as a MAV) for the payment of the first instalment is generated automatically.

To complete the matriculation process, the student must pay the first instalment by the specified deadline and hand in to the student secretariat the printed online application, and any further documentation required.

To enrol for the following years there is no need for paper copies of the application: payment of the first instalment is used as confirmation of enrolment.

The deadline for enrolment, and for enrolment to the following years, is 15 November 2017.

This is the deadline for the first instalment.

The payment deadlines for matriculation to study programmes where there is a nationally set maximal number are established in the relative call for applications.

After 15 November 2017 it is no longer possible to fill in the online enrolment application, or renew enrolment.

Matriculation/enrolment applications after 15 November 2017, to be filled in using special application forms, must be presented to the student secretariat where the amount for the first instalment was established.

Payment of the first instalment after 15 November 2017 entails further arrears payment as specified in art. 14 of the present Regulation.

Students wishing to graduate in a session of the previous academic year are not required to renew enrolment for the year 2017-2018.

Only students who have handed in their graduation request, the form relating to the thesis and, where applicable, the thesis itself, and will not have completed their qualification by 30 April 2018, may complete their enrolment without penalties by 18 May 2018. To this end they must undersign the Right to University Study (DSU) document for the request for the ISEE by the deadline specified in art. 5 of the present Regulation.

Late matriculation or enrolment renewal for academic year 2017-2018, with the first instalment paid after 18 May 2018, entails payment of an administration fee of € 100, over and above the  arrears payment specified in art. 14 of the present Regulation.

Students who are not up-to-date with university fee payments may not apply to book an examination, transfer to another university or study programme, be admitted to the final degree examination etc.; nor may they receive certificates for academic years where there is a situation of debt.

3.2 – Second instalment

The second instalment must be paid by 30 April 2018, and is made up of:

a) the regional fee for the right to university study (where applicable)

b) 50% of the yearly comprehensive contribution.

The amount to be paid for the regional fee is determined on the basis of the student’s ISEE, in accordance with art. 2.3 of the present Regulation.

3.3 – Third instalment

The third instalment, to be paid by 13 July 2018, is made up of the remaining 50% of the yearly comprehensive contribution.

3.4 – Methods of payment

University fees must be paid by means of the special University of Bari pre-filled payment slips (known as MAV), except for cases of different methods of payment of which the University will provide notification if applicable.

Students may download the payment slips on the personal page of the online secretariat services – payment section.

Receipt of payment must not be handed in to the student secretariat: the student must keep it until he/she attains his/her qualification. It constitutes proof of payment in case of contestations.

3.5 – Minimum amounts

No payments may be made under € 5.00. Credits under € 5.00 are not refunded.

 

4 – CALCULATING CONTRIBUTIONS DUE

4.0 – Yearly comprehensive contribution

The yearly comprehensive contribution is calculated on the basis of the student’s academic proficiency and financial situation, evaluated on the basis of the ISEE taking into account the limitations and exemptions laid down in law 232/2016.

Students are entitled to present the ISEE, with the aim of obtaining a reduction in contributions.

If a student does not wish to declare his/her ISEE, he/she is automatically put into the top contribution band and regional fee.

The yearly comprehensive contribution amounts to:

€ 1870.30 for students enrolled at the University for the normal duration of the study programmes or less, plus one year;

€ 1920.30 for students enrolled at the University beyond the normal duration of the course plus one year.

4.1. Calculations on the basis of the ISEE

The quantification of the comprehensive yearly contribution on the basis of the ISEE is calculated according to the criteria in the table below:

 

ISEE value

Comprehensive yearly contribution

≤ € 12,500.00

€ 556

 

between € 12,500.01 and € 25,000.00

 

   𝐼𝑆𝐸𝐸 + 4804.59

   _______________         * 405.42

         12,500

 

 

between € 25,000.01 and € 50,000.00

 

  𝐼𝑆𝐸𝐸 + 38,941.82

   _______________         * 413.54

         25,000

 

 

between € 50,000,01 and € 100,000.00

 

  𝐼𝑆𝐸𝐸 + 903,311.66

   _______________            * 83.04

         50,000

 

> € 100,000.00

 

€ 1870.30

 

4.2 – Reductions on the basis of merit

Those who may benefit from reductions on the basis of merit are:

- matriculated students

- students enrolled who are up-to-date with their studies and payments

- students enrolled in the first year beyond the normal duration of the study programme

Those who may not benefit from a reduction on the basis of merit are:

- students matriculated in first cycle, second cycle or single cycle study programmes with a high-school diploma mark of less than 70/100 or 42/60

- students matriculated in the final two years of a second cycle study programme with a first cycle degree mark of less than 88/110

- students who have already withdrawn during the year of matriculation renewal

- students who have enrolled in order to repeat the year

- students with previous enrolments in years beyond the normal duration of the study programme or students who had previously interrupted their studies

- students who, after changing study programme, have been admitted to the first year of the new study programme (a condition limited to the year the transfer was made)

- students transferring from other universities (a condition limited to the year the transfer was made)

4.2.1 – Calculation methods for matriculated students

The yearly comprehensive contribution is reduced under the following circumstances:

a) students matriculated in a first cycle study programme or a single cycle study programme with a high school diploma mark of at least 70/100 or 42/60.

The reduction is calculated according to the following formulae:

High school mark out of /100

High school mark out of /60

    Mark – 69

 -----------------      *351.43

           31

 Mark – 41

----------------      *351.43

       19

b) students matriculated in the last two years of a second cycle study programme in possession of a first cycle degree with a mark of at least 88/110.

The reduction is calculated according to the following formula:

degree mark – 87

                        --------------------------          *351.43

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For high school diploma marks of less than 70/100, or less than 42/60, or a first cycle degree mark of less than 88/110, there is no reduction on the basis of merit.

4.2.2. Calculation methods for students enrolled in years other than the first

The yearly comprehensive contribution is reduced under the following conditions:

a) students properly  enrolled from the second year, or enrolled in the first year beyond the normal duration of the study programme who have acquired at least 50% of the credits, and have an average mark of at least 24/30.

The reduction is calculated according to the following formula:

 

where:

c.f.a. = the total number of university credits related to the learning activities specified in art. 10, para. 1, of Ministerial Decree no. 503 of 3-11-1999, acquired by 31 October of the solar year of enrolment.

c.f.p. = the total number of university credits related to the learning activities specified in art. 10, para. 1 of Ministerial Decree no. 503 of 3-11-1999 as required by the previous study programme, for the course years of the previous enrolment.

m = average of the marks of the examinations passed by 31 October of the solar year of enrolment.

Should the c.f.a. be higher than the c.f.p., the formula is calculated by establishing c.f.a.=c.f.p.

b) students enrolled on a course who have never exceeded the normal duration of the study programme, or repeated years or interrupted their studies, who by 31 October of the solar year of enrolment have passed all the c.f.p. with an average mark of less than 24/30.

A reduction of a fixed quota of € 175.71 is awarded.

4.3 – Reduction for partial exemption

The amount of the yearly comprehensive contribution calculated on the basis of the ISEE and merit is further reduced when a student has the requisites of one of the partial exemptions specified in art. 6.2.

4.4 – Further contribution

The amount of the yearly comprehensive contribution calculated on the basis of the ISEE, merit, and partial exemptions is increased by € 50.00 for students enrolled at the University from the second year beyond the normal duration of the course, and subsequent years.

4.5 – Reduction by law (law 232/2016)

The amount of the yearly comprehensive contribution calculated on the basis of the ISEE, merit, and partial exemptions is further reduced in accordance with law 232/2016 in the following cases:

1) students who meet conjointly the following requisites:

a) they belong to a family whose ISEE is between €13,000.01 and € 30,000.00

b) they have been enrolled at the University for the normal duration of the course or less, plus one year;

c) they are enrolled in the second academic year and have acquired at least 10 credits during the 12 months prior to 10 August before enrolment;

d) they are enrolled in any year after the second and have acquired at least 25 credits during the 12 months prior to 10 August before enrolment;

In the case of first-year matriculation, the only requirement to be met is letter a).

The amount of the yearly comprehensive contribution calculated on the basis of the ISEE, merit, and partial exemptions is 7% of the ISEE quota for students exceeding € 13,000.

2) students who meet conjointly the following requisites:

a) they belong to a family whose ISEE is less than €30,000;

b) they have been enrolled at the University for the normal duration of the course or less, plus one year;

c) theyhave acquired at least 25 credits during the 12 months prior to 10 August before enrolment.

The amount of the yearly comprehensive contribution calculated on the basis of the ISEE, merit, partial exemptions, and increased by the amount specified in art. 4.4., is 10% of the ISEE quota for students exceeding € 13.000.

In any case, the overall amount of the comprehensive yearly contribution is not less than € 200.00.

 

5 – PRESENTATION OF THE ISEE FOR THE RIGHT TO UNIVERSITY STUDY

Students intending to claim for a reduction of the comprehensive yearly contribution must present the ISEE for the right to university study.

Application for the ISEE may be made at any Tax Assistance Centre (known as CAF/CAAF) or other authorised body by means of a Replacement Declaration (hereafter known as DSU).

The calculation of the ISEE is not immediate: it is necessary to wait for the social security and pension service (INPS) to acquire the data not contained in the DSU.

The ISEE certification is normally issued 15 working days after the DSU has been presented.

Students are therefore required to apply for the ISEE well in advance,

in order to keep to the deadlines.

Furthermore, the student must keep the receipt from the Tax Assistance Centre or other authorised body displaying the date and protocol of the DSU.

In order to be eligible for the reductions in the yearly comprehensive contribution the ISEE must be calculated specifically for the services regarding the right to university study, and must contain information relating to the student’s family.

The University receives the ISEE directly from the social security and pension service database.

Students must authorise the University to acquire their own ISEE online through the procedure available at the online secretariat services.

Students must complete the DSU to request the ISEE by 30 November 2017.

Students who complete the DSU after 30 November 2017, or who authorise the University to acquire the ISEE after 30 November 2017 are required to pay a € 50.00 penalty.

The final deadline for completing the DSU is 31 March 2018.

Students who do not complete the DSU by 31 March 2018 must pay the top fee for the yearly comprehensive contribution.

5.1. – Equivalent ISEE declaration

Foreign students with whole or part of the family resident in the original home country with income and assets produced exclusively abroad, and foreign students resident in Italy with an income lower than € 6500 with the family resident abroad, must present an equivalent ISEE declaration. The procedure is indicated in the ISEE section of the UNIBA website.

 

6 – TOTAL OR PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS

6.0 – Partial/total exemptions

The total or partial exemptions outlined in the present article may not be combined.

Should the student possess the requirements for obtaining more than one type of financial relief, he/she will be granted the most favourable exemption.

6.1 – Total exemptions

Total exemptions from the yearly comprehensive contribution are granted to:

A) students with disabilities, with a certified handicap in accordance with article 3, para. 1, of law no. 104 of 5 February 1992, or with a disability of 66% or more.

The exemption also includes the regional fee for the right to university study.

The application for exemption must be handed in by the matriculation/enrolment deadline, attaching the certification issued by the relevant Local Healthcare Unit (ASL) which attests to the condition of handicap and/or percentage of disability. The exemption is automatically applied the following years. The student must communicate any variation in the percentage of invalidity.

B) scholarship awardees in the ADiSU (Agency for the Right to University Study) rankings.

Upon matriculation/enrolment the students must declare they have presented an application for the ADiSU scholarship, following the procedure laid down in art. 3.1.

The exemption is granted on the basis of the information given to the University by ADiSU. Refunding of the regional fee for the right to university study is carried out directly by ADiSU.

C) students who possess all of the following requisites:

a) they belong to a family whose ISEE is € 13,000 or less;

b) they have been enrolled at the University for the normal duration of the course or less, plus one year;

c) they are enrolled in the second academic year, have acquired at least 10 credits during the 12 months prior to 10 August before enrolment;

d) they are enrolled in any year after the second, have acquired at least 25 credits during the 12 months prior to 10 August before enrolment;

In the case of first-year matriculation, the only requirement to be met is letter a). Therefore, all matriculated students possessing an ISEE of € 13,000 or less are entitled to the total exemption of the yearly comprehensive contribution.

D) foreign students who are beneficiaries of a yearly scholarship from the Italian Government in the area of programmes on cooperation towards development and inter-governmental cultural and scientific agreements, and relative practical programmes. In the years after the first, exemption is granted only if the scholarship is renewed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

E) students who are children of disability pension holders with an ISEE no higher than € 4000.

F) students who are beneficiaries of law no. 302 of 20 October 1990  and subsequent modifications (provisions in favour of the victims of terrorism and organised crime).

G) female students on maternity leave with children born between 1st November 2017 and 31 October 2018, after presenting due certification. They may also request the interruption of university studies for one academic year. During the interruption they may not sit exams or perform any other degree-related activity. For the year of the interruption no ‘recognition for returning to studies after an interruption’ fee is required.

6.2 – Partial exemptions (partial reduction of the yearly comprehensive contribution)

A) Students with a certified disability between 45 and 65% may receive a 50% reduction of the yearly comprehensive contribution.

The application for exemption must be handed in by the matriculation/enrolment deadline, attaching the certification issued by the relevant Local Healthcare Unit (ASL) which attests to the condition of handicap and/or percentage of disability. The exemption is automatically applied the following years. The student must communicate any variation in the percentage of invalidity.

B) Students who are matriculated or enrolled within the legal duration of one of the study programmes enjoying an incentive in accordance with Ministerial Decree 270/04, i.e. in Statistical Science, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Science of Materials, and Geology, are entitled to the following forms of partial exemption:

- reduction of the first instalment of the yearly comprehensive contribution from € 200 to € 130 for all matriculated students;

- reduction of the yearly comprehensive contribution by € 7000 for students enrolled in the second year who have acquired at least 15 credits by 31 October 2017, in possession of an ISEE of no more than € 75,000.00

- reduction of the yearly comprehensive contribution by € 70.00 for students enrolled in the third year who have acquired at least 30 credits by 31October 2017, in possession of an ISEE of no more than € 75,000.00;

Students enrolled in the second and third years must pay the whole of the first instalment, except in cases where the difference to be paid is determined for the second instalment, where due, or subsequent refund.

C) A reduction of 15% in the yearly comprehensive contribution is granted to students with one or more siblings enrolled in academic year 2017/2018 on a study programme at the University of Bari. The benefit is granted to those who are enrolled in a year within the normal duration of the study programme plus one year, and on condition that the sibling(s) is/are included as members of the family and share the same residency.

D) Students employed during the year of enrolment who have open-ended contracts of employment or fixed-term jobs of at least 18 hours a week, or 700 hours a year, with an ISEE lower than €25,000.00 receive a 10% reduction on the yearly comprehensive contribution. To this end, students must present their employment contract and Income Tax Statement (known as CU, formerly as CUD) relative to the year before matriculation or enrolment. This document must be handed in to the relevant Student Administration Office by the matriculation/enrolment deadline.

E) University of Bari staff who do not possess an academic qualification are entitled to a 30% reduction in the yearly comprehensive contribution.

F) Personnel working in the following institutions are entitled to a 30% reduction in the yearly comprehensive contribution:

                - Navy

                - Army

                - Air Force

                - Police Force

                - Italian Red Cross

                - Italian finance police

                - Fire Brigade

                - State Police

                - Penitentiary Police

G) Students holding the status of asylum seeker, refugee, or international, subsidiary, or humanitarian protection seeker are entitled to a 30% reduction in the yearly comprehensive contribution.

6.3 – Athlete students

The Board of Directors, following the proposal of the University Sports Committee and within the limits of funding available, evaluates yearly the possibility of allocating awards for athlete students with high sports merits on a national and international level, also in the form of partial exemption from fee and contribution payment.

 

7 – BONUS FOR PURCHASING BOOKS

Students who by 30 November of the solar year of enrolment have passed all the examinations of the statutory study programme indicated by the Department for the years preceding the year of enrolment without enrolling for extra years over and above the normal duration of the study programme, or without repeating an academic year or recognition for returning to study after an interruption, and who have an average mark of at least 29/30, may apply for a € 260.00 bonus to be spent on books; this may be done by presenting an application to the University’s General Protocol Office by 31December.

Only one book bonus may be requested in one academic year.

 

8 – GRANTS FOR POSTGRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMMES

Students who have attained a second cycle or single cycle degree qualification at the University of Bari within the normal duration of the courses are entitled to a grant (a reduction in fees and contributions) to enrol on a postgraduate study programme at the University of Bari, including specialisations schools in the field of Medicine and Surgery.

Students who have attained a first cycle degree qualification at the University of Bari within the normal duration of the course are entitled to a grant (a reduction in fees and contributions) to enrol on a second cycle or postgraduate study programme at the University of Bari.

The grant is worth 80% of the overall total of the fees and contributions paid for the last year (within the normal duration) of the first cycle, second cycle or single cycle study programme.

The benefit may be granted only once, on condition that enrolment in the second cycle or postgraduate study programme takes place within the academic year immediately after attaining the first cycle or second cycle degree.

The grant may be used only for the whole duration of the course and may not be applied to attend individual modules.

 

9 – PART-TIME STUDENTS

The status of part-time student may be requested upon matriculation. It is possible to change from part-time to full-time student status after two years of part-time status.

Part-time students are entitled to the following reductions in the yearly comprehensive contribution:

1) 50% of the amount on the basis of the ISEE;

2) a reduction of € 175.71 to be applied to the amount specified in point 1).

 

10 – TRANSFERS

10.0 – Transferring from another university

Students from other Universities must pay the fees and yearly comprehensive contributions of the University of Bari.

During the year of the transfer they are not entitled to benefits based on merit.

10.1 Transferring to another university

Students who apply to transfer to another university by 30 November must only pay the transfer fee of € 67.60 and stamp duty; after that date students are also obliged to pay the first enrolment instalment, but not the regional fee.

 

11 – FOREIGN STUDENTS

11.0 – EU students         

Students who are EU citizens are equated to Italian citizens in accordance with the Decree of the President of the Council of Ministers of 30.4.1997 and subsequent modifications.

11.1 – Non-EU students

Students who are not EU citizens who have lived in Italy for at least one year are equated to Italian citizens in accordance with the Decree of the President of the Council of Ministers of 30.4.1997 and subsequent modifications.

Students who are citizens of developing countries who are in situations of economic disadvantage certified by documentation issued by the Italian diplomatic authorities must pay a comprehensive contribution of € 200.00, as well as stamp duty and the regional fee on the right to university study, to be paid in one sole instalment when the first instalment is due.

 

12 – INDIVIDUAL COURSES

Enrolment on individual courses entails payment of a fixed fee of € 210.00.

Enrolment is limited for each academic year to subjects which allow the attendee to acquire an overall  total of 30 credits. The examinations must be taken by the extraordinary session of the year of enrolment.

Those who do not take any examinations by that deadline must re-enrol, after paying the relative contribution.

The status of Visiting Student is equated to the status of student on individual courses.

 

13 – FEE FOR EQUIVALENCE OF INTERNATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

The request for recognition of the equivalence of a foreign qualification entails enrolment on the relative course, in accordance with the provisions laid down in the present regulation.

If recognition is total, so that only discussion of the thesis is required, the overall sum of € 120.00 is to be paid, including virtual stamp duty.

 

14 – PENALTIES FOR LATE PAYMENTS

In the case of late payments there is a penalty of:

                - € 20.00 for payments within 30 days after the deadline

                - € 40.00 for payments within 60 days after the deadline

                - € 80.00 for payments over 60 days after the deadline.

The penalty applies to each individual instalment.

A penalty of € 20 is applied in the case of delays in payment of instalments of a value between € 20 and € 80; the penalty is waived if the late payment is for instalments of under € 20.

 

15 – FEE FOR RECOGNITION FOR RETURNING TO STUDY AFTER AN INTERRUPTION

A fixed sum of € 65.00 is to be paid as ‘recognition’ (‘ricognizione’) for each year the student has failed to enrol.

An exemption is granted to students with a certified handicap in accordance with art. 3, para. 1, of law no. 104 of 5 February 1992,  or to students with a disability of 66% or more.

 

16 – DIPLOMA COSTS

To be admitted to the final examination, the student must pay the following:

                a) Virtual stamp duty for the request to attain the qualification: € 16

                b) Virtual stamp duty for the certificate itself: € 16

                c) Cost of the diploma: € 67,60

These payments are due by the deadline for presenting the application for admission.

Should the student withdraw from the final degree examination in the requested session, in order to be admitted to a different session he/she must submit a new request, without paying another diploma cost or virtual stamp duty for the certificate.

A duplicate of the original certificate costs € 67.60.

The cost of the diploma must be paid also by students who are entitled to exemptions as specified in art. 6.

 

17 – WITHDRAWAL

Students who withdraw from the studies are not refunded for the sums paid, except for the cases specified in art. 18.

If the request to withdraw is submitted after 30 April 2018, the student must pay the enrolment instalments for the academic year 2017/2018.

 

18 – REFUNDS

The yearly comprehensive contribution paid with the first instalment may be refunded only in the following cases:

a) students who have paid in full  the first instalment and who have subsequently been granted the right to total or partial exemption;

b) students pre-matriculated for the academic year 2017-2018 who do not complete enrolment by the matriculation deadline. Their request for a refund must be presented within 30 days after the matriculation deadline;

c) students matriculated/enrolled for the academic year 2017/2018 who withdraw from studies by the deadline for enrolment. These students are entitled to the reimbursement of the first instalment, minus a € 100 administrative fee, as long as they have not engaged in degree-related activities during the academic year 2017/2018, or benefited from enrolment grants or reductions. The request for reimbursement must be presented no later than 60 days after the request to withdraw from the study programme;

d) students close to graduation who enrol for the academic year 2017/2018, and who attain their qualification within the extraordinary session of the previous academic year. The request for reimbursement must be presented no later than 60 days after attaining the qualification.

Any requests for reimbursement presented after the above deadlines may be accepted if they are adequately motivated. In case of acceptance, the University withholds a € 50.00 administration fee for the overdue submission of the request.

It is not possible to refund:

- stamp duty

- fees for admission to selection for study programmes where there is a nationally set maximal number.

The reimbursements of the regional fee for the right to study are paid out directly by the Agency for the Right to University Study (ADiSU).

 

19 – VERIFICATION

Student declarations aimed at receiving exemptions/reductions, and data concerning ISEE, may be subject to verification.

To this end the University of Bari may collaborate and exchange information with ADiSU, with Financial Administration Offices, with the Social Security and Pension Service, and with other bodies which may be in possession of relevant information.

In cases of discrepancy between the declared ISEE and the verified amount, taking into account the criminal and administrative penalties established by law, the student must pay the difference, as well as an extra penalty equal to the contribution itself .

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Pubblicato il: 25/03/2013  Ultima modifica: 06/12/2017