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Tuition fees

In order to make the same opportunities to a higher education available regardless of students' economic conditions, the Italian Constitution guarantees the right to study through generally controlled tuition fees and the funding of a number of scholarships so to enable even students from more disadvantaged families to access at universities. This is the reason why tuition fees in Italian universities may appear lower than in other analogous institutions abroad.

The maximum amount of fees for a full-time enrollment at the GPR Master's degree is of € 1.563,00 which includes € 140.00 for the regional tax for the right to study and the € 16.00 for the tax stamp.

To know more, please consult carefully the the official website.

WHEN TO PAY

You may pay tuition fees in four installments:

  • 1 st installment by 31st October
  • 2 ndinstallment by 31st January
  • 3 rd installment by 31st March
  • 4 th installment by 31st May


If you pay after the specified deadlines, the supplementary fees below apply:

Within a month after deadline → € 15 
Within two months after deadline → € 30
Starting from third month after deadline → € 50
(The deadlines refer to date of payment.) 

If you prefer electronic payment, such as home banking, check your bank's value date to avoid paying a supplementary fee for delayed payment: date of bank payment order is not proof of payment.

HOW TO PAY

Payment of fees and additional fees must be made solely by means of debit slip by notice and may be made either via internet banking or at any bank branch.
Keep your receipts of payment throughout your student career for tax purposes and for any inspection.
To check your payments status:

  • Visit the website studenti.unimc.it
  • With username and password log in theLog-in Area [‘Area Riservata’]
  • Click on Payment [‘Pagamenti’]
  • If your debit slips by notice for payment are not available in the Log-in Area[‘Area Riservata’]contact the Student Administration Office of the Department.

 

If you do not pay first installment of fees you cannot take examinations, engage in educational activities nor make changes to your student career.
If you do not pay second, third and fourth installment of fees, including any additional fee, you may take exams, but results are not ratified and you cannot take final exam or re-enroll until you do not settle payment.

FINANCIAL SUPPORT

The University of Macerata offers financial support in the form of:
1. Fees reduction
2. Total exemptions
3. Partial exemptions

Failure to comply with procedure and deadlines, entails payment of maximum amount of due fees.
To know more, please consult carefully the official webpage.