Submission of the application: from August 1st 2019 to September 23rd 2019
How: Submit the form to the Student Secretariat of your course of study
Interruption for the academic year 2018/2019 (late enrolment)
- Fees of the academic year 2018/19 by a unique default indemnity
- If you do not graduate within March 2020 you must pay also fees for the academic year 2019/20
Interruption for more than one year
- Possible pending Fees (e.g.: second instalment)
- Fee for verification of each academic year of interruption
- Fees for the academic year 2019/20, if you do not intend to take examinations and/or graduate in the academic year 2018/19
If you intend to graduate within March/April 2020, you must pay:
- Enrolment fees for the academic year 2018/19 by a unique default indemnity, instead of the verification fees
- Fees also for the academic year 2017/18 with a unique default indemnity, in case you have interrupted studies for more than two years
Interruption due to grave and prolonged infirmity
- Full exemption for the entire period if you submit a medical certificate for the period of infirmity (start and end date), specifying that you will unable to carry out your studies.
- Fees for the academic year 2019/20
Fees due will be charged and put in the Online Services after your submission of the form.
For the academic years of full payment, the University will consider the “university” ISEE, if regularly surrendered.
Visit the web pages dedicated to Fees and Concessions (amount, how to pay and so on)
When you return to your studies, your previous academic record may have to be reassessed: assessment entails an upgrade of the study plan to the regulations in force, a change of your course of study or the verification of the non- obsolescence of your previous studies.
Check that the information in the ‘Personal Details’ section of the Online Services are up to date.
Follow the online safety training course, if you have not done before.