Reductions, reimbursements, financial support

If you fall into one of the following categories, you may be eligible for discounted fees - in this case, please contact your Student Services Office.

Reductions for ‘pure’ freshers

You will be entitled to a reduction of €100 on your university taxes if you are a ‘pure’ fresher (i.e. if this is your first university experience) and you enrol on a 3-year undergraduate course or single cycle (5-year) Master’s programme with a high school leaving certificate mark of 90/100 or more.

Reductions for collected credits

You will be entitled to a reduction of €150 on the second instalment of your fees if, by 31 December 2020, you have collected all the expected credits for your course in the academic year 2019/2020. Applications for this benefit must be made by 5 February 2021. If you have benefited from dispensations or transferred/recognised credits, you are not eligibile for this reduction (except in the case of credits recognised for IT skills, linguistic certification or as part of international mobility agreements).

Reimbursement for withdrawal from studies

If you have withdrawn from your studies, you may be entitled to reimbursement of undue payments, exclusively for the academic year in question (for a definition of ‘withdrawal from studies’, please refer to the Student Handbook, Fees section).

Financial support for students on scientific degree programmes

We use some of our funds to support students enrolled on scientific degree programmes, offering partial exemption from enrolment/registration fees, based on parameters of merit and income.

Further financial support, in addition to that described, may be awarded to high-performing students with financial constraints due to external factors of particular severity (also via partial exemptions). In this case, specific calls will be published, which you may apply for only if you have requested the necessary ISEE/DSU certification within the established time frame.