Osservatorio Regionale per l'Università e per il Diritto allo studio universitario

Osservatorio Regionale per l'Università e per il Diritto allo studio universitario
Monday, November 18th, 2019

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02. STUDENT SUPPORT

02. STUDENT SUPPORT
Università degli Studi del Piemonte Orientale
Exemption from university fees

The Università degli Studi del Piemonte Orientale grants total exemption from university fees to:

  • students who receive or are eligible for an EDISU grant;
  • handicapped students, with a disability of 66% or over;
  • students who receive a grant from the university.

Students entitled to partial exemption from fees, namely not liable to pay the second instalment include:

  • students with a recognised disability of between 50% and 65%;
  • students who are in their final year at the moment of enrolment, who only have to pass the degree examination and who intend to graduate in the new academic year within the period of the extra graduation session in April;
  • students who are in prison.

For more information thereof, please consult the Fees and contributions page.

Support with tuition fees

Full-time students, graduating with a mark of at least 110/110 and who have completed their degree within the allotted time, are refunded the fees paid for their last year at University.
Moreover, the University offers total exemption from fees and taxes to students who graduated with 110/110, who are enrolled in the first year of a Master Degree.

Taking a break from your academic career

Students under old and new regulations who enrol to a new university course after a discontinuance of at least two years are required to pay a fee of 150 € for each missed academic year. Students who interrupt their studies due to a prolonged illness or for the first year after the birth of each child (female students only), have to pay a fee of 150 € for each missed academic year, when they resume their studies.

Students who have taken a break from their studies cannot advance academically during this period.

Part-time work in the university

Enrolled students can apply for paid part-time work (for a maximum of 150 hours annually) within the faculties and the central Administration office.

Grants for international exchange programmes

Students who participate in a mobility program find all the information in the section Study abroad. Students on Erasmus+ mobility for study in European countries receive:

  • a monthly grant from the European Union; the amount of this grant varies from 230€ to 280€, depending on the country they go to;
  • a university grant of 300€ per month for all students;
  • an additional grant of 100€ per month for students with ISEE (Equivalent Financial Situation Indicator) <18,000€;
  • a one-time grant of 500€ paid from University, as a travel contribution.
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