The Board of Directors of the University adopted new provisions to implement ministerial guidelines. To qualify for exemption from tuition fees, the students' family income must be under 23,000 euro (ISEE 2021 certificate) and students must earn a given number of credits (CFU) every year. Eligible students do not have to apply for a refund. The exemption will be granted automatically.
The University of Trento has updated the student contribution system to adapt it to new ministerial provisions. The decision, adopted by the Board of Directors of the University, increased the threshold for the exemption from the payment of tuition fees to 23,000 euro (from the previous threshold set at 20,000 euro).
In addition to this, the University has also reviewed the amounts of the partial exemption from tuition fees starting from the academic year 2021-22 for students with a family income under 26,000 euro (based on ISEE certificate).
The students who meet both the income and merit requirements provided for by national legislation (on the number of credits to be earned by 10 August of each year for returning students) will be automatically refunded the exceeding amount. The students entitled to a refund will receive instructions on how to receive it from university offices, once the merit checks have been carried out. To be eligible for tax exemption, the students' family income must not exceed 26,000 euro (ISEE certificate). You still have a few weeks to make an appointment at any tax service (CAF) office to have your ISEE 2021 filed.
Information on how university fees are calculated can be found on Infostudenti in the 2021-2022 Tuition fees and Exemptions section.