There are two different types of contribution:
– IPH fee: € 3,000 (€ 2,000 for students from the Foundation Course of the University of Pisa).
– University taxes.
The IPH fee is due only for the first year.
Therefore, in the first year students pay both IPH fee and the University taxes.
At the conclusion of the IPH, during the second and third year of their Bachelor’s degree programmes, students will pay the University taxes only.
The IPH fee covers the following expenses (not included in the University taxes):
– Courses taught in English and their didactic materials
– Italian language courses at the CLI (Linguistic Centre)
– Educational trips
– Tutorship in Italian language, in tandem with an Italian native speaker.
– Assistance from the Academic tutor and the Logistics coordinator
The first instalment of the IPH fee (€ 1,500) is due by August 7th 2021.
The second instalment (€ 1,500) is due before the lessons start on September 3rd, 2021.
(However, you are more than welcome to pay the whole amount by August 7th, if you prefer so). Payment of the IPH fee must be made via bank transfer to the following coordinates:
BANK name: Banca di Pisa e Fornacette – Credito cooperativo
IBAN number: IT22Y0856270910000011156494
BIC or SWIFT code: BCCFIT33
Reason for payment: Quota IPH: NAME OF STUDENT
Make sure you ask for a receipt. Bear in mind that the money transfer costs must be paid by the student.
The University taxes vary between € 356 (for family yearly incomes below € 23,500*) and up to € 2,452. The amount will be determined on the basis of your country of origin.
The University taxes will be paid in 4 instalments: the first one in September 2021, the second one in March 2022, the third one in April 2022 and the fourth one in May 2022. Details will be provided once students are enrolled.
Scholarships provided by the DSU (Regional Agency for the Right to Study) may be available. If you qualify for those scholarships, you could be exempted from the University taxes.
Here you can find all the information for applying for the scholarship.
* Family income and properties must be proven by official records validated with apostille or by the Italian diplomatic posts.