Reimbursement of tuition and fees

Reimbursable tuition and fees

Students can only request reimbursement of tuition and fees paid relating to the 2020-2021 academic year. Fees and dues relating to previous academic years are not reimbursable.

The only situation where the first instalment may be reimbursed is when a student, despite having re-enrolled for the current academic year, graduates within the third session of the previous academic year. To request reimbursement of the first instalment, the student must apply for reimbursement within 30 days of graduating.

Students in receipt of a DSU study grant in the current academic year are not eligible for reimbursement of the first instalment.

However, students in receipt of a partial regional study grant will only have to pay 50% of the second instalment (all-inclusive fee).

Non-reimbursable tuition and fees

The following tuition and fees cannot be reimbursed:

  • those relating to academic years prior to 2019/2020

  • the fee for admission to bachelor’s degree programmes with limited enrolment or self-evaluation test, master’s degree programmes with open admissions and postgraduate degree programmes

  • the fee for enrolling on single degree courses

  • the transfer fee (for transfers within the University of Milan, to a different University or from other Universities)

  • the fee for enrolling on a second degree programme and for the recognition of qualifications awarded abroad

Method of reimbursement

 To obtain reimbursements, the student, or an authorised person with a signed proxy and a photocopy of the student’s identity document, must hand in a form, available from Student Registry, at the relevant degree programme help desk.

An administration fee of € 10.00 is applicable for all types of reimbursements.