In order to enroll for an academic year, you must pay the following contributions:
- stamp duty (16.00€), in accordance with the law
- regional tax for diritto allo studio (140.00€)
- the insurance coverage against accidents (3.94€) and thefts (5.65€)
- the so-called "all-inclusive contribution" to cover educational, scientific and administrative services
The total amount (given by the sum of all contributions to be paid) must be paid in 2 instalments only (it is not possible to split the amount in further instalments): 1st instalment of 888.59€ (except in cases where the student can request a reduction, pursuant to the Budget Law 2017 as subsequently amended and supplemented - see below); 2nd variable instalment by which the student pays the remaining amount.
The annual all-inclusive contribution is equal to 3,726.00€. This amount, however, must be fully paid only by a limited number of students; in most cases, there is the possibility of financial aid that allows to reduce the contribution of a significant amount, as explained below.
- information about taxes for single courses are available on Poliorientami website
- for the students registered for Online Laurea (equivalent to Bachelor of Science) (IOL): registration for the OnLine Laurea (equivalent to Bachelor of Science) in computer science envisages, besides payment of the ordinary fee (varying depending on one’s income and on the number of annual credits contemplated by the study plan), an additional fixed fee of € 1500 per year to access the online services. It follows that the first instalment for the students registering for the IOL laurea (equivalent to Bachelor of Science) programme will be EUR 1,888.59. Check out the website http://www.laureaonline.polimi.it/tempi-e-costi/
The all-inclusive contribution must be paid for the 100% of the amount only in case of Study Plans with a number of University Educational Credits (ECTS) between 46 and 74. For part-time students (ECTS less than 46) reductions are available; for students with a number of ECTS more than 74, an additional payment is provided.
The budget law 2017 (law 232/2016), as subsequently amended and supplemented, provides the possibility to require the total or partial exemption of payment, only for the all-inclusive contribution (the other contributions - stamp duty, regional tax, insurances - must be paid in any case). For 1st year students, the exemption depends exclusively on the ISEE value. For students of subsequent years to the first one, it depends on the ISEE value and other factors (such as the credits obtained and the number of years of enrollment).
Non-EU students of the Laurea Magistrale (equivalent to Master of Science) Programmes with first-level qualification obtained abroad, admitted without any economic benefit, must pay the full all-inclusive contribution.
If you are not included in any of the exemption cases mentioned in point 2, you can make request for payment by instalments of the all-inclusive contribution, based on your ISEE value. As to say, the amount is calculated in relation to your income bracket. To obtain the payment by instalments, you must provide the ISEE declaration on your personal page, according to the procedures and deadlines provided, otherwise you must fully pay the all-inclusive amount.
On the all-inclusive contribution (but calculated on the basis of the financial aid mentioned above), other exemption solutions can be provided which further reduce the final amount.
There are also exemptions for:
- disabled students with a certified impairment rate of at least 66% or students living with handicaps (*): contact the Multichance Service - Equal Opportunities Service firstname.lastname@example.org
- foreign students on annual scholarships awarded by the Italian government: contact email@example.com
(*) under Article 3, paragraphs 1 and 3, of Law no. 104 of 5 February 1992
There is also financial aid for students next to conclusion of their studies and for students of Study Programmes with a language certification that allows to continue their studies to the Laurea Magistrale Study Programme.
ATTENTION: the English translation of the “Contribution Regulation” is only an information aid addressed to international students. From a normative point of view, the Italian version is the one to be considered.