Fees and funding
University fees for students enrolled on Bachelor’s, Master’s and Single Cycle Master’s degree programmes are divided into two instalments of different amounts and with different payment deadlines:
- the first, corresponding to the minimum amount, is the same for all students
- the second - technically referred to as an ‘all-inclusive fee’- that is variable.
In order to facilitate international student enrolment to the Master’s Degrees entirely taught in English, for all students with first non-Italian citizenship and with a qualification obtained abroad, the University of Milano – Bicocca has provided for:
- a single contribution for enrolment in the first year of 0 €;
- a single contribution of 600€ for enrolment in any academic year following the first for Marine Sciences, Materials Science, School of Medicine and Surgery, and € 500 for International Economics and Applied Experimental Psychological Sciences.
The University makes every effort to provide a fees, funding and scholarship search facility that is helpful and reliable for prospective and current students.
The ISEE (Indicator of Economic Situation) certificate is a tool used to evaluate a family’s economic situation for the purpose of applying for social benefits, calculated on the basis of the family’s Dichiarazione Sostitutiva Unica – DSU (self-declaration form containing information about the family unit and any income and assets).
University students need the University ISEE (issued by INPS and containing the wording "This document is applicable for the purpose of university student benefits”) to calculate the second instalment (and not pay the maximum amount), and to apply for the benefits envisaged under the Education Incentive Programme, for example, study grants, refectory meals, accommodation and on-campus student work.