Tuition Fees and Scolarships
Each year University Parthenope sets the amounts of tuition fees to sustain a part of the cost of services (classes, laboratories, general services) dedicates to the students.The amount of tuition fees is not constant and invariant as it depends upon several factors. Tuition fees for EU and non-EU students are graduated according to the principles of fairness, solidarity, and progressivity. They depend on the students' family income in order to guarantee the right to education and to the highest levels of study and to reduce the university drop-out rate. Please note that tuition fees do not include accommodation and books.The tuition fee system of Parthenope University calculates the fees according to:·
- Economic Situation: determined exclusively by the ISEE amount (view more details on ISEE here)
- Academic merit: based on all CFU credits obtained according to the Law 232/2016.
- Seniority: based on all the years of enrolment at the Parthenope University
How much to pay
You can refer the tuition fee simulator to calculate the regular fee according your economic conditions. By entering your ISEE value and the Degree Programme in which you wish to enrol, you will receive the amount of your tuition fees for the entire academic year, with the indications of the instalment dates.
Academic Year 2019/20
Tuition Fees and term dates for Bachelor Degree or “laurea magistrale a ciclo unico in Giurisprudenza” (5-year single-cycle course in Law) (3-year Course) are reported here.
Tuition Fees and term dates for Master Degree (2-year Course) are reported here.
Non-EU students, not residing in Italy and for which the ISEE calculation is inapplicable, in accordance with the provisions in c. 261 of art. 1 of the law 11 November 2016 n. 232, pay an annual all-inclusive tuition fee of € 1,000.00, plus the virtual stamp duty (€ 16) and the regional tax for the right to study. Payment takes place according to the deadlines and the number of installments indicated above (see the tables).
Internationl students belonging to a Least Developed Country (LDC, see click here to download the LDC list) as resulting in the Ministerial Decree issued annually by MIUR, are exempt from paying the all-inclusive tuition fee except for stamp duty and regional tax.
For international students recognized as refugee (Law 15 October 1991 n. 344) and / or asylum seeker (Legislative Decree 28/1/2008 n. 25), the University can establish total exemption from the contribution based on the assessment given by a commission appointed by the Rector. This commission assesses the economic condition and suitability to benefit from the University's didactic offer. For foreign students residing in Italy, the contribution is calculated based on the ISEE "University" presented. International students recognized as refugee/asylum seeker must to follow the same procedures suggested for European Economic Area students.