Rules for paying university fees
First Degree Courses
The cost of the university fees for 2022/2023 Acad. Year is € 2.000,00.
The students who enrol at UNINETTUNO for the current academic year, can pay the fees:
In two instalments: the first one of € 1.000,00 upon enrolment for the academic year, the second instalment of € 1.000,00 within the following six months since enrolment;
by a single payment upon enrolment for the academic year. In this case we shall apply a discount of € 70,00 and Therefore the enrolment fee to be paid will be of € 1.930,00 instead of € 2.000,00.
A stamp duty of €16.00 is also due for the enrolment application.
The students, who by the 12th month since the matriculation date (or enrolment to the years following the first one), will have to pay the fees for the new academic year according to the above-mentioned rules.
(For example, if the matriculation is made on the 01/09/2015, the fees for the following academic year has to be paid no later then the 01/09/2016).
Second-Cycle Degree Courses
The amount of the university fees for 2022/2023 academic year is € 2.200,00
Payable in more instalments (for further information please contact the Students Secretariat)
The student who will make a single payment will benefit of € 100,00 discount upon enrolment for the academic year and, consequently, the full enrolment fees to be paid will be € 2.100,00 instead of € 2.200,00.
A stamp duty of €16.00 is also due for the enrolment application.
By the 12th month since the matriculation date (or enrolment to the years following the first one the students will have to pay the fees for the new academic year according to the above-mentioned rules. (For example, if the matriculation was made on the 01/09/2015, the fees for the following academic year have to be paid no later then the 01/09/2016).
Payment of the university fees
Payment by PagoPA
As of July 2022, all installments will be issued providing the option to pay by PagoPA.
Do you know PagoPA?
The system called PagoPA is promoted by the Agency for Digital Italy (AGID – Agenzia per l’Italia Digitale) of the Prime Minister's Office. The PagoPA payment notice can be paid through various channels (credit card, at bank counters, tobacconists, etc.).
PagoPA is an electronic payments system created to make any payment to the Public Administration easier, safer and more transparent. The legislation on payments to the Public Administration obliges public administrations, including universities, to receive payments pertaining to them through this system. PagoPa allows payments to be made through a wide range of physical or online channels.
What are the advantages of PagoPA
security and reliability in payments;
elimination of mistakes in payments;
24-hour, 365-day operativity from any place where there is an Internet connection;
integrated multichannel nationwide with several possible payment channels; and
uniformity of the paper notice;
certainty of the debt owed;
easiness and speed of the process: simply enter the notice code (IUV Unique Payment Identifier) to pay and receive the discharging receipt, -that is, the certainty that the University collected the fee;
transparency in fee costs.
Where to pay with PagoPA?
The PagoPA notice contains the Payment Notice Code (IUV), a barcode, QR Code, and Interbank Code (CBILL circuit) that make it easy to pay:
online by credit card;
via home/mobile banking through CBILL circuit or members of the PagoPA system;
at bank counters, tobacconists, cash registers or the ATMs that allow payment through CBILL circuit or members of the PagoPA system;
using PagoPA system-enabled mobile apps;
it is not possible to pay a PagoPA bulletin at Poste Italiane counters.
The complete and updated list of Payment Service Providers (PSPs) members of PagoPA is published on the AGID website on: https://www.pagopa.gov.it/it/dove-pagare/
What are PSPs?
A Payment Service Provider (PSP) is an entity that acts as a financial intermediary in payments made through the Internet. PSPs are - for example - banks, payment institutions, electronic money institutions, financial intermediaries authorized to provide payment services. In order to join the PagoPA circuit, the PSP must meet all the requirements of the Agency for Digital Italy (AGID), by which each PSP is accredited.
How to pay with PagoPA?
All the detailed information can be found on the website at this link: https://www.uninettunouniversity.net/en/immatricolazione.aspx.
Why do I have to pay the fee with PagoPA?
The International Telematic University UNINETTUNO mustcomply with the provisions of Decree Law 18/10/2012, No. 179 and the directives from the Agency for Digital Italy (AGID) in which it is provided that the commissions associated with the payment of any tax due to a public administration are borne by the citizen. Therefore, the International Telematic University UNINETTUNO cannot take charge of payment fees in any way. It should be remembered, however, that some Payment Service Providers (PSPs) allow direct debits to current accounts at no cost when an online payment is made with PagoPA.
What does "Maximum Commission" applied to a PagoPA payment mean?
Each authorized Payment Service Provider (PSP) prominently displays its commission costs in the payment platform. This allows the citizen to choose based on their convenience directly as they go through the procedure.
When making the payment, attention should be paid to the "Maximum Commission" item of the various PSPs available. The "Maximum Commission" is the highest amount that the PSP decides to apply to that type of transaction: this means that, depending on any private agreements between the payer (the terms for managing the current account or credit card) and the PSP, the actual commissions may be lower than the stated "maximum" commission, or even zero. In any case, they may not be greater than the "Maximum Commission."
Are PagoPA payments secure?
PagoPA provides individuals and businesses with secure and reliable payments. The financial transaction is handled directly by the Payment Service Provider (PSP) chosen by the user, which ensures the strict security standards prescribed by the system. The data required to make the payment (e.g., credit card details) are entered on the PSP portal and are not transmitted to the University.
How can I prove a payment made with PagoPA?
When making a payment with PagoPA, a receipt, called a Telematic Receipt (RT), is always issued. This is a real receipt document that certifies the transaction and has, for the person making the payment, a releasing value towards the University that is the beneficiary of the sum paid. Keep the RT as a proof of payment.
Where can I find more information about PagoPA?
More information on PagoPA can be found on the website of the Agency for Digital Italy (AGID) on: https://www.pagopa.gov.it/
I started the payment process to see how the system worked, but now I can no longer go on making the payment. What should I do?
The system after starting the payment procedure does not allow a second attempt in the following 60 minutes; to avoid generating a double payment of the same fee. After this time interval has elapsed, it will be possible to go on with the bulletin payment again.
Payment by Bank Transfer or Credit Card
Payments can be made by bank transfer. Remember that in the reason for payment you must obligatorily insert the name and the last name of the student.
Below you find the University bank details:
In favour of: Università Telematica Internazionale UNINETTUNO
IBAN: IT46 G030 6905 0201 0000 0070 068
BIC BCITITMM (only for bank transfers from abroad)
(bank name: IntesaSanPaolo SpA
Via del Corso, n. 226 00186 Rome IT)
In case of payment by bank transfer the student will have to send the payment receipt to: firstname.lastname@example.org or via fax to the following number: +39 06 69207621.
Students with a recognised disability rate of 66% or higher have a right to be totally exempt from paying university fees. Upon submission of the required documentation, the above-mentioned students have to pay an amount of € 25,00=(twenty five) =(twenty five) per each academic year as expense refund, beside € 16,00 of virtually paid stamp. In due time, the students enrolled for the years subsequent to the first one have to communicate to their own Secretariat any variations of their disability rate resulting in a possible revocation of the benefit of total exemption.
Non-payment or delayed bank transfer of the fees
The students who failed to pay their fees will not be allowed to continue their career or benefit from educational services: they will not be admitted to the exams, to final exam; they will not be allowed to renew their enrolment to the following academic year, receive any certificate; they will not be allowed to transfer to another university or to another degree course and will not allow to submit any application to be related to the student’s career.
The cost of the graduation fee is € 250.00 + € 16.00 for stamp duty.
Fee for transferring to another university
The fee for transferring to another university is € 250.00 + € 16.00 for stamp duty.
Fixed fee for resignation from studies
The fixed fee for resignation from is € 250.00. + € 16.00 for stamp duty.