This page contains information for the students enrolled in a bachelor or master course
. Information regarding tuition fees for the PhD courses is available here
Tuition fees are administered by the Student secretariat
The amount of the tuition fees is established each year by the University Council in the Tuition Fees Regulation available from "Further Information" on the right menu.
Payment modalities of the second tuition fees instalment for the current academic year.
Tuition fees for the academic year 2013/2014 (all courses):
||Students enrolled up to one year after the normal length of their course
||From the second year after the normal length of the course
|1st instalment (includes the € 141 provincial tax for the right to study)
Students who are disabled with a disability up to or exceeding 66% are eligible for complete exemption from university fees and the provincial tax.
Fees have to be paid in two instalments, unless otherwise stated. The first instalment must be paid at the time of enrolment (for pre-enrolled students of the first session at the School of Economics and the Faculty of Computer Science, this has to be paid by 17 May 2013). The second instalment has to be paid by everyone by 31 March 2014.
Payment of the first instalment is regarded as a prerequisite for enrolment. Late payment of the next instalments incurs penalties (32 Euro).
The tuition fees must be paid into this bank account held by the Free University of Bozen/Bolzano:
IBAN IT72 T060 4511 6190 0000 0009 004, BIC (SWIFT) CRBZIT2B107
Default of payment
After the payment deadline, your account will be automatically blocked if your fees payment is not regular. The access to Student portal is blocked and enrolment for exams is not further possible.
Students who have not paid their fees are unable to sit exams, nor can they transfer to another university or to another course.
Dropping out, interruption of studies and exclusion
Students who drop out of a course, interrupt their studies or are excluded from studies, are not entitled to reimbursement of fees.