With reference to the due housing fees in case of temporary sublease:
- For students involved in the temporary sublease, the housing fees will be determined according to the monthly fee.
- Should the room be at the full rate, the student who will temporary occupy the room will pay for the accommodation exclusively at full rate (monthly fee).
Should the room be at preferential rate, the student who will temporary occupy the room will pay for the accommodation at full rate except in one of the following cases:
- The student who will temporarily occupy the room have applied for “preferential rate new admission a.y. 2023-23” (results in March 2023) and had an housing assignment (later not accepted by himself) or a non- housing assignment due to lack of places (note1). In these cases, at the time of the sublease/take over request, the student concerned may request to pay at the preferential rate.
- Should the room be at preferential rate, the student who will temporary occupy the room will be eligible for this rate only in the event that they have applied for the "ISU Bocconi Scholarship a.y. 2023-24" and that, following the result announcement of the final ranking list drawn up by the end of October 2023, they have been found eligible for the ISU Bocconi scholarship and has thus been assigned one of the ISU Bocconi brackets. In this case it is specified that the preferential rate will be applied only to the installments expected to expire AFTER the definition of its eligibility. If the incoming person has to pay an installment before the publication of the results of the ISU rankings - therefore who has agreed to take over for a period between September and December - he will have to pay the full rate.
The students received the following result: “we regret to inform you that is was NOT possible to assign you a room at preferential rate in one of our Bocconi on campus residences for the a.y. 2023-2024 as the number of applicants exceeded the number of available spots reserved for the right to university education assistance a.y. 2023-2024”