Students can benefit from further fee reductions through percentage reductions or evaluation of a special family situation.
In case of simultaneous enrollment in the same academic year for 2023-24, attending any of the Bocconi University Bachelor of Science programs, Law program, the four-year degree programs, or the Master of Science programs during the same academic, it is possible to benefit of a 15% reduction in university tuition due.
The 15% reductions cannot be combined each other and with other discounts offered by Bocconi University (with the exception of the “Fees relief target application”). In case of brothers, sisters and spouses, if one of the enrolled students is fully or partially exempt from the payment of university tuition and fees, the other student is not entitled to make use of the 15% reduction on his/her tuition.
Students will have to submit the application for 15% reduction" exclusively in the period between February 1 and December 4, 2023 and only after completing the enrollment procedure for the a.y. 2023-24.
The application can be submitted for a.y. 2023-24 starting from 1st February and by and no later than 4 December 2023.
The request must be submitted exclusively by one of the brothers/sisters/spouses who are simultaneous enrolled inthe same academic year.
The payment slip will be updated by 15th december 2023.
Attention: the application can be submitted only after completing the enrollment procedure for the a.y. 2023-24 and therefore, sibling who will be the first to be formally enrolled from January 2023, can submit the application starting from 1 February without waiting for the period established by Academic services for enrollment in the academic years following the first.
The 15% reduction must be submitted each academic year?
The reduction is automatically renewed for the entire legal duration of the study program.
Therefore, in case of enrollment in academic years subsequent to the first, the application must not be resubmitted, even in case of enrollment in a new degree program (transition from a Bachelor to a Master of Science program) by one of the beneficiaries of the reduction.
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