Students can benefit from partial or total concessions, as they belong to the following categories: working students; enrolled students belonging to the same household; households with disabled people; undergraduates enrolled outside the timeframe for their study programmes, who only take the final degree examination during the summer session; students enrolled in the first year of a degree programme in Mathematics; students with disabilities; students receiving a scholarship from the Italian Government.

Students who, although already included in the minimum income bracket, find themselves in difficulty and serious financial circumstances due to unforeseen causes not directly attributable to them and are unable to obtain EDUCatt benefits, including cases of a drastic reduction in family income, duly substantiated and referring to the 2020 calendar year (excluding the revocation of scholarships), may apply for a reduction in university fees and/or an extension of the payment deadline for instalments, to be requested before their natural expiry date.

To submit your application, together with the appropriate documentation, please contact the Tuition Fees Office of the Student Services Centre (for the Milan campus) and the offices of the Student Services Centre (for the Brescia, Piacenza/Cremona and Rome campuses) by booking an appointment on your personal iCatt page.
Alternatively, you can send an information request from your personal iCatt page. The application must be submitted by 15 January 2021.

The Taxation Regulations indicate the benefits available.

The initiative 100 Scholarships + 100 Study Awards for Merit only, is promoted by Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore and Istituto Giuseppe Toniolo di Studi Superiori, a founding body of the University, with the collaboration of Fondazione EDUCatt per il Diritto allo Studio.

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The amount of fees and contributions to be paid for enrolment and attendance at Università Cattolica can be compensated for by various concessions and economic support: scholarships, reimbursement of university fees, cash aid. Each year, a call for applications allows people to participate in the competition for the allocation of funds.

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Istituto Toniolo intends to pay special attention to deserving young people, especially those who need support to complete their education at university. Scholarships and hospitality are made available for them in the colleges, which aim to become more and more places of education, meeting, dialogue and cultural and spiritual formation.

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Scholarships, research grants, prizes and other university awards are available each year. These measures are often linked to territorial, entrepreneurial and cultural realities interested in the life of Università Cattolica and in the training of students in specific fields of knowledge.
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In accordance with Law no. 17 dated 28 January 1999,  Università Cattolica has set up an office to assistdisabled students in their social integration and their rights. These services can be used by all disabled students enrolled in degree programmes at Università Cattolica, Specialisation Schools and Specialising Masters.

The services run on a special fund set up by the University, and help students in their university experience by responding to their specific needs for educational success and the necessary technical-administrative support.

When filling in the forms, students are asked, on a voluntary basis, to make an additional contribution of € 5.00 to increase the resources of the fund aimed at supporting students with disabilities.

The University, in turn, will increase this fund by an amount at least equal to the total amount obtained through the free subscription of the students.

The voluntary contribution of € 5.00 will be added to the amount of the second instalment.

StudioSì is the latest tool promoted by the Ministry of  Education, University and Research (MIUR) in agreement with the European Investment Bank (EIB) as part of the 2014-2020 NOP Research and Innovation and co-financed by the European Social Fund (ESF), which allows university students to take advantage of funding to support their postgraduate tertiary education.

The fund is intended for students residing in the 8 regions of Southern Italy (Abruzzo, Basilicata, Calabria, Campania, Molise, Apulia, Sardinia and Sicily) who are attending or will attend, in the 2020/2021 academic year, tertiary education courses (integrated degree programmes, graduate programmes and specialisation schools) in Italy or abroad recognised by the MUR.

Interested students can apply for a loan of up to 50,000 euros, at zero interest and without personal guarantees or third-party guarantors, which can cover not only university fees but also study-related expenses. Education pathways must be completed by 31 December 2025.
Further information on requirements and how to participate is available on the official page of the initiative on the MUR website.

Resources will be disbursed through two financial operators: Intesa San Paolo and Gruppo Bancario Cooperativo ICCREA.

Funding that encourages your studies at university and graduate level, with advantageous conditions. To prepare you confidently for the world of work. After you have finished your studies, you can either pay back the entire amount you received in your account in one lump sum or you can apply for a PerTe Prestito con Lode.

PerTe Prestito Con Lode is dedicated to students with specific merit requirements. The Loan takes place in three distinct phases: the opening of the credit account, the "bridge period" or "moratorium" during which the student has the opportunity to decide how to repay the sums used with the credit opening, and the loan, where chosen as the Loan repayment method.