Scheda Raccolta Dati Indicatore Parificato Universitario
Students who live outside Italy, or who live in Italy but are not independent of a household resident abroad can submit the ISEE parificato in order to benefit from the tuition fee waiver depending on the economic situation of their family.
The ISEE parificato is the tool used by the University to measure the economic and financial situation of both students residing abroad and non-independent students resident in Italy whose family unit lives abroad and whose income is earned in their country of origin.
Below is the list of the documents for the academic year 2023/2024:
a) Family Status – the composition of your family unit, indicating surname, first name, date of birth and kinship/relationship to all members of your family.
b) Income of each member of the family (2021 – 2022) and/or any other amounts received from the public administration bodies in the form of social benefits. In the event of divorce, any sums received or paid as maintenance for the children.
c) The immovable and movable property of each member of the family (2021 – 2022). In the case of real estate assets relating to buildings, if they are owned in Italy, it is necessary to present the cadastral document in order to determine their value. Otherwise the buildings are valued on the basis of the conventional value of 500 euros per square metre. The absence of assets must be explicitly stated in the documentation. In addition, if the family unit lives in a rented house, the value of the annual rent must be stated in the rental contract.
d) As far as movable assets are concerned, they consist of the balance as at 31/12/2022 and the average balance for 2021 of current accounts, deposits, bank and/or postal passbooks held abroad and in Italy, as well as the balance as at 31/12/2022 of all other types of investments (securities, shares, life insurance, etc.).
These documents must be issued by the competent authorities of the country where the income is earned. They must also be officially translated into Italian by the Italian Diplomatic Authorities of that country, along with the income expressed in euros.
In those countries where it is difficult to obtain such documents, they may be requested from foreign diplomatic authorities in Italy and certified by the Prefecture in accordance with art. 33 DPR no. 445 of 28th December 2000.
Please consult the attached file for further information on the requirements for the legalisation of the above documents according to the country of origin.