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NEWS 2021/2022


ISEE/ISEE Parificato (indicator of equivalent economic situation) is used to evaluate your family’s economic situation, and allows you to take advantage of various social benefits.
Until recently, this document could only be requested once arrived in Italy and it had to be submitted in person within specific deadlines to our University Tuition Fees Desk.

Considering the impact of COVID-19 around the world, it is not sure that all the eligible applicants will be able to come to Turin in person to ask for this paper. Therefore, to better support its international students, for the academic year 2020/2021 the University of Turin offered two different ways to ask for fees reduction:
- by calculating the full-comprehensive contribution according to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and the Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) of your country of residence. You can find further information on how and when to request it, along with the list of the countries and the amount to be paid, at the dedicated webpage;
- by requesting the ‘ISEE/ISEE Parificato’, for those who will be able to come to Italy in person. For further information, click here.

These procedures have not yet been confirmed for the academic year 2021/2022, should any other options become available they will be published at the dedicated webpage.


The International Students Desk

6 Jan 2021