Admission to successive years of study occurs automatically with the payment of university fees, divided into three instalments, which must be paid by using the pre-printed invoice (MAV) sent by the university to the student’s address. Students who do not receive the invoice should contact the Central Student Office.
Students should inform the university immediately of any changes to their address or telephone number, and if they do not receive a university invoice for payment of fees. Late payment of fees for reasons not attributable to the university may lead to a fine.
The new “fees and contributions” regulations of the University of Foggia, inspired by principles of equality and meritocracy, have introduced a series of rules which, through a system of incentives and exemptions, aims to award worthy students and support those students who experience hard economic conditions. Reductions will be provided for students from the same family, for example. Students who graduate within the minimum legal period of the course and who are admitted to the final exam with an average mark which is equal to or above the average student mark in the preceding academic year, will receive a tax rebate for the last year of study, with exception of the first instalment. Other reductions and exemptions can be expected for deserving students.