In order to
alleviate the difficulties many families are facing because of the current health
emergency, IULM University has confirmed the extension of the due date for fees and contributions for
the academic year 2019/2020.
For this reason,
we would like to inform you that on 10 March 2020 the University Board of Governors
confirmed the extension of the due date for the third instalment of the university
fees and contributions for the academic year 2019/2020 for all students
regularly enrolled in all our Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree courses.
The new deadline
is 18 May 2020.
The updated MAV payment
slip will be available soon through the online services by clicking on
“Segreteria/Tasse” on the IULM website.
Please note that
the payment of the third instalment is binding for the recognition of the exams
taken during the second session for the academic year 2019/2020.
In compliance with
the previously established provisions of the University Board of Governors, the
deadline for payment of the “fuori corso” enrolment fee for all Bachelor’s and
Master’s degree courses has been deferred from 29 February 2020 to 30 April
The 2016 Stability Law (Law no. 208 of 28 December
2015) introduced some important simplification measures regarding tax
deductions for fees and contributions related to attendance oneducational
Specifically, paragraphs 954 b) and 955 of art. 1 of the aforementioned
Stability Law have redefined art. 15, paragraph 1, letter e) of the TUIR
(Income Tax Code), which provides for deductions for:
paragraph 954(b): 'expenses for attendance on
university courses at state and private universities, not exceeding, in
the case of private universities, that established annually for each university
faculty by decree of the Ministry of Education, Universities and Research to be
issued by 31 December, taking into account the average amounts of fees and contributions
due to state universities';
It is to be noted that the deduction is due to the person who
actually bore the cost.
The payment receipts are - for all legal purposes -
proofs of payment and can be used as legal documents in tax
returns. All receipts paid during the tax year to be declared may be
included, even if they relate to two distinct academic years.