TOP 10 Student Program is a merit based recognition giving total or partial exemption from comprehensive contribution to up to 10% of students enrolled in three-year degrees, master courses and single cycle masters reaching given profit requisites.
The Right to education service office is in charge of singling out the students who will benefit from exemption and there is no need to present an application.
Read the notice to find out all information on the Top 10 Student Program.
How to know if you could be eligible for the Top 10 Student Program? Here are some examples:
If you are registering for the first year
Newly enrolled students, depending on their high school qualification grades (85 and above), may receive partial or total exemption from comprehensive contribution for a.y. 2019/2020. Grades above 95 are entitled to total exemption.
If you are enrolling in a masters’ degree
If your three-year graduation is programmed before December 31, 2019 and you have not gone beyond set time, you could receive total contribution exemption.
For example: if your graduation grade is above 105, you are entitled to total exemption.
If you are renewing enrolment after the first year
You could be entitled to exemption based on your average grades and CFUs acquired.