Notice for all high school graduates with a score of 100/100
As per the guidelines in the Student Handbook, all students enrolling for the first time at Tor Vergata University of Rome in a study program that requires a high school diploma as the entry qualification and who have obtained a score of 100/100 from an Italian school are exempt from paying the university fee for the first year. They are only required to pay the stamp duty and the regional tax (156 euros).
The computerized procedure (which involves aligning the university's database with that of the Ministry of Education) is not immediate. Therefore, interested parties are encouraged to periodically check the status of university fees from their Delphi page and report any anomalies no earlier than mid-February.