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In order to ensure a fair tuition system for Bachelor of Science programs and the Integrated Master of Arts program, Bocconi University foresees yearly tuition and fees amounting to approximately € 12,000, which is equal to the 4th income bracket.

Ordinary income bracket (Bocconi Cost)

Economic and asset conditions range (in euros)

Total tuition and fees for the 1st academic year 2018-2019 (in euros)
4th
more than 127,000
12,324       

Families may ask to be assigned to one of the 3 reduced income brackets, adjusted to the economic and assets condition of each member of the Bocconi's conventional family household.

Reduced income brackets

Economic and asset conditions range (in euros)

Total tuition and fees for the 1st academic year 2018-2019 (in euros)

3rd
90,000 127,000
10,054
2nd
58,000 90,000
7,764
1st
up to 58,000
5,504

In order to request the assigment of one of the 3 reduced income brackets, students must indicate this during the enrollment procedure and submit the entire documentation requested.

The University will check the documentation submitted verifying that the information included is true and complete according to the evaluation method established by the University within the established deadlines published on this website.

The assigned income bracket will remain the same throughout the entire degree program, except in specific cases in which requests for an income bracket can be checked or re-examined by either Bocconi University or the student in question at the start of academic year.

Reduced tuition and fees are also foreseen due to particular family aspects. 

Bocconi students who are enrolled in the 2018-2019 a.y. to complete a second Bocconi degree, are exempt from submitting documentation in order to request a reduced income bracket. They are required to pay tuition and fees for the 2nd income bracket.




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