One thousand euros of contribution for each student graduated from other Italian universities, based outside the Tuscany region, who intends to continue their academic career with a master’s degree from the University of Pisa. This was decided by the Tuscan university, allocating a fund of 300,000 euros to support female students and off-site students who decide to establish a structure under the Leaning Tower to support their training. A measure that according to the rector, Paolo Mancarella, wants to guarantee the students’ right to “cultivate their future”.
The only requirements are: not having exceeded 30 years of age and having a valid university Isee (or current or equivalent), not exceeding 50,000 euros and a piece of furniture, declared for Isee purposes, not exceeding 100,000 euros.
The contributions provided for in the call can be recognized to students who intend to enroll for the 2021/2022 academic year in a non-single-cycle master’s degree course having obtained a three-year or master’s degree at another Italian university based outside the Tuscany Region.
The application for participation in the selection must be submitted, under penalty of exclusion, by 13:00 on 23 December 2021, to the Didactic and Student Services Department, by completing the online form available on the university portal.
The words of the rector
“Every year there are many boys and girls who find the University of Pisa to complete their university career and here their master’s degree – commented the rector Paolo Mancarella – It was our great difficulty for the duty of Italian families, right of specific measures that would protect the right of these students to cultivate their own future “.
The new tax regulation
Mancarella himself remembers «that this measure follows the approval of our new Student Fees Regulation with which, just to mention the main innovations, we have raised the no tax area up to 26,000 euro of ISEE; presented the total exemption for the so-called care leavers, i.e. young people who do not have a family they can rely on, in addition to having provided for forms of partial and total exemption for students with disabilities between 45% and 65% and a reduction of 200 euros for merit “.