Enrollments Academic year 2021/22
From 13 July and until 28 October 2021 (then it will be possible to enroll until 20 December by paying a small fine)
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The registration fee depends on the ISEE income and the number of ECTS acquired (for students already enrolled) and also provides for a NoTaxArea for ISEE incomes of less than 23.000 Euros.
A simulator for calculating university contributions is available to estimate the contribution (CLICK HERE!)
The contribution is paid in 4 installments.
The application for total or partial exemption must be made by November 4th!
There is no exemption for ISEE income exceeding 45.000 Euros and therefore no application is required.
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ARE THERE ANY OTHER BENEFITS AND SERVICES?
The University of Modena and Reggio Emilia offers a wide range of interventions in support of the right to university education.
The benefits are managed by the Er-Go Regional Company. Pay attention to the dates and deadlines for the various questions!
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I ALREADY HAVE A DEGREE OR I HAVE INTERRUPTED MY STUDIES, CAN I RECOGNIZE MY PREVIOUS UNIVERSITY PROGRAM?
Yup! Any previous university course that has issued University Educational Credits (including old systems or masters or advanced courses) can be evaluated to determine a possible reduction and recognition of the credits accrued. Two conditions must be met:
- the credits obtained must be relevant to the didactic path of the Degree Course in Digital Education;
- only CFUs are recognized which determine the complete exemption of a course (less than one CFU).
I AM A WORKER, ARE THERE SPECIFIC ACTIONS OR RECOGNITION OF ACQUIRED SKILLS?
The entire Degree Course is designed to be enjoyed also by those engaged in a work activity. All educational activities take place online and are recorded and made available to be used at any time and from any place. Furthermore, there is no obligation to attend.
It is also possible to enroll part-time.
The Italian legislation provides for a maximum of 12 credits that can be recognized for the skills acquired in working activity and, usually, they are awarded in place of the training internship (internship).