Fees and Financial Aid - Medicine

The amount of the tuition fees is determined annually by the University.

2017 Fees for the Medicine course are determined according to the following tables

In order to attract the most talented and motivated candidates, Humanitas University has established a merit-income based scholarship programme, with scholarships worth between 7.000 and 10.000 €/year each. See scholarships requirements and application procedure.

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For info about admissions, visit the Medical Admission Test page.

Tuition Fees for EU students

CategoryISEP Index
(in thousands of Euros)
2017/18 Fees
(in Euros)
1stLess than 3010.000
2ndFrom 30 to 5513.000
3rdFrom 55 to 8017.000
4thMore than 8020.000

Indicated fees are yearly and cover the cost of the course. They do not include accommodation, food, books or other services. Info on our accommodation services is available here.

Across the various years of course, the fee within the same income category will not vary to such an extent as to significantly impact the economic situation of the student.

For European students, tuition fees at Humanitas University are calculated according to the economic situation of the family of the student. There are four different categories of income, calculated according to the economic situation of the student’s family on the basis of the ISEP Index. 

Evaluation of the income category for enrolled students

Humanitas University assists enrolled students in determining their own income category with:

  • new web service for uploading the required financial documents (mandatory step to request our support for the evaluation of the income category);
  • final validation with our accountants.

To access the web service, register using your Hunimed e-mail account; you will receive a link to create a password:

 

For further information, please read the Summary of the University Fee Regulations 2017/2018

Merit-income based scholarships are available yearly. Read more below.

Tuition Fees for non-EU students

2017 - 18 Academic YearNon-EU citizens
Tuition Fees20.000 €
Scholarships10 scholarships worth between 7.000€ and 10.000€ each, awarded on a competitive basis**

Indicated fees are yearly and cover the cost of the course. They do not include accommodation, food, books or other services. Info on our accomations services available here.

Across the various years of course, the fee will not vary to such an extent as to significantly impact the economic situation of the student.

For further information, please read the Summary of the University Fee Regulations 2017/2018

 ** Merit-income based scholarships are available yearly. Read more below.

Scholarships

Merit-based ScholarshipsHumanitas University yearly offers a number of merit-income based scholarships for both European and non-European students.

Scholarships eligibility requirements may vary each year.

One scholarship worth 10.000 € per year is reserved to the participants in the Natural Sciences Olympics according to specific conditions.

 

Who is eligible for a Scholarship?

Candidates who meet the following:

  • Minimum score of High School Diploma of 90/100 or equivalent for those holding a non-Italian High School Qualification;
  • Admissions Test Ranking Position within the best 50.

A number of scholarships may be reserved to those students who are assigned to the first (1st ) second (2nd ) and third (3rd ) income category according the University Fee Regulation

 

How does it work? 

The scholarship consists of a tuition waiver (discount on the tuition fees) worth between 7.000 and 10.000 € yearly.

 

Can I keep the scholarship for the entire lenght of my degree course?

The scholarship will be automatically renewed annually until graduation if you:

  • maintain an average grade of 28/30 weighted by credits awarded (GPA) 
  • complete a minimum annual number of University credits (CFU) as specified in Article 7 of the Scholarships Regulations.

 

How can I apply for a Scholarship?

  • Apply for the medical admissions test 
  • Send to the e-mail address info@hunimed.eu the following documents:
    • Motivation letter and Candidate’s Curriculum vitae (Résumé);
    • Transcript of grades of the last three years of education;
    • High School Diploma Final Grade;
    • Two Presentation letter(s) written by teachers or relevant persons (if any);
    • Tax forms and the other documents required for the ISEP income category assignation (See University Fee Regulation)
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