Enjoy Turin's baroque historical centre and its cultural offering including royal palaces, residences, museums and so on, and benefit from the facilities of a modern city. Cultural tourism, sports and higher education are just some of the city assets.
In order to benefit from the services, you need to provide a medical certificateof disability/invalidity, valid for study purposes.
If issued in Italy
If issued in Italy, it must be a certificate of invalidity with a degree of invalidity that is at least 50% or more, or a certificate of disability, in accordance with the Italian Law 104/92.
Exemptions or reduced tuition fees (read the page tuition fees) are regulated as follows:
students who are 50% to 65% disabled have to pay only the first and the second instalments of the tuition fees, but are exempt from the third instalment.
students who are at least 66% disabled, or those with certified permanent psychophysicaldisability (Article 3, paragraph 1 and 3, Italian Law 104/92) are completely exempt from tuition fees and must pay only the stamp duty.
If students have both the certificates, the certified disability comes before (Law 104/92).
If issued abroad
If issued abroad, it must specify the type of disability and how it affects the study, and must concern a type of disability protected by the Italian law.
If the certificate is not written in Italian, a sworn translation in Italian or English is necessary.