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What is meant by revocation
Students incurring in exclusion and forfeiture concerning the eligibility during the years, must pay back the amount received for the scholarship and any other sum of money, plus the value of the accommodation service benefited.
Consequently, they lose the fee exemption in Universities.
Enrolment and merit assessment
In order to assess enrolment, merit condition, student’s career, internal transfers, or transfer-outs, EDISU carries out assessments jointly with Universities, involving all the self-certifications produced by students.
Assessments concern enrolment in a.y. 2018/2019, the year of first enrolment, and the minimum amount of credits declared, any eventual internal transfer of courses, and even any withdrawal from studies, even in previous academic careers.
Assessments will start from the deadline for the application, and will finish with the payment of scholarship’s second instalment. It is possible, in any case, to carry out further assessments after the payment of the second instalment of scholarship, even in case of communication received by Universities.
Revocation of the benefit
Students incurring in exclusion and forfeiture concerning the eligibility during a.y. 2018/2019, must pay back the amount received for the scholarship and any other sum of money, plus the value of the accommodation service benefited. Consequently, they lose the fee exemption in Universities.
First years absence of merit requirements
Following the assessment on the absence of merit requirements in order to maintain the first instalment of scholarship, and an eventual anticipation on the amount of the second instalment received, EDISU can revoke the benefits with a special provision, the eligibility condition, the reimbursement of the regional tax, and the exemption from the payment of tuition and fees.
According to art. Par. 1 and 2 of Law n° 241 7 August 1990, EDISU assesses merit requirements needed to maintain the first instalment of scholarship, accommodation service benefited, and eligibility. This assessment involving first-years will start on 30 January 2020 and will finish within 30 June 2020.
In case of positive outcome of the assessment, the student will receive a communication noticing the positive outcome in the personal page of Online Services, section “assessments revocations”. No other communication will be sent to students to inform about the outcome of the assessment.
First and successive years – absence of merit requirements
It is a reason for revocation of benefit (as in art. 3 of 2018/2019 Notice of competition “Condizioni di non ammissione” and “Condizioni di Esclusione”) the absence of requirements, following the assessments that can be carried out even after the publication of the ranking lists, as specified in art. 35 par. 2 “Revoca del servizio abitativo” or being involved in a disciplinary action such as suspension, from the University.
Concerning the assignees of accommodation service, it is furthermore a reason for revocation of accommodation service and eventually scholarship, being involved in a disciplinary action for the a.y. 2018/2019 according to articles 13, 17, and 18 of “Regolamento Residenze Universitarie”.
Reimbursement of benefits – modality
- Winners of scholarship, or eligible for scholarship and assigned to an accommodation
These students will be informed with a letter (certified mail) including the official notification of the benefits granted and the amount to return, the payment procedure and deadlines for payment. A copy of this communication will be uploaded in the personal page of Online Services, section “My assessments/Revocations”.
This upload is not an alternative to the letter notifying the revocation of the benefit, but is just a mean to inform the student. Students must promptly communicate any changes regarding the address of residence/domicile to EDISU using the Ticketing service (Contacts on the website). Students incurring in a revocation without providing a correct residence/domicile address, hence resulting untraceable, will be reported to Universities in order to have their academic careers blocked.
The blocking will be effective even for those students who did not reimburse the whole of the amount previously received, within the deadlines.
- Students eligible for scholarship and not assigned to any accommodation
A notification will be published on the student’s personal page of Online Services, section “My assessments/Revocation” in order to communicate to the student about the conclusion of the assessment and its outcome. No other written communication will be sent.
The reimbursement of the amount received is carried out in compliance with the existing regulations. In any case of non-observance in returning the amount, other eventual benefits are suspended until the student is going to regularize his/her debit position.
Communication to the University and registration of the claim
The revocation claim will be communicated to the competent office in the University of the student. The office will revoke the exemption from the payment of tuition and fees, and will ask for the payment of the amount due based on 2018/2019 Fee Regulation.
In case of failure to return the amount regarding the benefits, EDISU will proceed to recover through the dealer competent for enforced recovery.
Ultimo aggiornamento: 09 January 2020