"150 Hour" Collaboration Payment Method

Information on the methods of payment of the "150 hour" collaboration grant.

To enable payment of a “150 hour”  study grant, the Office at which the collaboration took place needs to send the Right to Higher Education Sector the student’s closing report. For collaboration periods on the Cesena, Forlì, Rimini and Ravenna Campuses, the report must be sent to the Campus Areas.

Payments can be made only via bank or postal transfer, to an account or joint account in the name of the student, or to a prepaid top up card with an IBAN code. Before requesting payment to a prepaid card, check that the amount of the collaboration grant does not exceed the maximum top-up amount and that the card is not close to expiry. If the maximum top up amount is exceeded or the card has expired the transaction will not be possible.

Note: from September 2019 any IBANs provided by students via the form downloadable from the attachments box will no longer be valid and payments will be made using the IBAN uploaded automatically by each student on Studenti Online.

Timing of Payments

Payments will be made on a monthly basis and at a fixed date.

To this end, closing reports for the activities undertaken must reach the Right to Higher Education Unit or Campus Areas by the 12th of that month.

By the same date, students must have entered their bank account details on Studenti Online or sent the form downloadable from the attachments box for payment via bank transfer or prepaid card.

If the 12th falls on a non-working day, the deadline shifts forward to the day immediately before.

Students whose bank account details and/or whose closing reports were not entered/provided on time will not be able to receive the study grant by the end of the month.

In view of financial-year closing operations, students who finish their collaboration in December will be paid at the end of January. In August payment procedures may be slower.

To all students who have received payments for part-time collaboration work in previous years

For all payments made in previous years, the University is legally obliged to issue a form known as the CU FORM.

This form is issued for tax and social security purposes and must be kept for at least 5 years (time limit for keeping tax records).

The forms can be found at https://cedolini.unibo.it/mercurio/

To read and download the forms, you must log in with your username and password (user: name.surname@studio.unibo.it – password: associated to that address). The forms are published in the menu on the left, in the CUD section.

If you have problems logging in and accessing the service, please contact: CESIA - Service Contact Center - assistenza.cesia@unibo.it.

If you have any doubts about the contents and use of the form, you may read the form notes and instructions or contact the Control and Finance Division - arag.studenticu@unibo.it.