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15 Jun 2017

100 Scholarships for Students with International Protection,Italy-2017

100 Scholarships for Students with International Protection,Italy-2017

The Italian Ministry of Interior is offering 100 scholarships for the academic year 2017/18 to refugee students or with international protection. The Ministry of Interior is a government agency of Italy, headquartered in Rome. It is the cabinet-level ministry of the Italian Republic. As of 12 December 2016, Marco Minniti is the minister.

Application Deadline: 16 July 2017

 

Programmes Offered:

Scholarships are awarded to study the subjects offered by the university

 

Course Level:

Scholarships are available to enrol in Bachelor, Master degree and PhD programs in Italian Public Universities.

 

Eligibility:

The scholarships are reserved for students having the status of refugees or subsidiary protection belonging to the following categories:

  • Winners of the previous call in the A.Y. 2016/17 who are entitled to obtain the scholarship in A.Y. 2017/2018, if they achieve at least 20 CFUs on 10/08/2017 and have at least 15 CFU within 16/07/2017 or
  • Students who obtain a regular enrollment, for the first time in the Italian university system, in a bachelor, master degree, or a PhD program – A.Y. 2017/2018.

 

Benefit:

The scholarships are awarded by the University, possibly in cooperation with the Regional Authorities for the Right to Study, and entitle students to exemption from taxes and university contributions, accommodation services (house and meal), access to university facilities (centres, libraries). Any additional services may be offered by third parties.

 

Number of Awards:

100

 

Application Procedure:

The mode of applying is online

 

Further Details:

Please Click Here to visit the Official website of University.

 

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