Study in Italy Scholarships 2019 – Are you an international student who wishes to study in Italy but is concerned about how to fund your education and other finances? Well, worry no more! In this article, I will provide you with a list of 10 best study in Italy scholarships for international students.
Italy is a popular destination for international students. It offers quality higher education with more affordable tuition fees than other Western European countries. There are around 32,000 international students in Italy, including independent students and those on exchange programmes.
Here is the list:
1. Italian Government Scholarships for Foreign Students
Deadline: April 30th
The Italian Government awards scholarships for studying in Italy both to foreign citizens and Italian citizens resident abroad (IRE). The scholarships are offered for the following type of courses: Undergraduate University courses (renewals only); Postgraduate University courses; Master’s Degree courses (Levels I or II); Ph.D. Courses; Specialization Schools; Research under academic supervision; Courses of Higher Education in Art, Music and Dance (AFAM); Advanced Courses on Italian language and culture Courses for Teachers of Italian as second language. It is only possible to apply for three, six, or nine-month scholarships.
2. University of Pavia International Scholarships for Developing Country Students
Deadline: June 12th
The University of Pavia (UNIPV), in order to promote international cooperation with the Developing Countries, offers scholarships to outstanding students from developing countries to study a Master’s Degree Programme taught in English at the University. Each scholarship is worth about €8,000.
3. Bologna University Study Grants for International Students
Deadline: March 31st
The University of Bologna offers study grants to deserving international students who wish to register for First Cycle (Bachelors), Second Cycle (Masters) or Single Cycle Degree Programmes at the University of Bologna. Each study grant is awarded for one academic year and amounts to a total of €11,059.
4. EDISU Piemonte Scholarships
Deadline: July 20th
Students including non-EU international students enrolled in a full-time Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree, Single Cycle Master’s degree, or PhD Degree courses at one of the Universities of Piedmont (i.e. The Politecnico of Torino, the University of Torino, the University of Eastern Piedmont) can apply for EDISU scholarships if they meet the merit and economic requirements of the competition.
Part-time students can apply if enrolled in a bachelor’s degree. The scholarship amount varies depending on many conditions. Accommodation service can also be granted to non-resident students.
5. SISSA Mathematical Postdoctoral Fellowships in Italy
Deadline: January 8th
The new SISSA Mathematical Fellowships is now available on offer for all new international students to study in Italy. SISSA Mathematical Fellowships aim to support a prestigious postdoc research programme co-funded by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR) to recruit and support the most talented young researchers with a promising CV who demonstrate to be autonomous in research.
The annual gross amount of the research fellowship is € 36,636. The post-doc will also be granted research funds to be used autonomously for research activities (€ 9,000 total for the three-year period).
6. Politecnico de Milano Merit-Based Scholarships for International Students
Deadline: April 27th
Every year, Politecnico di Milano offers a number of merit-based scholarships to the most talented international candidates admitted to a Master of Science programme. Students obtaining a scholarship will have to pay only an administrative fee of about €200. Scholarships of €5,000 to €10,000 per year may also be awarded on top of the tuition fee waiver.
7. Catholic University of The Sacred Heart Africa Scholars Program
Deadline: September 30th
The Catholic University of the Sacred Heart is delighted to call for applications for the Africa Scholars Program at University. Scholarships are available to pursue postgraduate degree programs taught. This program will enable students to study for postgraduate degree programs taught in English at UCSC’s Milan, Piacenza and Cremona campuses.
Through the Cattolica Africa Program, all accepted applicants will be offered tuition fee reductions. Students should expect to cover a minimum of €850 per month for rent and food. Living costs in Piacenza and Cremona are approximately €200 per month lower than in Milan and in Rome.
The tuition fees (after tuition fee reduction) are as follows:
- Published Tuition: €8,540
- Tuition fee reduction: €5540 per year
- Tuition to be paid: €3000 per year
8. University of Padova Scholarships for all Degree Courses
Deadline: September 15th
The University of Padova can handle regional funds to finance low-income students, both Italian and foreign, who have a good academic record and pursuing a degree at the University. Grants are assigned to study and/or specialization at departments of the University of Padova in the scientific fields of Agriculture, Engineering or Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences for a period of at least six months.
The scholarship consists partly of money and partly of services, such as accommodation and meals at the University canteens.
9. Scuola Normale Superiore PhD Scholarships
Deadline: February 20th
The Scuola Normale Superiore is offering fully-funded Ph.D. programs in the following fields: Cultures and societies of contemporary Europe, Literature, Art and History in Medieval and Modern Europe, Philosophy, Classics, Physics, Mathematics, Financial Mathematics, Methods and Models for Molecular Sciences, Nanosciences, Neurosciences, and Political Science and Sociology for both Italian citizens and international students to study in Italy.
The scholarship covers tuition, fees, and cost-of-living. All students will be assigned further funding for their research activity and travel.
10. Italy Catholic University Ph.D. Scholarship in Criminology
Deadline: All Year Round
The Catholic University is delighted to offer scholarships to study international Ph.D. programme in Criminology. International students are eligible to apply for this scholarship.
The Ph.D. aims to train professionals able to meet traditional and emerging standards of excellence in the criminological sector. This goal is achieved through a specific program that combines training, research, and teaching.
The amount of the scholarship is €15.343,28 gross per year. Ph.D. students enrolled in the second and third year, in addition to the scholarship, will receive a monthly net fee of €200 calculated on each month of collaboration with the Transcrime centre.
The scholarship will be increased by 50% during periods abroad. Starting in the second year, candidates will have a research expenditure budget equal to 10% of the scholarship. To promote the internationalization of the doctorate, the winning candidates residing abroad can receive up to €5,000 for documented travel and accommodation expenses incurred during the first year of the doctorate for the transfer to Milan.
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