Overview of financial support options in Italy

Country: Italy


Financing your studies in Italy

Studying without financial problems in Italy
With a high standard of education and a great variety of cultural offerings, studying in Italy might be expected to be expensive. But tuition fees and living costs are moderate compared to the European average, unless you want to study in big cities like Rome. Fortunately, for international students, Italy offers financial support even if you’re not a native.

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Funding for your studies in Italy

Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory of Music (Milan/Italy) Scholarship "Teresina Tua"4500€ / once
University of Verona (Verona/Italy) Francesca Cappelletto Degree Award3000€ / once
Leonardo Committee "CENTRO ORAFO IL TARÌ S.C.P.A." Degree Award3000€ / once
Municipality of Piece di Cento Study Fellowship for a Degree Thesis on Severo Pozzati1000€ / once
Embassy of France in Italy/Primoli Foundation Doctoral Scholarships in French Language and Culture1060€ / 5 months
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Funding for studying a year / a semester abroad

University of Verona (Verona/Italy) Prize of degree "SAPORI DI UNA VOLTA"2000€ / once
University of Macerata (Macerata/Italy) Fee exemptions for students who interrupt their studies due to illnessns / 72 months
Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory of Music (Milan/Italy) Scholarship "Pina Carmirelli"700€ / once
Polytechnic University of Milan (Milan/Italy) Scholarship "Roberto Rocca"233€ / 24 months
University of Bologna (Bologna/Italy) Subsidies for a degree in Finance, Insurance and enterprise500€ / once
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Find your internship

Leeds Beckett University Graduate Internship SchemeLeeds
Christian Dior UK Ltd Finance Internship, LondonUnited Kingdom
Manchester Metropolitan University MetroPolis InternManchester
Manchester Metropolitan University Public Engagement InternManchester
University College London Internal Control Intern (Finance division)London
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Financing Tips

The 10 Biggest Misconceptions about Scholarships

Change your view on scholarships
Only one in eight secondary school graduates with good grades apply for scholarships. This is because many have misconceptions about getting funding. Here are some of the common misconceptions.

Applying for Funding

The Group Discussion

Don't get nervous in group discussions
The application process for some applications includes a group discussion. The group discussion is a standard task that is aimed at assessing the behavior of applicants in group situations. Interviewers are able to directly compare candidates. In this article you will find tips on how to successfully take part in a group discussion so that you make a good impression and avoid the traps.