Scholarships in Italy

Country: Italy

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Scholarships in Italy

Benefit from a scholarship in Italy
Italy has a wealth of beauty and history. There are nearly a hundred universities in Italy and higher learning academies and institutions. 80% of them are public and the other 20% are private. As an exception, one of them is a partly owned by a private organization and the government.

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Funding for your studies in Italy

University of Genoa (Genoa/Italy) Total fees exemption for students with disabilitiesns / 72 months
University of Ferrara (Ferrara/Italy) Students Recruitment for paid activities90€ / 10 months
University of Milan - BICOCCA (Milan/Italy) Scholarships for Students enrolled in years subsequent to the first267€ / 60 months
Autostrade per l'italia Scholarship "Autostrade per l'Italia"500€ / 12 months
University of Bari (Bari/Italy) Scholarshipsns / 36 months
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Funding for studying a year / a semester abroad

European Commission Erasmus Mundus Action 2: Experts4Asia - Marecons / ns
ER.GO - Regional Agency for the right to study Grants to accademico-formativi/professionali paths in Italy and abroad related to regional development objectives500€ / 4 months
University of Florence (Florence/Italy) Subsify for incentiveto mobility - Hondurasns / 4 months
E.R.S.U. of Macerata Scholarships for International Mobility500€ / 6 months
LUISS Business School MBA International Scholarships for Women16000€ / ns
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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.