Undergraduate and postgraduate scholarships
Study in Italy
Deadline: 30th April, 2018
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation offers grants in favor of foreign citizens not residing in Italy and Italian citizens living abroad (IRE).
The amount and duration of each scholarship can vary according to the type and level of the course selected (master of science, PhD, 1st and 2nd level specializing master, specialization schools, research under academic supervision).
In order to apply for MAECI scholarships, candidates who enroll to courses held in Italian must possess an Italian language certificate level B2.
Candidates who enroll to university courses held in English must refer to the language requirements of the specific University.
Scholarships are offered for the following courses:
- Master of science
- Research under academic supervision
International students are eligible.
Scholarship applications must be submitted by non-resident aliens and Italian citizens living abroad (IRE) who have the appropriate educational background to enroll in an Italian university / institute.
Candidates for the Master / Higher Education Program in Arts, Music and Dance (AFAM) Italian Language and Culture Program / Course Not more than 28 years of age for the duration of this call. except for extensions.
An applicant for a Doctorate Program must not be over 30 years of age on the date of this call, except in the case of renewal.
Applicants for Research Projects under student supervision should not be over 40 years of age at the end of this call.
Applicants for university courses in English must consult the specific language requirements of the university. Applicants must provide a certificate of proficiency in Italian. The minimum required is B2 under the Common European Framework for Languages (CEFR). Proof of Italian proficiency is not required for full English courses.
In this case, the applicant must provide a language certificate of their English proficiency. The minimum required is B2 under the Common European Framework for Languages (CEFR).
For Italian language and culture courses, applicants must provide a certificate of their Italian level. The minimum required is A2 under the Common European Framework for Languages (CEFR).
How to apply
Interested applicants should complete the application form (link provided below)