According to the same requirements of financial means and/or merit, all international students in Italy are eligible for the same Scholarships In Italy as Italian students. International students can apply for government scholarships at the national and regional levels. Additionally, certain Italian universities provide overseas students with Italian scholarship programs. According to the same requirements of financial means and/or merit, all international students in Italy are eligible for the same financial support programs as Italian students. International students can apply for government scholarships at the national and regional levels. Additionally, certain Italian universities provide overseas students with Italian scholarship programs.
Both foreigners and Italians living abroad are given scholarships by the Italian government to study there (IRE). The following course types are eligible for the scholarships: Master’s Degree (Laurea Magistrale 2° Ciclo), AFAM courses (Higher Education in Arts, Music, and Dance), PhD program, Progetti in co-Tutela (Research under Academic Supervision), and Italian Language and Culture Courses. The scholarship covers the cost of education, health insurance, and a monthly stipend. Only three, six, or nine-month scholarships are open for application.
Scholarship amount and length:
Tuition Fees Depending on the policies of each university, grant recipients may not be required to pay enrollment and tuition fees. The payment of enrollment fees is required for all Italian language and culture courses; exemptions are not given.
Medical and Health Insurance
For the term of the project, grantees will be protected by a health, medical, and accident insurance plan that MAECI has arranged. Events resulting from existing physical and psychological problems are not covered by insurance.
Grantees will receive a monthly allowance of 900 Euros, paid in their Italian bank account, on a quarterly basis.
Depending on the sort of study, the duration of the scholarship can be either six or nine months. Only applicants who demonstrate satisfactory academic improvement are eligible for renewal.
Only international students who are neither residents of Italy or Italian citizens (IRE)* and who possess the necessary academic credentials to enrol in an Italian university or institute may submit an application. For further information, go to this link.
limits on age
With the sole exception of renewals, candidates for the Master’s Degree/Higher Education in Arts, Music, and Dance (AFAM) Programmes/Italian Language and Culture Courses should not be older than 28 years and 364 days by the deadline.
Except for renewals, candidates for PhD programs shall not have reached the age of 30 years and 364 days by the application deadline.
By the deadline, applicants for research projects with academic supervision should not be older than 40 years and 364 days.
Language proficiency and abilities
Applicants must provide a certificate proving their Italian language proficiency in order to register for an Italian-taught course. Within the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, level B2 is the minimal requirement (CEFR). Candidates may submit a language certification from a language teacher employed by a university department if they have taken an Italian course at the institution.
Applicants must provide a language certificate proving their English language competency in order to enrol in an English-taught course. Within the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, level B2 is the minimal requirement (CEFR). Candidates from nations where English is an official language and who are applying for courses taught solely in English may be approved with a self-certification. Italian language skills are not necessary for courses that are exclusively taught in English.
Candidates for Italian language and culture courses are required to submit a copy of their language competency certificate. Within the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, level A2 is the minimal requirement (CEFR).
There is no requirement for proof of language fluency for PhD programs or research projects under the direction of academics.
EDISU Piemonte Scholarships (Scholarships In Italy)
Students, including non-EU international students, may apply for EDISU scholarships if they meet the competition’s economic and merit requirements and are enrolled full-time in a Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree, Single Cycle Master’s degree, or PhD degree program at one of the Piedmont universities (i.e., Politecnico di Torino, University of Torino, University of Eastern Piedmont). Students who are enrolled in a bachelor’s program part-time may apply. The amount of the scholarship fluctuates based on a number of factors. Non-resident students may also receive housing services.
Study grants are available from the University of Bologna to meritorious international students who intend to enrol in First Cycle (Bachelor), Second Cycle (Master), or Single Cycle Degree Programs. Each study stipend is worth a total of €11,059 and waives all tuition fees for one academic year.
Additionally, the University of Padua offers exceptionally gifted applicants who choose to pursue a first- or second-cycle degree at Padova that is taught in English. The scholarship comes with an €8,000 living expense allocation as well as free tuition.
The University of Pavia will grant 150 tuition fee waivers, exempting all foreign students enrolling in specific degree programs for the academic year 2022–2023, in an effort to increase the number of international students and promote the development of a more globally connected society.