Deadline : April 30, 2020 .
Apply for the University of Turin Scholarship Program in Italy 2020. The University of Turin funds 15 two-year scholarships in order to support deserving students for enrolment, accommodation and living costs. Scholarships are awarded to international students enrolling for a.y. 2020-21 on the first year of a postgraduate degree program offered by the University of Turin.
The University of Turin is one of the most ancient and prestigious Italian Universities. Hosting over 74.000 students and with 120 buildings in different areas in Turin and in key places in Piedmont, the University of Turin can be considered as “city-within-a-city”, promoting culture and producing research, innovation, training and employment. The University of Turin is today one of the largest Italian Universities, open to international research and training.
In order to be admitted and enrol in the chosen programme, non-EU students residing abroad must respect VISA procedures and deadlines concerning the access of foreign students to Italian university courses set in the Regulations issued by the competent Italian Ministry
The successful candidates will receive the following benefits:
- Each scholarship amounts to 9,000 euros per year, gross of all charges for the beneficiary’s account.
- The awarding of 9,000 euros for the second year is subject to the achievement of academic merit requirements.
To be eligible, you need to fulfill the following criteria:
- You must hold a valid qualification obtained in a foreign education system providing access to a postgraduate degree program
- You do not have Italian citizenship
- You are not residing in Italy.
- The 15 two-year scholarships will be awarded to students from different nationalities as described below:
- 3 scholarships for international students with Mexican citizenship
- 3 scholarships for international students with Japanese citizenship
- 4 scholarships for international students with one of the following citizenships: Algeria, Cameroon, Gabon; Mali, Morocco, Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Senegal and Tunisia
- 5 scholarships for international students with any other citizenship different from those listed above.
- You must hold valid qualifications giving access to the chosen master’s degree programme by November 15th 2020, provided by an institution outside of the Italian education system
- You have never been enrolled in any first, second or one-long-cycle degree programme at the University of Turin
- You are 29 years old or younger and you are NOT an Italian Citizen and are NOT residing in Italy
Plaese Note: Applications will be evaluated on the basis of the GRE General Test results (all sections included).
Different weightings can be given to the different sections of the tests according to the subject area of the candidates’ chosen degree programme. In order to apply for scholarships, students must have successfully passed all test sections with the following minimum scores:
- Verbal Reasoning: 140/170
- Quantitative Reasoning: 140/170
- Analytical Writing: 3.5/6.