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Italian government scholarships for foreign students

 

Italian government scholarships

In recent years, Italy has attracted a lot of attention from those interested in studying in Europe. Undoubtedly, one of the reasons for this interest is the existence of an Italian government scholarships for foreign students. A scholarship that has made Italy the only country that pays tuition and living allowances to students interested in studying in Italy without a resume. This article introduces the Italian government scholarships for foreign students and how to receive it. Please follow us to the end of the article.

The Italian Government Scholarship is awarded to the student based on the income of the student’s family and the financial situation of the head of the family.

The provincial scholarship paid by the province where the student is studying in Italy is awarded to students who do not have a high income in their home country and are unable to pay tuition or live in Italy. With this scholarship, students can pay all or part of the tuition fees. This scholarship is paid only on the basis of financial documents provided by the student and does not require any academic resume or isi articles.

The Italian government scholarships for foreign students amounts to € 5,200 in cash plus a 70% discount on accommodation, self-service and a traffic card. Student tuition in this scholarship will be completely eliminated and students will not pay a fee for tuition. In some cities, if a student is given a dormitory, the cost of the dormitory is automatically deducted from the scholarship amount and the student is paid 2,500 to 3,000 euros.

The first step to getting a scholarship is to get a definite admission from one of Italy’s public universities. After that, the student must prepare the scholarship documents (income of the head, family members, residence status, etc.) in order to receive the provincial scholarship.

By submitting these documents, the student describes his / her living conditions and applies for a scholarship. Read More

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