July 2, 2016

University of Bologna Study Grants (€11,000) for Undergraduate and Graduate Students to Study in Italy

Study Grants for International Students (Unibo action 2)

Course(s) Offered: All fields
Course Level: Undergraduate (bachelors), Postgraduate (masters, PhD)
Provider: University of Bologna
Country to Study in: Italy

Scholarship Description
The University of Bologna offers Study Grants to deserving International Students who wish to register for First Cycle (Bachelors), Second Cycle (Masters) or Single Cycle Degree Programmes at the University of Bologna.

Unibo Action 2 study grants are assigned on the basis of SAT and GRE test scores.

If you are an international student, of any nationality, in possession of (or about to obtain) a qualification from an institute outside of the Italian system, you may apply for an annual study grant. This is the invitation for the Academic Year 2016-2017.

University of Bologna Study Grants (Unibo Action 2)

Eligibility
You can apply for Unibo Action 2 if:
  • you are in possession of (or about to obtain) a valid qualification for access to your chosen Degree Programme, issued by an Institution outside of the Italian system;
  • you will sit one of the following tests by the application deadline:
    • SAT (if you are interested in registering in a First or Single Cycle Degree Programme)
    • GRE (if you are interested in registering in a Second Cycle Degree Programme)
SAT and GRE test are aptitude and skills assessment tests. The tests can be sat in authorised centres in various countries around the world; they are held in English. You must enrol for the tests on the websites of the organisations managing the tests.

The codes needed to send test scores to the University of Bologna are: for SAT 6993; for GRE 7850.

Eligible groups
Citizens of ANY nationality (i.e. from any country in the world) are eligible

Participating Institutions
University of Bologna, Italy

Fields of study
All undergraduate and postgraduate level degree programmes offered at the University

Number of awards
Not specified by the provider

Sponsorship duration
For the current Academic Year (i.e. one academic year).

Renewal of Unibo Action 2 study grants awarded in A.Y. 2015/16:
The University of Bologna makes available some Unibo Action 2 study grants for A.Y. 2016/17 for students who received a Unibo Action 2 grant for A.Y. 2015/16.

Only students complying with the requirements established in the calls for applications Unibo Action 2 A.Y. 2015/16 for the payment of the third instalment of the study grant will be eligible to take part in the selection.

Students must apply within the set deadline.

Scholarship benefits
This annual study grant is worth €11,000 gross (Unibo action 2).

Method of Application
The call for applications will be published by January 2013 and by the deadline for receipt of applications you must already have passed the SAT or GRE tests.

For detailed information on application requirements and procedures for this scholarship, please visit the official website (link found below).

DEADLINES:
For first session:
Publication of the call for applications: January 2015
Presentation of applications: by 31 March 2015
Publication of results: April 2015

For second session:
Publication of the call for applications: May 2016
Presentation of applications: by 15 July 2016
Publication of results: July 2016

PLEASE NOTE:
Students must apply within the set deadline.

You must sit the SAT or GRE test by the deadline for receipt of applications. The only useful date for sitting the SAT test outside of the U.S.A. is 23/01/2016 (registration deadline: 28/12/2015).

Application Deadline: 15 July 2016
Open for International Students: Yes

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1 comment:

  1. Interesting to see how this will shape up in the future. At the moment, most people applying to B-school with the GRE are those who are also using their GRE scores to apply to specialized master's programs in other business areas

    ETS GRE

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