“STAR-Students At Risk” A.Y. 2021/2022 Developing Countries and Syria, Iraq and Pakistan
The University of Brescia is organising for the academic year 2021/2020 a competitive examination for the assignment of No. 5 Scholarships of € 5,750.00 gross each per year limited to the normal duration of the study programme, reserved for applicants enrolled in a Bachelor’s degree programme (three-year) or a Master’s Degree programme (two-year) indicated in Annex 1 and coming from a developing country pursuant to Decree No.62/2020 of the Ministry of Universities and Research (MUR), or from Syria, Iraq and Pakistan.
The scholarships shall be distributed among applicants as follows:
1. Among Bachelor’s degree programmes and Master’s degree programmes based on the number and attributes of the applications received;
2. to favour geographic representation.
Requirements to be met on the application submission deadline
1. Be resident and domiciled in a Developing Country pursuant to MUR Decree No.62/2020 of 6 May 2020 or in Syria, Iraq and Pakistan.
2. Be a national of a Developing Country pursuant to MIUR Decree No.62/2020 of 6 May 2020 or in Syria, Iraq and Pakistan.
3. Holding a valid qualification obtained abroad, which is suitable for the chosen Bachelor’s or Master's Degree Programme.
- for Bachelor's degree programmes, a final upper secondary school qualification obtained after at least 12 years of schooling and comparable to the 4th level of EQF1 is required, allowing admission to higher education in the country where it was obtained;
- For Master's degree programmes, an academic qualification comparable to the first cycle QFEHEA2 / 6th level EQF3 and enabling admission to the next level of higher education in the country in which it was obtained is required. It should be noted that applicants intending to obtain the qualification by 20 June 2021 will also be admitted.
4. Register for the first time with an Italian University
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