Bocconi Scholarship for International Undergraduate Students 2017, Italy


Deadline:

January 20, 2017

Disciplines:

Law


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About the program

Bocconi University is committed to making higher education accessible to our students from all backgrounds worldwide. Università Bocconi offers need-based scholarships to international first year Bocconi Undergraduate Program applicants for the 2017-2018 academic year. The awarding of the scholarship takes into consideration not only the economic conditions of the students but also their academic performances; applications required.

The Bocconi Scholarship for International Students consists of a full tuition waiver, worth up to approximately € 11,500 per year.

International Undergraduate canditates applying for admission during the Discover your Talent, Winter or Spring Sessions, who are neither a resident or citizen of Italy nor have earned an Italian High School diploma in Italy or abroad,  will have the opportunity to apply for the Bocconi Scholarship for International Students by completing the online application; link found in the top right-hand corner of this page.  

The scholarship application must be submitted online by the same deadline as the one for the online admission's application (with the exception of Discover Your Talent candidates). Late applications or applications submitted for a later round will not be taken into consideration. Scholarships will be awarded by a Commission whose decision is unquestionable and final: no appeals will be considered.

Awardees will be informed of assignment shortly after admission in Bocconi; the assignment of an award will be noted on the Admission's Portal.

The evaluation will primarily be  based on the candidate’s need for aid, however, the candidates academic achievements will also be taken into consideration. The complete dossier provided to the Admissions office will be evaluated.

The Bocconi Scholarship for International Students will be automatically renewed for a maximum of 2 years (for Bachelor programs) or for 4 years (for the Law program)  provided the required minimum academic progress is met as specified in the scholarship acceptance form that must be signed and returned to the University by awardees.

The 2017-2018 Bocconi Scholarship for International Students Application Requirements and Regulations  is available following the link in top right-hand corner of this page.

Click here to review an example of the conditions attached to the Bocconi Scholarship for International Students.

Students can apply for other scholarships and they will be taken into consideration for all financial aid for which they apply, however, students can only receive one scholarship.

Università Bocconi offers need-based scholarships to international students applying to a Bachelor program or a Law Program at Bocconi for the AY 2017-2018. The awarding of the scholarship takes into consideration not only the economic conditions of the students but also their academic profiles.

THE SCHOLARSHIP

The Scholarship provides a full tuition waiver, worth approximately € 11,500.00 per year for a maximum of 3 academic years (for Bachelor programs) or 5 academic years (for the Law program). The renewal of the scholarship is subject to meeting merit criteria.
Scholarship applications must be submitted by the same deadline as that of applicant’s selected Bocconi admission’s round (with the exception of Discover Your Talent applicants); see table below.

For the AY 2017-18 recipients of the Bocconi Scholarship for International Students will not be allowed to give up this award in favour of other kinds of financial aid offered by Bocconi (including the ISU Bocconi Scholarship). They may do so, however, in the following year/s.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

Only applicants for the first year of a Bocconi Bachelor or Integrated Master of Arts in Law program who meet all the following conditions will be taken into consideration for the awarding of the scholarship:

- non-Italian citizenship;
- non-Italian residence;
- a non-Italian High School Diploma degree earned abroad or in Italy.

APPLICATION PROCESS AND AWARDING

Applicants must fill out and submit the online Bocconi Scholarship application form by 3 PM Italian time (GMT+1) on the date of the applicant’s relevant deadline; please refer to the deadlines indicated in the table below. Online applications submitted after the proper deadline will not be considered.

Please note that when filling out the online application applicants will be required to indicate the round for which he/she is applying for. In the event the round of application is changed to a following round it is the applicant’s responsibility to notify the Student Services office by email of the change prior to the new round’s application deadline. Failure to do so will result in the exclusion of the applicant’s application.

The online application will require detailed information regarding the applicant’s family economic condition. Regardless of the applicant’s individual economic status, the economic information of both of the applicant’s parents and all nuclear family members will also be taken into consideration.

Application Time Frames and communication of results

Admission’s Round

Bocconi Online Admission’s Application Deadline

Online Scholarship Application Deadline

Scholarship Results Available TBC

Enrollment Deadline TBC

Deadline to submit scholarship supporting documents TBC

Discover Your Talent

08/06/2016

10/10/2016 3 PM

02/11/2016

04/11/2016

31/01/2017

Winter

20/01/2017

20/01/2017 3PM

08/03/2017

31/03/2017

31/05/2017

Spring

07/04/2017

07/04/2017 3PM

18/05/2017

15/06/2017

31/07/2017

Applicants will be informed of the outcome of their application accessing their “Admissions Portal”.

Scholarships will be awarded by a Commission whose decision is unquestionable and final: no appeals will be considered.

PROCEDURES FOR AWARDED STUDENTS
Candidates awarded a scholarship must complete the following steps (failure to do so will result in the revocation of the scholarship: no exceptions will be made):

1) COMPLETE ENROLLMENT: enroll in Bocconi according to the timeline and methods as laid out by the Admissions Office and make the payment of the advance on the 1st installment of 2017-18 tuition and fees of approximately € 1,565.00 (it will be reimbursed approximately by the end of February 2018 by Università Bocconi, with the exception of the MAV fee);

2) ACCEPT SCHOLARSHIP: Print, fill out completely, sign, date, scan and upload in the “Admissions Portal” by the deadline for enrollment the copy of the 2017-18 Bocconi Scholarship for International Students – Undergraduate Acceptance form available in the “Admissions Portal”.

3) SEND SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS: send to the Student Services Office a complete set of the documents outlined below by the deadline for your round of Admission indicated in the table above. Documents sent to other Bocconi offices or after the deadline will not be taken into consideration.

DOCUMENTS

  •  the “summarizing form” attached to the confirmation e-mail that applicants receive when they submit the online Bocconi Scholarship for International Students application;
  •  a copy of the student’s valid passport;

FOR NON-ITALIAN INCOME AND ASSETS the following documents must be submitted in original language together with an official translated version in Italian or English and both the original and the translated version must be legalized and stamped by the relevant local Italian authority (for Italian translations) or legalized with an Apostille stamp, in countries that have signed the Hague Convention of 5 October 1961 (for Italian and/or English translations) :

  •   a document indicating the composition of the student’s family household must be provided. This document should indicate all family members (nuclear and extended) registered with the same permanent address as the applicant. Please note that the applicant’s family economic condition will be evaluated considering the applicant’s family of origin, including both parents, as well as all those listed in the official document of the composition of the student’s family household, including nuclear and extended family members with the same permanent address;

  •   a copy of income tax returns for the calendar year 2015 for all of the applicant’s family and/or household members must be provided. (If income tax returns are not produced in the student’s country statements, from each family and/or household members’ employer indicating the person’s gross income for 2015 will be considered together with a declaration from the relevant tax agency indicating that the person has no liability/obligations toward the agency/authority for the 2015 year);

  •   a declaration of gross annual income for the 2015 calendar year for each of the applicant’s family and/or household members who were employed in the 2015 year must be provided. This certification should be issued by the employer.

  •   for unemployed members a declaration of unemployment, retirement/pension, or enrollment in school/university must be provided;

  •   if one or more of the student’s family and/or household members owned a company or shares:

For companies which require a drafting of the Financial Statements (normal accounting):

 Document certifying sum of the surplus;
 Register of amortizable assets;
 Document certifying other assets or property (company current accounts, shares, etc.);

  •   if one or more of the student’s family and/or household members owned developed property as of 31/12/2015: a document indicating the relevant area in square meters of the developed property (ex: title deed) and, if any, documents certifying any mortgages on this property and the amount which has not been repaid as of 31 December 2015 must be provided;

  •   if the applicant’s family lives in a rented home/flat, a copy of the rental contract which indicates the rent must be provided;

  •   if the applicant’s family lives in a home/flat for free and the home/flat is not owned by any of the current habitants a copy of the title deed showing the full name of the owner must be provided;

  •   documentation attesting movable assets as of 31 December 2015 (bank accounts – deposit, checking and savings accounts, stocks, dividends, shareholdings, portions of assets net of any companies owned, etc) for each family and/or household member.

All information and documents provided by students will be verified. If there are any discrepancies between the data provided by the students when filling out the Bocconi Scholarship online application and the documentation sent by mail, the student will be informed and the scholarship will be revoked. Withholding information could result in disciplinary sanctions.

RENEWAL CRITERIA

The award will be renewed for a maximum of 2 academic years for Undergraduate programs and 4 academic years for the Law program to the students who meet the below criteria:

• are enrolled in the relevant academic year of their degree program and have made the advance payment on the 1st installment on tuition and fees by September 15th each year;

• meet the below merit requirements:

- 2nd year (2018-19): earn at least 44 credits by the end of the second 2017-18 summer exam session*;
- 3rd year (2019-20): earn at least 95 credits by the end of the second 2018-19 summer exam session*;
- 4th year (2020-21) Law Program: earn at least 150 credits by the end of the second 2019-20 summer exam session*;
- 5th year (2021-22) Law Program: earn at least 220 credits by the end of the second 2020-21 summer exam session*.

*Please note: the second summer exam session only refers to exams of second semester courses and does not include make up exams of first semester courses. This session usually ends in mid-June but it’s the students’ responsibility to check on time the Bocconi examination sessions calendars.

The renewal of the Bocconi Scholarship for International is not subject to the submission of economic documents each year.

For further information please contact:

Student Services Office - Piazza Sraffa, 13 – 20136 Milano - Italia e-mail: financial.aid@unibocconi.it
tel. (+39) 02.5836.2147

For more information click "Further official information" below.


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