Call for 13 scholarships for international students of the University of Turin
The University of Turin will provide 13 one-year scholarships to deserving international students willing to enrol in UniTO for the first year of a second cycle degree, a.y. 2016-2017.
New deadline: applications will close on Friday, September 2nd, 2016 at 3 p.m. (Italian date and hour).
Scholarships are dedicated to students who, apart from their citizenship, have obtained their entrance requirement (first cycle degree or equivalent qualification) abroad from an educational institution working outside the Italian system.
Applications will be evaluated on the basis of the GRE (Revised General Test) test results. If you don’t have a GRE test result, youcannot apply for the scholarship.
You can send your GRE scores to the University of Turin using UI Code 7417.
Check ETS website for information
Details about scholarships at the university of Turin
The total amount of the scholarship is 9,000 euro, 750 euro per month for 12 months, gross of all charges for the beneficiary’s account.
Applications are admitted just for first year enrolment, applicants enrolled with a shortening of course will not be accepted.
These study grants are not cumulative with study grants issued under the Erasmus Mundus and Erasmus Plus programmes and study grants issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MAECI) and the Regional Board for the Right to Higher Studies (EDISU).
PRONABEC Scholarships for Peruvian students
The University of Turin is partner of the Peruvian National Program for Scholarships and Educational Loans (PRONABEC). PRONABEC offers international postgraduate scholarships "Becas Presidente de la República" for Peruvian citizens residing in Peru. Scholarships will be available for full-time masters programs and PhD programs. Full details of the scholarship programme can be found through the PRONABEC website.
You can find more information in attached documents below.
For the guidelines and more detailed information please click on "Further Official Information" below.
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