Opportunity ID 111914
Degree BachelorNon Degree Program/Certificate
Language Requirement Other
No. of Opportunity 3
Fields of study Different
Opportunity Type : Fully FundedPartially Funded
Duration One year
Language of Instruction English
Applications are now open for the first and single cycle degree programs offered by the University of Bologna, Italy to international students. The program is called “University of Bologna (Unibo) Action 1&2 – SAT for international students registering for First and Single Degree programs at the Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna”. The university has designed 3 grants and tuition fee allowances to encourage international students to enroll in its degree programs. Furthermore, the program requires students to have or take SAT scores for admission.
Note: The SAT, GRE and TOLC are aptitude and skills assessment tests that can be taken in authorized centers in many countries around the world and online (should this modality be offered by the managing institutions). You must register for the tests on the websites of managing institutions as you do for TOEFL.
Application deadline: different for each cal 29 April 2022 and 31 May at 12.00 PM CET
Host institution: University of Bologna
Result notification: May 2022
Academic year: 2022-23
Program: First and single cycle degree program
Duration: Each Unibo Action 2&1 grant is awarded for one academic year but there is a possibility of extension.
The university has designed the following benefits and has termed them (Action 1 &2):
- 3 study grants worth €11.059 each (Unibo Action 2)
- Full tuition fee waivers for a total amount of €20.000 (Unibo Action 1).
Note: these benefits cannot be granted to students who register in multiple or joint programs for which the fees have to be paid to a partner university other than UniBo.
Applicants fulfilling the following criteria are eligible to apply:
- Have obtained a degree issued by an external higher education institution other than an Italian one necessary for admission to the selected First and Single-cycle degree program.
- Or, have completed a degree at an Italian institute outside of Italy after at least two years of attendance.
- The applicants can apply regardless of their citizenship;
- Fulfill the admission conditions for the degree program of choice or will meet such requirements at the time of registration for the academic year;
- Do not possess the status of current students undertaking any First, Single or Second Cycle degree programs at the University of Bologna.
- Have not been or are not already in possession of the Unibo Action 2 study grant or the Unibo Action 1 waiver;
- Are not 30 years or higher as of the deadline of this publication (30 April 2021).
Grants and waivers awarding criteria
These study grants and waivers are given on the basis of SAT (Scholastic Assessment Test) results: the sections “Evidence-Based Reading and Writing” and “Maths” must be included.
Tests’ date should not be earlier than 30 April 2016, otherwise, they won’t be acceptable.
The minimum scores required are:
- 950 (considering a total of both sections)
How to apply?
Application is online; therefore, qualified candidates must submit an online application using the application website below.
Note: First-time users of the site must register and create an account for themselves providing their exact registration details according to their passport/ID Card and complete other steps as instructed.
Applicants must submit the following documents with their application:
- a copy of their currently valid passport;
- a copy of their unofficial SAT score report comprising both sections; besides, applicants must also send their official SAT score reports through College Board. The official scores must be received by the University of Bologna no later than the application deadline stipulated above.
- A diploma and/or certificate affirming the qualification necessary for admission to the chosen degree programme, or school report cards of the last two years.
- Students who have not graduated from a course by the application submission deadline may provide a certificate of registration and school report cards of the previous school year.
Note1: All documents presented by applicants must be in English, Italian, French or Spanish. In case they are in other languages, they must be translated into one of the above 4 languages.
Note2: All information on the field must be properly filled, and the required documents must be submitted.
Note3: Documents should be submitted in PDF format.
For more detailed information about the program, visit the Call for Application in PDF.
Or, please contact the International Desk of the Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna, Via Tel. +39 051 2099584 – 051 2099529 – 051 2099055 – 051 2099510 or firstname.lastname@example.org.