Italian Government Scholarships! Through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MAECI) Scholarship Program, the Italian Government grants international scholarships in Italy.
About Italian Government Scholarships
Students are able to utilise this scholarship award to finish their academic and research programs. Students can learn in their respective subjects due to this scholarship. Students may create a better future with the help of this scholarship program from the Italian Government. Through the Study in Italy Portal, the award will be announced to the eligible students.
Applications for the Italian Government Scholarships Program 2023–24 are invited for students worldwide. Italian citizens can also apply for this scholarship program. With the help of this Scholarship, the students’ reputation and skills are totally enhanced.
Candidates from Nigeria, Morocco, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo will have access to a reserve of three scholarships for the academic year 2023–2024 if they wish to continue their studies in cooperation for development, international humanitarian law, human rights, and international relationships. Don’t miss up this chance to study in Italy through the MAECI International Scholarship Program since it will brighten your future in Europe.
- Host Country: Study in Italy | Scholarships in Italy
- Host University: Top Italian Universities in Italy
- Financial Coverage: Fully Funded
- Study Level: Master’s degree and PhD degree Research under Academic Supervision
- Scholarship Offered By: Italian Government Scholarship Program (The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MAECI))
Only applications submitted through the Study in Italy portal are accepted. The applicant must have a current passport or identification card. Under penalty of exclusion, they must submit a readable photocopy of the document at the time of registration.
Only foreign and Italian students living abroad (IRE)* who possess the academic qualifications required to register in an Italian university or institute may submit applications (more information on: https://studyinitaly.esteri.it/en/Recognition-of-qualification).
- With the exception of renewals, applicants for master’s degrees, higher education programs in the arts, music, and dance (AFAM), and advanced courses in Italian language and culture must be at least 18 years old and not older than 28 by the deadline for this call.
- With the exception of renewals, candidates for PhD programs must be at least 18 years old and not older than 30 at the time of application (born after June 9, 1992).
- By the deadline of this call, applicants for research projects under academic supervision must be at least 18 years old and not older than 40 (born after June 9, 1982).
- Applicants must provide a certification of their Italian language proficiency in order to register for a course delivered in Italian. The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) B2 level is the minimum requirement.
- Candidates who have taken an Italian language course or a course taught in Italian at a university may submit a language certification from the person in charge of the above-mentioned courses attesting to their proficiency in the language.
- Applicants must provide a language certification proving their English language proficiency in order to register in an English-taught course. The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) B2 level is the minimal requirement.
- For applicants from nations where English is an official language, a self-certification may be recognised. Candidates with a Bachelor’s degree in English may provide documentation attesting that their whole Bachelor’s degree study program was conducted in English.
- Italian proficiency is not necessary for courses delivered fully in English.
Italian language and culture advanced courses
- Candidates for Italian language and culture courses are required to submit proof of language proficiency. The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) A2 level is the minimal requirement.
- Candidates may submit a language certification from the individual in charge of the courses mentioned above attesting to the requisite level of Italian language if they were enrolled in an Italian language or Italian-taught course at the University or Italian Cultural Institute.
PhD programs and Research projects under academic supervision
- For PhD programs and research performed under academic supervision, there is no requirement for proof of language proficiency.
Fields of Study
Cooperation of Development, International Humanitarian Law, Human Rights, International Relationships, Language Courses, Short Courses, Research Studies, Italian Language/ Cultural Courses and Courses of Higher Education in Music, Dance, and Arts.
- The student will have the chance to do research with top-tier researchers and Italian universities.
- The student will get a monthly stipend of 900 euros, which will be deposited into an Italian bank account.
- Only students who demonstrate sufficient academic achievement are eligible for renewal.
- For the period of the award, students will be covered by medical insurance that MAECI has contracted to provide.
- Depending on the sort of study you chose, the scholarship may last for six or nine months.
Students have to apply online to any university by the following procedure:
- The Italian Government Scholarship application procedure is completely online. Candidates have to fulfil requirements before submitting an online application on the study in Italy website.
The procedure is given below:
- First of all create an account
- The students must fulfill the application form online
- Upload the required documents
- And submit the application before the deadline
The 9th of June 2023 is the application deadline for the Italian Government Scholarships.