Scholarships for Academic Year 2022/2023
Application Period: from June 7 to July 20, 2022
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- Application Guide
Disclaimer: This guide has been created by Tor Vergata with the purpose of supporting first-year international students in filling up DiscoLazio application, because modules are written in Italian only by the Regional Body. Students will find a screenshot of the form they have to fill out with the one-to-one fields translation. Tor Vergata is not responsible for any mistake made by the students who are pleased to carefully read the Call and related documents before starting the application.
You may apply for: scholarships, accommodation, fee reductions, study abroad periods (if already enrolled), and reductions in public transport fees. The amount of scholarships depends on several factors, including your economic situation and location.
WHEN YOU SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION, REMEMBER TO SELECT "ECONOMIA & MANAGEMENT" AMONG THE COURSES.
Important - if you are granted the scholarship - you will be able to access the scholarship funds only once enrolled.
1. Laziodisco Study grants
To facilitate capably, worthy university students without means provide a study grant to attend degree courses within the limits of the funds available. The maximum amounts are established as follows:
- € 2.481,75 for “local” students;
- € 3.598,51 for “commuter” students;
- € 6.157,74 for “non-local” students.
2. Laziodisco Lodgings
In order to reduce the inconvenience of being distant from the study site and to facilitate attendance at university courses, Laziodisu assigns, within the limits of availability, for a period not exceeding ten months, lodgings in its structures to those registered no later than 31 July 2023. Only “non-local students” registered at universities with registered campuses in Lazio Region may apply for lodgings.
3. Contributions to international mobility
Students who are beneficiaries of Laziodisu study grants, registered at universities in the Lazio Region, including those noted to doctoral courses, have the right, within the limits of availability of funds, to integrate the grant for participation in international mobility programs only once in each degree cycle.
4. Required Documents
Also, remember that to fill out the application, you will need to have a Fiscal Code (Italian Codice Fiscale); you can obtain the fiscal code at the Italian Diplomatic Authority in your country of residence if you are not in Italy.
If you don't own a Fiscal Code yet, please check Laziodisco tutorials.
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