Application is now open for the University of Pisa DSU Scholarship. Interested applicants are encouraged to send their applications in before the deadline date.
About the University of Pisa and Scholarship
One of the oldest institutions in Europe is the University of Pisa (Italian: Università di Pisa, UniPi), which was formally established in 1343.
The University of Pisa DSU Scholarship is offered by the Agenzia Regionale Diritto allo Studio Universitario – DSU, which administers the Regional Council of Tuscany’s (Regione Toscana) University Study Right.
Details about the University of Pisa DSU Scholarship:
Scholarship Sponsor: University of Pisa, Italy
Scholarship Value: Fully funded
Number of awards: N/A
Study level: Undergraduate
Host Institution(s): University of Pisa, Italy
A DSU grant comprises free housing, free meals in the university dining halls, a contribution toward supplementary costs (such as books or sports activities), and a waiver of university tuition fees.
In the first academic year only, recipients of DSU funds are also eligible to receive additional merit-based grants allocated by the University of Pisa, as long as the benefit does not exceed €6,000.
Eligibility Criteria for the University of Pisa DSU Scholarship
Applicants are advised to meet the following condition to be eligible for the University of Pisa DSU Scholarship:
- Students who, if they do not already possess a qualification of the same level of education, are either seeking to enroll in or are currently enrolled in a degree program at the University of Pisa.Students who, if they do not already possess a qualification of the same level of education, are either seeking to enroll in or are currently enrolled in a degree program at the University of Pisa.
Interview Date, and Process for the University of Pisa DSU Scholarship
On the DSU Toscana website, the annual call for applications for DSU scholarships is posted in July. The DSU Scholarship application deadline is Friday, September 6, 2023, for the academic year 2023–2024. The ranking for the initial application solely takes the yearly family income into account. The ranking for succeeding years also considers academic achievement.
Result and Final Ranking
One rating list is created by the DSU which includes both Italian and international students. Every year, around the end of September, final ranking lists are often released. Every year, the final rankings are typically certified by the end of November. The allocation of grant results will be made public on the website www.dsu.toscana.it and made accessible in the students’ areas. Personal written correspondence with applicants regarding results is not permitted.
Application Process for the University of Pisa DSU Scholarship
Application is only accepted online through Sportello Studente before the call’s deadline (which is typically announced in July of each year). Even if the student is not yet enrolled, the application can still be filed. Only one academic year is covered by the award. As a result, each academic year, students must submit a new application.
International students (with income abroad) are required to apply online, print the receipt available in their area, and send it following the instructions provided by the admission call, attaching a document certifying the family’s economic status and a copy of an official identification document. This is to be eligible for the services offered by the DSU (Scholarship, Services Scholarship, Grant for Disabled Students, Extraordinary Contribution, Subsidized Canteen Prices, etc.). If you open this webpage and want further information in English, click Announcement Scholarship in the right column, next to Bando a.a. 2023–2024.
A unique declaration that must be completed by EU students may be obtained following the online application procedure.
Students from underdeveloped non-EU nations must verify that their families do not have a high standard of living. One of the following organizations must release this certificate:
- Italian diplomatic missions abroad;
- Diplomatic missions (consulates or embassies) of the nation of origin in Italy
Please keep in mind that the Italian Prefettura must legalize the certificate.
Students must produce all papers that have been legally translated into Italian and attested to by the appropriate Italian diplomatic agents of their home country or following applicable international legalization standards. These documents must be connected to:
- real estate;
- family status;
- movable assets.
You may find more details here.
The Application Deadline is: September 6, 2023
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