The University of Bologna in Italy invites applications for Scholarships at Collegio Superiore for undergraduate students in the 2021/22 academic year.
The Collegio Superiore offers an interdisciplinary training course to selected students enrolled in a degree course at the University of Bologna. The College is accessed only through competition and admission is based on merit.
Worth of Award
In the academic year 2020/21 and in the academic year 2021/22, students admitted to the Collegio Superiore benefit from the following benefits and concessions:
- financial contribution to partially cover food and study expenses (€ 2,650.00);
- exemption from taxes and contributions for enrollment in study courses (with the exception of stamp duty, insurance costs and regional tax);
- accommodation and related services offered in the spaces of the Higher Education Residences;
- tutoring by high-profile teachers of the University of Bologna in the disciplinary area of collegiate students;
- interdisciplinary training through courses and seminars supplementary to the university course;
- national and international exchanges with other institutes of excellence;
- active participation in the promotion and organization of non-teaching cultural activities.
- The Call is open to Italian and international students and students who will enrol for the first time in the first year of a Bachelor’s or Single-cycle Degree Course at the Alma Mater Studiorum – the University of Bologna for the academic year.
- Registration must be the first-ever.
- For the academic year 2021/2022, the following are available for admission to the Collegio Superiore:
- n. 9 places for the humanistic-economic disciplinary area
- n. 9 places for the technical-scientific disciplinary area
How to Apply
To register for the selection it is necessary to register on Studenti Online and follow the procedure indicated in the announcement.
The admission procedure includes:
- a preselective test through TOLC-I (in Italian) and/or TOLC-SU ;
- a written test (2 papers on a humanistic-economic topic and a technical-scientific topic; 3 open-ended questions on topics of general, scientific, literary, political-institutional and juridical-economic culture);
- an oral exam (to ascertain the possession of broad and qualified culture and to evaluate the skills and attitudes relevant to face the studies of the Collegio Superiore).
The first 60 candidates for each Area will be admitted to the written test.
As communicated in the notice, the tests will take place remotely, the methods of taking and the procedures for participating in the remote tests will be defined later and will be published on the Collegio Superiore website at least 15 days before the tests.
Deadline: The application deadline is June 15, 2021, at 1.00 pm (Italian time).