In collaboration with the Mario Gasbarri Foundation, Luiss Guido Carli University is giving full-tuition scholarships for Masters study in the academic year 2022/23.
Since 1984, the Mario Gasbarri Foundation has maintained a close connection with the educational community throughout the nation in order to promote the meeting of theory and practice. As a result, the Mario Gasbarri Foundation renews agreements with the greatest colleges in Italy every year, combining economic assistance programs for worthy and well-prepared young people.
The waiver is only available to students enrolling for the first year of the master’s degree program in Law, Digital Innovation, and Sustainability (LDIS) in the 2022/2023 academic year, and it may be renewed for the second year of the program if all conditions are met.
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Worth of Scholarship
The scholarship is worth € 12,600 (twelve thousand six hundred euros) and comes with a complete tuition price remission from the university.
Mario Gasbarri Foundation Masters Scholarships | Eligibility Criteria
This competition is accessible to students who will have completed all of their undergraduate examinations by the deadline, with the exception of the final degree test for students who are still in the process of graduating.
If the student is from a non-Italian university, the credits and grades will be compared to those awarded in the Italian university system: for this purpose, the application form must be accompanied by a Transcript of Records indicating the Grade Point Average (GPA) and a document explaining the student’s university’s/grading country’s system.
All attachments must be written in either English or Italian, otherwise, the student will be disqualified from the competition.
How to Apply for the Mario Gasbarri Foundation Masters Scholarships
Applications must be filed online via the Financial Aid and Scholarships websites at the University.
The application form must be supported by the following documents, which must be attached to the application:
Self-certification/official certification of examinations done with related grades for students arriving from another Italian institution. Students must also record on the form all exams they have taken up to July 1, 2021, along with the associated grades and credits, in order to display the weighted average on which the score will be calculated during the application process (NB: exams with a simple pass-fail grade do not count towards calculating the average).
Transcript of Records and Documents for students arriving from another institution in another country
describing the grading system that was used;
a curriculum vitae (CV) written in either Italian or English;
In Italian or English, write a statement of intent.