Scholarships for promising graduates

The scholarships provide support to promising graduates for the continuation of studies. They are funded without cost to the University, either through the budget of research projects or through funds derived from agreements or contracts entered into by the University itself.

The scholarship may last anywhere from 6  to 18 months and may be renewed once only for a total period, including the initial one, of up to 24 months.

Young graduates who, by the application deadline, are no more than 30 years old and meet the following requirements:

  • Master's degree (specialistica/magistrale, single cycle or degree awarded in accordance with the regulations in place prior to  Ministerial Decree no. 509 of 3 November 1999, as amended, awarded no more than di 3 years prior to the application deadline;

  • not hold any kind of job in the public or private sector;

  • not practice a profession or undertake paid consultancy with continuity.

The scholarship amounts to a minimum of 1,000 to a maximum of 2,000 Euros gross per month (before taxes).

The scholarship is disbursed in deferred monthly instalments, on receiving confirmation from the scientific coordinator that the recipient has completed all activities correctly. 

The scholarship is exempt from IRPEF income tax. An income statement (Certificazione Unica), reporting the non-taxable sum, is issued in any case.

Further information on disbursements may be found at LaStatale@work , a website dedicated to University personnel.

The LaStatale@work website contains all information on:

  • how to accept the scholarship

  • disbursement

  • declining the scholarship

The procedures for creating a scholarship for promising graduates may be found at LaStatale@work:

  • the scholarship proposal and the selection committee

  • minimum and maximum duration minima of the scholarship and renewal

  • comparison among scholarships for promising graduates and fellowship