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Tuesday, 28 March 2017
Call for Applications, The Galilean School of Higher Education in Padova, Italy
Deadline: 22 May 2017
Open to: non-Italian citizens (both from UE and outside UE), residing
Scholarship: free canteen and dormitory, contribution for books up until
1000 euros, refund for flight tickets per each year, etc.
The University of Padova, one of the most ancient
universities in the world, has a long tradition in the promotion of excellence
of its students, regardless their nationality, gender, beliefs, or interests.
Accordingly, every year the University of Padova promotes a program of
excellence, the Galilean School of Higher Education. The school is named in
honor of Galileo Galilei, the founder of modern Physics and Astronomy, who came
to Padova in 1592, when he was 28 years old; the college where the School is
hosted, Collegio Morgagni, takes its name from Giovanni Battista Morgagni, one
of the founders of modern Medicine, who came to Padova in 1711, when he was 29
years old. Both men shared a great passion for all activities of the human
mind, across a broad range of disciplines including literature, music, natural
sciences. Such passion for excellence and a broad vision have deeply been
rooted in the University of Padova throughout its history. At the Galilean
School of Higher Education, students are recruited in the areas of Humanities
(Classe di Scienze Morali), Natural Sciences (Classe di Scienze Naturali) and
Social Sciences (Classe di Scienze Sociali).
In addition to the regular students, the Galilean School of
Higher Education recruits up to four highlymotivated foreign students, who can
enrol in a 2-years program towards the Master Degree (Second
Cycle Degree, Laurea Magistrale)
Several Second Cycle Degrees (Laurea Magistrale) programs
are entirely taught in English: please visit the webpage here for
Many other Second Cycle Degrees, although not entirely
taught in English, have several courses delivered in English. For details, you
can check this list (slight
changes can be expected for the academic year 2017- 2018).
Non-Italian citizens (both from UE and outside UE), residing
OUTSIDE Italy. Applicants must hold a Bachelor degree (or obtain it before July
31, 2017) and not be older than 26 before the application’s deadline (22 May
2017). All applicants must also enroll in a Second Cycle Degree (2-years Master
Degree, in Italian Laurea Magistrale), following the application procedures and
deadlines in the admission notices (admission bulletins), available from this link
Please, pay particular attention to the application
deadlines, as they are 26 April 2017 for most English-taught Second Cycle
Degrees. Be aware, that you cannot enroll to the Galilean School if you are not
admitted and enrolled to a Second Cycle Degree at the University of
The School will reimburse one round trip ticket from/to the
country of origin (economy class) up to 1.500,00 Euros for each Academic Year,
and cover the cost of books and miscellaneous documented expenses of
educational nature, authorized and within reasonable limits.
The School will provide free room and board in the University
student houses and canteens.
The School reserves the right to assign a grant up to
5.000,00 Euros to the admitted students, as a contribution towards personal
living expenses; this grant is subjected to the economic availability of the
School and to the evaluation by a specific committee; no other scholarships
will be compatible with this grant.
The on-line procedure requires the uploading of the
a copy of the passport (or identity card only for EU
a certified copy (on headed paper, signed and stamped by the
awarding Institution) of the academic transcript of records in English with the
indication of ECTS credits or the indication of the grading scale used by the
Institution, if ECTS grading is not available. The transcript may be replaced
by the Diploma Supplement, if available;
a copy of the First Level University Diploma (Bachelor
Degree). If a Bachelor Degree hasn’t been obtained yet before the application
deadline, the applicant must attach an official letter of the Home Institution,
stating that the candidate is registered as a Bachelor student and that he will
earn his/her Bachelor degree before July 31, 2017 (the date of graduation would
Curriculum Vitae in English (a template can be downloaded here).
Please, indicate a valid skype address in the CV.
In order to apply, .
If you have any questions, check the or write to: firstname.lastname@example.org.