Deadline: 31 May 2019
Open to: candidates who hold a Laurea Magistrale or equivalent foreign academic degree (Master of Arts, Master of Sciences) in the following areas: Economics, Management, Finance, Industrial Engineering, Public Administrations, Public Communication, Economics for the Environment and Culture
Benefits: EUR 15,343.28 yearly scholarship
LIUC – Università Cattaneo is an independent, state-recognised institution situated in the Greater Milan area (Castellanza).
It was founded in 1991 by 300 enterpreneurs united in the common goal of a new project for higher education, close to the world of business and professional and with a new teaching model. This has been the hallmark of LIUC since the beginning.
The University is housed in a nineteenth century cotton mill which was beautifully restored by the world famous Italian architect Aldo Rossi, winner of the Pritzker Award for Architecture and is surrounded by over 60,000 square metres of parkland.
Today, its three Schools: Economics and Management, Industrial Engineering, and Law offer BSc and MSc degree courses that are delivered in Italian and in English.
LIUC shares close links with over 100 universities in diverse countries all over the world.
The University’s aim is to create a multi-cultural atmosphere in which Italian and international students can grow and flourish both academically and socially.
Its Halls of Residence make LIUC a unique example of an international Campus in Italy.
The aim of the scholarship is to prepare students primarily research-oriented careers in academia, but also for multinational companies, public and private organizations, financial institutions, so that they can interpret business phenomena in an integrated way.
Applications are received from candidates who hold a Laurea Magistrale or equivalent foreign academic degree (Master of Arts, Master of Sciences), or who expects to achieve such a qualification by 31 October 2019 in the following areas: Economics, Management, Finance, Industrial Engineering, Public Administrations, Public Communication, Economics for the Environment and Culture. Applications from candidates holding degrees in areas other than those listed above, but whose education and experience demonstrate knowledge of the subjects of the Program will be considered and assessed by the Admission Panel.
Applicants in possession of foreign titles which have not yet been declared equivalent to the corresponding Italian degree should submit, as part of their applications, a written request for a declaration of this equivalence solely for the purpose of admission to the PhD Program and should accompany the application with all the documents necessary for the Commission to evaluate the eligibility.
The current amount of the scholarship is EUR 15,343.28 yearly, before social security and health insurance contributions, to be paid by the recipient. Extra financial assistance will be provided for the research activities abroad.
Eligible applicants should complete an online scholarship application.
For more information, please visit the official web page.