Bocconi University is committed to making higher education accessible to our students from all backgrounds worldwide. For the 2014-2015 academic year 30 Bocconi Scholarship for International Students will be made available for first year International Graduate applicants based on their family’s economic condition.
The Bocconi Scholarship for International Students includes a full tuition waiver, worth up to € 12,000 per year.
Applicants for the first 5 “international” sessions, who are neither a resident or citizen of Italy nor have earned an Italian High School diploma in Italy or abroad, will have the opportunity to apply for the Bocconi Scholarship for International Students by completing the online application; link found in the top right-hand corner of this page. The application must be submitted online by the same date as the online admission's application. Late applications or applications submitted for a later round will not be taken into consideration. Scholarships will be awarded by a Commission whose decision is unquestionable and final: no appeals will be considered.
Awardees will be informed of assignment shortly after admission in Bocconi; the assignment of an award will be noted on the Selection Results website and an e-mail will be sent directly to applicants.
The evaluation will primarily be based on the candidate’s need for aid, however, the candidates academic achievements will also be taken into consideration. The complete dossier provided to the Admissions office will be evaluated.
The Bocconi Scholarship for International Students will be automatically renewed for the second year provided the required minimum GPA and academic progress is met as specified in the scholarship acceptance form that must be signed and returned to the University by awardees.
Link to 2014-2015 Bocconi Scholarship for International Students Application Requirements and Regulations available in the top right-hand corner of this page.
Students can apply for other scholarships and they will be taken into consideration for all financial aid for which they apply, however, students can only receive one scholarship.