University Scholarships and GrantsServizi
The University Scholarships and Grants Office provides the following services of the University of Verona:
- student fees reduction, based on the student’s family income
- benefits for deserving students
- ‘part-time student collaborations’ ('150 hours')
- university scholarships and grants
The Office is also responsible for overseeing the processes relating to student fees for cultural, sport and leiseure activities for students, liaising with ESU and Veneto Region for any aspects related to university scholarships and grants, and with the Italian Finance Police (Guardia di Finanza) for performing checks on the applicants’ declarations of income and assets.
University fees paid by students to the University are used to cover costs for teaching, scientific and administrative services. The instalments determined by the University are in line with the ‘Regulations on Student Fees’”, which deal with the following: ISEEU, CFU credits, enrolment (normal duration, or beyond the normal duration of the programme), type of degree programmes, benefits for students.
For further information see the Student fees prospectus (in Italian).
What is an ISEE statement?
The ISEE statement is a report outlining the financial situation of a family: this typically takes into account the type and composition of your household, as well as your family’s income and assets. To apply for the services provided by this Office you will need to submit an ISEE for University statement.
Students may apply for student fees reduction based on their ISEE for University statement. This means students may be awarded a contribution towards their university fees through a reduction of their second and third instalments, and the reimbursement of the first part of fees paid within the first instalment. Students may apply for such benefits by submitting a Benefits Application Form (DUB), available online in the ESSE3 system (see section ‘Segreteria’).
WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO SUBMIT A DUB?
Also students who have not yet completed their registration at the University (for instance, those who have taken an admission exam/test to apply for a limited access degree programme, and are waiting for the results) can apply by submitting a Benefits Application Form (DUB). When completing the DUB, students must include all benefits they intend to apply for: if applying for several benefits with different deadlines, they will have to submit their DUB by the earliest deadline.