“Scholarships for Newcomers” Extraordinary opportunity for 2020-21 academic year
Our University subsidises ALL of our students financially. Each student receives a grant to the value of 1/3 of the academic fee that he or she pays to the University (or, in other words, the fees each student pays only cover 66%, at most, of what their education costs). We do this to ensure that our students, whatever the circumstances of their countries of origin, will be able to study with us and learn the truths of our Catholic faith.
But during this difficult time, marked with the Covid-19 pandemic, and thanks to external donations, we want to offer further, extraordinary help to the students who want to start their programme at the Angelicum. First-year students of the baccalaureate and licentiate programmes may apply for an emergency scholarship allowing them to receive a further 25% or 50% reduction off the usual fee in the academic year 2020-2021.
We guarantee that the first 80 students of each cycle will receive this extraordinary help.
Who can apply: First-year students who want to enroll for the first academic year of the first or second cycles (baccalaureate and licentiate programmes) in any Faculty, including the mater Ecclesiae Institute (Religious Sciences)
- We guarantee that the first 80 students of each cycle will receive this extraordinary help.
Before applying, please consider:
We ask you to consider whether you really need this help and what is the right level of the help you need (25% or 50%). Our academic fee is not very high for students coming from wealthy countries, though we would like to assist new students who have a need for this assistance.
Remember that the grant is extraordinary; we do not expect to repeat it next year
- Register with the University. Online registration is now open. You will need your matriculation number (received in this process) to be able to proceed. REGISTER HERE
- Fill out the google form linked below completely (the responses will be automatically sent to our offices). Students will need to indicate that they have been registered and paid the first part of their fee before the form can be sent. (Please note: Applications will be considered according to the time of submission of COMPLETED form. Those which are not completed entirely will not be considered for scholarships.) FORM
Recipients will be informed on a rolling basis by October Nevertheless, if they do not pay the first tranche of the remaining fee by 30th September, the scholarship will go to another student.
For questions regarding these or other opportunities for financial assistance, please contact the Office of the Vice Secretary General. vicesegretariogenerale@pust.