The University of Macerata was founded in 1290 and it is one of the oldest universities in Europe. Its main activities are focused on the humanities and social sciences. The University of Macerata offers housing facilities and support for international and national students. The aim of the scholarships is to provide full funding to international students to study in Italy.
- Eligible candidates for PhD courses should be graduates, regardless of gender, age, religion or nationality, holding either an undergraduate degree in compliance with laws existing prior to Ministerial Decree No. 509/99 or a postgraduate degree or alternatively an equivalent qualification issued by a university institution abroad;
- Applicants holding academic qualifications obtained abroad (both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees) are to upload such documents together with a list of exams they have passed, along with relevant translations into Italian. Such candidates will be provisionally admitted to courses and will be excused from public selection if their qualifications do not meet the formal entry requirements of research programs;
- Students who expect to be granted their degree awards by 31.10.2017 may submit their applications for PhD programs.
In such cases, admission and enrollment are conditional on their statements holding true.