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Students' Competitions, Scholarship, Graduation Awards and Tutoring

Every year, the University offers deserving students without means a number of financial benefits that include scholarships, grants for participation in international mobility programmes, graduation awards, loans at special interest rates, and subsidised accommodation and catering.

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Tutoring

Tutoring as an activity designed to guide and assist students throughout their studies, making them active participants in the educational process and removing obstacles to successful course attendance, also through initiatives tailored to the needs, attitudes and requirements of individuals.

The Tutoring service provides assistance to students throughout their course of study, especially during the first three years. Both professors and fellow students act as tutors, and provide the following: 

  • suggestions for the practical organisation of one's studies and information about the support services offered by the Politecnico di Milano;
  • assistance for students with educational issues and in relation to sitting exams;
  • support for students needing to fill in a few educational gaps.

 

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Students' Competitions

Scholarships

  • Scholarships and Graduation Awards PoliMi (non DSU)
  • Scholarships – Scholarship Announcement: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation
  • Scholarships offered by the Italian Government to foreign and Italian citizens residing abroad. A.A. 2018/2019
    The announcement, published on the new "Study in Italy" portal in the GRANTS section, provides scholarships for 3, 6 and 9 months for Master's degree courses, Higher Artistic and Musical Training courses (AFAM), research doctorates, projects study in co-tutorship, courses in Italian language and culture.
    https://studyinitaly.esteri.it/en/home_borse 
  • Web portal for European scholarships
    It is worth taking note of the non-profit website www.european-funding-guide.eu, which aims to help students who lack funding, which is one of the main reasons why students give up or do not pursue higher education in the EU.
    The website handles more than 12,000 scholarships, grants and awards throughout the EU, worth more than 27 billion Euro overall. More than 500 are specifically addressed to Italian citizens. The platform is totally free and is addressed to BSc, MSc and doctoral students.
    www.european-funding-guide.eu