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UniTo's response to the international Ukrainian crisis for Ukrainian and international students, professors and researchers

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The page is being updated: consult regularly.

 

In order to welcome Ukrainian students, professors and researchers and guarantee the right to education to Ukrainian and international students enrolled in degree programs of the University facing financial difficulties due to the Ukrainian international crisis, the University of Turin promotes a set of actions, in compliance with the decisions made by the Academic Senate and the Board of Governors on 29 and 31 March 2022.

 

Any useful information for benefitting from the economic aid will be published on this page.

For Ukrainian students of UniTo

For Ukrainian students enrolled for the academic year 2021-2022 in University degree programs who are facing financial difficulties following the outset of the conflict in Ukraine:

  • exemption from the payment of the due comprehensive tuition fee, with possible reimbursement of instalments already paid
  • scholarships of variable amount for a maximum value of € 3,000 each.

For further details check the call for application and fill in the form to apply for the benefits by April 21st, 2022 at 12 p.m. (Italian version).

For Ukrainian students holding temporary protection

For Ukrainian prospective students who have applied for a residence permit for temporary protection:

  • possibility to enrol free of charge in single courses of the University for a maximum of 30 credits
  • possibility to enrol free of charge in the Foundation Programme of the University of Turin in order to fill in any missing requirement necessary to enrol in University degree programs
  • call for applications for 20 scholarships worth €1,000 each for those who enroll in the Foundation Programme or in at least 2 single courses offered by the University of Turin. The call closed on May 13th 2022. We invite you to regularly check the page Scholarships for international students pending the publication of the ranking list.

 

For information on how to apply for the Foundation Programme and single courses, contact the International Students Office at [email protected]

For Ukrainian professors and researchers holding temporary protection

For Ukrainian professors and researchers who have applied for aresidence permit for temporary protection:

  • Research fellowships, or other positions, announced by Departments of the University.
For international students of UniTo facing financial difficulties following the outset of the conflict in Ukraine

For international students enrolled in the academic year 2021-2022 in degree programs who are facing financial difficulties due to the conflict in Ukraine:

  • extension until 31st July 2022 of the payment deadline of the third and fourth instalments of the student contribution for the academic year 2021-2022
  • financial support in terms of scholarships and/or services provision for a maximum amount of € 2,000 per person.

For further details check the call for application and fill in the form to apply for the benefits by April 21st, 2022 at 12 p.m. (Italian version).

Call for students collaborations for tutoring activities to support Ukrainian students

Call for part-time collaborations, in partnership with Fondazione De Agostini, reserved for Ukrainian and international students enrolled in the academic year 2021-2022 in degree programs, aimed at tutoring activities to support Ukrainian high school and middle school students who will arrive in Italy as a result of the humanitarian emergency.

Initiatives for the academic year 2022-2023
  • Call for 20 annual scholarships worth €9,600, possibly renewable, for refugees, asylum-seeking students or students holding a residence permit for temporary protection, primarily from Ukraine or other countries at risk, who enroll in the first year of studies of University degree programs
  • Financial support in terms of scholarships and/or services provisions to Ukrainian students and/or students from other countries at risk and enrolled in years following the first of degree programs of the University of Turin, in order to guarantee an ongoing support of the right to education for these students.