28 SCHOLARSHIPS FOR STUDY IN ITALY
REGISTER FOR THE AP ITALIAN LANGUAGE AND CULTURE EXAMINATION
IN THE DRAWING OF 28 SCHOLARSHIPS FOR STUDY IN ITALY
On the occasion of the celebration of 2013 as the Year of the Italian Culture in the United States, Eduitalia, an Association of qualified Schools and Universities that offer courses for foreign students in Italy, through the Associated Institutes mentioned below, is pleased to support the initiatives of the Embassy of Italy in Washington for the promotion of Italian language in the United States, especially at the AP level, by providing 28 scolarships for study in Italy.
Scholarships granted by Eduitalia will be provided to selected students who take the 2013 AP Italian Language and Culture exam and will enable those recipients to enjoy Italy through an unforgettable learning experience.
Detailed information about the numerous study options offered in Italy is available on Eduitalia’s website (www.eduitalia.org).
You can download the online version of the guide “Eduitalia-Study in Italy”, or explore the course of studies that interests you through the search engine which, thanks to its subdivision by cities and/or course of studies, enables you to identify the course you need
ALL STUDENTS who will take the AP Italian Language and Culture exam are eligible to apply and participate. Winners of the following scholarships will be selected by a drawing organized by the Education Office of the Embassy of Italy in Washington:
1) – 14 full scholarships (that means free course, lodging, course supplies, and extra-curricular activities), divided as follows:
a) – 1 scholarship for 5 weeks
b) – 6 scholarships for 4 Weeks
c) – 7 scholarships for 3 Weeks
2) – 14 partial scholarships, with partial coverage of the costs for variable periods, up to 4 weeks.
For more information on the scholarships see also http://www.eduitalia.org/advanced-placement/
Students who wish to participate in the drawing of a scholarship to Italy must:
- complete the attached application form and declaration in their entirety to avoid exclusion;
- Send the application form and the declaration by email no later than March 29, 2013 to the following addresses: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com .
A jury will examine the applications and will define the territorial distribution of the scholarships to be assigned to the students of:
- United States;
- Rest of the world.
The jury will then draw the names of the winners.
Winners, students on the wait-list, and the schools where they took the exams will be notified directly by April 30, 2013.
In order for students to accept the scholarship, they must provide proof of their intended participation in the exam.
Scholarships will be given to the winners during an award ceremony that will take place at the Embassy of Italy in Washington, connected via Skype with other consular-diplomatic offices, in the presence of his Excellency the Ambassador, or his Delegate, the Director of Eduitalia and other representatives of the world of culture.
Download the Application form
The scholarships are granted by:
– A Door to Italy-ItalianSchool of Genoa www.adoortoitaly.com
– Babilonia – Italian Study Centre of Taormina www.babilonia.it
– Italian Culture of Arezzo www.culturaitalianaarezzo.it
– Italian Culture of Bologna www.culturaitaliana.it
– Ellci of Milan www.ellci.it
– ll Sasso – ItalianSchool of Montepulciano www.ilsasso.com
– Mediterranean Linguistic Institute of Pisa www.ilm.it
– Institute Lorenzo de’ Medici- Florence www.lorenzodemedici.org
– Sant’ Anna Institute – Sorrento Languages www.sorrentolingue.com
– Italian School Dante Alighieri – Camerino www.scuoladantealighieri.org
– The AmericanUniversity of Rome www.aur.edu