Call for applications for 2 study grants and welcome services for refugee students registering for Second cycle degree programmes taught in English at the University of Bergamo, Academic Years 2022-23 and 2023-24.
Bergamo offers no. 4 study grants to Ukraine students enrolling in single courses (https://en.unibg.it/study/attendance/courses-list) in the academic year 2021-2022.
Students are allowed to enroll in a maximum of 30 credits, without fees (excluding the duty stamp about €16.00).
Students will be also admitted free of charge to the Italian Language intensive course (July 2022).
Each study grant is awarded for 5 months only and amounts to a total of €4,250.00 (€ 500 per month) including all taxes for the beneficiary's and Administration’s accounts.
The University of Bergamo launches a call for n. 6 highly qualified professors and researchers, belonging to Ukrainian Universities, Research Centres or Higher Education Institutions, aimed to develop research and teaching activities in the Departments of the University of Bergamo. The Professors and Researchers will conduct research activities for three (3) months during the period starting from mid May 2022 to 30th September 2022, on a continuous basis, teaching activities are also required. The activities will be carried out in accordance with the academic calendar of the academic year 2021/2022.
This call for applications is intended for applicants who, in their university institutions abroad, fill positions equivalent to those of Full Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, existing in Italian universities.
The Call is reserved to applicants holding a protection status even temporary according to DL 16/2022.
To respond to the various challenges of international cooperation and sustainable development, the University of Bergamo offers a multidisciplinary training with 4 master’s degree related to the field of international cooperation; initiatives that are developed in collaboration with a wide network of universities, international organizations, public institutions and private organizations (profit and nonprofit), offering to the student community an immersion in the international development complexities to develop knowledge and skills to respond to the great challenges related to human rights, migration, poverty, radicalism, promotion of the third sector, market economy and institutions enhancement for sustainable development. Additionally, the UniBg cooperates with UNICORE University Corridors for Refugees which offers refugees the opportunity to study in our university in a regular and safe manner to continue their studies, in line with the objective of UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency.