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Rector's Delegate Fr. Filomeno Jacob, SJ
The scholarships are aimed exclusively at the payment of the tuition fees, and are generally partial (for an aggregate amount equal to the half of the total).
2. Future students enrolling in the next academic year in the 1st or 2nd cycle, or Diploma
- The applications are presented by filling in the related form, available in the Scholarships Office (F114), and delivering it, along with the documents required, to the Rector's Delegate for the Scholarships Office, in the period of registration.
- The outcome of the application will be notified directly from the Rector's Delegate for the Scholarships Office during the meeting.
3. Students already enrolled in the 1st or 2nd cycle or for Diploma
- For the Academic Year 2020-2021, the applications are presented from March 16, 2020 to April 30, 2020;.
- The applications must be presented through the students online Secretary Web page.
- The form completed online, accompanied by the required documentation, must be delivered to the Scholarships Office, according to schedule, for the evaluation of a Committee, consisting of: Rector's Delegate for the Scholarships Office, Registrar, Bursar, a Rector reported by the Association of Rectors President, a student chosen among the student-Senators.
- It is a necessary requirement to have achieved, in the last examination session, a weighed average of votes of at least 8.70/10.
- By the end of June 2020 the outcome of the application will be communicated by notice posted on the notice boards of the University and published in the students online Secretary Web page.
- Only in exceptional and justified cases, you can ask for the scholarship directly to the Rector's Delegate for the Scholarships Office during the period of registration.
4. Students enrolled in the Third Cycle
- The applications are presented by filling in the related form, available in the Scholarships Office (F114) or in the online forms of the University Website, and delivering it, along with the documents required, to the Rector's Delegate for the Scholarships Office, with no limits expiration.
- The requests received prior to the presentation of the topic of the thesis, for the payment of whose fee you cannot request a scholarship, are not accepted.
- For all (Diocesan Religious, Laity).
A personal letter from the applicant addressed to the
Rector's Delegate for the Scholarships Office,
in which you shall submit a request for scholarship and answer to the following questions:
- whether studies are undertaken by your own choice or by the will of your superiors;
- the purpose of your studies and / or any assignment that you will take following the completion of studies;
- your own economic situation, that of the family or Institution to which you belong;
- whether the remaining study, accommodation, food and health costs are supported by the proceeds of your work, from the aid received by the family members, college, private or other Institutions.
- For seminarians and diocesan priests and religious and only for the first request.
A letter from their Bishop or Major Superior stating:
- the course of study that the candidate must carry out;
- the indication of the place of residence of the student in Rome;
- the indication of financial aid offered for the food, housing, health care and the cost of studying of the student during his stay in Rome;
- the acknowledgment of the difficulties of the Diocese or the Institute to provide for the payment of tuition fees.
- Only for PhD students. In addition to the letters referred to in points a and b, a notice letter of the Moderator of the thesis, delivered in a sealed envelope or sent by email to the Rector's Delegate for the Scholarships Office, in which it is testified the status of the thesis, whether the student is still conducting a search or began the drafting stage, if it is possible to make predictions about the end of his doctoral work.
6. Santander Scholarships
The Scholarship and Financial Aid Programme, issued by the co-operation between the Banco Santander International and the Pontifical Gregorian University, aims at providing yearly help to students.
It wants to facilitate and foster studentsí participation in the diverse curricula proposed by the Pontifical Gregorian University, thus making it possible for them to complete their studies and formation and, consequently, to access employment in their Countries of origin and local churches.