UNISG Scholarships at University of Gastronomic Sciences in Italy, 2018

UNISG scholarships are available to applicants of all nationalities, and can be applied for once the online application procedures have been completed.

The University of Gastronomic Sciences, born and promoted in 2004 by the Slow Food association in collaboration with the Piedmont and Emilia-Romagna regional authorities, is a private university legally recognized by the Italian state.



Scholarships Number and Award:

Non-Italian students can apply for a university fee exemption if they meet all the following requirements:

-income and property situation does not exceed the limits indicated in the public announcements

-have been admitted to the university’s three-year undergraduate degree program for the 2018/2019 academic year with a minimum admission score of 75 out of 100

Scholarships are assigned exclusively to students beginning their first year and can be renewed for the second and third year. UNISG scholarships do not consist of a direct distribution of funds, but rather a partial or full exemption from university fees.


Education Level & Subject:

Scholarships are available to pursue undergraduate programme in Gastronomic Sciences and Cultures.




-Students from all countries are eligible to apply.

-Italian high school graduates – students who have a secondary school diploma obtained in Italy;

-Graduating Italian high school students – students who will obtain their high school diploma, in Italy, in 2017;

-Non-Italian high school graduates* – students who have earned a non-Italian high school degree and are eligible for university enrollment (as reported on the Declaration of Value (Dichiarazione di Valore) issued by the relevant consular authorities).

*Important information for applicants with a U.S. High School Diploma: According to the “Regulations on foreign students’ access to university courses in the period 2011-2014?, updated on 15 April 2013, US candidates must possess one of the following:

1. A U.S. high school diploma and at least 3 successfully completed Advanced Placement exams.

2. Two years of college or university credit with all exams passed.

For more information, please contact the Italian embassy or consulate in the United States. All non-EU candidates must enroll through the Italian consulate nearest their place of residence. Candidates should contact the Italian consulate as soon as possible to ensure sufficient time to complete the enrollment process.


Required Documents:

Applicants can check list of required documents here


How to Apply:

In order to apply to the three-year undergraduate program in Gastronomic Sciences and Cultures, candidates must:

-Complete the registration process

-Upload the supporting dossier

-Complete the written test

-Complete an online interview   



July 3, 2018


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