Infineon Scholarships in Italy for Latinos at the University of Padua. If you are a student from abroad with a high academic level and you want to obtain funding to continue with the preparation of excellence in the area of full-time master’s degrees in engineering fields, the time has come to apply to this program.
The University of Padua ranks among the best institutions in Italy, occupying position 164 in the ranking of universities around the globe. Due to its history and system of preparing students for higher studies, it has the recognition of various and important organizations, both national and international.
Institutions where the studies will be carried out:
University of Padua, Italy.
Levels and areas of studies:
Full-time Master of Engineering.
Who can participate ?:
Students of any nationality, it is necessary to present an adequate academic record.
Endowment of the scholarship:
The University of Padua will award an amount of 5,000 euros to applicants who are winners of the Infineon scholarship program in Italy.
Conditions to be met by participants
- Be an international student who demonstrates a high academic level.
- Have an undergraduate degree in the field of Engineering.
- Submit a formal application to the full-time Italian Infineon Masters Scholarships in the field of Engineering using the University of Padua entrance system.
- Have all the academic records requested by the evaluation committee at the time of submitting the admission.
- It is recommended to master the English language widely, it is unknown if it is required to present a certificate of mastery of this language. This requirement may extend your conditions of being one of the winning applicants of the Infineon scholarships in Italy 2021.
Instructions to apply:
Supporting data: Transcripts and academic records, curriculum, copies of passport, personal statement, academic record, previously obtained degrees, among others. To learn more about each requirement and step to be one of the winners of the Italy Infineon Scholarships 2021 for Latinos and Hispanics, visit the official website of the University of Padua.
Until November 2, 2021.