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Masterscholarship

UniCredit Foundation grants numerous scholarships in economics, banking and finance to students wishing to pursue a Master's degree or PhD abroad.

 

The competitions are generally open to students from any of the countries* in which UniCredit operates.

 

The Foundation also promotes initiatives to undergraduates, launching competitions for study abroad exchange programs and summer schools and summer international internships

 

the scholarships in support of study are the following

Crivelli Europe Scholarships - now open
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The Crivelli Europe Scholarships are offered to students in all European countries within UniCredit’s geographical perimeter who have graduated in economics, banking or finance and who wish to pursue a doctorate abroad.

 

The Crivelli Europe Scholarship is annual and renewable for a second year, it amounts to a total of € 65,000 (before taxes) for the entire duration of two years. The amount includes tuition, if applicable.

Payments to the winner are made every three months. If tuition fees apply, these will be paid directly by the Foundation to the university and subtracted from the amount of the scholarship.

 

The winners of the 17th Crivelli Europe Scholarship were:

Ahmet Gulek (Koç University)

Paola Moscariello (Bocconi University)

 

In addition, a € 20,000 Crivelli Special Exchange was assigned to Filip Obradovic.

 

Click here to see the list of all winners from previous years.

Marco Fanno Scholarships - now open
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UniCredit Foundation launched 2 Marco Fanno Scholarships by virtue of the collaboration agreement signed with the Marco Fanno Association in 2012.

 

The Marco Fanno Scholarships are aimed at students (of any nationality) who have graduated from an Italian university, in economics, banking and finance who wish to take PhD courses abroad.

 

The Marco Fanno Scholarship is annual and renewable for a second year and amounts to a total of € 65,000 (before taxes) for the entire duration of two years.

 

Payments to the winner are made every three months. If tuition fees apply, these will be paid directly by the Foundation to the university and subtracted from the amount of the scholarship.

 

The winners of the Marco Fanno 2018 Scholarship were:

• Leonardo D’Amico (Bocconi University)

• Devis Decet (Bologna University)

 

Click here to see the list of all winners from previous years.

US Phd Scholarship
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The US PhD Scholarships are aimed at  graduates in European countries within the UniCredit perimeter, who want to enrol for a doctorate in Economics or Finance at one of the 5 most prestigious American universities:

  • Chicago Booth
  • Harvard
  • MIT
  • Princeton
  • Stanford

 

The universities themselves report a ranking of 3 of the best students admitted to the doctorate to the Foundation. The choice of the winner is therefore entrusted to the Scientific Committee of the Foundation.

 

The US PhD Scholarships are also annual and renewable for
a second year. The total amount is € 65,000, including any tuition fees.

 

Payments to the winner are made every three months. If tuition fees apply, these will be paid directly by the Foundation to the university and subtracted from the amount of the scholarship.

 

In 2018, the Foundation offered 3 US PhD Scholarships. The winners were:

Federico Mainardi – Chicago Booth

Cedomir Malgieri – Stanford University

Pierfrancesco Mei – Harvard University

 

 

Click here to see the 2018 Call .
Click here to see the list of all winners from previous years.

Masterscholarship program - now open
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The “Masterscholarship” initiative  aims to fund Master’s Degrees in Economics and Finance at the most prestigious European universities for graduates from all countries

within the UniCredit perimeter.

 

 

With this initiative, the Foundation finances frequency of a one-year master's course.
The Masterscholarships competition is open to all European students within the geographic area where UniCredit operates and covers tuition in addition to guaranteeing a monthly  grant to cover room and board

for one year..

 

The universities involved in the initiative are

 

  1. Barcelona Graduate School of Economics - Master of Science in Economics or Finance
  2. Università Bocconi di Milano - Master of in Economic and Social Sciences or in Finance
  3. London School of Economics - MRes in Economics
  4. Mannheim University - Master in Economics
  5. Oxford University - MPhil in Economics
  6. SciencesPo - Master in Economics
  7. Stockholm School of Economics - MSc in Business and Economics
  8. Toulouse School of Economics - Master 2 Doctoral Path Scholarship

 

The universities themselves provide the Foundation with a short-list of candidates among those admitted to the Master's course. The Scientific Committee of the Foundation then proceeds with the selection of the winner among the candidates indicated by each school.

 

 

Click here to see the list of all winners from previous years.

Study-Abroad Programme - now open
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The Study-Abroad Exchange Programme competition is aimed at students enrolled at universities in the European countries within the UniCredit perimeter, who intend to spend a short period of study abroad (from three to six months) at any of the universities located within the UniCredit perimeter.

 

The winners of the competition receive a monthly contribution of € 700 for the duration of their stay abroad (up to a maximum of six months) in addition to a lump sum of € 1000 for the reimbursement of travel expenses, visa, etc.

 

In 2018, within the Study-Abroad Exchange
Programme the following
  10 students were awarded:

Bernard Cudjoe

Veronika Deryabina

Ekaterina Durneva

Artem Kamalov

Mariia Makeeva

Denis Maslov

Kseniia Podluzhnaia

Murad Sabiev

Alexey Slyusar

Sofia Zbykovskaia

 

 

Click here to see the list of all winners from previous years.

International Internship Program
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The International Internship Programme is a competition aimed at students in economics, finance, social sciences, computer science law (or similar) who intend to carry out a summer curricular internship abroad at a UniCredit office.

 

The internship, which is not intended for hiring, is expected to take place in the summer period between June and September, in the offices made available by UniCredit in the various countries where the Group is present.

 

The internship, which is not aimed at securing a job, takes place in the summer term between June and September 2019, at the internship positions made available by UniCredit in the various countries in which UniCredit Group

operates.

 

Each winner receives a monthly grant of € 700 from the Foundation to cover the costs of board and lodging during the period of internship abroad, in addition to a fixed amount of € 1,000 to cover travel and visa expenses.

 

Click here to see the 2018 Call (closed).
Click here to see the list of all winners from previous years.

Summer School Programme
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The Summer School Competition Prize is aimed at students from the UniCredit geographical perimeter wishing to attend a summer course in economics or finance at three of the most prestigious economics schools in Europe:

the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics,

the London School of Economics, and

the University College of London.

 

For each award, the Foundation will pay in full for the chosen summer course, in addition to a lump sum of € 1,500 to cover expenses.

 

In 2018, 5 Summer School Scholarships were awarded. The winners are:

 

  • BGSE: Maria Ivanova e Aurelio Nocera
  • LSE: Damiano Campini e Antonio Ughi
  • UCL: Riccardo Melloni

 

Click here to see the 2018 Call (closed).
Click here to see the list of all winners from previous years.

unicredit Summer School Programme
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Summer Schools are occasions for in-depth study, not only for students but also for professionals who are already working.

UniCredit Foundation offers this opportunity to UniCredit employees, with no age, country or professional requirements.

In 2018, the competition was confirmed for its fifth year, with 10 prizes to be awarded for UniCredit employees to participate in summer school courses at three of the most prestigious schools of economics in Europe:

  • BGSE: Alessandro Barardi, Federico Campedelli, Juan Fernandez e Franco Florio
  • LSE: Martina Astore, Marko Kovacevic, Francesco Luongo e Alberto Rigoni
  • UCL: Alessandro Castrovilli e Valentino Graziano

 

The Foundation pays the full tuition fees for the chosen summer course to the University, while  UniCredit contributes to the reimbursement of travel and expenses for the winners.

 

Click here to see the 2018 Call (closed).
Click here to see the list of all winners from previous years.

 

The countires included in the UniCredit’s geographical perimeter are the following: Italy, Germany, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Turkey