University of Modena and Reggio Emilia

 - Call for Students applications

Deadline: 29 April 2022

 - Call for Visiting professor applications

Deadline: 06 May 2022


The University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Unimore) is offering special measures for the reception and support of university students and university professors from Ukraine.

For professors, Unimore has opened 5 positions for visiting professors, for a total amount of € 12.000 each for 4 months.

For students, there are two types of recipients: Ukrainian students enrolled in the Universities based in the region for the A.A. 21/22 who cannot find financial support in Italy, or refugee students from Ukraine, in any case following registration for training activities at a regional university.

For refugee students from Ukraine, Unimore provides 10 scholarships worth €3,000 each. The scholarship includes the exemption from the payment of fees for university programmes. In addition, students who are beneficiaries of the University’s funds, will also benefit from a free place to stay at the ER.GO residences until 30 September 2022, subject to actual availability.

For Ukrainian students enrolled in the Universities for the A.A. 21/22 for international exchange projects based in the region and for the programmes activated in Emilia-Romagna a € 75.000 fund is available.

They can choose whether to apply for an extraordinary contribution to cover the costs of renting - against the presentation of a regularly registered contract - for a maximum value of €2.000, commensurate with the rent due in the February-September 2022 period; or a prepaid fee for access to catering services worth €500 to be used by 30 September 2022 at ER.GO catering and/or affiliated services.

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