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Fees and Financial Aid - Medicine
The amount of the tuition fees is determined annually by the University.
2017 Fees for the Medicine course will be determined according to the following tables.
In order to attract the most talented and motivated candidates, Humanitas University has established a merit-income based scholarship programme.
For the 2017/18 intake of non-European students, 10 merit-based scholarships worth between 7.000 and 10.000 €/year each are available. Requirements and procedures for the assignation of the scholarships are reported in the Scholarships for non-EU citizens section.
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|2017 - 18 Academic Year||Non-EU citizens|
|Tuition Fees||20.000 €|
|Scholarships||10 scholarships worth between 7.000€ and 10.000€ each, awarded on a competitive basis**|
Indicated fees are yearly and cover the cost of the course. They do not include accommodation, food, books or other services. Info on our accomations services available here.
Across the various years of course, the fee will not vary to such an extent as to significantly impact the economic situation of the student.
** Scholarships assigned on a competitive basis. See the following section for more information.
(in thousands of Euros)
|1st||Less than 30||10.000|
|2nd||From 30 to 55||13.000|
|3rd||From 55 to 80||17.000|
|4th||More than 80||20.000|
Indicated fees are yearly and cover the cost of the course. They do not include accommodation, food, books or other services. Info on our accommodation services is available here.
Across the various years of course, the fee within the same income category will not vary to such an extent as to significantly impact the economic situation of the student.
For European students, tuition fees at Humanitas University are calculated according to the economic situation of the family of the student. There are four different categories of income, calculated according to the economic situation of the student’s family on the basis of the ISEP Index.
* Loans will be available through an agreement with a local bank. Subject to conditions and availability.
2017 Scholarships for non-EU citizens
For the 2017 intake of non-European students, 10 merit-based scholarships are available, as established in the 2017-18 Non-EU Scholarships Regulation:
- 5 scholarships worth 10.000 € per year;
- 5 scholarships worth 7.000 € per year.
The scholarships will be awarded merely based on the admission test ranking, i.e.:
- If you rank within the first 5 positions in the test ranking, you will be awarded of a scholarship worth 10.000 €/year
- If you rank between the 6th and the 10th position, you will be awarded of a scholarship worth 7.000 €/year.
Who is eligible for a Scholarship?
Candidates who will rank within the first 10 positions of the non-EU admission test (UKCAT) ranking.
How does it work?
The scholarship consists of a tuition waiver (discount on the tuition fees) worth between 7.000 and 10.000 € yearly (i.e. you will pay an annual fee of 13.000€ or 10.000€ depending on which scholarship you are awarded).
Can I keep the scholarship for the entire lenght of my degree course?
The scholarship will be automatically renewed annually until graduation if you:
- maintain an average grade of 28/30 weighted by credits awarded (GPA)
- complete a minimum annual number of University credits (CFU) as specified in Article 5 of the Scholarships Regulation.
How can I apply for a Scholarship?
In order to participate to the selection you just need to complete your application for the non-EU admissions test (UKCAT):
Eligible and awarded candidates will be considered those in the first 10 positions of the test ranking. No further candidature is required.
How can I learn more?
Please read the 2017-18 Non-EU Scholarships Regulation for more information.