LUISS was awarded by INPS (Italian National Institute of Social Security) with 5 scholarships to waive the EUPADRA fees. INPS Scholarships are reserved to Italian applicants whose parents are (or have been) employed in the Italian public administration. More information here.
The tuition fee for EUPADRA is € 6,000. Erasmus+ scholarship holders are directly waived by a corresponding reduction of their grant. What is included in the partecipation fees? The tuition fees include participation in all classes offered within the EUPADRA curriculum; support in administrative and organisational issues by the consortium partners; costs for enrollment at […]
In each intake of EUPADRA there is a significant number of scholarships, covering the tuition fees, travel and subsistence costs, entirely funded by the program. For the Academic Year 2016/2017 all scholarships have already been awarded. Applications are now welcome for the third intake of the 2018-2019 edition. Deadline for Erasmus+ Scholarships applications: 28 February 2018. Scholarships are […]
The selection process will be managed by the EUPADRA Admissions Committee that will undertake the following activities: • Validitation of correctness of the application documents • Preliminary shortlist of candidates • Interviews (on site or via Skype/conference call) with shortlisted applicants • Approval of the final rankings • Transfer of the final list of the […]
All applicants are expected to provide the following documents: Professional and academic CV Proof of Nationality (copy of passport) Certified (translated) copy of university diplomas and exam transcripts Certified copy of English language certificates (at least IELTS 7.0) Two Letters of References (preferably one focusing on academic activities and another describing professional experiences) inclusive of […]
Admitted are top-level Master students having at least 4 years of successfully accomplished higher education in social sciences or humanities, with a proven and justified interest and general knowledge in Parliamentary Law, Constitutional Law, Comparative Law, Political Science, International Relations, and EU Studies. Students should prove a good command of English, both spoken and written. All […]