Is the ISU Bocconi Scholarship renewed automatically for subsequent years?
No, it is necessary to submit a specific application every year and meet all the requirements laid out in the ISU Bocconi Scholarship Application Requirements and Regulations.
I am in the first year of my degree and I have not managed to reach the minimum number of credits needed by August 10 to confirm the benefit retrospectively for the first year. Can I use bonus credits?
Students enrolled in the first year of a Bachelor of Science, Integrated Master of Arts in Law or Master of Science program CANNOT use bonus credits to confirm the benefit retrospectively for the first year in addition to the credits they already earned. First-year students who, due to a lack of credits, fail to confirm the benefit at the end of the first year are subject to the revocation for insufficient academic merit.
For further information on this scenario, we invite you to visit our "Revocation of the benefit" webpage.
I have applied for the ISU Bocconi Scholarship for a year subsequent to the first. If I do not have enough credits by August 10 (before the start of the academic year), can I use the bonus credits to reach the required number?
In order to reach the minimum merit requirements needed to request the Right to University Education financial aid, students of years subsequent to the first can resort to bonus credits in addition to those they already earned. The number of bonus credits available varies depending on the enrollment year as well as on the program, as indicated on the "Bonus Credits" webpage.
I have been eligible for the ISU Bocconi Scholarship ever since my undergraduate years. I have applied for ISU for a year of Master's degree subsequent to the first. Can I use bonus credits that I left over from my undergraduate years?
Yes, students enrolled in Master of Science programs can use any residual bonus credits not used during their Bachelor of Science program. If they never used bonus credits during their Bachelor of Science program, they may use up to 15 credits.