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ITS foundation for information and communication technology offers the following degree courses:

 Web and Mobile App Developer
Higher technician for methods and technologies for the development of software systems
 Backend System Integrator
Higher technician for methods and technologies for the development of software systems
 ICT Security Specialist
Higher technician for architecture and infrastructures for communication systems
 Cloud Specialist
Higher technician for architecture and infrastructures for communication systems

 Digital Strategist
Higher technician for the organization and fruition of information and knowledge.

Lessons headquarters: via Jacopo Durandi 10 street, Turin

Applications are open
Two-year courses will last 1800 hours in total (1200 hours lessons and 600 hours internship in a company).
Depending on the available spots you will have to take an entrance test to be admitted.
Courses are for those who live in Italy with a 5-year high school degree. People under 35 years of age have
the priority.
Visit the page Fondazione ITS per le Tecnologie dell’informazione e della comunicazione

As every year, the call for applications for scholarships and accommodation servicesin EDISU halls of residences will soon be published.

The halls of residences of Turin, Grugliasco, Alessandria, Cuneo, Novara and Vercelli are safe and comfortable places. Accommodation is granted by competition: a public call is published every year and the assignment of the beds available takes into account the student’s position in the rankings.

Be ready to apply as soon as the call is published. From this year, not only you must request – from a CAF (Italian National Tax Office) or from the INPS website – the ISEE 2021 Certificate valid for university study allowances, but you also need SPID (Public Digital Identity System) credentials.

If do not own them yet, you have time to request your SPID credentials and ISEE Certificate while you wait for the call to be published.
Remember that Edisu has long activated a Ticketing Service

There are three important news for those students who want to join the Erasmus+ program in the next years:

– DOUBLED FUNDING
– NO AGE LIMIT
– ANTICIPATED MONEY

The Erasmus program has been renewed for the next 7 years. Yesterday the European Parliament gave the final green light to the project Erasmus+ for the
years 2021-2027. This program, dedicated to training, youth and sport, will see its funding doubled, going from 14.7 billion in the previous years, to more than 28 billion. In the final phases of the negotiation with the Council, deputies managed to obtain an additional amount of 1.7 billion euros. The new Erasmus+ will offer more instruments and resources that will support inclusiveness. The Commission and EU member states are to present action plans to improve access to learning and mobility for those people who always had fewer possibility to take part in the project.

This includes people with disabilities, people living in poverty or in a remote area or coming from an immigration context.
Subsidies will also be given to those unable to cover the first expenses, for example the purchase of travel tickets or the reservation for accommodation. Furthermore, those applications presenting higher costs due to measures to guarantee inclusiveness will not be rejected.

Compared to the previous Erasmus+, the new program will also be available to students attending adult education programs. This will help people of any age and background to acquire new work and life skills, so that they can better adapt to the changes related to the upcoming green and digital transitions, and to the post- pandemic age of Covid-19. The program, which has already been approved by the Council, will come into effect as soon as it is published in the Official Journal of the European Union.

Among the orientation activities organized by the department of classical studies, it will be possible to schedule orientation meetings from Tuesday, May 25 th until Friday, June 16 th . This initiative aims to support high school students (junior and senior year) during their process in choosing classical studies at university.

– Which of our majors are involved? Cultural Heritage, Culture and Literature in the Modern World, Performing Arts, Philosophy, Literature, Modern
Languages, Media Studies, History, Education Studies;

– How to schedule a meeting? Fill out the dedicated form ;
– Do you want to know more about this? Contact the Department of Classical Studies Department at the University of Turin.
orientamento.scienzeumanistiche@unito.it
Tel: 011 6705794

Holden Academy is a degree course (yes, it really is!) that will allow you to obtain a diploma that is equivalent to a three-year degree like DAMS. Clearly, the program and the disciplines are Holden-style. The degree course costs 10,000 euros per year, but don’t be discouraged: Holden Academy also has its special student welfare program, which you could find interesting.

SCHOLARSHIPS
Scuola Holden awards scholarships to applicants with an ISEE (financial situation certificate) value lower than €40,000.
For a.y. 2021-2022 Scuola Holden assigns fifteen 5,000-euro scholarships for each year of course (15,000 for three years).
Two scholarships maximum will be awarded for each test session.
Scholarship winners must present ISEE 2021 Certificate (standard form), confirmed application form and the signed contract within the week we will have sent the results.
ISEE value must be lower than €40,000.
In case the number of applications exceeds the number of scholarships available, the scholarship will be assigned to the student with the lower ISEE value.
Contact a CAF (Fiscal Assistance Centre) in order to get your ISEE Certificate. Get ready in time, even long before taking the admission test, as waiting times could be long. Scuola Holden will only accept applications submitted within two weeks after the day of the admission test.

LOANS
For a.y. 2021-2022 Scuola Holden assigns twenty 5,000-euro loans for each year of course (15,000 for three years) to the first twenty applicants. No number limit for each test session is fixed: all the loans might be assigned after the first admission test session. Once you get your diploma, you have one-year time before starting to repay the loan, in instalments, to the bank. During your degree course you must pay grace period interests. Then you have a 6-month period to pay off your debt (you can do it even more quickly).All of this is possible since Scuola Holden is recognized by Banca Intesa Sanpaolo as one of the schools which can provide loan facilities to their students. For further information contact segreteria@scuolaholden.it.

BONUS MATURITÀ
Students who completed secondary education in 2021 with 100/100 (applies to Italian maturità exam) will receive a 500-euro reduction on their first-year tuition fees. For the following years the whole tuition must be paid.

BONUS “EVERYTHING-AND-NOW”
Students who will have taken the admission test by the end of June and choose to pay for the first-year tuition all at once will receive a 500-euro discount on the three tuition fees. The second- and third-year tuitions can be paid at a later date.

When it comes to the enrolment, everyone (including scholarship winners and students provided with a loan or bonus) pays a 2,000-euro deposit.
One single financial aid (scholarship, loan or bonus) can be received at a time: no combos allowed.

One of Vittoria University’s open days will be held on Wednesday 26 th May at 4:00 p.m.

To keep on supporting students in their academic path, Vittoria University has planned:

– Open days and individual orientation meetings for those students who wish to know more
about undergraduate and postgraduate courses offered by the University
– Open Days in which it will be possible to ask questions to the academic staff and lecturers.

Open Days and meetings will take place at University, in Via delle Rosine 14, Turin.

You can register by clicking Here

Every year, the Einaudi University Residence offers accommodation and education courses to more
than 800 University students, skilled and worthy, who wish to develop greater autonomy, new
skills, as well as obtaining excellent results and growing as People, Citizens and Professionals.
The University residence experience not only offers a lively, stimulating and interdisciplinary
environment in which students can study and live, but also a tailored educational path indirectly
linked to the course, completed with tutoring and coaching activities.

For the academic year 2021/2022, the University residence wishes to host again determined and
curious students who are motivated and willing to harness the opportunities arising from a
community life and the complementary education offered.
We remind that the accommodation at the Einaudi University Residence is guaranteed to all
students who will be provided with a single room and a private bathroom. This living solutions
ensure the best security conditions, considering the current health emergency.

Here are the opening and closing dates of the different admission’s procedures:
 Students+ : for students enrolling on the second year of an undergraduate course and
students enrolling on the first year of a postgraduate course

Application period : April 1 st – April 30 th 2021
 1 st year students : for students enrolling on a first year undergraduate course/single-cycle
course

Application period : June 15 th – August 3 rd 2021
 After graduation : for students enrolled on post-graduate research courses and (post-
graduate) master’s courses, advanced programs and specialization schools

Application period : June 30 th 2021 – June 30 th 2022
 Exchange : for foreign students taking part in mobility programs or internships

Application period : June 30 th 2021 – June 30 th 2022
 International : for regularly enrolled foreign students

Application period : June 15 th – September 30 th 2021

For further information on admissions for the academic years 2021/2022 : https://bit.ly/3drVYfv

Provisional ranking list of 30 October.
Check the provisional ranking list online on your personal page.
Students from Accademia delle Belle Arti are not included in the list yet, since Accademia delle Belle Arti was not able to communicate to Edisu their
students; matriculations. Edisu asks that you not submit a complaint: Accademia will communicate the required data in the next few weeks.
Complaints: from 30 October to 20 November 2020 at 12 o’lock (noon)
Definitive ranking list: 15 December 2020 at 12 o’clock (noon)

Important:
To obtain the second instalment of the scholarship, students must complete the credits indicated in the Call by 10 August 2021. These credits must be registered by the University at the latest by 21 August 2021.
 20 credits for full-time students of bachelor’s, master’s, single cycle master’s
degree.
 11 credits for part-time students

 

We are proud of our heritage, of the millenary culture we fiercely defend and of the artistic works the greatest artists of the country created, but you cannot make a living out of art in Italy. Why is it so difficult to do in a country that can boast 55 UNESCO World Heritage Sites? One of them is a Piedmontese pride: Ivrea, headquarter of Olivetti and industrial city of the 20 th century.

How is it possible that in the country with the most World Heritage Sites artists have basically no rights? A degree from an Academy of Fine Arts is only
equivalent to one regularly recognized from a university. Welcome to the world of AFAM – Alta Formazione Artistica, Musicale e Coreutica, born in 1999, where the labs are unfit for use and the funds do not arrive. The majority of the teaching body does not have a permanent position, year after year their chairs are vacant.

They sign term contract that, due to the many delays and postponements of MIUR, cannot guarantee stability in teaching and this influences students as well, who must often change teachers after the beginning of the academic year. On one side, we have AFAM precarious workers who do not have childcare leave nor sick leave; on the other, students from all of Italy who are not considered university students and do not have the rights tied to this recognition.
We can read on the website of the Ministry for Education, that certainly is not in a positive moment, that “The Ministry contributes yearly to the financial support of AFAMs through several funding lines”, followed by the various contributes to improve teachings, funds for substitute teachers and for equipment. Students, though, are still waiting for an answer from the Ministry (once again there is a delay) regarding the approval of the new study plans. The academic year is about to begin and everything is still uncertain. The Ministerial Decree of the Ministry for University and Research of 14 July 2020 set the distribution criteria of the “Fund for the emergency necessities of Universities, ATAF and research centres”, which allocated 9 million euros for public ATAFs and 1 million for private ATAFs.

The academies of fine art and the conservatories used to be just like universities, but the fascist regime made them into educational institutions, downgrading their situation. Only at the end of the 90s did they gain equivalence to universities and were they put under the supervision of the Ministry for University and Research, a difficult story right from the start. The recognition from universities of the academical credits, the so called CFAs, is a complex procedure and often those credits do not count in universities.

Often people think that art cannot be anything but a hobby, something to pass the time with, but for many professionals it is a job that has to be recognized just like any other. We are not able to appreciate the beauties of our country, we are not able to manage the funds allocated to art and culture, maybe the reason is that there is the prejudice that nothing can be gained from art but it is not true: art is moving toward an impressive digitalization. Art Industries exist and make millions: augmented reality, technological equipment for a completely safe museum experience, 3D technologies. Expressive models are adapting to any situation, but it looks like the art market is fated to remain prerogative of few chosen ones.

We should start from recognizing the fundamental rights of students and teachers and then we can learn to appreciate the artistic heritage of our country.
Such heritage needs graduates from the 20 academies who know how to appreciate and care for what has been left on its own for so long. A state that
allocates only 4.1% of its GDP to education cannot consider it as a main player in the growth and formation of artistic minds that can better Italy.

Do you know Fondo Rotativo Edisu Piemonte?

Fondo Rotativo is reserved for off-site students applying for scholarships and housing service, who result eligible in the accommodation definitive ranking list and and not assigned as a result of expression of interest.

The application for Edisu Fondo Rotativo for Rent Deposit has been online since 2 October 2020.

What is Fondo Rotativo?

Fondo rotativo is an economic support to cover the payment of the security deposit required at the time of stipulating a lease as an advance payment of the scholarship, reserved for off-site students applying for scholarships and housing service who result eligible in the accommodation definitive ranking list and not assigned as a result of expression of interest.

The amount paid is equal to the one needed for two months and will be fully recognized or in part according to the number of holders, however within the maximum limit set for each contract and cannot exceed € 800,00. This amount is intended as an advance on the scholarship.

For more info go on the Edisu Call but remember that you can submit the application online since 2 October 2020.

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