A new agreement was signed with Banca Intesa Sanpaolo thanks to which the students of UniCamillus – International Medical University of Rome can count on financial support specifically designed by the banking group to allow them to expand their skills in the medical-health field.
The “Merit” loan is a loan that every student residing in Italy can obtain on the sole condition of being in compliance with the chosen course of study; the rate is fixed and defined at the time of subscription and no guarantee is required.
At the end of the studies, a “gap period” of 24 months is activated, during which the student will no longer receive payments but will not have to return anything yet.
The return takes place within a maximum period of 30 years; in case of early termination there are no additional costs.
All interest is transferred by Intesa Sanpaolo to the Fund for Impact, the fund created for categories with difficulties in accessing credit and studying.
Furthermore, Intesa Sanpaolo is the financial partner of the European Investment Bank (EIB) for the “Fondo StudioSì“, the zero-interest loan made available by the Ministry of University and Research at the start of the academic year 2020/2021. The loan is aimed at students residing or studying in the South of Italy, does not require any guarantee, can reach a maximum of 50,000 euros and be repaid in a maximum of 20 years.
“Fondo StudioSì” is intended only for students residing in eight target regions of the PON project, Abruzzo, Basilicata, Calabria, Campania, Molise, Puglia, Sardinia and Sicily, who are attending or will attend: the last two years of single-cycle degree, master degree courses, master’s and specialization schools.
The “Merit” and “Fondo StudioSì” initiatives allow you to meet the tuition fees, the purchase of teaching material, the costs of accommodation and everything you need to face your studies with confidence.
For the contractual conditions, please refer to the Information Sheets available at the bank branch and on the bank’s website. The granting of loans is subject to the approval of the bank.
Another great milestone achieved by UniCamillus in the constant effort to support the most deserving and willing students in their studies, also guaranteed by an excellent faculty of the University.
This is indeed an important agreement that emphasizes the importance of training, rewards merit and responsibility and supports the category of citizens with greater needs.
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