UniCamillus provides a significant number of full or partial scholarships for deserving and highly motivated EU and non-EU students who do not have sufficient financial resources.
Scholarships are financed also by national and international organizations engaged in humanitarian activities; they believe in the support to future physicians, nurses, obstetricians and technicians who will address health emergencies that still affect a substantial part of the world
For students enrolled in the Medicine and Surgery Degree Course for A.Y. 2021/2022, 10 partial scholarships of the amount of Euro 6.000 are available for merit and income as included in Article 7 of the call.
For students enrolled in the Dentistry and Dental prosthetics Degree Course for A.Y. 2021/2022, 5 partial scholarships of the amount of Euro 7.000 are available for merit and income as included in Article 7 of the call
The Foundation Progetto Salute, Promoter of UniCamillus, offers a number of scholarships which cover, fully or partially, tuition fees. They are intended for deserving and motivated NON EU students who are in financial need. In particular, the formula in use for the full scholarship is the “Loan of Honor”: the “loan” covers the entirety of tuition fees and is considered redeemed if, after achieving the degree, the person comes back to the country of origin or a similar one, chosen in accordance with the university, to work for at least three years
The awarding of a full or partial scholarship is subject to an evaluation process independent from the admission test, but will take into account the ranking achieved in the admission test.
UniCamillus has established a scholarship for students coming from Ghana in memory of Sister Grace Foligah, a third year nursing student at at UniCamillus, who passed away in early 2021 due to the pandemic. Grace was born in Kpando, in Southeastern Ghana – near the border with Togo. She decided to become a nurse after encountering many people for whom religious comfort was not enough, and who needed the essential care that a nurse would be able to provide.
Grace perfectly embodied the mission of UniCamillus, as she wanted to put ‘more heart in those hands’, and a permanent scholarship has been established in her name in order to keep her memory alive.