Scholarships and Tuition Benefits
NEW - AUGUST 2017 ENDICOTT STAGIAIRE OPPORTUNITY FOR APICIUS CAREER STUDENTS
Endicott College offers a stagiaire program for Apicius hospitality, culinary arts, and baking and pastry career program graduates who wish to complete a bachelor’s degree in Beverly, Massachusetts. Accepted candidates will partake in a part-time stagiaire position on campus and be awarded full US tuition (4-6 semesters), room and board, and monthly stipend to cover personal expenses. Non-US participants who complete their bachelor’s degree at Endicott have the benefit of eligibility for an 18-month academic training visa after the stagiaire contract commitment.
The following benefits are offered according to government approval for the US and Canada and origin of nationality for the E.U. For the USA and Canada benefits, the designated government organ must be contacted directly. Students eligible for the European Union reduction should contact FUA for further information.
- Tuition Benefits for US Veterans, Department of Veterans Affairs
- Career Program assistance has been approved for US students seeking financial aid. For career program students not currently attending a US university or college, and who are seeking financial aid through a third party, FUA is pleased to announce that financial aid certification can be provided through our School of Record.
- Students from the European Union who are enrolling individually at FUA may apply for a tuition reduction.
- UK - Career Program funding through Professional and Career Development loans is available through the Skills Funding Agency of the UK government.
- Iceland - Apicius Career Programs and the DIVA Visual Communication Career Program are approved for funding by the LIN Icelandic Student Loan Fund.
SENIOR STUDY ABROAD:
- Adult learners over the age of 50 who are enrolling individually at FUA may apply for a tuition reduction (study abroad programs only).
FUA offers several scholarships in specific study disciplines throughout the year. Our scholarships are an important expression of the consortium's mission to provide a dynamic and challenging approach to education abroad - through scholarships, we can share the mission with gifted students seeking financial support to study in Florence. Scholarships are offered on a one-semester basis and vary according to the fields of study at FUA. Please consult the individual scholarships for further details. If you are a researcher or an academic professional and are seeking grant opportunities, please visit our research page.
Offered in Fall Semesters (Deadline March 18th):
Offered in Spring Semesters (Deadline October 22nd):
The following entities offer scholarships at Palazzi, please contact them directly for further information:
Scholarship Rules and Regulations
Scholarship application deadlines are three months prior to the start of the academic semester. See individual scholarship pages for more information on specific requirements regarding the application form and the period of study in Florence. Further information and the application form can requested from the Dean of Students at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Scholarships are open only to individual enrollments. Students who enroll through a provider, agency, or affiliated university are not eligible.
- Each scholarship is designed for a specific semester. If a student cannot attend for any given reason, the scholarship will be assigned to the second runnerup.
- Scholarships are not reimbursable for any reason whatsoever. If a scholarship holder should terminate or not complete the term of study for any reason including emergencies, he or she may not recuperate the unfulfilled period at a later date.
- Scholarship benefits cover tuition only. Housing, living, and extra study expenses (lab fees, textbooks, etc) must be covered by the scholarship holder.
- Scholarship students must be involved and participate in at least 10 hours of Palazzi and Palazzi institution-specific activities.
- We are unable to accommodate students with physical disabilities due to the lack of adequately outfitted structures in the city of Florence, many of which are inaccessible for handicapped individuals.
Creative digital solutions and resources on the web are also options that students may explore. A crowdfunding approach, such as FundMyTravel, features an online fundraising platform for students who wish to reach out to communities through personalized campaigns in order to gather funds for meaningful studies abroad.