UNI-CO-RE 2.0 - UNIVERSITY CORRIDORS PROJECT FOR REFUGEE
The objective of the University Corridors for Refugees - UNICORE 2.0 project is to promote the right to high education for refugees through study corridors from Ethiopia to Italy for the A.Y. 2020-21 and 2021-2022.
It is one of the actions of “Manifesto per l’Università Inclusiva” promoted by United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees UNHCR and approved by UNISS.
The project is supported by the University of Sassari and the National Project Partners: United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Caritas Italiana, Diaconia Valdese, Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MAECI), University of Sassari (Uniss), all the other Italian universities signing the Cooperation Agreement for the project.
BENEFITS AND SUPPORTS
Eligible candidates will receive full support during all the steps of application, including financial coverage of all the expenses prior to the arrival.
- Full coverage of the expenses to be faced before the arrival in Italy
- Full tuition fee exemption;
- A scholarship per year supported by local partnership, including Housing from July 2020 and Board and additional expenses, as better specified in the call of application
- Mentoring service for all the duration of the studies and full support from the Student Administration and Course Office;
- A Buddy service for helping in Integrating in the local student life and community;
- Psychological Counseling Service by the University of Sassari and Caritas.
Fondazione di Sardegna
Caritas Diocesana Di Sassari
Comune di Sassari
SERVICE OFFERED BY UNISS
Free introduction course before the arrival
A program of lessons to different degree courses with Italian language courses, will be offered by the University of Sassari.
A platform will be made available by June 2020.
Local students support
To continue the higher education in Sardinia, in the city of Sassari, local students will support the winners in the student life and will assist for any problem met during the studies.