Admission application for the College
I am already enrolled to the first year of university. Can I apply for a scholarship?
Still considering the priority given to high school graduates, the Foundation reserves the unquestionable right to accept students about to begin their second or following university year; in any case, students about to begin their last year of university courses (MA degree) will not be admitted.
The application must include a certificate for all university exams taken so far, with detailed grades and course credits.
I just got my bachelor’s degree and I want to enroll to a Master’s Degree in Rome. Can I apply for a scholarship?
As above, still considering the priority given to high school graduates, the Foundation reserves the unquestionable right to accept students about to begin their second or following university year; in any case, students about to begin their last year of university courses (MA degree) will not be admitted.
What is the “non-resident” student scholarship?
“Non-resident” students participate to the educational activities of the College (especially in-house seminars and the summer school), they have tutorship and guidance for their academic career and they can ask for financial subsidy (either with a grant or expense refund) up to €800 maximum per year, provided they comply with rules (maintain a good academic average, attend the educational activities proposed by the College). Please note that you must check if the grant given by our Foundation is compatible with other subsidies granted by the Local Institution for the Right to Education (DISU). Should it be incompatible, “non-resident” students may take part in the educational activities of the College and receive an expense refund.
I applied for “Residency” but, should I not be accepted, I would like to apply for “Non-Residency”. What should I do?
In the pre-enrolment form you can check if you apply for residency or non-residency in the related box. If you check both, once all the resident places are taken, applicants will be considered for non-residency.
One of my parents is an INPS worker/pensioner and I would like to apply for the INPS scholarship for university colleges. Must I still apply for the college screening process?
Yes, you must check the related box in the pre-enrolment for to indicate you want to apply for the INPS scholarship and you still need to take all the tests and interviews, scheduled for all applicants on Friday, July 26th 2019, starting at 8:30 a.m.
I do not have my high school final mark yet. Can I still send the pre-enrolment form?
Yes, you can still apply. Your evaluation regarding the admission to the tests could be suspended, until you notify your final mark.
I do not know my ISEEU evaluation yet? Can I still send the pre-enrolment form?
We strongly suggest to get your ISEEU (Equivalent Financial Situation Index for University) and ISPE (Equivalent Assets Situation Index) forms, relating to year 2018, before applying with the pre-enrolment form. Your evaluation regarding the admission to the tests could be suspended, until you send your ISEE and ISPE forms.
My ISEEU is €23.100. Am I not eligible to apply?
As per the official call, the Foundation reserves the unquestionable right to accept students coming from families whose ISEEU and ISPE indicators are above the threshold specified in the call, if they still are in unfavorable financial conditions.
I sent the pre-enrolment form but I still have not heard back from the Foundation. Does it mean I was not admitted?
As per the official call, candidates will be notified in any case about the outcome of the pre-selection by email, be it positive or negative. Should you not receive any notice, please check the spam folder of your email or contact the Secretariat for further information.
I received the notice of admission to the tests. What should I do now?
Once your pre-enrolment is accepted, candidates must collect all the documents specified in the call. All documents must be sent first via email and then posted, on unstamped paper (photocopy), to the Secretariat of the College before the deadline specified in the notice of admission, in order to allow the evaluation of the documents.
Should I send my original report cards? Does the certificate of family status need the tax stamp?
Original documents must not be sent, only send copies (we suggest copying report cards in A3 format or on a single page with I and II semester together) The certificate of family status does not need the tax stamp. In some cases, we could accept a self-certification of the family status.
I don’t have any work experience. Should I still send my CV?
Yes. In your CV you can write about your educational experience (qualifications), additional educational activities, possible volunteering experiences. You can write your CV in any format or the one available on the Europass website
My school does not give me my report cards with grades from I and II semester. What can I do?
A substitute certificate is just as good, with grades from I and II semester. We recommend notifying the school that for our application it is important to have all of the high school grades.
I am already busy on July 26th. Are the admission tests scheduled for additional days?
Tests will only be on Friday, July 26th 2019, from 8:30 a.m., for “resident”, “non-resident” and INPS applicants. No other dates are scheduled.
How and when will I know about the outcome of the tests?
Within the first week of August, the secretariat of the Foundation will notify the outcome of the tests, via e-mail, at the address specified on the pre-enrolment form, both to admitted applicants and rejected applicants.
What is the housing contract mentioned in the call?
The relation between the University College “Villa Nazareth” and each student depends on a document called “Contratto di Ospitalità e Progetto formativo personalizzato” (Housing Contract and Personal Education Project), according to article 13 subsection 5 of the D. L. 68/12. Together with the notice of admission, each student will receive via email the housing contract, to be signed along with the acceptance of residency. In the contract, there are all the rules of communal living in the college and rules for keeping the scholarship (in particular, maintain a good academic average, attend the educational activities proposed by the College and active participation to all services of communal living).
What are the Personal Education Project and the College Diploma?
Along with the Housing contract, each student in the College, as per D.M. 673 of 08/09/2016, art. 4, 1.V, must sign their own Personal Education Project, where they will find all the activities – organized by the College “Villa Nazareth” – that each student will attend during the academic year. At the end of their stay in the College, the student is given a College Diploma that certifies all the attended activities and the non-formal skills acquired (as per art. 5, subsection 3, letter f, law 240/2010)
I would like to visit the premises. How can I schedule an appointment?We do not allow visits before admission. At the page STRUTTURA you can see the main areas of the college, including two bedrooms, one in the female dorm (single or double bedrooms with private bathroom) and one in the male dorm (single bedrooms with shared bathroom). You cannot choose your room, but I will be assigned by the Head of the College.
I have been admitted. Do I have to pay any tuition?
Accommodation and the educational services offered by the College “Villa Nazareth” are completely free. The costs payed by the College for each student per year is €12.000.