The International International Organization of Latin American, invites students from Latin America to apply for IILAscholarships, to take courses or research stays in Italy.
The stay could last up to six (6) months. In addition, the priority areas of this call are:
- Life sciences and biotechnology.
- Renewable energy.
- Agrofood and food technologies.
- Conservation of cultural heritage.
This process begins through registration in research in your home country.
- Merit of participants, both work and academic.
- Place of origin, as priority will be given to countries within Italian Cooperation and the Human Development Index carried out by the United Nations Development Programme.
- Priority will also take priority for those who want to stay in public, track-based entities. Or, with cooperation with IILA.
Each intern must make a final report of his stay in Italy. It can be delivered up to one month after the end of the scholarship.
- Stay of no less than three (3) months and no more than six (6) in Italy.
- Stipend of 1,200 euros per month, for accommodation and meals.
- As well as health insurance, accidents and civil liability.
However, these scholarships do not cover international transport costs.
These are the requirements to apply for
You must meet the following requirements:
- Citizen of a Latin American country, members of the International Italian Latin American Organization. Some of them are: Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Bolivia, among others.
- Up to forty (40) years old. And if you had one or more children, the age limit is one (1) more year for each child, with a limit of three (3).
- In addition, it has a degree title that relates to one of the areas of study mentioned. And have experience in it.
- Also, have admission to the educational institution where you want to carry out the scholarship.
- And have a pre-project, research or course that can be done in the time available. The deadline is January 31, 2021.
- Also, it is desirable that you know Italian language.
- And work together with non-governmental organizations in Latin America.