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13th Masterscholarship program

  • 06

    March 2023
  • 31

    October 2023


6 March 2023 - The 13th Masterscholarship competition is now open for the academic year 2023/24. The competition, aimed at students from any of the 13 countries in which UniCredit operates, awards eight 1 year scholarships for Master programs in economics or finance at among the most prestigious universities in Europe.


The universities involved in the program for academic year 2023/2024 are:


- Bocconi University Milano - Master of in Economic and Social Sciences or in Finance

- Barcelona School of Economics - Master of Science in Economics or Finance

- London School of Economics - MRes in Economics MRes/PhD in Economics ( 

- Mannheim University - Master in Economics

- Oxford University - MPhil in Economics (tbc)

- SciencesPo - Master in Economics

- Stockholm School of Economics - MSc in Economics or Finance

- Toulouse School of Economics - Master 2 Doctoral Path Scholarship 


The scholarships cover all documented tuition fees as well as the cost of living for 1 year of the Master course (either first or second year Master).


In order to apply, students just have to apply to the different master programs following the online admission procedure indicated by each school. The top admitted students will be selected by the school as candidates for our scholarships (one winner each university).


Here below the WINNERS of 12th edition


Lea Schaffer - Università Bocconi
Federico Mattei - Barcelona School of Economics
Raffaele Blasone - London School of Economics and Political Sciences
Ole Cordes - Mannheim University
Alessandro Guarnieri - Oxford University
Norbert Monti - SciencesPo
Camilla Puleo - Stockholm School of Economics
Alessandro Cauzzi - Toulouse School of Economics