UniCredit Foundation Masterscholarships

BSE is one of just eight graduate schools in Europe where UniCredit Foundation awards a full scholarship for Master's study in the areas of Economics or Finance.

The scholarship includes:

  • All tuition fees for the Master's program
  • Stipend for living expenses

Selection criteria:

Selection process:

  • All BSE Master's applicants to the eligible programs will be considered for this and any other merit-based funding opportunities.

Recent recipients of the UniCredit Masterscholarships

Lapo Bini '21 (Finance Program)

  • Citizenship: Italy
  • Undergraduate Degree: Bachelor's in Economics and Commerce (with honors), University of Pisa
  • Graduate Degree: Master's in Economics (with honors), Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna

Remzi Ishak Pilavci '20 (Economics Program)

  • Citizenship: Turkey
  • Undergraduate Degree: Bachelor's in Economics from Koç University
  • Previous Work Experience: Internship at HSBC

About our partnership with Unicredit Foundation

UniCredit Foundation offers scholarships for study at prestigious European institutions in order to support the best students and researchers in Economics and Finance in the European countries where UniCredit operates. For over 10 years, BSE has been one of just eight graduate schools in Europe where UniCredit Foundation awards its competitive Masterscholarships.

In addition to the Masterscholarship, UniCredit also supports BSE Summer Schools and a Best Paper Award for PhD students from a select list of European institutions. That award has been won by two BSE Alumni: Federica Daniele '13 and Greg Ganics '12.

Group photo of the award ceremony in Milan
Eva Shoenwald '17 (Economics) receives the UniCredit Masterscholarship at the award ceremony in Milan (2016).

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