Bologna, April 4, 2022 – Emilia Romagna strengthens its investment Scholarships. In the current school year, the region has agreed on 47 million euros to the advantage of 20,241 students, which is 10.7% more than the previous year (there were 18,374). More than you Half of these bags of the study was funded by the regional funds, for a sum of almost 2.2 million euros. They benefit students enrolled in the first and second year of high school and in the second and third years of vocational training and education courses. The remaining 9,669 scholarships, for funding of over 2.5 million euroswill instead be covered with resources Ministry of Education and intended for all eligible Emilia-Romagna students participating in the last three years of high schools, technical and vocational institutes.
In addition, these resources will be supplemented by a further 2.25 million euros, which will be distributed over the regional territory and earmarked for the financing of the School transport for the next year 2022-2023.
Scholarship: how much
Scholarships have a value of 183 Euros, an increase of 229 Euros for students deservedthat is, with an average of the mark above 7, and for those with Disability. The value of The ministerial allowance is 261.8 euros instead (Same for everyone). The Isee family income threshold to benefit from scholarships is set at € 15,748 per year.
Regional contributions are paid by the provinces of the metropolitan city of Bologna. For ministerial subsidies, on the other hand, the region gives the list of beneficiaries drawn up by the provinces in the metropolitan city, the same Ministry of Education, which directly settles the sums with bank transfers.
Scholarships, none were omitted
“Again, through a year-on-year allocation, we guarantee 100% of the scholarships to pupils who have the requisites, especially to the deserving and the handicapped, emphasizes the school’s regional councilor, Paola Salomoni – an important commitment of the region, which invested in the school at 360 degrees, from grants to transport to school buildings, to guarantee the full right to education and equal opportunities for all students, to guarantee homogeneity of treatment throughout the region. This year, too, we have decided to increase the financial resources to respond to the growing number of requests and to ensure that none of the boys and girls who are eligible are excluded. “