Covid-19 emergency support measures
The Ca’ Foscari University of Venice announces a competitive call for the awarding of incentives for connectivity, housing and mobility for the academic year 2020/2021, in addition to the usual financial aid for the right to education, with the purpose of offering greater support to students and their families in recognition of the critical issues related to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic emergency.
The support measures are divided into incentives for:
- connectivity: incentive of up to €100 for the purchase of a new personal computer, laptop, tablet, smartphone or for data subscription on a fixed or mobile network;
- mobility: incentive for the expenses of travel passes for city or intercity transport, for a total of 50% of the cost, and up to a maximum of €250;
- housing: incentive for the costs of renting of up to €600.
The incentives for mobility and housing are alternative measures.
For detailed information, please read carefully the competitive call on this page.
To apply for the incentives, you must meet all the requirements indicated in the call and you must have completed and submitted the application form form on line by 12:30 pm on Thursday 17 December 2020.
All the supporting documents of proof of expenditure relating to the requested measures must be attached to the online form, grouped in a single file in .pdf format no larger than 10 MB. You must keep the original copies of the documents attached to the online form, which, in case of checks, must be shown to the Financial Aid Unit of the University to prove the completeness and truthfulness of the information declared.
By 19 March 2021, as foreseen by the call, specific rankings will be approved for each of the measures to be awarded, from, drafted in ascending order of ISEE certificate. The incentives will be awarded according to the ranking order as far as available resources allow and will take the form of a reduction or reimbursement of university fees for the academic year. 2020/2021.
The incentives will be awarded by means of adding credit to your University CartaConto, which you must activate in advance.
Warning: the university will carry out spot checks of the truthfulness of the self-certifications submitted, according to the provisions of the legislation in force. Presenting false statements is both a criminal offence and leads to the application of administrative sanctions.
Last update: 12/01/2021