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DEGREE PROGRAMS SPRING DEADLINE TO APPLY: DECEMBER 6TH, 2021

Internal Grants

At Istituto Marangoni Miami we also offer the possibility of internal grants for students. These grants are similar to scholarships in that they do not need to be repaid, however they are different because they are need-based and not merit-based. These need-based grants are calculated based on students entering the school on their first semester and are kept for every semester the student attends the school unless the internal awards and conditions are violated.

Undergraduate Students:

Students entering an undergraduate program at the school have access to grants by submitting their Declaration of Finance form through our online portal. Before being able to have access to this form, students must complete their formal application to one of our undergraduate degree programs. Once this application is submitted students will be given access to their Application Coordinator who will help them with the completing of all supporting documents required for acceptance into the school. During this process students will be given access to need-based grants and completing the Declaration of Finance form.

All undergraduate students below the age of 24 will be required to complete the form for themselves but to also include information regarding their Parent/Guardian/Sponsor and what funding will be made available for their education. This includes attaching supporting bank documents to show the monetary means the student and sponsor have towards their education.

Decisions for undergraduate grants will be made on a first come, first serve basis. This means students who delay submitting their declaration of finance form and added documentation might not be able to receive any funds. All students are asked to submit their forms as part of their admissions application in a timely manner and not at a later date.

Students facing excruciating circumstances past their first semester of enrollment can seek to speak to the Campus Director at any point about continuing student grants and whether or not they qualify.

Post-Graduate Students:

Students entering a Post-Graduate Program at the school have access to grants by submitting their Declaration of Finance form through our online portal. Before being able to have access to this form, students must complete their formal application to one of our Post-Graduate Degree programs. Once this application is submitted students will be given access to their Application Coordinator who will help them with the completing of all supporting documents required for acceptance into the school. During this process students will be given access to need-based grants and completing the Declaration of Finance form.

All Post-Graduate students below the age of 24 will be required to complete the form for themselves but to also include information regarding their Parent/Guardian/Sponsor and what funding will be made available for their education. This includes attaching supporting bank documents to show the monetary means the student and sponsor have towards their education.

Decisions for Post-Graduate Grants will be made on a first come, first serve basis. This means students who delay submitting their declaration of finance form and added documentation might not be able to receive any funds. All students are asked to submit their forms as part of their admissions application in a timely manner and not at a later date.

Students facing excruciating circumstances past their first semester of enrollment can seek to speak to the Campus Director at any point about continuing student grants and whether or not they qualify.