South Tyrolean Student Association
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The south Tyrolean student association (sh.asus, italienisch: associazione universitaria sudtirolese,ladinisch: lia di studënc dl'université de südtirol) is the most important south Tyrolean students representation. The sh.asus is not place bound to the headquarter but additionally has six branch offices in big university cities, four in Austria and two in Italy. The sh.asus was founded in 1955 as a non-profit association. Its main task is to represent the interest of south Tyrolean students abroad and students in South Tyrol.
Friday, 07.01.2022, our office is closed.
Provisional publication of the study grant ranking - academic year 2021/22
Dear students, from today December 6, the provisional ranking for the study grant has been published - there you can check whether you have received the study grant and how much it is. You can correct your application from December 6 - 23, 2021.
If you need help in correcting your application, just pass by the office or if you prefer online support for the application via Zoom, contact us.
You can find the preliminary result list under the following link: https://www.provincia.bz.it/it/servizi-a-z.asp?bnsv_svid=1005280
(published December 06, 2021)
Application for the study grant is online - academic year 2021/22
Dear students, from today the application for the study grant is finally online and it will be possible to apply until November 5th. As every year, we offer help
and support in filling out the application for the study grant, just pass by the office or if you prefer online support for the application via Zoom, contact us.
(published September 27, 2021)
The Province of Bozen/Bolzano provides scholarships for post-graduate students. Further information is available here.
Intermediate deadline: 30 April 2021
Final deadline: 30 September 2021
(published March 24, 2021)
Claudia Augusta Prize
The Italian Provincial Library "Claudia Augusta" Bolzano awards prizes to diploma theses (bachelor's, master's and doctoral theses) in Italian and/or English that are of interest to South Tyrol. The aim of the prize is to collect and document the diversity of local social and cultural assets and to make them known to the public.
The theses may have been written in the current academic year or in the two previous academic years. Papers that are suitable but cannot be considered due to lack of funds will be considered again in future years.
Deadline for submission is September 15, 2021.
(published on March 15, 2021)