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Financial Aid and Scholarships for John Cabot University In Rome

Financing Your University Degree in Rome, Italy

Study in Rome

At John Cabot University we are committed to making our American degree programs in Rome as affordable as possible. Our generous scholarship program provides numerous awards based on merit, financial need and your geographic origin. We also participate in U.S. Title IV Program for Stafford and Parent PLUS Loans.

Merit Scholarships and Need-Based Aid
As part of our commitment to provide affordable university education for qualified and talented students, John Cabot University offers many merit-based scholarships and financial assistance grants.
Merit and Need-Based Scholarships
Scholarships for Italian Students
English Language for University Studies (ENLUS) Scholarships
Columbus Guarini Scholarship
Secchia Scholars Program
• External Scholarship Resources

Federal Student Aid
United States citizens and eligible non-citizens may be eligible to borrow low-interest Federal Direct Loans through the Stafford Loan program and the Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS) loan program. Learn more about financing your education through federal aid.

Financial Aid for Military Families
John Cabot University is proud to participate in the Post-9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33), an education benefit program for individuals who served on active duty after September 10, 2001. This program grants tuition and fee payments, a monthly housing allowance, and a book and supplies stipend. Learn more.

Student Employment
The Student Employment Program provides on-campus jobs that enhance students' educational or career goals. Student assistants may work up to 20 hours per week and are remunerated per hour. For further information about the Student Employment Program contact [email protected]

Tuition and Fees
Our office is dedicated to helping all students learn how they can finance their education at John Cabot University. Learn more about our anticipated budget, tuition and fees, and our payment options.

For more information, visit our frequently asked questions or email us at: [email protected]

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