Studying abroad in Italy will cost you less than you would think, both in terms of tuition and living expenses. Italian Embassies or Consulate-General offices in your native country issue entry visas in Italy.
Some of Europe’s first universities were founded in Italy during the Middle Ages and Renaissance.
Italy is now home to many prestigious educational institutions. Many institutions in Italy rank high in the QS World University Rankings as well, with a number appearing in the top 200 every year.
Italy has been a prominent player in the recent higher education reform. The “Bologna Process” is the name given to this reform.
Affordable and high-quality education compared to other European Nations.
A entry visa is assigned for short term visits or studies (i.e., up to 90 days).
It is generally necessary to meet the following requirements to be admitted to a recognized institution in Italy:
A high school diploma or bachelor’s degree (for graduate students) showing eligibility for university study in Italy is required.
It is necessary to achieve 59 percent in the last two years of study.
Depending on the curriculum, you must be fluent in either English or Italian. The most widely accepted English tests by Italian universities are the TOEFL and IELTS.
Entrance exams for particular programmes are also administered by specific universities.
Certain courses have additional requirements, so verify with the university before applying.