WHY CHOOSE Italy – FROM A STUDENT PERSPECTIVE
Italy’s universities are some of the oldest in Europe and in the world. The University of Bologna was founded in 1088, the University of Padua in 1222, and the University of Naples in 1224. Not only the oldest universities but also the Universities with the most reasonable tuition fee are also in Italy.
The education system in Italy has followed the Bologna system since 1999. The 3+2, 3-cycle system means you can get graduate from an Italian university with bachelor’s and master’s qualifications after 5 years of study.
Usually by June for September. However, the dates vary from university to another.
PASSPORT VALIDITY REQUIREMENT
Must be at least three months longer than the period of validity of a Schengen visa.
350-800 EUR per month including: dormitory/flat rent 70-200 EUR, food 150-250 EUR, learning aid 15-30 EUR and leisure 100-300 EUR. Costs may vary depending on your needs, lifestyle and other factors.
AFTER STUDIES – SETTLEMENT OPTIONS
Permanent residency after studies if the person follows the laws and resides in the country legally.