Studying in Italy has been the most popular destination for many international students since ages, by offering high-quality education, top-ranked universities and at an affordable tuition fee than many other Western European Countries. For these reasons, many internationals choose to study abroad in Italy.
Italy is a country of great food, great weather, and is fast becoming an ever-more popular study abroad destination with some of the world’s universities.
Italy has a high public education standard, surpassing that of other comparable developed countries, such as the UK,Germany,Canada, Australia and many other countries.
Italy has 17 universities ranked among world top 500.
Today Italy ranks among the 8 most industrialized countries in the world. Italy has many oldest continually operating universities in the world. University of Bologna is established in 1088.
Free education with up to 5000 Euros Scholarship.
What to Study ?
B.tech (Bachelor), M.tech / MS, MBA, Fashion, Architect.
The academic year in Italy has two semesters. The first semester starts from the month of September/October and ends in January/February. The second semester starts from the month February and ends in July. The start and finish dates vary in different universities but each semester lasts for about 20 weeks comprising of 14 weeks for teaching period lasting and around 6 weeks for the exam period.
University of Sannio
University of Messina
University of Milan
Marche Polytechnic University
University of Milan – Bicocca
Polytechnic University of Milan
Sapienza University of Rome
Ca’ Foscari University of Venice
University of Turin
Second University of Naples
University of Bologna
University of Catania
University of Ferrara
University of Florence
Politecnico di Torino
SDA Bocconi School of Management
University of Bologna – Bologna Business School
LUISS Business School
MIB Trieste School of Management
University of Milan