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Universities In Italy

Serial No.University Name
1UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZA Applied Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence
2UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZA Sustainable Building Engineering
3UNIVERSITY OF VENICEBusiness Administration – Curriculum Business Administration and Management
4UNIVERSITY OF VENICEDigital Management
5UNIVERSITY OF VENICEEconomics and Business – Curriculum Economics, Markets and Finance
6UNIVERSITY OF VENICEPhilosophy, International and Economic Studies
7UNIVERSITY OF PISABachelor’s Degree in Humanities – IPH
8UNIVERSITY OF PISABachelor’s Degree in Management for Business and Economics
9UNIVERSITY OF CASSINOBachelor in Economics and Business
10UNIVERSITY OF MILANInternational Politics, Law and Economics (IPLE)
11UNIVERSITY OF MILANPolitical Sciences (SPO)
12UNIVERSITY OF PADOVAAnimal Care
13UNIVERSITY OF SIENAEconomics and Banking
14UNIVERSITY OF SIENAEconomics and Management
15UNIVERSITY OF POTILOArchitecture
16UNIVERSITY OF POTILOMECHANICAL ENGINEERING
17UNIVERSITY OF POTILOAUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING
18UNIVERSITY OF POTILOComputer engineering
19UNIVERSITY OF TURINBusiness & Management
20UNIVERSITY OF TURINGlobal Law and Transnational Legal Studies
21UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNABUSINESS AND ECONOMICS
22UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAECONOMICS AND FINANCE
23UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAGenomics
24UNIVERSUTY OF CAMERINOBiosciences and Biotecnology
25UNIVERSITY OF MESSINAData Analysis
26UNIVERSITY OF MESSINAPolitical Sciences and International Relations
27UNIVERSITY OF TOR VERGATABusiness Administration & Economics
28UNIVERSITY OF TOR VERGATAEngineering Sciences
29UNIVERSITY OF TOR VERGATAGlobal Governance
Serial No.UniversityName
1UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAArchaeological Materials Science
2UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAArchitecture (Conservation)
3UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAArtificial Intelligence and Robotics
4UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAAtmospheric Science and Technology
5UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAControl Engineering
6UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZACybersecurity
7UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAChemical Engineering
8UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAClassics
9UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAClinical Psychosexology
10UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZACognitive Neuroscience
11UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAComputer Science
12UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAData Science
13UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZADesign, Multimedia and Visual Communication
14UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZADevelopment and International Cooperation Sciences
15UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAEconomics
16UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAEconomics and communication for management and innovation
17UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAEngineering in Computer Science
18UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAEnglish and Anglo-American Studies
19UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAEnvironmental and Sustainable Building Engineering
20UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAEuropean studies
21UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAFashion studies
22UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAFinance and insurance
23UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAGenetics and Molecular Biology
24UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAGlobal Humanities
25UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAHealth Economics
26UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZALandscape Architecture
27UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAPhysics
28UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAProduct and Service Design
29UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAMedicine and Surgery
30UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZANanotechnology Engineering
31UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAElectronics Engineering
32UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAElectrical Engineering
33UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAEnergy Engineering
34UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAMSc Environmental and Sustainable Building Engineering
35UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAEngineering in Computer Science
36UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAMechanical Engineering
37UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAScience and Technology for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage
38UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZAStatistical Methods and Applications
39UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZATransport Systems Engineering
40UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZASpace and astronautical engineering
41UNIVERSITY OF SAPIENZABusiness Management
42UNIVERSITY OF MECERATAINTERNATIONAL TOURISM AND DESTINATION MANAGEMENT
43UNIVERSITY OF MECERATAINTERNATIONAL FINANCE AND ECONOMICS
44UNIVERSITY OF MECERATAGLOBAL POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
45UNIVERSITY OF VENICEData Analytics for Business and Society
46UNIVERSITY OF VENICEEnvironmental Humanities
47UNIVERSITY OF VENICEComputer Science
48UNIVERSITY OF VENICEConservation Science and Technology for Cultural Heritage
49UNIVERSITY OF VENICEData Analytics for Business and Society
50UNIVERSITY OF VENICEDigital and Public Humanities
51UNIVERSITY OF VENICEEnvironmental Sciences – Curriculum Global Change and Sustainability
52UNIVERSITY OF VENICEComparative International Relations (Global studies Path)
53UNIVERSITY OF VENICEEconomics and Finance – Curriculum Economics-QEM
54UNIVERSITY OF VENICEEconomics and Finance – Curriculum Finance
55UNIVERSITY OF VENICEEconomics and Management of Arts and Cultural Activities – Curriculum Arts Management
56UNIVERSITY OF VENICEManagement
57UNIVERSITY OF VENICEEuropean, American and Postcolonial language and literature – Curriculum Literature and culture (American Studies Path)
58UNIVERSITY OF VENICEScience and Technology of Bio and Nanomaterials
59UNIVERSITY OF VENICEEuropean, American and Postcolonial language and literature – Curriculum Literature and culture (English Studies Path)
60UNIVERSITY OF VENICEGlobal Development and Entrepreneurship
61UNIVERSITY OF VENICEJoint Degree Erasmus Mundus Master Course Models and Methods of Quantitative Economics (QEM)
62UNIVERSITY OF VENICEJoint Master’s Degree in English and American Studies
63UNIVERSITY OF VENICEJoint Master’s Degree in Sustainable Development
64UNIVERSITY OF VENICELanguage Sciences – Curriculum Language Sciences (Language Sciences Path)
65UNIVERSITY OF PISAMaster of Science in Aerospace Engineering
66UNIVERSITY OF PISAMaster of Science in Artificial Intelligence and Data Engineering
67UNIVERSITY OF PISAMaster of Science in Bionics Engineering
68UNIVERSITY OF PISAMaster of Science in Computer Engineering
69UNIVERSITY OF PISAMaster of Science in Computer Science
70UNIVERSITY OF PISAMaster of Science in Computer Science and Networking
71UNIVERSITY OF PISAMaster of Science in Cybersecurity
72UNIVERSITY OF PISAMaster of Science in Data Science and Business Informatics
73UNIVERSITY OF PISAMaster of Science in Technology and production of paper and cardboard
74UNIVERSITY OF PISAMaster of Science in Neuroscience
75UNIVERSITY OF PISAMaster of Science in Nuclear Engineering
76UNIVERSITY OF PISAMaster of Science in Economics
77UNIVERSITY OF PISAMaster’s of Science in Exploration and Applied Geophysics
78UNIVERSITY OF PISAMaster of Science in Materials and Nanotechnology
79UNIVERSITY OF CASSINOGLOBAL ECONOMY AND BUSINESS
80UNIVERSITY OF CASSINOECONOMICS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
81UNIVERSITY OF CASSINOMASTERS IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
82UNIVERSITY OF CASSINOMASTERS IN TELECOMMUNICATION
83UNIVERSITY OF PAVIACivil Engineering for Mitigation of Risk from Natural Hazards
84UNIVERSITY OF PAVIAComputer Engineering
85UNIVERSITY OF PAVIAElectronic Engineering
86UNIVERSITY OF PAVIAIndustrial Automation Engineering
87UNIVERSITY OF PAVIAMaster Programme In Economics, Finance and International Integration
88UNIVERSITY OF PAVIAMaster Programme in International Business and Entrepreneurship
89UNIVERSITY OF PAVIAMolecular Biology and Genetics
90UNIVERSITY OF PAVIAPsychology, Neuroscience and Human Sciences
91UNIVERSITY OF PAVIAThe Ancient Mediterranean World (History Archaeology and Art)
92UNIVERSITY OF PAVIAWorld Politics and International Relations
93UNIVERSITY OF TOR VERGATAFinance and Banking
94UNIVERSITY OF TOR VERGATAArt History in Rome
95UNIVERSITY OF TOR VERGATAAstrophysics
96UNIVERSITY OF TOR VERGATABiotechnology
97UNIVERSITY OF TOR VERGATAChemical Nano-Engineering
98UNIVERSITY OF TOR VERGATAEconomics
99UNIVERSITY OF TOR VERGATAEnvironmental and Territorial Engineering
100UNIVERSITY OF TOR VERGATAEuropean Economy and Business Law
101UNIVERSITY OF TOR VERGATAEuropean History | Scienze della Storia e del Documento
102UNIVERSITY OF TOR VERGATABusiness Administration
103UNIVERSITY OF TOR VERGATAICT and Internet Engineering
104UNIVERSITY OF TOR VERGATAMechatronics Engineering
105UNIVERSITY OF TOR VERGATAPhysical Activity and Health Promotion
106UNIVERSITY OF TOR VERGATAPhysics of Complex Systems and Big Data
107UNIVERSITY OF TOR VERGATAPhysics of Fundamental Interactions and Experimental Techniques
108UNIVERSITY OF TOR VERGATATourism Strategy, Cultural Heritage and Made in Italy
109UNIVERSITY OF POLIMIAeronautical Engineering (Milano Bovisa)
110UNIVERSITY OF POLIMIArchitectural Design and History (Mantova)
111UNIVERSITY OF POLIMIAutomation and Control Engineering (Milano Leonardo)
112UNIVERSITY OF POLIMIBuilding and Architectural Engineering(Milano Leonardo, Lecco)
113UNIVERSITY OF POLIMIChemical Engineering (Milano Leonardo)
114UNIVERSITY OF POLIMICivil Engineering for Risk Mitigation (Lecco)
115UNIVERSITY OF POLIMIComputer Science and Engineering (Milano Leonardo)EN
116UNIVERSITY OF POLIMIDesign & Engineering (Milano Bovisa)EN
117UNIVERSITY OF POLIMIDigital and Interaction Design (Milano Bovisa)
118UNIVERSITY OF POLIMIElectrical Engineering (Milano Leonardo, Milano Bovisa)
119UNIVERSITY OF POLIMIElectronics Engineering (Milano Leonardo)
120UNIVERSITY OF POLIMIEngineering Physics
121UNIVERSITY OF POLIMIFood Engineering
122UNIVERSITY OF POLIMIGeoinformatics Engineering
123UNIVERSITY OF POLIMILandscape Architecture. Land Landscape Heritage
124UNIVERSITY OF POLIMIManagement Engineering
125UNIVERSITY OF POLIMIManagement of Built Environment
126UNIVERSITY OF POLIMIMaterials Engineering and Nanotechnology
127UNIVERSITY OF POLIMIMathematical Engineering
128UNIVERSITY OF POLIMIMechanical Engineering
129UNIVERSITY OF POLIMIMobility Engineering
130UNIVERSITY OF POLIMIMusic and Acoustic Engineering
131UNIVERSITY OF POLIMINuclear Engineering
132UNIVERSITY OF POLIMIProduct Service System Design
133UNIVERSITY OF POLIMISpace Engineering
134UNIVERSITY OF POLIMISustainable Architecture and Landscape Design
135UNIVERSITY OF POLIMITelecommunication Engineering
136UNIVERSITY OF POLIMIUrban Planning and Policy Design
137UNIVERSITY OF MILANPublic and Corporate Communication
138UNIVERSITY OF MILANData science and economics (DSE)
139UNIVERSITY OF MILANEconomics and Political Science (EPS)
140UNIVERSITY OF MILANFinance and Economics (MEF)
141UNIVERSITY OF MILANGlobal Politics and Society (GPS)
142UNIVERSITY OF MILANManagement of Human Resources (MHR)
143UNIVERSITY OF MILANManagement of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (MIE)
144UNIVERSITY OF MILANPolitics, Philosophy and Public Affairs (PPPA)
145UNIVERSITY OF MILANInternational Relations (REL)
146UNIVERSITY OF MILANBioinformatics for computational genomics
147UNIVERSITY OF MILANEnvironmental Change and Global Sustainability (ECGS)
148UNIVERSITY OF MILANIndustrial Chemistry
149UNIVERSITY OF MILANComputer Science – master
150UNIVERSITY OF PADOVAAstrophysics and Cosmology
151UNIVERSITY OF PADOVABiotechnologies for food science
152UNIVERSITY OF PADOVABusiness Administration
153UNIVERSITY OF PADOVACognitive Neuroscience and Clinical Neuropsychology
154UNIVERSITY OF PADOVAComputer Engineering
155UNIVERSITY OF PADOVAControl Systems Engineering
156UNIVERSITY OF PADOVACybersecurity
157UNIVERSITY OF PADOVAData Science
158UNIVERSITY OF PADOVAEconomics and Finance
159UNIVERSITY OF PADOVAEntrepreneurship and Innovation
160UNIVERSITY OF PADOVAEnvironmental Engineering
161UNIVERSITY OF PADOVAEuropean and Global studies
162UNIVERSITY OF PADOVAForest Science
163UNIVERSITY OF PADOVAGeophysics for Natural Risks and Resources
164UNIVERSITY OF PADOVAHuman rights and multi-level governance
165UNIVERSITY OF PADOVAICT for Internet and multimedia
166UNIVERSITY OF PADOVALocal Development
167UNIVERSITY OF PADOVAMathematical Engineering – Curriculum “Financial Engineering”
168UNIVERSITY OF PADOVAMathematical Engineering – Curriculum “Mathematical Modelling for Engineering and Science”
169UNIVERSITY OF PADOVAMobility studies
170UNIVERSITY OF PADOVAMolecular Biology
171UNIVERSITY OF PADOVAPhysics
172UNIVERSITY OF PADOVAPhysics of Data
173UNIVERSITY OF PADOVASustainable Agriculture
174UNIVERSITY OF PADOVAITALIAN FOOD AND WINE – FOOD AND WINES OF ITALY
175UNIVERSITY OF PADOVAFOREST SCIENCE – SCIENZE FORESTALI
176UNIVERSITY OF PADOVAMEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGIES
177UNIVERSITY OF PADOVAPHARMACEUTICAL BIOTECHNOLOGIES – PHARMACEUTICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY
178UNIVERSITY OF SIENAApplied Mathematics
179UNIVERSITY OF SIENAArtificial Intelligence and automation engineering
180UNIVERSITY OF SIENABiodiversity and Environmental Health
181UNIVERSITY OF SIENABiotechnologies of Human Reproduction
182UNIVERSITY OF SIENAChemistry
183UNIVERSITY OF SIENAEconomics
184UNIVERSITY OF SIENAElectronics and Communications Engineering
185UNIVERSITY OF SIENAEngineering Management
186UNIVERSITY OF SIENAEuropean Studies
187UNIVERSITY OF SIENAFinance
188UNIVERSITY OF SIENAInternational Accounting and Management
189UNIVERSITY OF SIENAGenetic Counsellors
190UNIVERSITY OF SIENALanguage and Mind: Linguistics and cognitive studies
191UNIVERSITY OF SIENAMedical Biotechnologies
192UNIVERSITY OF SIENAPublic and Cultural Diplomacy
193UNIVERSITY OF SIENASustainable Industrial Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
194UNIVERSITY OF POTILOMaster of Science in Architecture city construction (Turin)
195UNIVERSITY OF POTILOMaster of Science in Architecture for the sustainable project (Turin)
196UNIVERSITY OF POTILOMaster of science program Architecture heritage preservation and enhancement (Turin)
197UNIVERSITY OF POTILOMaster of science program Territorial, urban, environmental and landscape planning (Turin)
198UNIVERSITY OF POTILOMaster of science program Automotive engineering (Turin)
199UNIVERSITY OF POTILOCOMMUNICATIONS AND COMPUTER NETWORKS ENGINEERING
200UNIVERSITY OF POTILODATA SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
201UNIVERSITY OF POTILOICT FOR SMART SOCIETIES
202UNIVERSITY OF POTILOMaster of science program Civil engineering (Turin)
203UNIVERSITY OF POTILOMaster of science program Building engineering (Turin)
204UNIVERSITY OF POTILOMaster of science program Electronic engineering (Turin)
205UNIVERSITY OF POTILOMaster of science program Energy and nuclear engineering (Turin)
206UNIVERSITY OF POTILOMaster of science program Mechatronic engineering (Turin)
207UNIVERSITY OF POTILOMaster of science program Nanotechnologies for icts (Turin / Grenoble / Lausanne)
208UNIVERSITY OF POTILOMaster of science program Physics of complex systems
209UNIVERSITY OF TURINBusiness Administration
210UNIVERSITY OF TURINEuropean Legal Studies
211UNIVERSITY OF TURINAnimal Science
212UNIVERSITY OF TURINArea and Global Studies for International Cooperation
213UNIVERSITY OF TURINCellular and Molecular Biology
214UNIVERSITY OF TURINEconomics
215UNIVERSITY OF TURINQuantitative Finance and Insurance
216UNIVERSITY OF TURINMaterial Sciences
217UNIVERSITY OF TURINMolecular Biotechnology
218UNIVERSITY OF TURINPhilosophy
219UNIVERSITY OF TURINStochastics and Data Science
220UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAEconomics
221UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAHEALTH ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT
222UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAInnovation And Organization of Culture and the arts
223UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAResource Economics and Sustainable Development
224UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNATOURISM ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT
225UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNABioinformatics
226UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAPHARMACEUTICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY
227UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNALegal Studies
228UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAAdvanced Automotive Electronic Engineering
229UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAADVANCED AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING
230UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAAEROSPACE ENGINEERING
231UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
232UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAAUTOMATION ENGINEERING
233UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNABIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
234UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNACIVIL ENGINEERING
235UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAELECTRIC VEHICLE ENGINEERING
236UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAOFFSHORE ENGINEERING
237UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNATELECOMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING
238UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNALANGUAGE, SOCIETY AND COMMUNICATION
239UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNASPECIALIZED TRANSLATION
240UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAMEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY
241UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAPSYCHOLOGY OF WELLBEING AND SOCIAL INCLUSIVITY
242UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAWORK, ORGANIZATIONAL AND PERSONNEL PSYCHOLOGY
243UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAADVANCED COSMETIC SCIENCES
244UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNALOW CARBON TECHNOLOGIES AND SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY
245UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAPHOTOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR MATERIALS
246UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNASCIENCE FOR THE CONSERVATION-RESTORATION OF CULTURAL HERITAGE
247UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAFOOD SAFETY AND FOOD RISK MANAGEMENT
248UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAINTERNATIONAL HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE
249UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAPRECISE AND SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE
250UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAWELLNESS CULTURE: SPORT, HEALTH AND TOURISM
251UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAINTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AND STUDIES ON EASTERN EUROPE
252UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAINTERNATIONAL COOPERATION ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND INTERCULTURAL HERITAGE
253UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAINTERNATIONAL POLITICS AND ECONOMICS
254UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAINTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
255UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAQUANTITATIVE FINANCE
256UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNASTATISTICAL SCIENCES
257UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNADIGITAL HUMANITIES AND DIGITAL KNOWLEDGE
258UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAFASHION STUDIES
259UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNAINTERNATIONAL COOPERATION ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND INTERCULTURAL HERITAGE
260UNIVERSUTY OF CAMERINOBiological Sciences
261UNIVERSUTY OF CAMERINOChemistry and advanced chemical methodologies
262UNIVERSUTY OF CAMERINOComputer Science
263UNIVERSUTY OF CAMERINOGeoenviromental Resources and Risks
264UNIVERSUTY OF CAMERINOMathematics and Applications
265UNIVERSUTY OF CAMERINOPhysics
266UNIVERSITY OF BERGAMOBusiness Administration, Professional and Managerial Accounting
267UNIVERSITY OF BERGAMOClinical Psychology for Individuals, Families and Organizations
268UNIVERSITY OF BERGAMOEconomics and Data Analysis
269UNIVERSITY OF BERGAMOEngineering and Management for Health
270UNIVERSITY OF BERGAMOIntercultural Studies in Languages and Literatures
271UNIVERSITY OF BERGAMOInternational Management, Entrepreneurship and Finance
272UNIVERSITY OF BERGAMOManagement Engineering
273UNIVERSITY OF BERGAMOPlanning and Management of Tourism Systems
274UNIVERSITY OF BERGAMOSmart Technology Engineering
275UNIVERSITY OF MARCHEFood and Beverage Innovation and Management
276UNIVERSITY OF MARCHEEnvironmental Engineering
277UNIVERSITY OF MARCHEBiomedical Engineering
278UNIVERSITY OF MARCHEInternational Economics and Commerce
279UNIVERSITY OF MESSINAEngineering and Computer Science
280UNIVERSITY OF MESSINAInternational Management
281UNIVERSITY OF MESSINAPhysics (Condensed Matter Physics)
282UNIVERSITY OF MESSINAGeophysical Sciences for Seismic Risk
283UNIVERSITY OF MESSINABanking and Finance
284UNIVERSITY OF MESSINAMedicine and Surgery
285UNIVERSITY OF TURINMedicine and Surgery
286UNIVERSITY OF PAVIAHarvey Medicine and Surgery

Study in Italy Guide

Why to study in Italy
  1. Admission in TOP RANKED ITALIAN PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES. (QS world ranking)

NO TUITION FEE at all (Only need to pay enrolment fee- which varies from 16 Euro to 200 Euro).

Scholarship/Stipend of EURO 5200 has been increased by Euro 6100 to Euro 7000 (Approximately) per year. Students will get the amount in two or three instalments or as per the format of the respective university

Following are some particular benefits under scholarship—

  1. Accommodation- If student accepts the Hostel, then around 450-500 Euros will cut for Hostel charges from per instalment. But if they don’t accept the Hostel then they will get the amount to rent an apartment/room.
  2. Catering Services- Students will get meals from university side. Depends on their format. Some of them will provide 2 meals per day/1 meal per day or food packets. Some universities will also cut the charges for it.
  3. Stipend- The rest of the stipend/amount can be used for the travelling or other expenses which come into student’s bank account only.
  4. No LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY EXAMS like IELTS/TOEFL are Mandatory but if student want to give the exam then it will make his/her profile stronger.
  5. Admission mainly depends on—
  6. Previous Percentage
  7. Medium of Instruction Certificate (From College/School)
  8. Statement of Purpose/Motivation Letter
  9. PART TIME JOB for 20 hours per week (At the time of Holidays one can pursue full time job as well i.e., 40 hours per week).
  10. Master Degree will be of 2 years (Can add 4-5 months extra for Thesis and Internship). After that student will get 1 Year of Post Study Work Visa and with the help of their company, they can extend the same visa for 5-6 months more. NO PSW after bachelors.
  11. Will get Benefits of Schengen Visa i.e., one can travel all the Schengen countries on the basis of same visa. — The 26 Schengen countries are Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.
  12. ERASMUS process- One can get transfer of their admission from Italy to any other university and country to pursue further studies over there. But the university must have tie with the current university and the students need to fulfil the requirements
  13. PERMANENT RESIDENCESHIP- We can apply for the PR once we will spend 4.5 to 5 years over there but we need to complete the basic requirements for PR.

Studying in Italy can be a great experience, as the country offers a rich cultural heritage, world-class universities, and a wide range of academic programs. What to study in Italy depends on your interests, career goals, and the level of education you’re pursuing. Here are some popular fields of study in Italy:

  1. Art and Design: Italy is famous for its contributions to art, architecture, and design. Studying fields like art history, fashion design, interior design, or architecture in Italy can be a great choice.
  2. History and Archaeology: Italy is home to countless historical and archaeological sites. If you have a passion for history, ancient civilizations, or archaeology, Italy is an excellent place to study.
  3. Language and Literature: Italian language and literature programs are popular among international students. Learning Italian and delving into Italian literature can be rewarding.
  4. Business and Economics: Italy has a strong business and economic presence in Europe. Studying business, economics, or management in Italy can open doors to international career opportunities.
  5. Engineering and Technology: Italian universities offer a range of engineering and technology programs, including mechanical engineering, computer science, and electrical engineering.
  6. Science and Medicine: Italy has a strong tradition of scientific research and medical excellence. Pursuing a degree in fields like medicine, biology, or chemistry can lead to exciting opportunities.
  7. Food and Culinary Arts: Italy is renowned for its cuisine. If you’re passionate about food and culinary arts, studying in Italy can provide a unique culinary education.
  8. Environmental Studies: Italy’s beautiful landscapes and commitment to sustainability make it an ideal location for studying environmental science, ecology, or sustainable development.
  9. Music and Performing Arts: Italy is famous for its contributions to music, opera, and the performing arts. Consider studying music, theater, or dance in this culturally rich country.
  10. Social Sciences: Italy offers various programs in social sciences, such as sociology, psychology, and political science.
  11. International Relations and Diplomacy: Italy’s strategic location and role in international organizations make it an excellent place to study international relations, diplomacy, and global politics.
  12. Tourism and Hospitality: With its vibrant tourist industry, Italy offers opportunities to study tourism management, hotel management, and hospitality.

The application process for studying in Italy can vary depending on the level of education (undergraduate, graduate, or doctoral), the university you’re applying to, and your nationality.

Choose a Program and University:

Research universities and programs in Italy to find the one that best matches your interests and career goals.

Check the admission requirements, application deadlines, and language of instruction for your chosen program.

Meet Admission Requirements:

Ensure that you meet the academic and language proficiency requirements for the program you wish to apply to.

Commonly required application documents include:

  • Academic transcripts and diplomas
  • CV or resume
  • Statement of purpose (motivation letter)
  • Letters of recommendation
  • Language proficiency
  • Passport copy
  • Portfolio (for art and design programs)
  • Any additional documents specified by the university

Submit Your Application:

Some universities may require an application fee. Check with the university and pay any required fees during the application process.

Wait for Admission Decision:

The university’s admission committee will review your application and notify you of their decision. This process may take several weeks to a few months, depending on the university.

Acceptance and Enrollment:

If you are accepted, you will receive an acceptance letter. You may be required to pay an enrollment deposit to secure your place.

Once enrolled, follow the university’s instructions for visa application, course registration, and other administrative matters.

Apply for a Student Visa:

If you’re a non-European Union (EU) student, you will likely need a student visa to study in Italy. Contact the nearest Italian consulate or embassy for visa application requirements and procedures.

Arrive in Italy:

Plan your travel and accommodation in Italy, and make sure you arrive in time for orientation and the start of your studies.

Scholarships in Italy, 100% guaranteed Scholarships, and the likelihood of receiving one depends on various factors, including your academic qualifications, Background, the specific scholarship program. While Italy offers scholarships to both domestic and international students, there are guarantees of receiving them.

Some scholarship programs in Italy are merit-based, while others are need-based or specific to certain fields of study.

It’s important to keep in mind that scholarship availability and criteria can change from year to year, so it’s essential to stay informed and regularly check the official websites of scholarship providers and Italian universities for the most up-to-date information.

After completing your studies in Italy, you have several options for pursuing a job or career in the country or elsewhere. The opportunities available to you will depend on factors such as your field of study, language proficiency, residency status, and work permits.

Italy offers a post-study work visa that allows international graduates to stay in the country and seek employment for a period after completing their studies. The availability and duration of this visa may vary, so check with the Italian authorities for the latest information.

You can gain practical experience through internships and traineeships in Italy.

Many universities and organizations offer internship programs for recent graduates.

Many multinational companies have a presence in Italy. If you have specialized skills or qualifications, you may find job opportunities with these organizations.

You can explore job opportunities in Italy by searching for positions on job portals, company websites, and through networking.

The list of documents mandatory for VISA submission are:

1. Passport
2. A completed VISA application form with three Schengen VISA format photos
3. Covering letter
4. Original acceptance of enrolment by Italian Institution/University.
5. Original Educational certificates and Declaration of Value (DOV)
6. Online Pre-enrolment (Form A)
7. Adequate proof of lodging/ accommodation (Hotel booking for 10 Days min is also fine)
8. Proof of financial means of support not less than 6 Lakhs
9. In case of a sponsor, letter of commitment from the sponsor with photo id proof
10. Passport photocopy-front and last page (Self-explanatory)
11. Photocopies of all previous Schengen VISA.
12. One-way flight bookings.
13. Insurance

 

The above checklist is for a quick view. Though it looks simple there are many things to be considered when you are collecting documents for the VISA process. Please make sure that you collect all the documents well before the VISA submission date (At least 4 days before) and confirm it with the VFS global services.

1. Passport:
There are three constraints related to this document. If these constraints are satisfied this document qualifies for submission
• the passport should be issued within the previous 10 years and the validity should not exceed 10 years.
• At least have a validity of 3 months after intended stay, with at least two blank pages

2. VISA application form:
Please find the attachment for visa guidelines. The VFS requires 3 VISA photos though it is mentioned in the requisite documents as 2 VISA photos. (35/45MM size)

3. Covering letter:
A covering letter is a mandatory document and it can be sent addressing the VISA officer of the region which you belong to. The following details should be mentioned in the letter.
• Name of the applicant
• Purpose of visit- Mention the university and the course you are going to join
• How the expenses would be managed? Please mention if you have education bank loan, amount in the bank and also in case of any sponsors or scholarships
• Travel dates for the journey (flight bookings) and the duration of stay

4. Acceptance letter:
Admission Letter Issued by University.

5. Educational documents:
Original degree certificate with Apostile and consolidated mark sheet has to be submitted.
The Declaration of Value (DOV) is not mandatory at the time of Visa application if you can get a letter from university about it.

6. Pre-enrolment (Form-A):
Online Preenrolment Form received from University.

7. Adequate proof of lodging/ accommodation:
If the university provides accommodation, a document from the university stating the period of accommodation provided should be submitted.
If it is external accommodation, submit the copy of your booking (in case of hotels) or the signed rental agreement.

8. Proof of financial means of support:
The most important document to be presented. If your finance is from the following sources, note that you have to submit the respective documents.
• Educational Bank loan- Sanction letter and signed agreement deed.
• Bank deposit- An account statement from the bank for the past 6 months with each page duly signed and sealed by the Bank manager.

9. Letter of commitment from sponsor:
A letter from the sponsor that he/she accepts to provide you the financial assistance during the period of study. I think that the students with educational loan also has to provide this document as the co-borrower is your sponsor in this case.
It can be provided as an affidavit with any stamp paper such as 20 or 100 in an A-4 sheet.

12. One-way flight bookings:
There is a difference between flight bookings (blocked tickets) and original tickets (booked flight tickets). Blocked tickets can be issued for a period of 72 hours for which a minimum fee of say 100 to 500 is charged. Yatra.com provides this service for free of cost. On the other hand, booked flight tickets are issued only when the complete air fare is paid (say 23K to 30K).
For VISA submission a one way blocked tickets to the country is enough.

13. Insurance:
Insurance is also required for VISA application.
We will provide you with a 1 month Insurance for Free of cost which covers 30,000Euros.
Once after getting Visa it is recommended to take 1 year Italian Visa. Which costs around 150 to 160 Euros/year.

After completing your studies in Italy, you have several options for pursuing a job or career in the country or elsewhere. The opportunities available to you will depend on factors such as your field of study, language proficiency, residency status, and work permits.

Italy offers a post-study work visa that allows international graduates to stay in the country and seek employment for a period after completing their studies. The availability and duration of this visa may vary, so check with the Italian authorities for the latest information.

You can gain practical experience through internships and traineeships in Italy.

Many universities and organizations offer internship programs for recent graduates.

Many multinational companies have a presence in Italy. If you have specialized skills or qualifications, you may find job opportunities with these organizations.

You can explore job opportunities in Italy by searching for positions on job portals, company websites, and through networking.

Exams For Italy

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International English Language Testing System [IELTS]

International English Language Testing System(IELTS) is an international standardized test that measures the level.

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Test of English as a Foreign Language [TOEFL]

Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is an international standardised test conducted to assess the level of English.

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Pearson Test of English [PTE]

PTE (Pearson Test of English) is an English language proficiency test conducted by Pearson PCL group in association with Edexcel.

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Graduate Record Examination [GRE]

Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is an international standardized test required for admission into Graduate schools.

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Graduate Management Admission Test [GMAT]

Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is conducted by GMAC for admission to nearly 5400 management courses.

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Scholastic Aptitude Test [SAT]

SAT is an international standardized test required for admission into most of the colleges in the United States. It is also accepted.

Study In Italy FAQs

Italy is one of the most affordable European nations, offering education to students around the globe. It is cheaper than Switzerland, Australia, Canada, the USA and the UK.

The average tuition fee for admission to the top universities of Italy is around 2,450 EU ( 2.14 lakhs INR). The monthly cost of living in Italy for prospective students is approximately 1,432 EU (1.25 lakhs INR)

Upon completion of registration through the university’s registration procedure, each student will be given a unique identification number (matricola), which will be needed to pay university taxes and register for exams. The required documents for studying in Italy are:

  • Proof of identity i.e passport, EU Identity Card or any other forms of identification
  • Letter of Recommendation
  • Updated Resume/CV
  • Personal Statement
  • English/Italy language proficiency test scores (depending on the program)
  • Official Academic transcripts

Yes, if your previous degree of education was taught in English, you do not need to demonstrate your English proficiency via IELTS or TOEFL. To prove that your prior education was in English, you must present a formal declaration or certificate that has been printed on headed and stamped paper. Some of the universities in Italy without IELTS for international students are:

  • University of Bologna
  • University of Milan
  • University of Florence
  • University of Pisa
  • University of Padua
  • University of Naples Federico II
  • University of Trento
  • John Cabot University
  • Sapienza University of Rome
  • University of Verona

Both Italian and English are used as the language of instruction in Italy. Additionally, the universities in Italy also offer English-language programmes for international students pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees. According to your level of proficiency, you can choose the language of instruction.

There are two intakes each year for admission to Italian universities. The first one starts in September and lasts until January or February. This intake is popularly known as the Fall Intake. The second semester begins in February and runs through July, which is referred to as the Winter Intake.

The application period for the September intake (Fall Intake) starts in May or June, depending on the university and course you want to enroll in. You can begin preparing your documents even a year before the official start date, which will help you in obtaining your visa (if required) and set up housing and other facilities.

To find out more about eligibility requirements and the initial steps for applying for scholarships in Italy, you should first schedule a meeting with your university's study abroad office. If your university doesn't have a study abroad office, you might be able to get help from your academic advisor or the financial aid office.

The Italian Government Scholarship 2023–2024 is a fully funded scholarship available to international students who wish to pursue a master's or doctoral degree at top Italian universities. This scholarship covers the tuition fees, health insurance and also provides monthly payments of 900 EUR (~80,000 INR).

 

The unemployment rate of Italy as of October 2022 is 7.8% only, which means that if you have highly sought-after skills and a solid command of both Italian and English, getting a job in Italy won't be difficult. You can work part-time or as interns while studying, or go for full-time job roles after studying.

In Italy, the average monthly salary for an employee is around 3,650 EUR (3.20 lakhs INR). The lowest average salary is 920 EU (80,769 INR), and the highest is 16,300 EU (14.30 lakhs INR)

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