Study in Italy
Thinking of Higher education?
Is Europe in your mind?
What about Italy?
Yes, you heard it right. Whether Rome was built in a day or not but with expenses of few days and with expert advice you can decide upon whether Italy is right destination for your Under Graduate / Post Graduate study programme. From pages of history I know Italy has a rich tradition of higher education; Galileo Galilei, Leonardo da Vinci, Camilo Golgi and list goes on and on… Reason enough you can select study programme offerd from an Italian institution.
Flying to Europe is dream for non-Europeans, study and live there is like a dream come true. No matter from which part of the world you belongs to, there you will find more than 35000 students enrolled in different academic programmes.
The QS World University Ranking, one of the trusted ranking agency of higher education institutions often ranks many Italian Universities and MBA colleges well within 200. There are many institutes across length and breadth of the country, you always can find one of your choice.
Italy has around 97 universities, which are divided into several categories:
State universities: These are state funded public institutions and make up the majority in Italy.
Other publicly funded universities: Funded by Province rather than state.
Private universities: Non state funded.
Superior Graduate Schools (Scuola Superiore Universitaria): These are independent institutions that offer advanced training and research courses specialising in postgraduate studies.
In addition, there you will find 137 other higher education institutions across Italy.
Often programmes are delivered in Italian, but there is also significant number of programmes delivered in English. The Government of Italy has open policy regarding acceptance of foreign students and number of programmes delivered in English is rising.
Scholarships in Italy are also available to deserving candidates. However, in order to meet your expenses you can chose for a part time job. Prior permission will be required from institute before you take up a job. Normally 20 hours work week is allowed.
Cost is one of the significant factor when planning to study abroad. In public funded universities tuition cost may hover around 1000 to 5000 euros. However, in private institutions this cost is 4 to 6 times higher.
Some of the top study disciplines you may study in Italy are
- Business Management
- Computer Science
- Environmental Science
- Fashion Design
- Fine Art
- Food Science
- Graphic Design
- Hospitality Management
- Interior Design
- International Business
- Political Science
- Product Design
- Public Health
Some of the best universities in Italy are
- The Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (UCSC)
- The Universita degli Studi di Padova (UNIPD) ...
- Lorenzo de' Medici — The Italian International Institute in Rome
- University of Bologna
- Florence University of the Arts (FUA)
- University of Siena
- University of Verona
That is not all; there are available innumerable number of courses at Under Graduate and Post Graduate level from across Universities of Italy. For exclusive details please visit our Italy website www.italyeducation.info