European countries invest in their education systems to make education affordable for students, whilst maintaining high quality standards. Across Europe, tuition fees and living costs is very low compare to other study destinations. In fact, in some European countries, study programs are free!
The origin of the word ‘university’ is also attributed to Italy, and the University of Bologna is believed to be one of the very oldest in the world.
There are around 90 universities in Italy, of which the majority are publicly funded. There are also a number of specialized postgraduate centers, polytechnics and other academies that form part of the higher education sector.
A total of 30 universities in Italy feature in the QS World University Rankings® 2018, of which 14 make it into the world’s top 500.
Institutions in Italy has programs taught both In Italian and English. International students are eligible for the course taught in English only.
The Italian laws permit a student to work 4 hours a day and a maximum of 20 hours a week. Irrespective of your years of experience and personal profile, Generally Italian Companies look to hire you as an intern.
As aninternational student, you may choose to stay either in hostel at the university campus, or outside. You will find accommodations fully and semi furnished rooms and the price would differ between €250 to €350 per month, food expenses would be around €150.
Internship is a part of curriculum for most master degree courses in Italy. Also, students will get one year stay back visa,
a platform set to find jobs, if incase. You will also get career assistance through different forums,
but it’s the individual’s responsibility to make use of it.