STUDY IN ITALY
Why study in Italy?
Education in Italy is highly recognised in terms of quality and standard and comprising of a number of excellent academic institutions offering a wide array of courses to chose from. Italy has played a critical role as one of the key catalysts in the reformation of higher education in Europe. The Italian government offers 5000 Euro scholarships per year to every student aspiring to study in the prestigious country. Italy as a country offers a great environment for students to nurture their future by offering great exposure both inside and outside the classroom
Italian culture is deeply rooted in the ancient civilization which flourished on the peninsula for over a millennium and left their imprint all over the country in tradition, legal system and arts and crafts. Today Italy ranks among the 8 most industrialized countries in the world. Alongside big companies, state-owned and private, it has developed a sound network of small and medium-sized enterprises, promoted scientific parks, and fostered basic and applied research in a wide variety of fields such as biotechnology, medicine, physics and space science.
The 20 Italian Nobel Prize laureates since 1906 prove the world recognition of the achievements of Italian scientists, physicians, chemists, economists and literary thinkers / innovators who excelled in different spheres
The Higher Education System
Italy has a very long tradition in higher education. It is the country where some of the first and the most important European Universities were founded during the Middle-ages. Moreover, it has played an important role in European higher education reform as it was engaged to create the so-called European Area of Higher Education, which is being implemented all over Europe. Italy is one of the prime countries in Europe that has seen a significant increase in international students aspiring to avail the high quality education.
How is the education system in Italy?
- First Cycle: Bachelor's degree in Italy (3 years)
- Second Cycle: Masters degree in Italy (2 years)
- (Classes are mainly held in English)
The tuition fees are free as most universities obtain public financial support. All international students are entitled to the same student assistance services as Italian students, including scholarships, The Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs also offers scholarships for foreign students wishing to pursue their studies in Italy.
There are 17 Goverment or public Funded Universities in italy and among them 14 are into world top 500.to name the Few as Follows
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