Study In Italy
Italy is a beautiful country located in Southwestern Europe, on the Apennine peninsula. The country comprises of the mainland Italy and the surrounding islands. The country stretches southwards almost to the coasts of North Africa.
Italy is a popular destination for international students, offering quality higher education, highly-ranked universities and more affordable tuition fees than many other Western European countries. For these reasons, many internationals choose to study abroad in Italy.
Italy has played an important role in recent reform of higher education known as “Bologna Process”, as one of the four countries that created the European Area of Higher Education, formed by signing the Sorbonne Declaration in 1998, which was to be the first step in the higher education reform. Today the Bologna Process is now being implemented throughout Europe.
Tuition fees at Italian universities vary, but they are generally much lower than in other parts of Western Europe or North America, making Italian universities an enticing proposition for foreign students. Those who wish to study in Italy have a chance to receive a quality higher education at an affordable cost.
Italy has 89 universities, which are divided into several categories:
- State universities: These are state funded public universities which comprises of most of the universities in Italy, particularly the larger universities.
- 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.
September is the major intake when admissions are open for all programmes in all institutions
January is smaller intakes where admissions are open for limited programmes in limited institutions
Colleges & Institutes
|No.||University name||Country||State / City|
|1||Instituto Europeo Di Design (IED)||Italy||Campuses in Milan / Rome / turin / Venice / Florence/ Madrid / Barcelona / San paolo / Rio De Janeiro|
|2||Scoula Politecnica di Design (SPD)||Italy||Milano|
|3||Domus Academy – NABA||Italy||Milano|
|4||Florence Design Academy||Italy|
|6||The American University of Rome||Italy||Rome|