Study in Italy at Affordable Prices with Studygram™ - Your Gateway to Worldwide Education
Italy - a European country of timeless beauty, world-famous cuisine, adorable towns, and have the most unique culture in the world. Does the idea of waking up surrounded by the classical beauty of the Romans and immense Catholic churches make you swoon? Then studying in Italy may be the perfect choice for you to spend your semesters abroad. For people planning to study in Italy - many things will come as a surprise! Can't speak Italian? Don't worry! Italian universities offer study programs taught both in English and Italian. These days the number of English language programs are considerably increasing to benefit foreign students whose Italian language skills are not good enough.
Italy is a wonderful choice for study abroad mainly for medicine, architecture and engineering because it offers quality education with affordable tuition fees as compared to other European and western countries of the world. Most universities are listed in top 200 in QS World University Rankings each year. Italy welcomes a large number of international students every year, which is around 32,000.
If Italy sounds like a great destination and the best option for your studies, Continue reading the article to learn about studying in Italy at a public university that is approved by Kuwait's Ministry of Higher Education (MoHE) with affordable tuition.
Italian Universities based on English Teaching
The first thing is to decide is what you want to study and in which city. There are many world-class heritage public universities in Rome, Milan and Florence where students find the opportunity to study while learning about art, history and culture.
There are approximately 90 public universities in Italy, out of them 30 universities stand in QS World University of 2018 list, of which 14 are ranked among the top 500 universities in the world.
To get admission to one of a public university which has English taught programs, you will be required to present evidence that your English skills meet the required standard for the particular course that you've chosen.
Whether you are an undergraduate, postgraduate, student, looking for a degree program or a short term program, Studygram will surely find an Italian university that suits your interests and language level. All you need to do is to complete the form below and we will help you.
Top Programs to Study in Italy
No doubt, Italy hosts top rated study abroad programs, highly qualified and experienced professors and world-class facilities that enable students to find professional success. Because of these reasons and amazing tourist attractions more and more students are opting to study abroad in Italy.
Italian universities take pride in their heritage and rankings. Italy is a good choice for design studies abroad which includes a variety of courses in fashion, designing, architecture, engineering and management courses, etc.
Italy is a great destination to study medicine or engineering as there are many best engineering and medical schools in the country with many programs taught in English. The tuition fees are much affordable compared to other places in the world. Also is home to some of the best business schools in Europe.
Tuition Fee: Quality Higher Education at an Affordable Cost
Do you know why Italy is the best destination for Study Abroad? Because of the low tuition fee and high standards of education.
Tuition fees at Italian institutions vary, but compared to other European countries, Italy's public universities are also relatively cheap. Public universities in Italy charge less than 4,000 EUR per year on average. Top-ranked prestigious universities or private universities may charge more.
Living Expenses: Reasonable Student Costs for Living in Famous Italy
"Italy is a budget-friendly country. Typical student living costs range from 600 to 1000 Euros per month. Living in some cities like Rome, Milan etc can be expensive but stay worry-free, Studygram will help you find the budget-friendly accommodation to ease your efforts."
Conditions of Admission to Italian Universities - How to Enroll
1. Start with a Foundation Program
Start your Italian journey by enrolling in a Foundation program. You will need this if you are planning to do your undergraduate studies there as the Italian higher education system is based on 3-year first-cycle bachelor degree programs. The foundation program can be taught in Italian or in English and are of one year long and prepares international students for the entrance exam as well as the undergraduate curriculum.
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2. Clear the Entrance Exams to get Admission in University
During the foundation program, the student will have to contact the university where they are planning to do their academic degree to ask about the entrance exam and submit an enrollment application. Different entrance exams are required for different programs
Universities Application Deadline
Applications deadline of each university are typically in the summer but may vary. It is advised to check the university's website and apply as early as possible.
How to get a Student Visa
For a Non-EU student, a student visa is required. Visas are issued by the Italian Embassy in the home country of the student.
- If you are attending a short course which is less than 90 days, then a Short-stay Visa (Type C) is sufficient.
- If you are enrolled in a degree course that is at least 20 hours/week or 80 hours/month, then you will need a Long stay (national) visa – type D, for study purposes.
Apply for your student visa prior to 3 months arriving in Italy so that you will be having enough processing time. We will schedule a visa interview for you at the Italian Embassy in Kuwait.
Documents required for an Italian student visa
- Application form for the entry visa
- Valid travel document
- Acceptance letter of Italian University
- Passport-size photograph (recent)
- Proof of accommodation arrangement for the duration of your stay
- Proof of financial means (450 EUR/month)
- Health insurance certificate/document
- Copy of your previous education diplomas
- Fee receipt of visa application
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