Study in Italy

It Italy has some of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the world. There are so many reasons that Italy is a top study destination. 

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What studying in Italy can offer students

If you are looking to study in Italy you will certainly get a cultural experience. Italy has some of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the world. With the University of Bologna being the oldest university in the world. Many of the Italian universities are highly ranked and increasingly are offering a range of degree courses taught in English. A good example is Bocconi University. Italy also offers good weather, an interesting culture, delightful cuisine and architectural delights in ancient university towns.

A Bachelor’s degree at university in Italy is referred to as a Laurea. The programme normally consists of three years of study. Master’s degree programmes are one or two years long. There are also PhD programmes taught in English across a range of subject areas which last for a minimum of three years.

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Study in Italy costs

Tuition fees are price competitive ranging from as low as £2,000 to upwards of £13,000 for some courses. If you are looking to study in italy there are a range of universities for city lovers and for those who prefer a rural location. You will no doubt find a university in Italy that matches your budget and ideal site. The costs of living are similar to other European destinations and you can also learn Italian whilst studying in English.

Applying to university in Italy

For students looking to study in Italy University applications often open in ‘rounds’. These rounds have strict deadlines to apply throughout the year. The actual application process itself is likely to consist of; a completed application form and personal statement. These will need to be submitted alongside your school transcripts, English language proficiency tests (IELTS or TOEFL) and a copy of your passport. EU students don’t require visas but international students will need to submit a visa application.

If you’re interested in studying in Italy, we can help you navigate the university application process, ensuring you make the right choice of university course and location. Please contact us to speak to one of our advisers.