Italy is a popular beautiful study destination site for plenty of international students desiring a quality study abroad destination: a beautiful countryside including but not limited to mountains, islands and fascinating volcanoes; not to mention an vast cultural and historical legacy; iconic architectural sites including the very popular Rome’s Colosseum and the Pisa’s Leaning Tower; incomparable delicious cuisine; a vast expanse of historical inventions and discoveries, and innovations… In fact, universities in Italy are among the vest best in the world
Aside from the mammoth legacy of the evergreen Roman civilization, Italy has such a long history of being a big player in the game of innovation, science and technology; with numerous significant findings, inventions and innovations originating in Italy. Notable Italians include world explorers Christopher Columbus, and Leonardo da Vinci, who toured the world and proved that the world is round and not flattened; Scientist Alessandro Volta, who majored in electricity studies and Galileo Galilei, discovered there were four moons around Jupiter and invented our own very thermometer.
So you know the origin of the word ‘university’ comes from an Italian word attributed to a language in Italy. The University of Bologna is considered the oldest in the world. Italy is also famous for fashion houses such as Gucci, Benetton, Armani, Prada, Versace and Dolce & Gabbana, and expensive car brands like Ferrari, and Lamborghini
Tuition Fees in Italy
In Italy, international students are required to pay tuition fees. The average tuition fee for bachelor’s degree and master’s program would amount to about EUR 1500 per every academic year for EU students. However,most international students are exempted from paying tuition fees depending on his or financial situation and excellent academic performance. Therefore, I would recommend you contact your universities in Italy to understand if you are eligible for tuition fee exemption.
Cost of Living
For international students, housing, food, phone, travel and other leisure activities, might gulp a monthly budget of 1000 / 1500 euros depending on the location and a student’s spending power.
List of Universities
Università degli Studi di Bologna
Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza
Università degli Studi di Pisa
Università degli Studi di Milano
Università degli Studi di Torino