Italy is a wonderful country, which attracts millions of tourists every year, enchanting them with its tourist attractions and cuisine. From the snow-capped Dolomites in the north, to the southern Mediterranean culture, the regions of Italy are diverse and interesting. The cultural importance of the country starts from the earliest times. Here, you have the opportunity to visit some of the most beautiful and ancient historical monuments. In addition, each city in Italy will charm you with its own culture, welcoming and open people. Italy is a perfect study destination for any young Greek. Here you have the opportunity to take modern courses in worldwide recognized universities, but at the same time, you can enjoy a wide range of social activities, which will give you a unique experience in life. EDMUNDO will provide you with all the information you need before applying for studies in Italy.
Student life in Italy
Italy represents culture, amazing cities to visit and an absolutely delicious cuisine. Each region of this country will impress you with its specificity, whether it’s a dish or a particular monument. Rome, Florence, Venice, Milan are just a few of the cities that anyone should visit at least once in their lifetime. Once you become an international student in Italy, you will discover that in just a few hours, you can easily reach them or cross almost the entire country, either enjoying the gorgeous landscapes of the north or feeling the Mediterranean breeze from the south.
Italy is an accessible study destination. Of course, the costs increase with the proximity to the big cities of the country [Rome, Milan], but if you choose a university from a smaller city, the costs of rent and food will decrease. Thus, the rent in Italy is between € 400 and € 700 per month. The tuition fees in Italy are between € 1,000 and € 10,000 per academic year. Universities in this country offer scholarships and financial aid that you, as an international student, can benefit from, in order to lower the costs of your studies or daily expenses.
Tradition in education
Italy has offered to the world some of the greatest artists and scientists. Moreover, in the last centuries, this country was the starting point of innovation and revolution in art, architecture, philosophy, religion and sciences throughout Europe. Thus, it is not surprising that Italy welcomes students with open arms since 1088. For example, the University of Padova was established in 1222. The universities in this country try to offer the best educational programmes to international students, taught in both English and Italian. Over 50 universities in Italy are recognized worldwide for the world-class education offered to young people. Here you can apply for programmes in Economics, Engineering or even Medicine, and after graduation, you will receive an internationally recognized diploma.
EDMUNDO partner universities in Italy
EDMUNDO officially represents 3 Italian universities:
- University of Padova
- Istituto Superiore Di Design
- Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
All these 3 universities offer you the possibility to follow modern study programmes for both Bachelor’s, and Master’s degree. In addition, we can help you apply for studies here, free of charge.
This university was established in 1222 in Italy, being the second oldest university in the country. The University of Padova is also one of the most prestigious universities in Europe and it has always represented free-thinking, a passion for study and research. Today, Padova is a major multidisciplinary university whose students and staff represent almost a third of the city’s population with the same name. The university comprises 8 schools, which offer a wide and varied range of subjects in the following fields of study:
- Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine;
- Economics and Political Science;
- Human and Social Sciences and Cultural Heritage;
The tuition fee at this university is € 3,000 / year, for both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. Your costs as a student in Padova will be between € 500 and € 1000 per month, including rent.
This university is located in Naples, a beautiful city in Italy, which at the same time allows you to visit other big cities in a very short time by train or plane. Istituto Superiore di Design (ISD) is the first institute in the south of Italy that works in the field of professional academic training for fashion and graphic design. The university was established in 1989, and today it has become a prestigious international design school, offering a wide range of both undergraduate and postgraduate courses. In addition, all programmes at this university offer a simultaneous translation service into English. International students from all over Europe can choose to study here:
- Graphic and multimedia design;
- Interior and industrial design;
- Textile design.
The tuition fee at ISD is € 8,000 / year for undergraduate studies and € 10,000 / year for postgraduate studies. Also, the rent will cost you between € 250 and € 500 / month, if you choose to study at this university.
The university campus is located in Milan, the second largest city in Italy. Cattolica University is the largest private university in Europe, with over 41,000 students in the 12 schools. The University offers more than 190 study programmes in Italian, for which we can also help you apply. However, Cattolica University offers undergraduate, postgraduate and summer programmes in English with a focus on medicine, economics, business, management or political science. The tuition fee at this university is between € 2,400 / year and € 7,000 / year, for both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.
EDMUNDO helps you to apply for studies in Italy!
Are you interested in studying at one of the universities mentioned above? Good news! EDMUNDO can help you apply for studies in Italy and the entire counselling process is free of charge! Our counsellors are with you throughout the entire process of admission to a university in Italy. Contact us HERE for more details.