Student Visa > Study in italy
Why study in Italy
Italy has around 97 universities, which are divided into several categories:
Tuition Fees and Living costs
Private universities in Italy can charge between 12,000 to 20,000 Euros pm. Housing costs can range from 400 to 800 Euros dependent upon a variety of factors.
There are several types of student accommodation available in Italy. Some institutions provide student housing. Students also have the option of sharing apartments or houses with other students. By and large there are three types of student accommodation in Italy: student housing provided by the institution, joint student housing, and private housing. Room rental is an option, where students usually share a kitchen and bathroom with other house members and expenses such as electricity, water, and natural gas are generally included in the rent.
Top Study Locations in Italy
Rome, Milan, Florence, Tuscania and Taormina
Entry Requirements for Italy
All these documents are required in soft copy for making applications.
The non-EU students will require an international student work permit for working while studying. However, they cannot work for more than 20 hours a week during the academic session. The stay back in Italy is only permissible if you have completed a PhD or level 2 Master’s Program in Italy.