Approved by: Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India
International students flock to Italy in droves because It provides high-quality higher education at lower costs than other Western European countries. The Institution of Bologna, the world's oldest university, has been welcoming students since 1088 and from 1999, Italy's educational system has been based on the Bologna system. The 3+2 system means that after 5 years of study, you can graduate from an Italian institution with bachelor's and master's degrees. However, studying in Italy will provide you with more than simply academic opportunities. Italians are known for their sociable nature, and putting in even a modest amount of effort to learn the language will have you making friends with the locals in no time. From magnificent scenery to a plethora of museums and theatres, as well as a vibrant nightlife, there is something for everyone that’s why It's perhaps unsurprising that many international students in Italy feel right at home.