Have you ever considered studying in a European country where you'll have almost everything just around the corner like skiing, beaches, amazing historical sites, and art creations, and perhaps the foremost world-class universities having top-in-class infrastructure and curriculum?
If yes then, Italy can be your first preference as an international study location not just thanks to its high multicultural ambiance, but the country also has several top public universities.
The University of Bologna is one of the prestigious and oldest universities in Europe where the present Western education system originates.
The Sapienza University of Rome, located in Roma, RM, Italy. The university founded by Pope Boniface VIII in 1303, is the oldest one and a top-ranked in international university rankings in the world.
There are many other renowned public universities available in Italy, such as:
Italy is one of the most affordable countries in Europe where you'll have an opportunity for getting up to 100% scholarship in tuition fees and living costs.
Average tuition for all degree courses: 850 to 1,000 EUR/year
Average living cost: 300 to 700 EUR/month for housing, food, and transportation
Most expensive cities: Rome, Milan, and Bologna
Least expensive cities: Pisa, Padua, or Turin
You can also inspect the https://www.meridean.org/study-in-italy portal to urge some assistance on financing your studies in Italy.
Compared to other European countries, life in Italy starts late in the evening. At 8 p.m. the streets are filled with life, and sometimes life just begins this time. In many other European cities, at 6 p.m., the town seems like it shut down all of a sudden. There is no one around anymore and therefore the ambient was driving us to depression. This is often definitely not getting to happen in Italy!
In Italy, If you going for a walk around at 9 or 10 p.m.You always to feel ‘in good company, surrounded by people, especially in spring-summer-fall. Within the southern part, most shops close at 8:30 p.m. which makes life easier for college students in order to buy necessities during late hours
In Italy, you'll find an appropriate study program in any field imaginable, from Arts to Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science, Architecture, etc.., many of which are English-taught. For more details about study programs taught in English you can visit http://www.Meridean.org
Here are a couple of options for Bachelors and Master’s that you'll consider, counting on your chosen university:
The Italian laws permit a student to work 4 hours each day, a maximum of 20 hours every week and 1040 hours yearly. Generally, Italian Companies look to offer you the position of an intern and they pay around 500 - 1000 euros. You will have more options if you have the skill to speak Italian