Italy is home to some of the oldest universities in the world, which follow a unique approach to teaching. The affordable tuition fee with excellent education attracts a large number of international students to study in Italy. The Italian universities offer only one intake to international students, i.e. September. Students who wish to study abroad have some myths about Italy.
A common perception that students have is they won’t be able to secure admission to Italian universities with low grades. But the universities also consider extra-curricular activities and work experiences while accepting an application. They also think that education in Italy is a bit expensive. But that is totally wrong. Italy is one of the most budget-friendly destinations; even students can take scholarships up to 100%. Also, the living cost in Italy is between 300 euros to 600 euros, which can be managed through part-time jobs.
Moreover, most people believe that learning the Italian language is compulsory to study in Italy. But for the past 7 seven years, most of the courses in Italian universities are English-taught. Another myth is that there are very few part-time jobs available in Italy. But students who are comfortable speaking English can easily find various part-time jobs in Italy. Another advantage of studying in Italy is that all international students are eligible to apply for scholarships.
Moreover, students who wish to secure admission in Italian universities may contact our expert counsellors at any branch of Meridean Overseas Education Consultants (MOEC). Our counsellors will provide you with the best guidance and support to study in Italy. For more information or any queries, you can mail us at email@example.com or call us at our toll-free no. 1800-1230-00011.