Why study in Italy for International Students and Living cost
Italy is a country with so many beautiful places to see and experience—but four of them are world-renowned for being among the top destinations for any traveler.
university level, the schools become even more specialized—and selective—with more than twenty of the programs being included in the top 500 universities in the world. The oldest continuously operating university in the world is found in Bologna—having had its doors open to students for over 930 years!
Costs Excluding Tuition Fees
Visa Fee50Euro APPROX
Medical Costs80Euro approx
Food Cost150-200Euro/month approx
Flight Ticket FareINR 22000 approx
Benefits of the Country
Stay Back and PR
6-12 months of studetns residence permit for master's and PhD
Part Time Job
20 hours per week and full time during holidays
Thick jackets are worn during winter along with long boots and during the moderate climate ordinar denim clothes and full sleeve shirts are required.
spring-March, April and May
Summer-June through to August
Autumn-September, October and Novembe
winter is from December to February
Almost every big city is also perfectly connected to European and non-European countries with 87 airports. You can easily travel by train, all the bigger Italian cities are interconnected with 77 (main-) railway stations. That makes life easier for many students that do not like travelling by car or by plane.