Italy, the preferred boot-shaped country of Europe, is a diversely beautiful, cultural, and historical country. You will have access to an extraordinary variety of cultural, historic, and touristic assets in Italy, from the Alps in the North to coastal beaches in the South and all in between.
Italy places a significant value on education, and there are several top-notch academic institutions there that welcome overseas students. Italy has been influential in academics, supporting the Bologna Process' reform of higher education in Europe. Students who pursue an education in Italy will learn vital academic material as well as crucial cultural skills in one of Europe's newest countries.
International students may apply to one of the two intakes that Italian institutions provide each year. Beginning in September and continuing until January or February is the first intake. The second one runs from February to July. Different colleges have different semester beginning and finishing dates. Each semester lasts twenty weeks, of which six weeks are used for exams and fourteen weeks are dedicated to instruction.
When Italian universities adopted a new study structure in 1999, higher education in that country underwent a transformation. Universities in Italy now break down what was once a 5-year education program into 3 years of undergraduate study (Bachelor's degree) and 2 years of graduate study.
Students have a choice of four primary courses: