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Study in Italy

Introduction:

Italy promotes innovation, creativity, and independent thinking throughout its universities. International students who study and live in Italy soon find that their education is challenging, fun, and rewarding. As an international student in Italy, you can expect to live, grow, and learn in a young, friendly country full of opportunities. For those international students who successfully complete their degree, they will soon find that they are competitive in today’s international job market.

Colleges & Universities

On Our Panel​
In The Below Cities
  • Rome
  • Milan
  • Naples
  • Turin
  • Palermo
  • Genoa
  • Bologna

Programs & Courses

Under The Discipline
Under Graduate-Graduate-PHD
  • Post Graduate Degree
  • Under Graduate Degree
  • Under Graduate Diploma
  • Foundation Program
  • Certificate Program
  • School Program
  • Italian Language

Admission Requirements

Officially
Basic Requirement
  • Minimum Education: Intermediate
  • Minimum Marks: 50 %
  • IELTS Minimum: Without & With IELTS
  • Study Gap: 4 Year
  • Pakistani Citizenship
  • Passport
  • Choose Program

 

Study in Italy

Praising Italy might be the most complicated thing in the world: where do you even start?. Do you mention a bunch of famous Italians, like da Vinci, Borgia, Versace, and Vivaldi? Or just mention the fields they revolutionised, like Architecture, Music, Engineering, and Fashion?

I could just focus on the brilliant landscapes and the UNESCO World Heritage sites, or how awesome Italian people are, with their pastas, wines, and signature hand gesture, but it would be redundant.

Bottom line is simply: Italy is awesome!

Why Study in Italy?

1. Italian universities are affordable

When compared to their Western counterparts, Italian public universities are incredibly affordable. If you come from an EU/EEA country, you won't pay more than 4,000 EUR per year, and you can easily find much cheaper study programmes.

Non-EU/EEA citizens enjoy the same tuition rates in some cases, but in others they do pay more — which is why you should always check what tuition applies to students from your country.

2. Impressive higher education experience

The University of Bologna is the oldest university in Europe, having been established in 1088. That means it is almost 1,000 years old and still alive and kicking today!

Bologna is also the name of the process used by the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) to create a more coherent, uniform, and attractive education system.

Many European countries follow this system. If you study at one university implementing it, your diploma will be recognised in any other country that's part of the programme.

All in all, we'd say that Italy knows a thing or two about higher education and has a long and rich experience in this field.

3. Italy is at the forefront of fashion and architecture

One visit to Italy is enough to understand why it is considered a leader in terms of fashion, arts, and architecture. Milan is the stand out city, as one of the 4 fashion capitals of the world.

As for architecture, going through the charming Italian cities will reveal to you the beauty and unique style of buildings, which seem to have been lost in the process of developing the modern architecture.

4. Enjoy the Mediterranean climate

The warm sun, the sea breeze, the tasty fruits and vegetables — all are essential elements of the Mediterranean lifestyle, which is highly regarded for its health and wellness benefits.

Sardinia, for example, is one of the few "Blue Zones" in the world, where people often reach over 90 years of age.

5. Visit amazing and time defying historic sites

When you're not in classes, take the time to visit some of the oldest and most impressive historic sites in Europe. From the Colosseum to the Pantheon, from the Valley of the Temples to Ostia Antica — all these places still carry their aura of former glory, an aura that can still be felt and explored nowadays.

What is it like to study in Italy?

Everybody who gets to study in Italy says the same thing about the universities here: the professors and fellow students are friendly and helpful, the cultural landscape is very diverse, and the architecture of the universities is exquisite.

However, it might help if you study a bit of Italian before coming here: although they are warm and kind, it may be difficult to talk to them, because not everyone is fluent in English.

Also, although the tuition fees are rather low, you should check out scholarships in Italy: there are a lot of chances of discovering one that suits you and your study option.

What to study in Italy

Italy can be easily compared to that annoying colleague from high school who excelled at everything he or she did. Considering how many pioneers Italy has produced, there’s no wonder the list of “most sought-after” fields is so vast and comprehensive. Still, the most popular study options in Italy are:

  • Masters in Economics in Italy
  • Masters in Area & Cultural Studies in Italy
  • Masters in Architecture in Italy
  • Masters in International Relations in Italy
  • Masters in Fashion Design in Italy
  • Masters in Business Administration in Italy

Major cities in Italy

The greatest universities in Italy are usually located in the bigger cities. If you’re not sure which are those, or you’re simply searching for details about living costs and geography, you can always check out these cities in Italy:

  • Study in Milan 
  • Study in Rome 
  • Study in Bolzano - Bozen 
  • Study in Bologna 
  • Study in Florence 
Which universities to attend in Italy

If you’re the type of student who wants to go only to the best universities, disregarding the city you’re going to or the province best suited for you, you can always check out these highly-recommended universities:

  • Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, in Milan
  • Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, in Bolzano-Bozen
  • Ca'Foscari University, in Venice
  • Istituto Europeo Di Design (IED), in Milan
  • POLI.design, in Milan
  • European School of Economics, in Florence

 

Practical Information

The application process in Italy can be complicated, but we’re here to help and trace the major lines.

First of all, you should contact the university you’re interested in and check if your qualifications are eligible. This is represented by a prior assessment, after which the university will give you feedback and tell you if you meet all the standards.

After, you will have to submit a pre-application request at your Italian embassy or consulate, and let them manage your application afterwards.

By the end of August, students will find a list of admitted candidates on the embassy’s or consulate’s page.

Some of the documents you will need to deliver with your application are:

  • Your ID
  • A passport-type photograph
  • Your academic transcripts
  • Your university application form
  • A detailed study programme or course description, which must contain the number of hours of the courses or training activities that you have completed, according to your academic curriculum
  • Your CV
  • A letter of recommendation
  • A letter of motivation
  • Language proficiency certificate (English or Italian)
  • Your portfolio, if you’re applying to Architecture, Urban Planning, or Design programmes
  • Official SAT or ACT scores

Helpful ways to make sure you qualify for an Italian university

Take Preparation Courses

These kinds of courses enable degree-seeking students to get an extra educational boost just before they start their Master’s degree or other post-graduate degree programmes.

Try a pre-M.B.A., pre-Law, or pre-Medicine programme, as well as any other foundation or preparation courses that will allow you to study in the degree programme of your choice.

Improve your English through an English-language prep course

If you’re attending a degree programme in Italy, you will need to prove that your language skills are good enough to participate in the classes and understand the lectures; some schools will require strong English or Italian skills. These courses will also prepare you for any of the English-language tests that universities require.

English-language tests

Italian universities have programmes that are taught either in English or in Italian. That’s why, in order to be accepted at one of their programmes, you will need to provide proof of either English or Italian proficiency.

The language tests accepted by Italian universities for English are:

  • PTE Academic
  • TOEFL
  • IELTS
  • C1 Advanced or C2 Proficiency
  • TOEIC
  1. Documents Requirements

    1. All educational documents (DMC, Certificate, Transcript, Degrees)
    2. Complete resume & SOP for degree program & 2 Recommendation letters
    3. IELTS Result if having
    4. Passport
    5. CNIC front & back sides
    6. Photo with white Background 
    7. Procession Fee=50 thousands.

  1. How to apply

    Please follow the below steps

    Step #1  Choose your Program /Course

    Post Graduate Degree
    Under Graduate Degree
    Under Graduate Diploma
    Foundation Diploma
    Certificate Program
    School Program (1-12 Levels)
    Italian Language 

    Step #2  Submit the follow documents
    1. All educational documents (DMC, Certificate, Transcript, Degrees)  
    2. Complete resume (CV) & SOP for degree program & 2 Recommendation letters
    3. IELTS if having
    4. Passport
    5. CNIC front & back sides
    6. Photo with white Background 
    7. Procession Fee=50 thousands.

    Step #3  Submit by hand /post/email to our below address
    Peace International Consultants.
    [ A Project of "Genius Education & Travel Services (Pvt.) Limited]
    Suit # 11, First Floor, Al-Mustafa Plaza, 6th Road, Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan.
    Phone: +92 51 4853253, Cell # +92 321 5680114, Cell # +92 336 5680114
    Email: pic_pakistan@yahoo.com ,  info@pic.gets.net.pk, Website:  www.pic.gets.net.pk

    Step #4  We will apply for admission:-

    After receiving all above documents we will apply for your admission in college/university and after receiving Offer Letter/voucher within 1 week,  Student have to deposit his tuition fee in direct College/University account, Fee confirmation from College/University side , Letter of Acceptance will be issue with 2-3 weeks.

    Step #5  You have to deposit tuition fee:-
    Italy's all Colleges/Universities charge tuition fee in advance tuition fee range is between 4000 € to 6000 € initially deposit.

    Step #5  Provide the supporting documents:-
    For Visa file student have to provide the below supporting documents,

    1. Bank Statement + Account Maintenance Letter
    2. FRC (Family Registration Certificate)
    3. Medical Report .
    4. Embassy & Biometric Fees=160 €-200 €   

    Step #6  Submit your Visa file Online
    After making the all supporting documents online, You will appear in VFS Global and submit your documents.

    Step #7  Wait for Visa Decision   
    After biometric you have to wait for visa decision which take normally 5-6 weeks for result making.

Colleges & Universities 

1. For colleges &Universities details please contact us on phone or email

Contact Us

• For More Information About Study Abroad Please Contact With Our Study Visa Staff

Mr. Ahmed Raza,  Cell: 0336 5680114,  Email: pic.pakistan@gmail.com

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