Italy Student Visa

Italy Masters/Bach/Dip-PG


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Italy Masters - Bach - Dip - PG

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Italy universities and colleges are popular with international students. Universities are known for their educational standards. Accreditations and certificates are from colleges and universities are accepted all over the world.

Government has come up with different student immigration policies to invite overseas students. Education in Italy is controlled by state government and all schools irrespective of public or private have to comply with the curricula outlined and teaching methods laid.

These rules and regulations are created by the Ministry of Public Education.

Education in Italy can be categorized into:

  • Higher education
  • Day Nursery
  • Upper secondary
  • Nursery school
  • Middle school
  • Elementary school

Popular Italian universities:

  • Perugia University.
  • University degli Studi "Tor Vergata" (Roma).
  • Politecnico di Bari.
  • University degli Studi "Federico II" di Napoli.
  • University Commerciale Luigi Bocconi.
  • Politecnico di Torino.
  • University degli studi di Brescia.
  • Scuola Normally Superiore.
  • Scuola Superior di Studi University di Perfezionamento Sant'Anna.

List of Masters/ Bachelors/ Diploma PG Courses:

  • Agricultural and Food Sciences
  • Humanities
  • Exercise and Sports Sciences
  • Law
  • Sciences and Technology
  • Engineering
  • Pharmacological Sciences
  • Medicine
  • Political, Economic and Social Sciences
  • Veterinary Medicine


  • Within the Bologna three - cycle framework only holders of second - cycle degrees (i e. Masters degrees) can apply to pursue a PhD degree, even if you come from a country, such as the UK or Ireland, where it may be common practice for Bachelor holders to go straight into a PhD.
  • You may also have to sit a competitive or entrance exam to gain admission into university in Italy. Candidates are ranked on the basis of their exam performance and then assigned a place on the PhD programme. If you are applying for an international doctoral programme or an Erasmus Mundus joint - PhD programme, there may be no entrance examination.
  • Universities may therefore reserve places for international students who will be selected on the basis of their application. Most PhD applicants will also have to go through an interview process. In all cases, admission is very competitive and positions are restricted to a limited number of applicants, regardless of where they are from.
  • More often than not if you want to do a PhD in Italy, you will have to demonstrate a good command of Italian (not least if you wish to sit the entrance exam which is in Italian). Universities will ask for an Italian proficiency certificate (Link to Italian quall article when it's up).


  • Portfolio
  • Online application form
  • Language certificate
  • University qualification
  • Language certificate
  • Academic transcript
  • Letter of motivation
  • Letter of recommendation
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Detailed study programs.

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