Delicious food, fascinating buildings, charming cities and natural views – this is Italy. It also has Europe's oldest university, the prestigious University of Bologna, founded in 1088. This should be one of your top options for education if you love history, arts, and would like to receive a unique learning experience.
Quality of education. Generally, Italy is one of the most popular destinations among international students (more than 32,000 foreign students are currently studying in Italy). Now there are 89 universities in Italy, with programs taught in Italian or English. In many ways, the renowned University of Bologna has shaped the university system we have today. This university has done a lot for the development of standardized university education across EU countries. It was also the setting for the Bologna Process.
A great place to study. Experience the country's beauty, outstanding culture, and friendly Mediterranean climate. Italy is also one of the best choices for those who are interested in studying art, architecture, or fashion. The country has countless art masterpieces, beautiful examples of old architecture, and world famous fashion weeks and designers. Italy is very stylish, so come here to study fashion and admire the country’s unforgettable and vivid spirit every day!
Learn Italian. Italy has one of the top economies in the world, and many international companies are hiring people who speak both Italian and English. In Italy, you can find the headquarters of many world famous companies such as Benetton, Bulgari, Dolce & Gabbana, Lamborghini, DeLonghi, Lavazza, and Martini & Rossi. They usually welcome job applicants who know Italian.
Work & study. Italian law permits a student to work 4 hours a day and a maximum of 20 hours a week.
Fantastic food. Italy has delicious national dishes known all over the world. But to learn how they should really taste, you must visit Italy. Italian wine is also amazing, and you can find both drinks and food at reasonable prices throughout the country