Education is the most important part of our life that makes us aware and helps us to get a broad-minded personality. It is not only a way to get success in the world but also a source of getting knowledge. Different institutes all over the world offer high-quality education. It is up to you how keen you are for studying abroad to attain achievement in specific faculty. All other foreign country’s universities of Italy also offer the best study programs for international students. If you are eager to attain knowledge in Italy and want to know how much does it cost to study in Italy, this blog is exactly for you.
Study in Italy
Italy is a country of plenty of charm for tourists and students with a diverse landscape and immense culture. This country has about 90 universities for graduate and postgraduate programs. Now the universities in Italy offer a 3- year degree program called Laurea Triennale. There is also an opportunity to change the subject after three years. Italy is a land of scientists and it provides a great higher education system based on scientific methods, creative approach, and problem-solving skills. The requirements of admission for EU nationals and non-EU nationals are different. EU nationals usually don’t require any proper procedure while NON-EU nationals such as Pakistanis require a proper procedure to follow.
Before getting admission the Pakistani and all other NON-EU students require to register the pre-application request to the Italian consultants. After the acceptance of the application, it will issue a statement, and then the student will need to contact the international student office of its selected university, or the embassy will forward the application. Then the university will ask you for enrollment documents by email. Every university has different criteria for enrollment and merit requirements.
Cost to Study in Italy
Every university has different fee criteria but generally, it lies in between 3000-35000EUR/year for both EU and NON-EU students. The tuition fees of private universities for NON-EU students are usually more than EU students.
The tuition fees of Bologna University are about 300 EUR/year, the University of Padua is 2600 EUR/year, Scuola superior Sant’s Anna is about 4000 EUR/ year, and the University of Trento is also 4000 EUR/year. All these are affordable universities in Italy.
Living Cost for the NON-EU Students
Living cost includes all the expenditures of local travel, public transportation, food, accommodation, and other facilities that student avail in his journey. Rome and Milan are more expensive than all other cities of Italy and cost between 850 and 1450 EUR/month. The living cost in Bologna is 750-1100EUR/month, and Florence is around 850-1300EUR/month.
The housing rent is about 400-700EUR/month for an alone student and 250-300EUR/month if he wants to live in student accommodation. The rent of students sharing an apartment is about 250-500EUR/month. Despite all these, you must have 90-260 EUR for account utilities. The food cost in the Italian restaurants is between 8 and 15 EUR.