It’s perhaps not surprising that many international students feel instantly at home in Italy. The University of Bologna has been welcoming students since 1088 – it is the oldest university in the world and its foundation gave the city one of its nicknames: la lotta, “the learned one”. Bologna remains at the leading edge of academic innovation in the 21st century. The Bologna Process was initiated in the city and has established a set of standards for excellence in higher education across the European Higher Education Area (EHEA).
Italian universities take pride in their heritage and rankings. The University of Rome Tor Vergata offers more than a dozen international degree courses that are taught in English. Founded only in 1982, Tor Vergata was ranked one of the best young universities in Europe and is known for high student satisfaction and far-above-average employment rates of its graduates.
Italy is also home to some of the best business schools in Europe, including the prestigious SDA Bocconi in Milan, the country’s financial capital. Its MBA programs frequently top global and European rankings, and many top business leaders are among its alumni.
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Why Study in Italy
✔ Great universities.
✔ High quality of education.
✔ Demanding subjects and technological and business hub of Europe
✔ Good acceptance rate at the universities regarding CGPA, tuition fee waiver, and scholarships.
✔ Included in the Schengen region.
✔ Good research facilities.
✔ Affordable living and accommodation expenses compared to rest of the Europe.
✔ Great lifestyle and culture
✔ living in e-society.
✔ Healthy atmosphere and safe living conditions.
✔ Work opportunities