Universities in Italy were founded in the 12th century making them the oldest in the Western world.
Why study in Italy?
Italy is reserving its place amongst the most popular overseas education destination across the globe. It is home to one of the first universities to be established in the Western world and has the distinction to play host to 15 out of the top 200 universities in the world. Italy has as many as 97 universities, which are categorized as:

1.State universities, which are state funded public educational institutions
2.Other public institutes, which are funded by the states
3.Private universities, which are not funded by the state
4.Superior schools are institutions that are independent and offer postgraduate education and research education

There is a scholarship option available in Italy for the international students and citizens provided by the government, universities, or private organizations based on merit.
Features of Italian Education System
1. The courses in the Italian universities are generally designed by the academics in collaboration with the industry experts, which enhances graduate employability.
2. English is the prime medium of instruction
3. Italian language and intensive Italian programs are taught at all levels, from beginning to advance levels
4. Students who study in Italy can avail of fee waivers, free housing and meal tickets to reduce their living and studying experiences provided by the government for students who are meritorious.
5. Students who wish to study in Italy, don’t need to provide scores of IELTS or TOEFL tests for the admission process*
6. Students can stay on in Italy for 6 months after completing their degree and look for a job in the intermittent period
7. Students can also work for 20 hours every week while pursuing their course of study in Italy.
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