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Check your Eligibility & Other Requirements to 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.

Whether you choose to pursue a Bachelor's, Master's, or PhD degree, or engage in a summer study abroad programme in Italy, you will find a comprehensive range of courses that will undoubtedly fulfill your educational and personal objectives.

Eligibility to Study in Italy

The general eligibility requirements for admission to a recognized institution in Italy are as follows:

  • Must hold a high school diploma/bachelor degree (for graduate students) demonstrating eligibility for university studies in Italy
  • A minimum of 59 percent in the last two years of study is required.
  • Must be fluent in either English or Italian, depending on the curriculum. The TOEFL and IELTS are the most generally accepted English exams by the Italian Universities.
  • Specific universities also administer entrance tests for various programs.

Certain courses have individual requirements as well, so make sure to check with the university before applying to.

Documents Required for Study in Italy

The following documents must be submitted by international students who plan to study in Italy.

  • Fill out the application form to receive an academic eligibility and appropriateness letter.
  • A properly completed pre-enrolment form
  • A genuine copy of your high school diploma or a copy of your bachelor's degree if you are applying for a post-graduate programme.
  • One signed passport sized photograph and one additional passport sized photograph from prior examinations, stating the name of the exam and the subjects studied
  • Proof of Italian proficiency if you plan to enrol in an Italian-taught course.
  • Documented confirmation that the student has sufficient finances to cover the expense of his education in Italy as well as travel back
  • to his native country after his studies are completed.
  • Documented verification of payment of medical insurance

Top FAQs Asked by Students Travelling to Italy

12 years. Students from countries where university enrollment is possible after 10 or 11 years of study must show that they have passed the necessary examinations for two years or one year in order to finish the twelve-year programme.

Yes. To be able to secure your position at reputed Italian universities, IELTS is required. But many international students are able to study in Italy without having to take the IELTS exam. Italy is located in Europe and is home to one of the world's oldest universities. Italian universities have a very low tuition fee. Furthermore, most Italian universities require language tests such as the IELTS or TOEFL.

Yes, only if you are able to explain the gap with a valid reason or work experience.

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