Why Study In Italy

Italy is also home to some of the best business schools in Europe, including the prestigious MBA universities in Milan, the country’s financial capital. 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. The country has a rich history and tradition of higher education. This makes it an attractive option for students.

There are around 90 universities in Italy, of which the majority are publicly funded. There are also a number of specialized postgraduate centers, polytechnics and other academies that form part of the higher education sector. Italy has several levels of higher education. Completing undergraduate studies (bachelor’s degree – ‘laurea’) can lead to master’s studies and earning a master’s degree (‘laurea magistrale’). Bachelor’s studies typically take 3 years to complete and master’s studies take 1 year. Following the completion of your masters studies you can do a PhD which usually lasts 3 academic years.

Benefits of study in Italy

  • Excellence in Research, Science and Creativity
  • Outstanding educational system based on solid notions, scientific method and creative approach
  • Development of complex problem solving, critical thinking and flexibility
  • Wide offer of courses also in English in a dynamic and pleasant environment

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