Free Education in Italy with Scholarship

We offer more than 350 Master’s programs across all disciplines, including but not limited to Engineering, Management, Health care, Life Sciences etc. Students with marks as low as 60% have a chance of getting admission in Italian Universities that are not only world renowned but also ranked very high in QS World Ranking.
We also offer many programs in Management, Engineering and Healthcare programs at Bachelors level

Why study in ITALY at a public University?

• Low Tuition Fee Universities
• Scholarships* (Merit / Need Base) & Internships available
• Up to € 5,000 per year living stipend
• 15 Universities out of 71 among World Top 500
• 20 hrs /Week Part Time Work
• 1 yrs Work permit after Course Completion
• No GRE/ IELTS /TOEFL required
• Chance to work in any of the 26 Schengen Countries including Germany, France, Denmark, Norway, Finland etc


There are almost 71 universities in Italy, of which the majority are publicly funded.
Under the Bologna Process, Italy education system has implemented the Nuovo ordinamento system, replacing the former Vecchio ordinamento.
A total of 30 universities bagged the prestigious QS World University Rankings® for 2017-2018.

The Education System in Italy

Italy had played a significant role in the recent amelioration of higher education known as “Bologna Process”, created the European Area of Higher Education. In the 1990s, Italy’s education system underwent reformation based on the Bologna Process, which aims to build a compatible system of education throughout Europe.
Italy’s higher education is formed in a binary system consisting of two main articulations: the university sector and the non-university sector. Presently, the university sector in Italy has 89 universities listed within the following categories:
• 58 state universities – public entities endowed with scientific, teaching, bookkeeping autonomy managerial and financial
• 17 non-State universities (legally recognized by the State).
• 2 Universities for foreigners.
• 6 Higher schools specialized in postgraduate university studies.
• 6 Telemetric universities.

Why Study in Italy

• Academic Benefits Studying in Italy
• Career Benefits Studying in Italy
• Advantages studying in Italy
• Advantages Studying in World Top Universities

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  • Higher schools of design: polytechnics for the arts, academies of fine arts, higher institutes for applied arts, music conservatories and recognized music institutes, higher institutes for musical and choreographic studies, national academies.
  • Higher education in language mediation: higher schools for language mediators.
  • Higher integrated education (FIS): programmes of higher technical education & training (IFTS)
  • A few specific fields (e.g. archiving, diploma tics, restoration, military studies, etc.) which, along withtheir respective institutions, fall under the supervision of ministries other than that of Education.

Academic Calendar

The academic year in Italy has two semesters. The first semester starts from the month of September/October and ends in January/February. The second semester starts from the month February and ends in July. The start and finish dates vary in different universities but each semester lasts for about 20 weeks comprising of 14 weeks for teaching period lasting and around 6 weeks for the exam period
To know more details about Italy Universities, Italian Culture, Italian Education System please do watch this video
Everyone knows Italy is a beautiful country, with excellent food, rich cultural heritage and great artistry. But there is a lot more to the country than that. Aside from the monumental legacy of the Roman civilization, Italy has a long history of leadership and innovation. Notable Italians include explorers Christopher Columbus and Marco Polo; Enrico Fermi (physicist who created the world’s first nuclear reactor) Leonardo da Vinci, who proved the world is not flat. Alessandro Volta, who studied electricity (recognize the term ‘Volt’?) and Galileo Galilei, who discovered four moons around Jupiter and invented the telescope, with which he proved that the Earth revolves around the sun

Education System in Italy

There are around 90 universities in Italy, of which the majority are publicly funded. A total of 30 universities in Italy feature in the QS World University Rankings® 2018, of which 14 make it into the world’s top 500. The origin of the word ‘university’ is also attributed to Italy, and the University of Bologna is believed to be one of the very oldest in the world. Study in Italy with Low Tuition Fee in World Top Ranking University, Videshconsultz being an official representative of Many Italian universities in India will guide and help Indian students to secure admissions and Scholarships into Sapienza University of rome, politechnico Di Milano, University of Parma, Pavia University, University of camerino, Bologna university…