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Italy has proven itself to be one of the top options to study abroad. It has a progressive approach towards education reforms is soon turning into an education hub. Other than this, it provides education at affordable costs along with scholarship opportunities. Its universities have been performing well in QS World rankings. This makes it a good choice in Engineering in Italy for International students too.
Bocconi University, located in Milan provides an engineering course in Master of Science in Economics and Management of Innovation and Technology. The tuition fee for first year costs EUR 13,326 and second year costs EUR 12,711. International students must have a three-year degree or higher education. Admissions begin on 5 February 2018.
University of Trento has a world ranking of 251 and offers nine courses in engineering. Seven of them are postgraduate programs. They are 2 year- long programs and their admission procedure begins in September 2018. Whereas, the other two are doctorate programs, namely, Doctor of Philosophy in Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering and Doctor of Philosophy in Materials, Mechatronics and Systems Engineering. These stretch over a period of three years and admission process for them begins on 19 February, 2018.
Sapienza University of Rome offers 13 Engineering courses, of which 4 are post graduate programmes and others are Ph.D. programs. The admission process is expected to begin in February, September 2018. The course Master of Aerospace Engineering is a two- year long course and the tuition fee is €1,411.00 (US$ 1,661) per year. Indian students applying for PhD must possess an Italian diploma di laurea, laurea specialistica or laurea magistrale or an equivalent second-level degree (equivalent to a Master’s Degree) obtained abroad (or expected to be obtained by October 31, 2015).
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