Italy is a great option for higher studies. With its remarkable cultural background (Roman civilization) and progressive nature towards education reforms, it is turning into an education hub. There are scholarships available, and it is more affordable for international students as compared to other European countries. It has many historical universities too.
Some universities that offer science colleges in Italy are:
The Sapienza University of Rome provides B.Sc. programme in Medicine and Surgery. The ARWU rank of the university is 151. The English language is a requirement here. It is a 72- month long course which costs 1200 EUR/year. The deadline for applications is April 2018.
Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore offers courses in, Earth sciences and Medicine and Surgery. The Sustainable Agriculture for Food Quality and Environment (SAFE) B.Sc. The program is a three- year long program that offers 180 ECTS credits. For EU students the annual tuition fee is calculated by the financial background of the student’s family. Whereas, international students pay € 8040 per year. Though students can request the “UCSC International Scholarship” while filling out the online application, a post for which the fee would amount to € 5000.
The Free University of Bozen-Bolzano is ranked at 301 and offers a course in Agricultural and Agro-Environmental Sciences, B.Sc. It covers a 36- month duration and the tuition fee costs 1343EUR/ year. The language mediums are English, German and Italian. The application deadline is April 2018. There are student halls of residence of the Province of Bozen-Bolzano accorded on first come first serve basis; private rentals are also available. The English language is an essential requirement.
Italy has some of the best science courses on offer for international students. With affordability, cultural and student-friendly spaces, it tops the charts for higher studies in science. Do avail the golden opportunity.
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