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Study In taly:

Pasta, pizza and gelati - Italy is a country of great food, great weather, and is fast becoming an ever-more popular study abroad destination with some of the world's top universities.

Facts and Figure about Italy
Area: 301.260 squared kilometres,
Regions:20 regions, five of which with special autonomy status.
Capital city: Rome
Major cities: Milan, Rome, Turin and Naples.
Population: About 57 million inhabitants. Italy has the third largest European population with the majority living in the North of the country.
Government: A parliamentary republic; the head of state is the president

Why Italy?
Italy has played an important role in European higher education. Beside this, today Italy ranks among the 8 most industrialized countries in the world which also attracts so many international students to study in Italy to develop a sound network and valuable knowledge in basic and applied science and research in a great variety of fields like biology, ICT, medicine, physics, etc..

There are mainly two types of universities in Italy which are publicly funded and private universities.

Public Funded Universities:
The 58 state universities are public bodies involved in scientific research and higher education. They have complete autonomy and full legal capacity and each may draw up its own regulations to define institutional, teaching and research structures.

Private Universities:
The 17 non-state universities have to be accredited after an evaluation process by the Ministry of Education. The degrees awarded by private universities have the same legal value as those from state universities and have to comply with the same legislation.

Technical Universities:
In the Italian system (technical universities) concentrate exclusively in the subject fields of engineering and architecture and adopt the same institutional model as state universities.

Academic Calendar:
The academic year in Italy is made up of two semesters. The first semester starts in September/October and ends in January/February. The second semester starts in February and ends in July. The actual start and finish dates will vary in the different universities but each semester lasts around 20 weeks and is made up of a teaching period lasting around 14 weeks and an exam period lasting around 6 weeks.

Scholarships and financial aid:
All international students including Bangladeshis are entitled to the same student assistance services as Italian students, on basis of the same requisites of financial means and/or merit. This applies to scholarships, student loans, housing assistance, refectory meal tickets and fee waivers. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of financial needs and merit basis. Interested students who are looking for studying in Italy on the basis of scholarships please contact us for learning more about the present available scholarships.