Admissions in Italy

Italy is a budget-friendly study destination in Europe. While the cost of accommodation and living can be high in large cities like Rome or Milan, smaller cities are much cheaper. Larger universities usually offer support in finding accommodation; with luck you might get a place in a cheap student home.

University of Salerno
University of Salerno
University of Padova
University of Padova
University of Siena
University of Siena
University of Pavia
Politechno di Milano
Sapienza University of Rome
University of Messina
University of Naples Federico II
University of Naples Parthenope
University of Pisa
University of Bologna
Ca' Foscari University of Venice
University of Camerino
University of Cagliari
University of L'Aquila
University of Cassino
University of Palermo
University of Macerata
University of Ferrara
University of Perigua

Compared to other countries in Europe, Italy’s public universities are also relatively cheap. On average, public universities in Italy charge around 1,000 EUR per year. Top-ranked prestigious universities might charge more. A special case is the University of Rome Tor Vergata, where tuition fees are tied to your family’s financial situation: Based on the income, you are charged from a low minimum around 150 EUR to a maximum of around 5,000 EUR per year.

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