Free Education In Italy
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Meet us at Bhavishya Overseas. Italian Universities offer scholarship programs for Higher Education and Ph.D. programs, for international students. Italian universities provide a wide range of programs related to a student's previous study. The courses are according to the personal needs of an individual. Before applying for an Italian study visa, the student must know the visa requirements and eligibility in order to avoid any problems
Below are some of the required documents, which a student must keep in mind before applying for a study visa
- To be admitted to any Italian College or University, an invitation letter from the Institute is required.
- Students must provide proof of course fee payment.
- Students must provide all academic credentials.
- If your course is longer than 90 days, you must show a single flight ticket along with your documents.
- Students must provide a medical insurance certificate with the documents.
- A valid passport with the data and validity of the holder.
- Students must provide an application form with a recent passport-sized photograph. Note that the photo must be colored with a white background with the specification of 3x4cm or 3.5x4.5cm.
- Students must provide proof of sufficient funds to cover expenses during their stay in Italy. Please note that the proof can be the applicant's original bank statement (in any currency) or the original and copy of the applicant's savings account. No sponsorship is allowed.
- If students are taking a course related to art, design, and architecture programs, they must attach their portfolio along with the documents.
How to apply for a study visa for Italy
Italy Study Visa Process
Students must apply for a study visa at the Italian Embassy. A student can apply for an Italian student visa only if he receives a letter of acceptance. The procedure for applying for a visa for Italian students is:
A foreign student who wants to continue their studies in Italy will need to obtain an Italian student visa. If a course is longer than 90 days, you will need to obtain a long-term visa or a national (NV) visa. Upon her arrival, a student must obtain a "residence permit". A student must acquire a student visa application form. You can download the form online.
- Complete the student visa application form.
- Make a list of all documents required for submission along with the visa application form. Collect all documents and present them to the Italian Embassy or Consulate.
- Students must provide a recent colour photograph for the student visa application.
- Make an appointment with the visa application center to submit the application form.
- Submit your visa application form along with the required documents and application fees to the Italian Embassy. Note that you must bring all original copies of all documents with you. After submitting the file, you will be notified with a confirmation receipt.
- A student can keep track of the student application form.
- Collect your student visa.
Work while Study in Italy
Earn While Studying
International students can find part-time jobs very easily during their studies. Different types of jobs are available for international students such as hotel management jobs, call center agents, media jobs, and university jobs (assistant at the library or university office). International students can earn 5-15 euros per hour on the above-mentioned jobs.
Hence, students can pay their energy bills, buy groceries, or manage their daily expenses. International students who are not from the European Union have a distinct set of rules applied to their employment status.
Below are the conditions under which a student must take care:
- There must be a resumption stamp on the full-time student’s passport.
- It means that students cannot work more than 20 hours per week while studying.
- Students have the opportunity to take full-time jobs during the holidays.
- Students cannot engage in any kind of self-employment, business.
- If the duration of the course is less than 6 months, employment rights are prohibited.
- If a student breaks these rules, she could be fined up to 1000 euros.