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Italy is a popular destination for international students. It offers quality higher
education with more affordable tuition fees than other Western European countries. There are
around 32,000 international students in Italy, including independent students and those on
exchange programmes. The country has a rich history and tradition of higher education. This
makes it an attractive option for students. Some of the first universities in Europe were founded
in Italy during the Middle Ages and Renaissance. The University of Bologna, founded in 1088, is
recognised as the oldest university to still operate. Today, Italy is the home of many prestigious
institutions of higher education. Many of Italy’s institutions perform well in the QS World
University Rankings, appearing in the top 200 each year.

Italy has played an important role in recent reform of higher education. This reform is known as
the “Bologna Process”. The country is one of the four countries that created the European Area
of Higher Education. This was formed by signing the Sorbonne Declaration in 1998, which was
to be the first step in the higher education reform. Today the Bologna Process is now being
implemented throughout Europe.

Why Study In Italy?

  • Globally Recognized Universities

  • Excellent Quality of Education

  • Top-Notch Campuses

  • Globally Recognized Courses

  • Post-Study Work Opportunities

  • Safe and Friendly Country

  • Politically Stable

  • Student-Friendly Campuses

Top universities in Italy

Top Courses in Italy

Top Courses in Italy

Price Range

Hospitality and Tourism

18,000 - 30,500

Business studies

25,000 - 29,900

IT and Computer Science

22,000 - 32,000

Cyber Security

17,852 -20,000

Health Sciences

28,685 - 30,000


17,019 - 29,000

Arts and Humanities

15,000 - 25,000

New Zealand : Industry and Economic Outlook


Established sectors: New Zealand has the world's 53rd-largest national economy by nominal GDP and is experiencing promising economic growth across a number of industries.

In Demand Job Sectors

The emerging sectors in New Zealand are as follows

  • Healthcare

  • Information and Communication Technology(ICT)

  • Biotechnology

  • Food and Beverage

  • Hospitality and Tourism

Skill Shortages

The Long Term Skill Shortage List

  • Civil engineering technician

  • Electrical engineering technician

  • Procurement management

The Regional Skill Shortage List

  • Agriculture and forestry

  • Construction Industry

  • Structural engineer

  • Building associate


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