In most visited countries list Italy took 5th place globally, Italy is also known for its traditional and environmental tourist places and is home to 55 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the most in the world. Rome is the commonly visited town in Europe and the 12th most hit city in the world, with millions of tourists while Milan is the 27th position in the world, Besides, Florence and Venice are also among the world’s top 100 destinations.
In 2016, Italy had about 5.05 million foreigners, to make up 8.3% of the total population. The figures of foreign nationals acquired Italian citizenship in 2016, about 201,000 people became Italian citizens, As of 2010, the foreign-born population of Italy was from the following regions: Europe (54%), Africa (22%), Asia (16%), the Americas (8%) and Oceania (0.06%). In Italy, the Southern part is very low populated, around 13% of the total population of Italy and 87% lives in the northern and central parts of the country which is the most economically developed area.
Italy has one of the most popular and best trams in all over the world who has won the two titles of FIFA continuously in 1934 and 1938 and after that 1982,2006. In all European football communities, Italy has chased the second position to win 48 trophies & become the most successful country in the world.
Education In Italy
Tertiary education in Italy is divided between public and private universities. Many Italian universities were ranked among the world’s top 500 in 2019, which is the third-largest number in Europe after the United Kingdom and Germany.
For Indian students, Italy is the best place to study abroad because of its world’s top-ranking and oldest universities, And for Asian students, Italy has 100% Scholarship programs furthermore Free education is very helpful for students to focus on their study and make a bright future. Italy has the most professional faculties which turn into high–quality education in every university, It helps students to open the gate for a better future. Italy is the best place to live and study in Italy for foreigners.
The academic year in Italy has two semesters. The first semester starts in the Sep/Oct and ends in the Jan/Feb & the second semester starts in Feb and ends in Jul.
ERASMUS+ (European community action scheme for the mobility of university students)