Italy officially ‘‘the Italian Republic’’ is a parliamentary republic in Europe. It has a largely temperate climate; due to its shape being similar to a shoe, it is often referred as lo Stivale - “the Boot”. With 61 million inhabitants, it is the 4th most populous EU member state located in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea. Italy shares open land borders with France, Switzerland, Austria, Slovenia and Vatican City. Italy is divided into 20 regions which are further subdivided into 9 metropolitan cities and 101 provinces. Italy has a capitalist mixed economy, ranking as the third-largest in the Euro-zone and the eighth-largest in the world. The country is a founding member of the G7 and G8 groups. With a rich cultural heritage, the country has been home to many of history’s most famous names in the areas of Art, Literature, Philosophy, Sports and Science. It also has a long history of international trade, having forged links with countries around the world, bringing together knowledge, skills, business and ideas.
Why Italy for your Higher Education?
Here goes ranking for universities located in Italy. I have compiled it based on various resources while keeping all parameters in my mind. These three ranking were particularly important.
Ranking of Italian universities:
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There are a few similarities between the two tests. Firstly, they both are formalized tests for college admissions and scholarship purposes. Secondly, they both are predictable tests which can be cracked through sufficient study and practice.
Most students at the test will feel nervous. This is quite normal. In fact, it can actually be quite helpful in terms of motivation. It may make you alert and help you to focus. The aim is for you to try to perform at your optimum level.