International students’ normal tuition fees range from €900 to €4,000 per year at public universities, and from €6,000 to €20,000 per year at private institutions, depending on your family’s income and the programme you’re applying for.
Scholarships and grants granted by several colleges allow students to study in Italy for free. Ph.D. Scholarships at Scuola Normale Superiore
Study Grants for International Students at Bologna University
International and Bocconi Merit Awards
Merit-Based Scholarships for International Students at Politecnico di Milano
Foreign Student Scholarship Program of the Italian Government
Padua’s International Excellence Scholarship Program is open to students from all over the world.
Yes, Italy is less expensive than other European destinations such as the United Kingdom and France in terms of tuition and living costs.