Living in Italy

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  • How much is the cost of living in Italy?

    Italy is a relatively affordable country to pursue your studies in, but of course living costs in Italy are subject to your personal lifestyle and where you live, but here is a rough estimate of a student’s average monthly budget:

    • Food: € 150 - € 200
    • Accommodation: € 350 - € 650
    • Transportation: € 20 - € 30
    • Utilities: €30 - €40
    • Hobby/leisure, miscellaneous: € 80

  • What is the lifestyle like in Italy?

    Socializing is a very important aspect of the Italian lifestyle, and they tend to be very physically affectionate towards each other. Expect a peck on the cheek or a huge every once in a while when meeting people, and don’t forget to reciprocate the kindly gesture. A large part of the Italian lifestyle also revolves around food, so much so that some establishments in Italy follow an extended break that can last up to 3 hours. Two uniquely Italian phrases that might succinctly sum up the Italian lifestyle would be “la dolce vita” and “dolce far niente”. You might have heard of the first one already, meaning “the sweet life”, whereas the second phrase means “the sweetness of doing nothing”. These phrases point to the fact that Italians have a relatively relaxed mentality when it comes to daily life.

  • Are there Filipinos living in Italy?

    The Italian Ministry reports that there are upwards of about 155,945 registered or documented Filipinos residing in Italy.

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Schools in Italy

Which school do you want to study? What program can you take? Are the schools offering scholarships?

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Study in Italy

How much are the living expenses for students? How can I adapt to the local culture?

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Work in Italy

What are the benefits of being a graduate in that country? What's life like working while studying?

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