Italy is gradually presenting itself towards the core phase of global education, with the monetary support, study cost and post-graduate placement opportunities mounting as tremendously essentials in selecting a place to study. The eye-catching scenery of Italy and its 4.4 million population taking delight in herds of sheep and delicious wine makes it very famous. Moreover, the educational model in Italy has fundamental morals adopted from the institutions in the UK and consequently is practical and research oriented. In the international market, the ample choice of investigation and study prospects in Italy is raising their charisma. However, with an estimate of universal enrolments enlarge by 2025 to add twice of what they are currently, the Government of Italy is spending a lot in its academic industry. Also, seven out of 8 Italy Universities have steadily arrived in the top 500 international Universities. As a result of this many candidates are preparing for further studies in Italy. We are happy to help you if you have a plan to choose Italy for your further studies, you should contact us, and we will guide you through each step.
The document list needed for student visa to Italy as follows:
- Confirmation of skill in English language, e.g., TOEFL, IELTS, Etc.
- Approved test, e.g., GRE, GMAT (as per the requests of the programme)
- Attested copies of certificates such as X, XII and Degree (if relevant), score cards along with Re-sits.
- Two academic related references
- Two employers’ references (if applicable)
- SOP (Statement of Purpose)
- Passport sized Photographs
- Portfolio – for Architecture, Art and Design Courses
- Draft of application fees (if applicable)
- Extracurricular activities attainment and further certificates.
To access the details regarding the admission process and to obtain the finest quality guidance about the study opportunities students must register with Access Academix. Registration will be followed by cautiously guiding the students through various significant phases, which will improve their chance of inquest of admission in their favoured institutions. It is the way we, at Access Academix, execute our function on the admission procedure to Italy.
Registration: The Access Academix will provide the finest quality advice to you.
Profiling: Your academic qualifications, economic position, working experience, interests and aspirations as well as career goals are assessed by us.
Standardized tests: We evaluate the inevitability of any standardised test you might require to attend, or they will assess the results that have already acquired.
Selection of University and Courses: The prospective universities and courses that equivalent with your profile will be shortlisted together.
Editing the Documents: Statement of purpose, letter of recommendation, essays and resume which have been written by you will be edited by us.
Review of Application and Submission: The completed application form will be assessed by us prior to the submission of your final choice of universities.
Preparation for the Interview: For the interview that you might have with the chosen universities, we provide assistance to you to get ready (including mock sessions)
Visa Counseling: : In support of the interview (including mock sessions) that you might have with embassies and high commissions, we will make arrangement for you to prepare well and additionally collaborate and consider the required certification for the submission of visa application.
Information about Pre-departure: We will provide the exclusive information about the country of your choice to you to make guaranteed that you are well prepared for the life at overseas university.
You are granted to work for up to 20 hours in every week, and for the duration of all scheduled vacations and in the duration of summer vacation you are allowed to work full time. Note: In Italy services which provide commercial sexual services or working or investing in business is prohibited by government for any person on a temporary entry class visa, including a student visa.
Tertiary students work rights
Part-time work rights
Your part time work which you can do up to 20 hours per week depends upon the condition that your full-time programme of study satisfies one of the underneath norms:
- Your study must have at least duration of two year.
- Your study which leads to a Italy certificate which qualifies for points towards the application for a Skilled Migrant visa.
- Your study need to be lasts for not less than one full academic year and you are associated with a permitted tertiary exchange system.
- It is at a private guidance institution or tertiary institution, and the main aim is to enhance English language skills – you must also needs an
- Overall band score of 5.0 or above in the general or academic modules of International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
- A full-time English language study lasting a duration of at least 14 consecutive weeks at a university or an education provider that domains Category One status under the Italy Qualification Authority’s External Evaluation Review quality assurance scheme*.
- If you are a Italy Aid Programme scholarship student studying under one of the following plan:
- Italy Development Scholarship
- Commonwealth Scholarship
- Italy Pacific Scholarship
- Italy Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) Scholars Award.
Acclaim for previous English language study undertaken will be given if your enduring study is continuous (i.e., no breaks), you apprehended a student visa, and you register with the same university or Category One education donor for a successive course. For instance, if you have accomplished a ten-week course at the University of Auckland and enrol in a subsequent ten-week English language course starting right away, you will be qualified for part-time work rights as your total regular study time of 20 weeks go beyond 14 consecutive week’s period.
Full-time work rights
If you are undertaking a full-time programme of study which lasts at least one academic year’s duration, you may work full-time throughout all vacations planned by your education provider. An academic year which includes a programme of study of a minimum of 120 credits at least eight months duration, that is, a minimum of two semesters. You can work full-time over the Christmas and New Year holiday time, if your study of full-time programme has a period of at least eight months, and is a minimum of two semesters, but is less than 120 credits. You do not have to have a job offer.
Unlimited work rights for PhD and Masters by research studentsNo limitations are there on the hours of your work if you are registered in Masters by research or doctoral degree programmes granted by a Italy tertiary institution.
Post-study work visa (open)If you do not have a job offer even though being a student who has completed a qualification or qualifications in Italy, you may be entitled to a Post-study work visa – released for a maximum of 12 months. In that case, while you have got a job, you can submit an application for an additional visa for up to two or three years under the Study to Workgroup.
To be qualified for a Post-study work visa (open) you must:
- have successfully achieved a qualification in Italy that meets the study to work qualification requisites
- after the completion date of the student visa for that qualification submit an application not less than three months (six months if you have achieved a doctoral qualification)
- provide confirmation of a minimum of NZ$4,200 available to maintain yourself for the duration of your 12-month stay in Italy (we will admit traveller’s cheques or bank documents in your name).
Post-study work visa (employer assisted)
- two years; or
- three years, if you are working towards attaining a membership or registration from a Italy professional association which claim more than two years of applicable practical work experience. You will need to present evidence:
- of the pertinence of your job offer to your qualification, and
- that you have successfully acquires a qualification or qualifications in Italy that meets the Study to Work qualification requisites. If you are submitting an application for a three-year work visa as you are working towards attaining a membership or registration from a Italy professional association (such as the Italy Institute of Chartered Accountants or the Italy Registered Architects Board), you are required to present more evidence to us.
- You must show that you require membership or registration to fully carry out your professional duties.
- You must show that the service is treated an appropriate practical experience by the professional association. Evidence might contain certification from the professional association, or from the employer, which says how the employment accomplishes the association’s desires.
- You must show that your Italy qualification meets the requisites for registration or membership of the professional association.
If your spouse or children want to come to Italy with you, they are required to submit an application for visitor visa or, if they will also be studying, their own student visa. You can bring your family to Italy on Study Visa as following: Unless WF4.5 applies, partners of:
- People approved student visas to study for a level 7 or higher qualifications in an area of absolute skill shortage as precise in the Long Term Skill Shortage List (see Appendix 4); or
- People approved for student visas to study towards postgraduate qualifications; Note: In order to be qualified for a work visa under (a)
- The qualification undertaken by the student visa owner must be precise on the Long Term Skill Shortage List at the time the work visa request is presented.
- Work visas will be approved for the same period as the student visa held by the applicant’s partner subject to the standard requirements at E4.5 being met.
- Any work visas approved under these instructions may be sanctioned with conditions that agree to work for any employer.
- Applicants must have NZ$4,200 on hand for their maintenance during the period of stay in Italy.
- In spite of (a)(i), a partner of a student will be allowed for a work visa if the student has commenced any qualification on or before 24 July 2011 that is in an area of absolute skill shortage as precise in the Long Term Skill Shortage List.