Italy has a bicameral Parliament, composed of the Senate (Senato della Repubblica) or upper House, and the Chamber of Deputies (Camera dei Deputati). Elections are held every five years.
The country's main economic sectors are tourism, fashion, engineering, chemicals, auto and food. The northern regions are among the richest per capita in Europe.
After being the center of the vast Roman Empire, a vast archaeological legacy, cultural and literary, Italy was the cradle of medieval humanism and the Renaissance, which contributed to forge political thought, philosophy and art via figures like Machiavelli, Dante, Leonardo and Galileo European.
Italian cuisine is one of the most refined and varied in Europe, from tasty Neapolitan and Calabrian recipes to preparations based on salsapesto of Liguria, passing through the dishes of cheese and rice (risotto) cisalpinas regions.
Do you learn Italian?
It is one of the most used languages: is the ninth language in the classification of the most used on the Internet. It is spoken by 60 million Italians and also, in some regions of Switzerland, Croatia, San Marino, the Vatican and Slovenia.
- Italy has recognized world-wide and high-quality institutions
- It offers unique cultural and historical destinations
- Traditions allow students to experience second to none
- It allows various urban activities and outdoor
Cities in which you can study:
Largest number of UNESCO monuments
European cultural and historical destiny
Easy access to higher education