Why Study in Italy
Italy has so much to offer, making it extremely difficult to think where to start from. Apart from being a popular tourist destination, Italy is one of the most common places that welcome numerous students from around the world. Here are few reasons that why study in Italy.
Along with its famous cities, Italy also has one of the most beautiful scenic landscapes in the world. The Tuscan vineyards, Northern lakes, and Southern beaches are the perfect escapes from the city crowds, and are good places to wind down from your studies.
Italy has the best weather that is suitable for everyone who is visiting from around the world. You will always experience beautiful blue skies along with a warmer climate as compared to its Northern neighbour. If you are bored about studying in one room, then simply take a walk and enjoy the wonderful sunshine, which will refresh you all over again and will even make your mood lighter.
Compared to other countries in the southern part of Europe, life in Italy starts and ends late in the evening. At 8 p.m. the streets are full of life, and sometimes this is the time when life just begins. In an Italian university city, going for a walk at 9 or 10 p.m., especially in spring-summer-fall, makes you feel ‘in good company’, always surrounded by people.
Needless to say, Italy has amazing food and wine throughout the country and often at a reasonable price. Fresh in season and local produce dominate the menus and even the cheapest wine is better than wines elsewhere. Those who study high school abroad in Italy will never go hungry or leave unsatisfied.
Italy is also best known for its coffee and wines, and they don’t disappoint. Start off your morning with a cup of cappuccino in one of Italy’s many cafés before class, or make time for a trip to the Chianti region in Tuscany for some classic wine tasting.
Sometimes it’s easy for high school students to forget that there is “study” involved in studying abroad in high school. Aside from its aesthetics and culinary marvels, Italy also offers some of the oldest universities in the world and is the founder of the Bologna process (the standard in higher education in Europe and a growing in influence). Providing high-quality education is another area in which Italy has earned its sense of pride.
Not being welcomed by the locals can really make you feel all alone that can shatter your confidence level but it is certainly not the case with Italians. Getting a chance to study in Italy should always be considered no less than a blessing. Italians have a wonderful, friendly nature that will always make you extremely comfortable and never alone while being away from your home.