Uni-Italia breaks the wall: now studying in Italy is easier

by Jun 17, 2023MSc-TEAM news0 comments


Uni-Italia is an esteemed organization specializing in facilitating the internationalization of Italian universities. It is a vital link between numerous Italian universities and the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It creates a seamless network that greatly benefits non-EU students seeking academic opportunities in Italy. The University of Naples Federico II recently joined this esteemed network, cementing its reputation as a premier educational institution.
Uni-Italia operates on a global scale, with a particular focus on its operations in India, Indonesia, Colombia, China, Iran, and Vietnam. International students can avail of various services at different stages of their application process. While these services may require payment, the cost is reasonable and well worth it. With Uni-Italia’s expert guidance and support, students can significantly minimize the risk of being deceived by unscrupulous local agencies and intermediaries. The chances for a hassle-free and smooth application process are maximized. The commitment to providing helpful, fair, and safe support to international students is second to none. This makes of Uni-Italia the ideal partner for any student embarking on an academic journey abroad. The staff’s experience and knowledge of local and international procedures ensure a smooth enrollment process, including handling bureaucratic issues.

The University of Naples Federico II has taken a commendable initiative to strengthen its ties with Indian offices of the network. In India, Uni-Italia operates through its main office in Mumbai and another one in New Delhi. Several services are available here, as outlined in its Mumbai and New Delhi brochures. Different support services can be tailored to meet the specific needs of the students. It includes assisting with pre-enrollment applications, filling out the Declaration of Value (DoV) applications, legalizing documents for scholarship applications, translating study documents into Italian, and offering guidance with the Study Visa Application. Upon attaining the pre-admission letter from UniversItaly, students can utilize their guidance to apply for a Study Visa. Moreover, Indian students interested in studying in Italy can access a list of required documents to obtain a visa from the Italian embassy or consulate. This list can be availed once they complete the pre-enrollment process and the Application Resume is submitted via the UniversItaly portal.

Uni-Italia Centres are committed to providing comprehensive assistance to foreign students in their home countries. They strive to guide students toward selecting a course of study that aligns with their interests and career goals. The professional and knowledgeable staff is equipped to provide students with critical information about the Italian Higher Education System. This includes detailed explanations of the different study cycles, available courses at universities and academies, and enrollment procedures. Uni-Italia offices also offer invaluable guidance to students regarding scholarships and aid grants from various educational institutions, the Agency for the Right to Education, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation. Students will receive all the necessary information to make informed decisions about their academic and financial futures. In addition to academic support, the Centres offer guidance on social, educational, and cultural aspects of life in Italy. They are dedicated to helping students navigate bureaucratic procedures, such as obtaining VISAs and contacting University Offices and Public Administration. Qualified personnel can arrange informational meetings for students and offer direct assistance through office visits, mail, telephone, or social media. Centers are conveniently located within Consulate offices in students’ home countries. This ensures that students can easily access the assistance they need. Furthermore, a hotline and mailing services are available to assist students with daily issues. With the support of Uni-Italia Centres, foreign students can embark on their academic journeys in Italy with confidence and peace of mind.

E-mail support for International Studentsstudent@uni-italia.it

About Cino Bifulco
Cino Bifulco is a Faculty Member of the University of Naples Federico II. On behalf of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport, he contributed to drafting the national guidelines for the digital transformation of road infrastructure (Smart Road). On behalf of the Ministry of Infrastructures and Transport, he participated in the drafting of the European Commission's Strategic Transport Research Agenda on the topic of connected and automated transport. The Ministry of University and Research appointed him to the working group to draft the National Research Plan 2021-2027. He is a member of the European Commission's Group E01941 on Intelligent Transport Systems (Cooperative - ITS subgroup) and a member of the National Technical Committee "Autonomous and Connected Driving" of the AIPCR (Permanent International Association of Road Congresses) - World Association. Cino is the Director of the Study Program in Transportation Engineering and Mobility.


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