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Σπουδές στην Ιταλία

 

Σπουδές στην Ιταλία

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The Italian higher education system is divided into two large sectors: the University sector and the Higher Education for Fine Arts, Music and Dance sector (AFAM).

 

UNIVERSITY INSTITUTIONS

Public universities
Technical Universities (Politecnici): concentrated in the subject fields of Engineering and Architecture.
Universities for Foreigners (Università per Stranieri di Perugia & Università per Stranieri di Siena): specialized in teaching and research for the diffusion of the Italian language, literature and culture.
Legally recognised non-public universities: The degrees awarded by non-State universities legally recognized by the State have the same legal value as those of State universities.
Higher Schools (Scuole Superiori): specialized in postgraduate university studies and scientific research.
Telematic Universities (Università telematiche): non-State universities specialized in e-learning.

HIGHER EDUCATION FOR FINE ARTS, MUSIC AND DANCE (AFAM) INSTITUTES
Academies of fine arts (“Accademie di belle arti”): higher institutes of applied arts.
Higher institutes for Artistic Industries, ISIA (“Istituti superiori per le industrie artistiche”): state institutes offering a specific training in the design field (Faenza, Rome, Florence and Urbino).
National Academy of Drama (“Accademia nazionale di arte drammatica”), in Rome.
Conservatoires (“Conservatori di musica”): higher institutes aimed at the teaching of music.
National Dance Academy (“Accademia nazionale di danza”), in Rome.

RECOGNITION OF ITALIAN UNIVERSITY DEGREES
All Italian degree certifications issued by state and state/recognized universities and institutions are acknowledged by Kysats (Council of Recognition of Higher Qualifications of Cyprus).

QUALIFICATIONS OF THE ITALIAN UNIVERSITY SYSTEM / DEGREE PROGRAMMES
Since 1999, the Italian university system have been reformed so as to meet the objectives of the "Bologna Process" and is now organised in 3 cycles:
First cycle
- “Laurea” (3 year duration -180 credits/ ECTS)
Second cycle
- “Laurea Magistrale” (2 year duration / 120 credits - ECTS)
- “Laurea Magistrale a ciclo unico” (5 or 6 years duration / 300 to 360 ECTS) (Medicine and Surgery, Veterinary, Odontoiatry and dental prosthetics, Pharmaceutical studies, Architecture, Law)
- “Master universitario di primo livello” (1st Level Master) (1 year duration / 60 ECTS)
Third cycle
- “Dottorato di ricerca” (PhD)
- “Diploma di Specializzazione” (specialization diploma)
- “Master universitario di secondo livello” (2nd Level Master)


Ιστοσελίδες με χρήσιμες πληροφορίες για τις σπουδές στην Ιταλία

Official portal for higher education in Italy, designed to accompany prospective students in their future studies with a comprehensive source of accurate and up to date information.
www.universitaly.it/

Information and advice on Italian higher education and on qualifications recognition:
www.cimea.it

Collection of useful links on studying in Italy:
www.enic-naric.net/italy.aspx

Για περισσότερες πληροφορίες επικοινωνήστε μαζί μας στη διεύθυνση: nicosia.culturale@esteri.it 


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