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Estimated Study and Living Expenses in Italy for Pakistani Students 2020

costs of living in Italy for Pakistani students updated guide

The deep historical roots, delicious foods, rich culture, ancient sites and neoclassical architecture make it for popular country for tourists and study abroad aspirants. The Italian people and present day culture is greatly inspired by ancient literature, arts, science and technology and philosophy which is running through one generation to other and is preserved since centuries. Italy has strong economy which is ranked 8th largest in the world, well esteemed tertiary education system with distinctive professional and polytechnic specialized universities, facilitating healthcare system and diverse climate. The study abroad years spent in Italy will be clinching of personal growth, acquiring enriching knowledge, exploration of European history, immersing into diverse culture, embracing broad outlook, attaining globally recognized degree and building self- efficacy for future endeavors.

 

Study Expenses in Italy for Foreign Students 2020

The Italian higher education institutes are divided into private and public universities. The tuition fee in public universities of Italy is less costly than private universities. The tuition fee will also be different for each study programme and academic level. The EU nationals have to pay a limited amount of tuition fee in Italy whereas third country nationals and Non-EU nationals have to pay a higher amount of tuition fee. But overall tuition fee in Italy is very affordable as compared to other European states and despite that fact that Italian universities are highly ranked and considered one of the best in the world because of excellent curriculum design and teaching methodologies. The international students living on the basis of Italian student visa in Italy are allowed to work part time which will aid them in earning some amount to support their living expenses.

 

Tuition Fee for Under Graduate Study Programme in Italy 2020 for Pakistani Students:

  • Bachelor Interior Design of Three years Duration: 12290 Euros per Year

  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) of Four Years Duration: 12819 Euros per Year

  • Bachelor of Law of Four Years Duration: 12819 Euros per Year

  • Accounting and Finance BSc (Hons) of 3-4 Years Duration: 13,100 Euros per Year

  • Biomedical Science with Foundation Year BSc (Hons) of 4 Years Duration: 13,100 Euros per Year

 

Tuition Fee for Post Graduate (Masters) Study Programme in Italy 2020 for Pakistani Students:

  • Accounting and Finance MSc of 2 Years Duration: 11,900 Euros per Year

  • Computer Games Development (Art) MA of 1 Year Duration: 12,700 Euros per Year

  • Computer Science MSc of 12 to 15 Months Duration: 11,000 Euros per Year

  • Creative Writing and Publishing MA of 12 to 15 Months Duration: 11,100 per Year

  • Educational Leadership and Management MBA of 2 to 3 Years Duration: 4,500 Euros per Year

  • Electronic and Electrical Engineering MSc of 12 to 15 Months Duration: 11,700 Euros per Year

 

Tuition fee for Post Graduate (PhD) Study Programme in Italy 2020 for International Students:

The tuition fee for PhD study programme in Italy in public universities will range from 800 to 1000 Euros per year.

 

Living Expenses in Italy for Foreign Students 2020 

The living expenses in Italy for foreign students are reasonable but not as affordable. Especially cities like Rome, Florence and Milano host great number of international events, festivals and tourists each year because of which living there would be most expensive than the rest of the Italian cities. An average cost of 700 to 1,000 Euros per month is required for a foreign student to bear his/her accommodation, food, travel and entertainment expenses. The lifestyle and spending habits deeply impact monthly budget, you can save money if you are a moderate spender of money. The monthly living expenses estimated for living in a few most visited cities of Italy are as follows:

  • Rome: 900 to 1500 Euros per month

  • Milano: 900 to 1500 Euros per month

  • Bologna: 700 to 1200 Euros per month

  • Florence: 850 to 1300 Euros per month

 

Accommodation:

The major proportion of your monthly allowance will be spent on accommodation. The university provided accommodation is the apt and the cheapest cost option for foreign students.  Private accommodation cost will vary from location to location and based on facilities offered by landlords. But at any case you are likely to spend 300 to 400 Euros per month on accommodation in Italy. The types of accommodation in Italy for foreign students with monthly costs are as:

  • University Dorm Room: 250 to 300 Euros per month

  • 1 Bedroom Flat or Studio Apartment in Central City Area: 600 Euros per month

  • 1 Bedroom Flat or Studio Apartment outside Central City Area: 450 Euros per month

  • 3 Bedrooms Flat in Central City Area: 1,025 Euros per month

  • 3 Bedrooms Flat outside Central City Area: 750 Euros per month

Approximate Day to Day Living Expenses for a Student in Italy

 

Transports Expenditure

  • Electronic card for public transport bus or train: 10€ (first issue)

  • Monthly pass for students under age 26: 22€

  • Monthly pass for students over age 26: 35€

  • Single ride ticket in public transport bus or train: 1,50€

  • Daily ticket for public transport bus or train: 4,50€

 

Food

  • Lunch at cafes: 10€

  • McDonald’s menu: 6 - 9€

  • Dinner at restaurant: 30 - 50€

  • Basic menu meal in an inexpensive restaurant for one person: 15 Euros

  • Basic menu meal in mid-range restaurant for two persons: 50 Euros

  • Half liter water bottle: 0.99 Euros

  • 1 liter fresh milk bottle: 1.11 Euros

  • 1 loaf of fresh white bread: 1.55 Euros

  • 1 Kg white rice: 1.93 Euros

  • Dozen eggs: 2.61 Euros

  • 1 Kg local cheese: 1.93 Euros

  • 1 Kg boneless chicken breast meat: 8.27 Euros

  • 1 Kg beef round meat: 15.04 Euros

  • 1 Kg apples: 1.82 Euros

  • 1 Kg Bananas: 1.69 Euros

  • 1 kg oranges: 1.69 Euros

  • 1 Kg tomatoes: 1.91 Euros

  • 1 kg potatoes: 1.21 Euros

  • 1 kg onions: 1.27 Euros

 

Other Expenditures:

  • Utility bills including electricity, water, heating, gas: 145.25 Euros per month

  • Internet connection of 60 Mbps speed: 27.85 Euros per month

  • Fitness club membership for one person: 47.40 Euros per month

  • 1 cinema ticket of international movie new release: 8.00 Euros

 

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