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  • Italy
    Living in Europe | Access to the culture of the host country/language courses

    Italy is a republic since June, 2nd 1946, and it is a capitalist economy with high gross domestic product (GDP) per capital and developed infrastructure. It has the fifth-highest population density in Europe - about 200 people per square kilometer (490 per square mile). Minority groups are present...


  • Italy
    Living in Europe | Accommodation

    In Italy there are different housing options, from individual/shared apartments to single/double rooms. Availability and costs vary considerably depending on the city, the location and the facilities provided. It is recommended to start looking for an accommodation 2/3 months before the arrival...


  • Italy
    Living in Europe | Access to the culture of the host country/language courses

    Italiano is the official language in Italy, and it is spoken by the majority of its inhabitants, including those of San Marino Republic and of the Vatican. Dialects are spoken at regional and local level. Italian is the official language for all administrative formalities. Therefore if you are...


  • Italy
    Living in Europe | Access to the culture of the host country/language courses, Banking

    Here follows some information about Italy and about practical formalities required when settling down in a new country such as applying for tax code, opening a bank account, etc. General information Time Italy is covered by the Central European Time Zone (CET), 1 hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time...


  • Italy
    Living in Europe | Day care, schooling & family related issues

    Schooling is compulsory up to the age of 16 and it comprises both public or state-run schools (scuole pubbliche / statali), private schools (scuole private paritarie, non paritarie, scuole straniere) and international schools awarding IB Diplomas (International Baccalaureate). The Italian Education...


  • Italy
    Living in Europe, Working in Europe | Entry conditions/visas

    Formalities may change according to your nationality, the reason of your travel (study, work, tourism etc.), the length of stay (more or less than 90 days) and your country of origin or residence. For information and to get support please ask your hosting organization or the nearest EURAXESS Centre...


  • Italy
    Living in Europe | Day care, schooling & family related issues

    Discover how your family could join you in Italy, the benefits and support dedicated to parents and children. For information and to get support on family issues contact your host organization or the nearest EURAXESS Centre. For general information visit the European Commission website: Your Europe...


  • Italy
    Working in Europe, Leaving Europe | Research funding opportunities

    Get to know more about mobility funding programmes at European level: Horizon Europe Marie-Sklodowska Curie Actions ERC – European Research Council COST – European cooperation in science & technology


  • Italy
    Living in Europe | Health insurance, Medical care

    Health insurance is compulsory in Italy. Everyone, regardless of citizenship and duration of the stay, must hold a valid health insurance when visiting Italy or living/working there to protect them in case of sickness, accident, hospitalisation and pregnancy for the duration of the stay. For more...