Though known as fashion’s mecca, Italian universities traditionally have been intellectually diverse. In fact, the world’s oldest extant university still stands tall at Bologna. Thanks to globalisation, Italian universities are now offering new courses in English in fields such as design, fashion technology, architecture and urban planning, bioinformatics and biotechnology, business administration and economics. Polytechnic of Turin and Milan, Universities of Bologna, Perugia and Venice have the maximum number of Indian students. Life in Italy is animated and eventful. “The country innately is stylish and it kind of rubs on to you,” says Surender Chauhan, who studied in Polytechnic of of Milan
Italy is still not in the horizon of Indian students and only a few hundreds of students are taking admission in the colleges/universities of Italy. Students are increasingly going on scholarships for subjects such as biotechnology and bioinformatics, besides specialised master’s courses in economics, engineering and science and technology. Most of them were in the Faculties of Architecture, Urban Planning and Engineering (Chemical, Civil, Systems Engineering). Only a few of them have received Italian government scholarships.
To make the country more attractive to students, the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs offered scholarships under the Cultural Exchange Programme to aspiring young Indian students in the fields of biotechnology, economics and management, fashion technology, environment and Italian language and culture (1 each of 700 euros/month for a year). The cost of living depends on the town. In Milan, for instance, the costs are very high, but with a scholarship of 700 euros a student can afford it.
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Source: Italian Embassy Cultural Centre in India
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I would suggest that you first decide the university where you want to pursue your PHD in art history, study about its fees structure, prospects etc.
Then you contact the college by mail as colleges abroad are very responsive. Ech college has a separate application criteria for PDH students therefore you'll have to apply individually.
As for scholarship, they have scholars programs were you submit your application along with a few other details like family background etc which are required. Then they will shortlist people for scholarship after considering their applications and most probably will take an interview too.
But if your application is so good, sometimes the university offers good scholarships without filling any form also as they want to come and study in their university.
I have mentioned some of the institute name which is best for pursue master in computer science in europe,
University of Cambridge
University of Oxford
ETH Zurich – Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Imperial College London
The University of Edinburgh
Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)
University College London
Technical University of Munich
Lomonosov Moscow State University
These are the following universities Milan, Italy that offer the course
1. Raffles Milan - International Fashion and Design School
2. IED – Istituto Europeo di Design Milan
3. ISAD - Istituto Superiore di Architettura e Design
4. NABA, Milan
Yes, it is possible to do M.Arch. in India. But, there are only few colleges who provide this option and also you will get only two or three streams under M.Arch which are related to civil engineering like urban planning and development. But in abroad as they provide interdisciplinary courses so you have better options and scope.
There are lots of Universities in Italy for designing so you have to be more specific about the university.
Here I'm telling you about Florence institute of design international, university in Florence,
For financial aid you have to submit your 10 projects( no group projects), and your portfolio.
You have to clear your English tests also and have to submit everything before the starting of academic session.(usually before 90 days).
For admission you have to check for the release of admission forms regularly, after you get selected you can apply for visa and also for financial aid( scholarship).
You will get atleast 25% financial aid.
For most of the Universities same rules apply so you can try for different universities.
I hope it helps
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