‘Study abroad’ in Italy: How much money is it?

The cost of a three-month study abroad in Italy has been revealed, according to a study conducted by the Italian Institute of International Studies (ILIS).

The study, which looked at the cost of study abroad at Italian universities between January 2018 and July 2019, revealed that the cost to Italy of a one-year study abroad programme was around $1,500.

However, the cost in comparison to other European countries was far higher.

The report revealed that Italy spends $4,800 per year on study abroad programs compared to $2,000 for the United States, according the International Institute for Strategic Studies.

Study abroad costs also vary greatly from one region to another.

In Italy, for example, a one year study abroad program costs $1.25 million per student.

For example, in the region of Sicily, a two-year programme is available to students at the University of Rome, while in the area of the northern region of Puglia, a three year study is available.

Italy’s universities spend an average of $2.75 million on their study abroad programmes per year, according ILIS.

It is important to note that these figures do not include costs associated with the provision of accommodation and other costs associated the student staying in Italy.

ILIS also noted that the costs vary considerably from institution to institution, which could also lead to the number of students who are studying abroad rising in the coming years.

According to ILIS, the number one reason for study abroad is to gain practical experience in the international field.

“For many international students, the main reason for studying abroad is the opportunity to further their education in the EU and beyond.

The study abroad market is also an opportunity for students to obtain new experience and to gain an understanding of different countries and cultures.

But it is important that these opportunities are balanced with the importance of the students’ professional development in their home country.

Students can also benefit from opportunities to earn extra income and contribute to the country’s economy,” the ILIS report stated.

While studying abroad in a foreign country is a great opportunity, there are also a number of disadvantages to studying abroad, including the fact that there are no jobs available in Italy, and that students must live and study in Italy to earn an income.

Another disadvantage is that it takes a lot of time to get a visa to study abroad.

While this is understandable in a country like Italy where there are relatively few jobs, it is difficult for many students to find an international job as their study is not recognized as a degree by the Ministry of Employment.

As the ILISA report points out, the problem is compounded by the fact the average cost of living in Italy is higher than other European nations.

Although it is the case that the Italian economy is relatively young, many students do not have the skills to earn a living outside of Italy.