Going to school in Italy

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Going to school in Italy

Postby belmoro19 » 14 Feb 2012, 04:29

Hello all,
Just a random question that I would like to ask. I am a senior at a Florida university and also recently was granted my italian citizenship. I am looking to do a semester abroad in Italy and was wondering how I go about doing this. Not sure if I would apply as an American or Italian and financially, would I pay tuition as an Italian or American. I hope that makes sense. Any suggestions or information very much appreciated.
Mille grazie
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Re: Going to school in Italy

Postby kontessa » 14 Feb 2012, 10:46

Recommend you post that same question on expatsinitaly.com. Good luck!
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Re: Going to school in Italy

Postby jennabet » 14 Feb 2012, 17:11

You would be enrolled as an Italian citizen and your tuition requirements (if any) would be the same as any other Italian citizen.
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