LIVING IN ITALY
There are about millions of student from China intended to study in Italy, while according to the figure given by the Italy embassy, actually merely thousand students are able to stand on Italy’s land, what’s the problem that stops them? This article will discuss some problems that may occur when studying in Italy.
1 - ITALIAN
Italian is an elegant language. It can be found not only in opera, but also in our daily life. The most common things we encounter are the names of coffee, such as macchiato or cappuccino. To study in Italy, language problems cannot be avoided. For us who have been learning English for many years, the same alphabet language Italian will inevitably be confused in pronunciation. But Italian has the same word order as Chinese, which is relatively easy to learn.
Therefore, for the students who are learning Italian, the most headache is verb conjugation. For example, in the English context we add s to the third person verb and Ed to the past tense; In Italian, six people say they are not the same as the original verb, and there are different rules to change.
For the language, we recommend the installation of "FANGGE words", which can be well used by students studying in Italy. Articles and words can be easily translated. Currently, MAC OS and IOS systems are supported. As an old-fashion editor, I will choose a reliable dictionary, a "green brick" Italian-Chinese dictionary compiled by Beijing foreign studies university.
2 - VISA
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Specifications are as follows: two sheets of 3.5cm x 4cm | white background
The passport must be signed and valid for at least 90 days after the visa expires
The original statement of the last 6 months is attached to the student's international credit card or savings card
Original employment certificates of both parents (company stamp, signature, salary income)
Other income of the family should provide relevant proof and tax receipt (e.g. house rental, etc.)
Note: please consult FRIDA for visa procedures and requirements for Italian students who have plans to study abroad (Marco Polo plan, turandot plan) and those who do not plan to study abroad (international students)