Study in Italy



EDUITALIA is an Association of more than 80 Italian Schools and Universities that offers courses to foreign students all over the year.

In 2017 the Embassy of Italy in Washington D.C. and Eduitalia  have partnered to offer to AP students 23 scholarships aimed to promote Italian language and culture in the U.S.

The Association offers students worldwide a vast selection of course offerings available in some of Italy’s most beautiful cities.

Their mission is to emphasize and disseminate overseas the courses available in Italian Schools and Universities.

EDUITALIA contributes to stimulating cultural tourism, as well as facilitating the arrival of students in Italy, dedicating itself to:

• Allowing the possibility of Schools and Universities to increase the number of foreign student attendance

• Promoting “Made in Italy” at main international events and fairs

• Guaranteeing assistance towards the foreign student

• Sensitizing institutions towards the culture industry

• Favoring quality information that is constantly updated





Association of  American College and University Programs in Italy


AACUPI official website



Associazione delle scuole di italiano come lingua seconda


Association of Schools of Italian as a Second Language

Since 1991 A.S.I.L.S. (Association of Schools of Italian as a Second Language), with n. 40 member schools well-represented in 10 various regions of Italy, which welcome a total of around 28,000 students a year, is designed to guarantee the quality of instruction and professional level of services
offered to students, interested in studying Italian in Italy.

A.S.I.L.S.: Quality Guaranteed

ASILS has brought together the top private Italian language schools and cultural centres in Italy. The attention ASILS pays to training and education on multilingualism has the purpose of promoting the Italian language as a means of professional and cultural mobility and as a driving force for tourism in Italy. For many years ASILS has worked on building good relationships with Italian and international institutions and with all the players in the “Sistema Italia” with the aim of establishing a constructive dialogue which helps break down bureaucratic barriers.
It also aspires to introduce a national quality assurance system which is so vital for the prestige of the Italian language and culture worldwide. Schools wanting to join ASILS have to meet strict quality requirements.

ASILS website