Uni-Italia India "Virtual Italian Days on Higher Education" 2020


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Uni-Italia India "Virtual Italian Days on Higher Education" 2020

21 december 2020
In consideration of the Covid-19 pandemic and the following international restrictions, Uni-Italia launched "Virtual Italian Days on Higher Education” (VIDOHE), a virtual education Event adressed to students from Vietnam, Iran, Indonesia, South Korea and India.

For VIDOHE, Uni - Italia concectualized a platform that serves as a direct link with all international students interested in studying in Italy.
During the Event, the platform allowed students to interact directly with the representatives of Italian universities and academies and to achieve all relevant information and opportunites related to the Italian Higher Education System.
 
VIDOHE India was held on 17th-19th December 2020, the first event of its kind entirely dedicated to studying in Italy and accessable to all indian students.
18 prestigioius universities and academies participated: University of Milan, Università del Salento, Università di Pisa, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Università degli Studi di Messina, Università di Genova, Università di Pavia, Bocconi University, IULM, Università degli Studi di Trento, Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia Università degli Studi di Brescia, IUAV, Rome Academy of Fine Arts - RUFA, Istituto Marangoni, Accademia di Belle Arti Fidia, NABA.
 
For the Event, Uni-Italia India, in collaboration with the Italian diplomatic mission in the Country, involved leading representatives of the Italian System in India who shared insights based on their professional experience focusing on the numerous key factors which determine the strength of Italy as a Study destination.
 
The Ambassador of Italy to India, Mr. Vincenzo De Luca, inaugurated the event through a welcome speech, the Consul General of Italy in Mumbai, Ms. Stefania Costanza, explained the procedure and the requirements to obtain a Study Visa to Italy, the Head of Uni-Italia India, Ms. Federica Giove, welcomed the event and summarized the reasons which make Italy a fruitful option as a study destination Country.
The Scientific Attaché of the Embassy of Italy in India, Mr. Massimo Spadoni, focused on the Italian potential in the field of Research & Innovation, the Head of the Economic Department of the Embassy of Italy in India, Mr. Alessandro De Masi, highlighted Italy & India Economic Cooperation and the General Manager of the Italian Trade Agency of New Delhi, Mr Alessandro Libratori, welcomed the event as a great chance for students to discover the opportunities offered by Italian academic institutions.