Study visa for Rome: How to obtain it through the Clidante School
Are you a foreigner and want to get a study visa in Rome? Would you like to learn Italian in Rome? The process for obtaining a study visa in Rome requires a series of bureaucratic steps that possibly could be a bit discouraging, but if you have a true desire to learn the Italian language, we’ll give you a few tips on how to move forward. What to do then? There’s an immediate solution called The Clidante School. Yes, because our school, other than being one of the most renowned of Italian schools for foreigners, offers its students all the necessary help to brave the bureaucratic process of obtaining the infamous visa.
So let’s look at the procedure proposed by the Clidante School to obtain a visa for study purposes. First of all, it is essential to have the certification of enrollment in Italian language courses, which the Clidante School releases to students upon request. To obtain this certification, therefore, the student must complete a registration form at the school – signing a course of study of Italian – and complete it with a photocopy of a valid passport. The useful certification for the issuing of the visa for study purposes Rome, provided by the Clidante School consists of: certificate of registration, certification of ministerial authorization and, where necessary, insurance INA Assitalia.
All documentation, will be sent by the School to the address indicated by the student. Thanks to the authorization of the Ministry of Education and Scientific Research, the Clidante School can therefore help foreign students to obtain a visa for study purposes in Italy. Once the procedure is completed, the student can get in touch with the school administration to establish the payment of tuition fees and to request a search for accommodation in Rome if needed. And after obtaining a visa for study purposes in Rome, the student can finally begin attending Italian language courses in Rome at the Clidante School.
These courses have been thought up to offer the student the top in terms of teaching. Thanks to a learning method of the Italian that takes into account some fundamental parameters, such as the student’s mother tongue, their time able to be devoted to the study of Italian, their personality, and in general all the contingent characteristics relevant to the student. In this way, the Clidante School can guarantee the learning of the Italian language in a time that varies from six months to two years.