Foreigners are citizens of any Country that is not member of the European Union and the European Economic Area (EEA).
For long stays (above 90 days) for whatever purpose all foreigners are required to hold a VISA, even if they are citizens of countries, which do not require transit or short-stays Visas.
So students, coming from non-EU Countries and intending to study at IED Milan (for a period longer than 90 days), need a VISA for STUDY, application for which can be made at the Italian Diplomatic and Consular Representations in the country of residence.
List of Italian Embassies and Consulates in the world and details about the documents required to apply for the visa are available in the official Ministry of Foreign Affairs website at the following LINK
Students, who enter Italy with a Visa for Tourism, cannot study at IED.
Students must receive, along with the Visa, a copy of IED Certificate of enrolment stamped by the Italian Embassy.
If, for any reason, the visa is not granted, students can ask for the reimbursement of the enrolment fee, providing IED with the official letter issued by the Italian Embasy or Consulate, where it is specified the reason why the visa has been refused.
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