To schedule an appointment with the Italian Embassy or Consulate for a study visa, you will likely need to provide the following information and documents:
- A completed visa application form: This can typically be found on the Embassy or Consulate’s website and should be filled out completely and accurately.
- A valid passport: The passport should be valid for at least 3 months beyond the intended stay in Italy and have at least two blank pages.
- Two passport-sized photographs: These should be taken against a white background and meet the specific requirements outlined by the Embassy or Consulate.
- Proof of acceptance into an Italian institution: You will need to provide a letter of acceptance or enrollment from the Italian school, university, or language school you will be attending.
- Proof of sufficient financial means: You will need to provide evidence that you have enough money to cover your living expenses during your stay in Italy. This can include bank statements, sponsorship letters, or other financial documents.
- Proof of health insurance: You will need to provide proof of valid health insurance that covers you during your stay in Italy.
- Proof of accommodation: You will need to provide proof of where you will be staying in Italy, such as a lease agreement or a letter from a host family.
- Application fee: You will need to pay the application fee for the visa at the time of the appointment.
It’s important to note that the requirements may vary depending on the Embassy or Consulate, so it’s best to check the specific requirements on their website or by contacting them directly before your appointment.