Foreign News: Taxless Students

The Italian Government has lifted the embargo on education. Henceforth foreign students can attend all public educational institutions free of all fees or super-taxes.

Dr. Aldo Sorani in II Secolo, Milan journal, wrote bitterly regretting the palmy days of Italian universities, in which those of Padua and Bologna used to attract the students of the world.

It is now hoped that the removal of taxes on foreign students will help to disseminate Italian culture by inducing foreigners to study in Italy.


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