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How do I enroll in a mechanical engineering program abroad in Politecnico di Torino, if I’m applying from Morocco?

You have to hurry up. The online admission portal is going to close for international applicants. Here is the process:Register yourself on Polito international admission portal.Create your account.Fill in all your personal plus academic information.In case if you are an international student which you are, you are supposed to have IELTS or English Proficiency certificate from your last institute that you attended.Wait for them to issue you the “Expression of Interest” letter. Which is something​ like temporary admission acceptance letter.Go to Italian embassy and apply for pre enrollment.That's it. You will have to appear for an interview and based on your interview they will give you the study Visa Type-D for 90 days.

What’s the weirdest, unforgettable experience you've had while traveling?

Thanks for the A2A.I've been fortunate enough to have quite a few interesting experiences while traveling, check out: Rishav Mishra's answer to International Travel: What are your top 10 experiences while travelling?I'd like to expand on the last point, of me losing my passport:So the year is 2010, I'm in Europe interning in University of Cagliari and have plans to go to Bucharest to watch Metallica live with another friend (Yes, I was a huge fan of Metallica back then) by booking tickets to Bucharest through RyanAir in advance. However, a week before we were supposed to leave, Spain had made it to the finals against Netherlands in the Football World Cup.I had to then choose between Barcelona and Bucharest and figured Barcelona would be the obvious choice: I wasn't going to miss the chance to witness the finals of the World Cup in one of the participating countries (that too Spain)- especially because India had no chance of making it anywhere close in the for-see-able future- Indians know what I am talking about!So with the spontaneity of typically young, inexperienced and testosterone-driven 20 year olds, I booked my ticket to Barcelona a day before the finals and didn't even bother booking any hostel rooms for my stay there (Yes, I was hoping for a Spanish win and an all-night party!).I met an Erasmus program friend of mine in Barcelona the minute I reached and she introduced me to a few of her friends and we proceeded to Razz-ma-tazz, the biggest nightclub there. After night-long festivities, I realized that some things were missing from my backpack. After some checking, I figured my camera and passport were missing (Luckily, my wallet and my phone was in my pocket!) and thought that the best thing to do under the circumstances was to report this to the police: Unfortunately people who've traveled to Spain would attest to the fact that language is a major issue there. The local police station refused to entertain my complaint and asked me to go to the airport instead. I went to the airport police station, and filed a report. (For the time I hadn't, I didn't have any personal identification with me except my Indian PAN Card, which was pretty much useless- I could've been put behind bars!). I went back to the city and called my dad and asked him to come online. I'll leave my parents' reaction for some other time.Usually people in this situation would've cancelled their plans, but I met up with a few people and witnessed the World Cup finals in Piazza Espanya, the major city-square in Barcelona with more than a 100,000 other Catalans. They went delirious after Spain's victory: Needless to say I decided to forget my plight for that night and enjoy:You can barely notice any stress on my face: Yes, I'd lost my passport a few hours back!Some arrangements were made and I had to go to Madrid to get my documents again. I stayed overnight in Madrid and had my passport made within a couple of hours from the Indian embassy. Though this wasn't the end of it: I had to go to the Italian embassy to get my Schengen visa, and was denied entry without an appointment by the officials there. After some convincing and getting the Indian consulate-general on the line, I was allowed inside and had to fill up a form and pay some cash. I had a hard time filling up the form as it was in Italian and Spanish (of course, no Ingles) and the banks shut at 2 pm(Siesta!). After another day of delays, I got my schengen visa just in time for my return flight to Cagliari which I'd booked from Madrid after I lost my passport.I reached Cagliari though my sole luggage found itself in Prague: EasyAir was apparently less reliable than RyanAir. My flight back to India was the next morning and I had to say goodbye to my professor and friends. I had no time to sleep: I'd slept less than 8 hours in the past 4 days!I returned the laptop and other accessories to the University, and treated some of my Italian friends to good ol' delicious pizza. Luckily, my baggage was mailed to my hostel from the airport and I found it lying in the reception when I returned. I could barely wake up in time for my flight back to India: Europe was offering me quite an eventful farewell!So: Losing my passport in Barcelona, sleeping <10 hours in 5 days, going to Barcelona's biggest night-club and witnessing the world cup finals in the winning country, all at the same time: I hope this is weird enough for you!

Is it hard to apply for a student visa in Italy?

Getting a Schengen visa is not so easy you have to work on your document and if you apply for the student Italian visa need to follow some basic step-How to apply for Italy Student VisaApplications for student visas from Italy to India can be made by filling the offline application form. You must submit an application at one of the Italian appointed Visa Application Centers (VFS)Download the Italy Student Visa Application Form offline from the VFS website.For Italy Schengen study visa you should use the Schengen application form. However, for the National Italy Study Visa, you have to fill the National Visa Application Form.Book an appointment for submission of application and biometric in a VFS under each mission according to the judicial sector (residency status in the last 6 months). You can do this online or by calling their number.To submit your application go to the relevant VFS with your documents, complete an application form, as well as any fees.Italy study visa is a support that allows you to enter the country and engage in educational activities for a fixed period. They can be classified into two types -Italy Schengen Student Visa - This category is under the short-term category and is issued for studies that last no longer than 90 days.What is Italy Student Visa- This is under the Permit D long term category, and is issued if you have to study in the country for a period of more than 90 days.However, since both of these permits allow you to travel through the Schengen area, they are both commonly called Schengen Italy student visas and can be issued as single-entry, double-entry, or multiple-entries.Basic document required -Visa application formTwo recent photos.valid passportRoundtrip reservation or itinerary/Proof of accommodation ( visit Flyinghelpline-com)Travel Health Insurance.Proof of financialThe processing time for Italy's short-stay visa can be up to 15 days. Nevertheless, this period can be extended up to 30 days according to your specific situation. In exceptional cases, it may take up to 60 days, as Italian embassies may have to consult with other Schengen consulates.

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