Thursday, 2 April 2015

Study In Italy


Only the entry visa issued in Italy for study purposes is valid for enrollment in courses of study at the Italian institutions of higher education (IS). We do not accept any other type of visa.

If, because of non-EU nationals, still reside abroad and wish to enroll on a course of IS in Italy, you have therefore managed contact the competent Italian diplomatic mission to make you release the passport for a visa for study, said succinctly study visa .

The competent Italian diplomatic missions (embassies, consulates) are the authorities not only to verify whether the candidates meet the requirements necessary to obtain a student visa, but also to receive their applications for pre-registration, and forward them to the individual Italian institutions of IS.


The study visa will be issued only upon demonstration that you:

in Italy you have to adequate housing;
possess sufficient financial resources to keep you (go to means of livelihood);
you are entitled to health care in Italy (go to Health Insurance).
you have the amount of money required to return to your country, or you have already purchased a valid return ticket.


While waiting for appropriate action in the context of specific agreements between Italy and Croatia, the Croatian students commuters may be entered without their obligation to apply for a residence permit, but only on presentation of an entry visa (possibly a visa to multiple inputs) .
The same rule (see point A above) also applies to foreign students who are legally resident in the Republic of San Marino.

Blood Circulation


The circulatory system or cardiovascular is the set of organs responsible for the transport of various fluids - such as blood and, in a more general, the sap - who have the primary task to make the necessary nutrients for the body's cells their livelihood.

In the human being and in all vertebrates, the heart is the body and blood of the engine is the central element of the apparatus, which also includes the blood vessels (arteries and veins) and lymphatic vessels.

Closely related to the circulatory organs are then hematopoietic and lymphoid organs, which are responsible for the continuous production of formed elements in the blood and lymph.

In the different groups of multicellular animals circulation ensures the survival of the organism and the metabolism of every cell of the body, provides chemicals and maintains the physiological properties. The blood carries oxygen from the lungs to the cells and carbon dioxide in the opposite direction (see also breathing).

From the digestive processes that occur in the digestive system, derived nutrients such as lipids, sugars and proteins that are transported in each tissue, there used and, if necessary, can be further modified or conserved. The substances that remain from the metabolism, also referred to as waste products or catabolites (for example, urea and uric acid), are then eliminated from other tissues or organs (such as the kidneys and the colon).

The blood also carries the chemical messengers such as hormones, cells of the immune system and the components of blood clotting in the body.