University of Milan: Profile
The University of Milan is a research-intensive university offering high-quality teaching at all levels in a broad spectrum of fields.
It is the only Italian university among the 21 members of LERU (League of European Research Universities). It regularly ranks at the highest positions among Italian universities in International rankings.
It offers 65 Bachelor programmes, 54 Master programmes and 31 Doctoral programmes, with a total amount of more than 60.000 students.
Faculty of Political, Economic and Social Sciences main courtyard
Studying in Milan
Studying at the University of Milan and living in this city is an exciting experience.
Milan – which will host the Expo 2015 – is known throughout the world for fashion, design, publishing, theatre, music, food and its international trade fairs. It is also an extremely lively city, which offers great cultural opportunities, as well as the best in sports and leisure.
L.I.T.A. – Laboratorio interdisciplinare di tecnologie avanzate
The University offers a multidisciplinary educational programme, which focuses primarily on four areas:
• Economics, Law and Social Sciences
• Medicine and Healthcare
Some of our degree courses are partially or entirely taught in English.
Students in a laboratory
Degree programmes are entirely in English
• Politics and Economics (3 years)
(Curriculum of the BA in Political Sciences)
Master and Single-cycle programmes
• Economics and Political Science (2 years)
• Economics and Finance (2 years)
• Environmental and Food Economics (2 years)
• Industrial Chemistry (2 years)
• Management of Human Resources and Labour studies (2 years)
• International Medical School (Single-cycle -6 years)
The University of Milan plays a major role in promoting sciences at an international level. With its consistent commitment to both basic and applied research, our University is a leader in research and scientific productivity.
With a proactive role in a number of network in science, medicine, economics, political and social sciences, it is involved in national and international research programmes and also collaborates with other scientific institutions. The University of Milan has also strengthened its efforts to promote technology transfer, a growth area offering exciting new changes and challenges.
Università degli studi di Milano
Via Festa del Perdono 7 - 20122 Milano,
Tel: +39 02503 111