University of Milan
University of Milan is welcoming students, parents, educators and partners on our WORLD EXPO – Study in Italy Online Fair 24 – 25 March, 2021!
The University of Milan possesses an important artistic and cultural heritage that includes important historic buildings, inherited and acquired collections, archives, botanical gardens, and the old Brera Astronomical Observatory commissioned by Maria Theresa of Austria. The University’s departments are housed in important historic buildings in the center of Milan and in modern buildings in the area known as Città Studi (City of Studies). Among the palazzos that house the University’s facilities are the old “Ca’ Granda” (“the big house”), a monumental complex from the 15th century in the heart of the historical city center; the 18th-century Palazzo Greppi designed by Giuseppe Piermarini (architect of La Scala in Milan) and the 17th-century Sant’Alessandro College commissioned by the Arcimboldi family.
The book collection, which is one of the richest in the region, is preserved in 47 libraries, while the APICE Centre collects rare and valuable book stocks and archives.
The total university surface area is about 500,000 m2 (5,400,000 sq. ft.), comprising 356 classrooms with approximately 27,382 seats, 203 teaching and computer laboratories with approximately 1,831 seats, and 171 libraries and study rooms with approximately 4,417 seats.
|Programs||Annual full tuition fee|
|International Politics, Law and Economics||€ 200-384|
|Medicine and Surgery||€ 200-384|
|Public and corporate communication (com) (one curriculum in English)||€ 200-384|
|Data science and economics (dse)||€ 200-384|
|Economics and political science (eps)||€ 200-384|
|Finance and economics (mef)||€ 200-384|
|Global politics and society (gps)||€ 200-384|
|Management of human resources and labour studies (mls)||€ 200-384|
|Management of innovation and entrepreneurship (mie)||€ 200-384|
|Politics, philosophy and public affairs (pppa)||€ 200-384|
|Philosophical Science (Reasoning, Analysis and Modelling)||€ 200-384|
|International relations (one curriculum in English)||€ 200-384|
|Law and Sustainable Development||€ 200-384|
|Medical Biotechnology and Molecular Medicine||€ 200-384|
|Biomedical Omics||€ 200-384|
|Bioinformatics for computational genomics||€ 200-384|
|Biotechnology for the bioeconomy||€ 200-384|
|Quantitative Biology||€ 200-384|
|Environmental Change and Global Sustainability||€ 200-384|
|Environmental and Food Economics||€ 200-384|
|Industrial chemistry||€ 200-384|
|Molecular biology of the cell||€ 200-384|
|Molecular biotechnology and bioinformatics||€ 200-384|
|Pharmaceutical biotechnology (one curriculum in English)||€ 200-384|
|Plant sciences||€ 200-384|
|Safety assessment of xenobiotics and biotechnological products||€ 200-384|
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