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The University of Milan

The University of Milan is a public, multidisciplinary teaching and research institution that offers 8 Faculties, 2 Schools, 136 study courses, 31 Doctoral Programmes and 63 Specialisation Schools.

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Italy and Japan. Relations and Exchanges through the Arts

International Symposium organized by the Department of Cultural Heritage and Environment of the University of Milan with the special support of the Ishibashi Foundation in Tokyo. April 5th and 6th, Sala Napoleonica, via S. Antonio 12.

LERU, double investment to boost Europe's competitiveness

13 European associations signed the statement that calls upon the EU institutions to double the investment in research, innovation and education. The initiative was launched by the League of European Research Universities, that includes the University of Milan.

LifeTime consortium, a visionary proposal for an EU Flagship

Leading scientists have now submitted the proposal for a FET Flagship called LifeTime,  that includes The University of Milan among the participating institutions. LifeTime aims to achieve the possibility to predict the onset and trajectory of a disease by using a set of emerging technologies, with the analysis of single cells at their core.

Call for notice for 1 Clinical Neuromuscolar Fellowship

The University of Milan announces a competition to award 1 international Fellowship, whose training program will focus on pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments in neuromuscular diseases. Deadline: April 12th.

The new electrodes that can be tattooed on the body using biocompatible ink

Advanced Science published the study on the technique for printing electrodes directly on temporary tattoo paper, through an ink jet printer, implemented by research teams of IIT Pontedera, University of Milan La Statale and Scuola Superiore S. Anna di Pisa.

Untitled 2005, Jannis Kounellis at the Statale

The impressive artwork of one of the most important exponents of Arte Povera is on show at the University of Milan from 20th February.

Research on Electronic cryo-microscopy is coming to life at the University of Milan and the Invernizzi Centre

It's a busy time for the electronic cryo-microscopy laboratory, managed by Martino Bolognesi, who offers the possibility of conducting research on 3D structures of biological macro-molecules to laboratories and research centres both inside and outside the University.

Master degree programmes: application now open

International students can now apply online to one of the master degree programmes without entrance examination offered by The University of Milan for the academic year 2018-2019. Students who have an Italian qualification can apply for the moment only to open access master degree programmes taught in English.

Evolution: common genetic signature of animal regeneration

All animals capable of regenerating a lost body part, from an organ or a limb to the whole organism, share a common set of genes. This is the striking discovery of a team of researchers from the Center for Complexity and Biosystems (CC&B) of the University of Milan.

100 billion Euros to the Eu economy, the great impact of LERU universities in 2016

LERU presented today in Brussels the results of the study commissioned to BiGGAR Economics which quantifies in almost 100 billion Euros in in Gross Value Added and 1.3 milioni jobs the significant impact that universities play in driving the European economy.

Students information Service phone number

Starting from November 1st, it is possible to contact the Students information Service at the University of Milan on the phone exclusively by dialing 199 188 128.

University of Milan 'La Statale' - one of the Fulbright destinations in Italy

"La Statale" is among the Italian universities selected by the US-Italy Fulbright Commission as home to teaching positions in American Studies, known as Fulbright Lectureships, for the academic years 2017-2020.