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Admission

The University of Milan’s interdisciplinary vocation results in a highly stimulating and rich offer of undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and specialization programmes, together with several vocationally-oriented courses, and a set of degree programmes taught in English.

International students who want to apply to the University of Milan must – first of all - verify if their qualification meet the general requirements established by the Ministry of University and Research (MIUR) in accordance with the Ministry of the Interior and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Application procedures and deadlines differ according to the cycle and type of the chosen programme, and depending on the country where the student comes from (EU or Non-EU). 

Check carefully the procedure you have to follow to apply for an undergraduate or a graduate programme.


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Undergraduate admission

International students who want to apply to undergraduate programmes not requiring an evaluation test or an entrance examination, may enroll starting from Summer 2017. Admission are not yet open.
They will start in July, as usual, and be opened until September/October. The new deadlines are not yet available.


Bachelor or single-cycle degree programmes requiring an entrance examination have indeed a different application procedure and deadlines, some other programmes simply ask candidates for an evaluation test.

Learn how to apply to the different bachelor or single-cycle programmes.


In any case, non-EU citizens resident abroad, who do not have an Italian residence permit, must provide a pre-application. They are in fact entitled to a reserved quota established every academic year and published - together with the deadlines - from March on.
 

Please note
The International Medical School – a single-cycle programme with entrance examination - has specific deadlines and procedures established by the Ministry of University and Research (MIUR), generally published by the end of February.

Check our website periodically for updated information.

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Postgraduate admission

Applying for a Master Degree programme

International students resident abroad may apply to master degree programmes not requiring an entrance examination starting from February 1st until September 12th, 2017.

In any case, non-EU citizens resident abroad, who do not have an Italian residence permit, must provide a pre-application. They are in fact entitled to a reserved quota established every academic year and published - together with the deadlines - from March on.

Master degree programmes  requiring an entrance examination have a different application procedure and deadlines, some other programmes simply ask candidates for an evaluation test that can be scheduled before or after the end of the enrolment procedure.

Learn how to apply to the different master programmes.

Applying for a Vocational Master

Candidates may apply to vocational masters following the procedures indicated in the specific competition announcement, generally published between July and September (1st semester) or between November and January (2nd semester).

Learn how to apply to a 1st level or to a 2nd level vocational master.

Applying for a Doctoral Programme

To apply to a Doctoral Progamme candidates must follow the procedure  indicated in the specific competition announcements, published annually within July.

Check our website periodically for updated competition announcements .

Applying for a Specialization School

To apply to a Specialization School candidate must hold the specific qualification indicated by the competition announcements.

Non-EU citizens resident abroad must follow a pre-application procedure, while candidates to Medical Specialization School, who have already been awarded an Italian ministerial scholarship through applying to the Italian embassies, may compete for specially reserved places.

Learn how to apply for a medical or a non-medical Specialization School

 

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Fees and Financial Aid

According to the chosen course of study, and in proportion to students family income, The University of Milan enrolment fees vary from a minimum of about 690 Euros to a maximum of about 3,900 Euros, that are due in two different installments.

Students can also be entitled to receive some fees reimbursement or exemptions, or to obtain a contribution, a scholarship or a grant, according to specific requirements.

To apply for a scholarship, candidates have to meet the criteria indicated in the examination announcements, published every year from mid-July until the end of September.

Learn more about fees, scholarship and financial aid.

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Accomodation

The University provides a refectory and accommodation service, based on criteria of family income and academic merit as indicated in the same competition announcements concerning also scholarship.

Accomodation in lodgings and guest rooms, is managed both directly by the University of Milan or the CIDiS – a public local institute that provides university students with material support  - and indirectly, through agreements with public and private bodies.

Learn how to apply for accommodation services.

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