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Programmes in English

Welcome to this summary that is intended to give you a quick overview of our academic programmes taught in English, and designed for International students. Some of them have been officially presented during a launch event on June 2015. Watch the video to find out more about them.

You can get more information by navigating through our Education and Admission sections, but we suggest you to check this page from time to time. Here you will always find some useful updated hints about admission, education offer, crash and language courses.

 


HIGHLIGHT

Admission terms

  • International students can apply for admission to all our master degree programmes without entrance examination - included the ones taught in English - from February 1st to September 12th, 2016 
  • Italian students can apply - at the moment - only to our International master degree programmes held in English.

Admission to all other degree programmes are not yet open. They will start in July, as usual, and be opened until September/October. The new deadlines are not yet available.

 

Annual updating of degree programmes

Variation about our education offer are usually announced each year, in May, in the occasion of the Open Day. They are anyway very few, and related to the suppression of an old programme or the launch of a new one.

Thus you can rely, anyway, on the actual education offer to start making your choice about the programme you would like to attend at our university.

Degree programmes entirely in English

Bachelor programmes

  • Political Sciences    (3 years/with entrance examination)
    (first and second year held both in Italian and English)
    Curriculum "Politics and Economics" in English

Master and Single-cycle programmes

 

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Degree programmes with curricula entirely taught in English

Master programmes

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Degree programmes partly taught in English

Master and Single-cycle programmes

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Degree programmes offered by university networks

These programmes are offered by university networks and will usually grant a double or joint degree by the University of Milan and the partner university. Once enrolled, students will usually have to spend a period of time in at least one partner university.

Master programmes

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Doctoral Programmes

The University of Milan has 33 Doctoral Programmes in which highly specialised training and research activities are closely related. Students holding a master degree are admitted on the basis of competitive selection and most of them are supported by fellowships. They are trained for advanced scientific research or for highly-qualified professional roles. Programmes mainly consist of independent research projects carried out under the supervision of a university professor.

 

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