Saturday, May 28, 2016


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.

Our 2000 professors represent the highest concentration of scientific expertise in the region and our research is ranked among the best in Italy and Europe.


Excellence scholarships at the University of Milan

By applying to one of our master degree programmes within June 30th, you will automatically participate in the selection for the assignment of the 150 grants or enrolment fee exemptions destined to the best international students.

Martin Karplus, Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2013: lecture and exhibition

Studies on the ATP molecule and images of Europe, the Americas and Asia in the '50s and '60s. All this will be touched upon during Karplus's Milan appointment; the theoretical chemist from Harvard and the University of Strasbourg will deliver a lecture at the University of Milan (April 8th), preceded by the opening of his photography exhibition at the Pirelli Tower (April 6th).

The project "Aesthetics of Emotions": the competition to award the 13 investigators

The research project of the our Department of Cultural Heritage and Environment, financed by ACRI, selects 13 one-month research visit fellowships (26th September - 28th October), who will work in one of the 8 host institutions of project. Deadline: 2nd May.

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 2016-2017, including programmes taught in English. Deadline: September 12th, 2016. When not differently indicated in the specific competition announcement.

Confucio Institute grants

Application now open for our Confucio Institute grants addressed to non-Chinese students. Candidates must hold HSK or HSKK qualification, and must be between 16 and 35 years of age (45 years old for biennal grants). Deadline: May 2th, 2016.

LERU-BIGGAR Report: Investing in Research pays off!

It is now publicly available online "The Economic Contribution of LERU Universities": a report commissioned to the independent consultancy BiGGAR Economics by the League of European Research University, of which the University of Milan is part.

Enrolment news

Admissions to all our degree programmes are now open. There are some new possibilities for the academic year 2015-2016: grants and exemptions for young talent, Italian courses for foreigners and recognition of language certifications.

International programmes at the University of Milan

Official presentation of our International master-degree programmes in English, on June 11th. The launch event- live streamed online - is now available on our video portal.

Italian language classes for International students

Starting from October 2015, the University of Milan launches Italian language intensive courses dedicated to International students on Erasmus or enrolling at one of our courses (graduated, postgraduated and PhD programmes) with specific programs for Medicine and Healthcare area students.

Boost your talent, new scholarships at the University of Milan

Starting from 2015, the best International students applying at one of our degree programmes can count on two brand new incentive programmes providing grants from 6,000 to 10,000 euros, and enrolment fee exemptions.

Amos Oz to be awarded honorary degree

On 16 July, our Academic Senate approved the award of an honorary degree in Languages and Culture for international cooperation and communication to the Israeli writer Amos Oz.

Moglynet, three million euro for project coordinated by ‘La Statale’

Horizon 2020 funding for the joint doctoral project MOGLYNET, coordinated by the University of Milan – La Statale, to train young researchers in Drug Discovery and Development.

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.