Exercise and Sports Sciences

The School of Exercise and Sports Sciences at the University of Milan is unique within the Italian organisation of the constitutive disciplines: a perfect combination of theoretical and practical disciplines that guarantees a continuous dialogue between the scientific and humanistic foundations of exercise and sports sciences and their practical application.

Exercise and Sports Sciences offers students practical courses  on individual, team and fitness/wellness sports, and theoretical ones, which include anatomy, biology, physiology, biochemistry, sports medicine and endocrinology.

A further strength to its preparation of sports professionals and managers are its capacities in the development, maintenance and recovery of movement skills and psychophysical wellbeing.

President of the Managing Committee
Prof. Fabio Esposito

The School of Sports Sciences is pleased to announce that the prestigious Journal of Physiology (London) has published an article by Prof. Esposito's research group. Moreover, a press release has been made from the article.

Please find attached the details.

24 CFU transfer credit

Please be informed that from 1 to 15 July 2020, it will be possible to apply for 24CFU transfer credit, under Ministerial Decree 616/2017.

Only graduates from this university who have earned 24 credits through our programmes can apply.

Any applications for transfer credit from other universities, or applications received after July 15, 2020 will not be considered.

Find out all the details on the dedicated page.

TOLC 2020 – Apply to sit the test remotely with the University of Milan

View the schedule for dates available for the TOLC@CASA test proposed by the University, and sit remotely the tests required by most of our undergraduate and single-cycle degree programmes.

Learn more:

Coronavirus: Teaching, exams and graduation sessions continue remotely until 31 July

For updates on lessons, exams, graduation sessions, traineeships, internships and study abroad, read the notices on this site and on the Ariel sites, consult the Study section pages and check your institutional mailbox (@studenti.unimi.it) regularly.

Educational offering a.y. 2020/2021
A.Y. 2020/2021
Exercise, Sport and Health Sciences
A.Y. 2020/2021
Exercise Science for Healthy Life
A.Y. 2020/2021
Individual and Team Sport Science

Location

The School of Exercise and Sports Sciences is located in Milan, on via Kramer 4/A 

Classrooms

  • 100 to 400 - Teaching sector - via Celoria 20 - 20133 Milan
  • 700 - via Colombo 46 - 20133 Milan
  • G - Teaching sector - via Golgi 19 - 20133 Milan
  • V - via Venezian 15 - 20133 Milan
  • Veterinary rooms - via Celoria 10 - 20133 Milan

Sports facilities

  • Saini Sport Centre, via Corelli 136 - 20134 Milan

Department of Biomedical Sciences for Health
Via Mangiagalli 31 - 20133 Milano

 

Chairman's Office

via Kramer 4/A - 20129 Milan
tel. 02.503.15151
e-mail: scuola.scienzemotorie@unimi.it
 

Course Administration

via Kramer 4/A - 20129 Milan,
tel. 02.503.15156 Monday to Friday, 10.00am to 12.00pm

Opening hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 10.00am to 12.00pm
e-mail: didattica.scienzemotorie@unimi.it

Registrar

Via Santa Sofia 9/1 - 20122 Milan (entrance from the inner courtyard)

Faculty events

I risultati di misure e attività promosse dall’Università Statale di Milano a favore del benessere psico-fisico sul luogo di lavoro saranno al centro del webinar, su Teams Live, rivolto al personale d’Ateneo. Dall’intervento sull’esperienza della Consigliera di fiducia, si passerà all’esito della valutazione di rischio da stress lavoro correlato e alla rilevazione del grado di soddisfazione. I relatori concluderanno l’incontro rispondendo alle domande dei partecipanti.

Innovative health ai tempi del Covid-19 è il tema della settima edizione, interamente online, di 4T – Tech Transfer Think Tank, appuntamento di formazione promosso da Jacobacci & Partners, in collaborazione con l’Università Statale di Milano. Imprese, università, centri di ricerca e mondo finanziario approfondiranno l’importanza del trasferimento tecnologico e del networking nelle scienze della vita.

Aspetti legislativi e nuove opportunità in campo vaccinale al centro del convegno ECM rivolto a medici, farmacisti, fisioterapisti, infermieri, dietisti e biologi. Tra i temi al centro dell'incontro: il piano di prevenzione nazionale, il ruolo della promozione delle vaccinazioni nello sport, l'epidemia di morbillo, le vaccinazioni anti-HPV e anti-meningococco. Confronto tra specialisti, infine, sulle modalità di screening vaccinale e sul rilascio del certificato di idoneità sportiva.