Summer school

The University of Milan proposes intensive courses on specific topics, often in partnership with external companies, to provide multidisciplinary skills to those who already have an extensive knowledge of these topics.

Summer Schools usually have an international slant and involve both teachers and students from different European countries.

The latest international courses covered the areas of Humanities, Medicine, Science, Economics, Political and Social Sciences.

Summer 2019

La Scuola di Giornalismo Walter Tobagi dell'Università Statale di Milano organizza la prima Autumn School in giornalismo per il terzo settore, alla scoperta di nuovi trend e carriere nel settore della comunicazione per l'impatto sociale con docenti, giornalisti delle maggiori testate ed esperti del settore.

Dove 

Le lezioni si tengono presso il Polo di Mediazione interculturale e di Comunicazione dell'Università di Milano, in piazza Indro Montanelli 1 a Sesto San Giovanni (Metro M1 - Sesto Marelli).

Quando

Articolato in 30 ore, tra lezioni ed esercitazioni pratiche, il corso si tiene dal 14 al 18 ottobre, dalle 9.30 alle 18.

Attività previste

I partecipanti apprenderanno, dopo un'introduzione al terzo settore e suoi ai modelli organizzativi, conoscenze e abilità fondamentali a partire dalla scrittura online e offline. Focus, in particolare, sul linguaggio per i social media e lo storytelling per l'impatto sociale. Previste anche lezioni ed esercitazioni pratiche per la produzione di video ed elementi di mobile journalism. In programma anche una visita finale alla redazione di “Buone Notizie” Corriere della Sera, con opportunità di networking durante tutta la durata del corso.

Requisiti e contributo di iscrizione

Per iscriversi è necessario aver conseguito il diploma di maturità e avere un'età non inferiore ai 18 anni. Rappresentano titoli preferenziali il possesso di una laurea e pregresse esperienze in ambito giornalistico o nel terzo settore, purché documentate.
La quota di iscrizione alla Autumn School è di 250 € e al termine sarà rilasciato un attestato di partecipazione.

Per informazioni e iscrizioni 

Le iscrizioni sono aperte fino al 4 ottobre 2019, per un massimo di 30 posti disponibiliLa graduatoria verrà pubblicata martedì 8 ottobre con una comunicazione ai candidati selezionati. Perfezionamento dell’iscrizione entro il 10 ottobre.

Per candidarsi è necessario inviare il proprio curriculum vitae all’indirizzo giornalismo@unimi.it.

The  ninth edition of the Summer School on Organized Crime  of the Department of International, Legal, Historical and Political Studies of the University of Milan provides with a valuable opportunity for update and discussion on a theme touching on gender inequality, civilization, educational processes, family law and cultural anthropology.

Where

The course will be held in room 5 of the Faculty of Political, Economic and Social Sciences of the University of Milan, Via Conservatorio, 7. Lecturers will be nationally and internationally renowned university professors and researchers, judges and prominent representatives of political and educational institutions, artists, journalists and members of civil and anti-mafia associations.

When

The course will take place from Monday 9 September to Friday 13 September, every day from 9.30am to 6pm:

  • Monday 9 September - Studies, stories
  • Tuesday 10 September - Organizations, generations
  • Wednesday 11 September - Defections, choices
  • Thursday 12 September - Time and space
  • Friday 13 September - Possible challenges

Planned Activities

How is the relationship between women and the Mafia evolving? According to news stories, scientific research and testimonies, while it is true that some mafia organizations now provide career opportunities for women, the wall of silence and female subjection is crumbling. From school to theatre, from research to associations, anti-mafia initiatives in Italy saw a growing number of female activists, who are becoming a majority in these movements.  The Summer School on Organized Crime of the Department of International, Legal, Historical and Political Studies of the University of Milan provides with a valuable opportunity for update and discussion on a theme touching on gender inequality, civilization, educational processes, family law and cultural anthropology.
For five days, sociologists, magistrates, female ex-prisoners, journalists, actors, directors, churchmen and politicians will draw upon social science and art, information and justice, faith and real-life testimonies to shed light on a phenomenon that can "disorient" the Mafia, and destroy its age-old certainties. A chance to explore and fully understand what is going on, so as not to miss a great opportunity for change. Director: Nando Dalla Chiesa.
 

Registration fee

  • Registration fee: € 500
  • For researchers, teachers, public administration managers and law enforcement officers: € 400
  • For students, graduate students and managers of anti-mafia associations: € 300

For information and registration

The course is intended for a maximum number of 60 participants.

Please submit your application by 31 August, sending your CV and a short motivational letter to the following address: ssoc.dilhps@unimi.it (with the subject: SSOC19 application).

Where

The "Walter Tobagi" School of Journalism of the University of Milan - Piazza Indro Montanelli 1, Sesto S. Giovanni

When

From 16 to 20 September, 9.30am to 1.30pm and 2.30pm to 4.30pm

Planned Activities

The secrets of sports reporting told by the journalists of the leading Italian newspapers, with frontal lectures and workshops on:

  • Journalistic writing and the radio
  • Television report and interview
  • The transfer market and new web and social media opportunities

For whom

Aspiring journalists
 
Requirements

High school diploma and no less than 18 years of age. A university degree and previous documented journalistic experience are preferential titles.
 

Fee
€ 600
 

Application
Please email your CV to giornalismo@unimi.it from 26 August to 7 September. Available places: 30.
The ranking will be finalised by 9 September, and a notice will be sent to selected candidates. Registration deadline: 11 September.

More details and the Summer School programme are available on the "Walter Tobagi" School of Journalism website.

The fifth edition of the Summer School Food: shared life will explore the issue of "Animal Welfare", with speakers from the academic world, the professions and institutions.

Where

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Milan, Via Celoria 10.

When

Training activities will take place on:

  • Monday 9 September (9.30am-6.30pm) - Animal welfare: a "strategic" concept
  • Tuesday 10 September (9.30am-6.30pm) - Animal well-being: a question of species
  • Wednesday 11 September (9.30am-6.30pm) - Protecting animals: an opportunity.

 

Themes

The importance of animal welfare will be analysed starting from protection policies and the role of the human being in sharing spaces and activities with the animal world.
 
For information and registration
Attendance is free. To register, please send an e-mail to lavitacondivisa@unimi.it by 30 August. The Summer School "Food: shared life" has a dedicated Facebook page.
Cost-Benefit Analysis of Investment Projects
Now in its ninth edition, the Summer School in Cost-Benefit Analysis of Investment Projects, is an intensive training course focused on the principles and applications of cost-benefit analysis of large infrastructure projects.
Organized by the Department of Economics, Management and Quantitative Methods of the University of Milan in collaboration with the CSIL, the Center for Industrial Studies, the Summer School focuses on projects requiring co-funding from European Structural and Investment Funds for 2014-2020.


Planned Activities
The course is structured in 2 modules. The first, a general and theoretical one, is intended for those approaching Cost-Benefit Analysis for the first time or looking for update. The second module is designed for those who have more experience or have already attended the first module or previous editions of the Summer School.
The 2 modules can be attended separately or sequentially.

For information on admission procedures and requirements, please visit the Summer School website.

Now in its ninth edition, the Summer School in Cost-Benefit Analysis of Investment Projects, is an intensive training course focused on the principles and applications of cost-benefit analysis of large infrastructure projects.

Organized by the Department of Economics, Management and Quantitative Methods of the University of Milan in collaboration with the CSIL, the Center for Industrial Studies, the Summer School focuses on projects requiring co-funding from European Structural and Investment Funds for 2014-2020.

Planned Activities

The course is structured in 2 modules. The first, a general and theoretical one, is intended for those approaching Cost-Benefit Analysis for the first time or looking for update. The second module is designed for those who have more experience or have already attended the first module or previous editions of the Summer School.

The 2 modules can be attended separately or sequentially.

For information on admission procedures and requirements, please visit the Summer School website.

 

Where

University of Milan, via Festa del Perdono 7

When

From 3 to 7 June

Themes

Promoted in collaboration with the Université de Montréal, the Summer School addresses and analyses emerging global challenges, such as artificial intelligence and its impact on rights, trade and ethical issues, market access and investments, the GDPR, and Brexit. Experts, teachers and policymakers will compare the European and North American contexts.
 

For information and registration
Lucia Bellucci - Department of Legal Sciences "C. Beccaria"
lucia.bellucci@unimi.it  

Website

Where

Palazzo Feltrinelli, Gargnano del Garda (Brescia)

When

July - August 2019

  • 1st round from Monday 1 to Saturday 20 July;
  • 2nd round from Monday 22 July to Saturday 10 August.
    Planned Activities
  • 4 hours of Italian language teaching (in three levels based on language proficiency tests);
  • 2 hours of conferences on literature, art, theatre, cinema, music, history, Italian culture and society, held by university professors or experts in the field.
  • Cultural and recreational activities.
    For whom
    Foreigners of legal age wishing to deepen their knowledge of Italian language and culture (minimum level requirement: B1) 
    Fee
    Registration fee + language and culture lessons (inclusive of breakfast, lunch and dinner from Monday to Friday)
  • € 488 - first instalment 
  • € 800 - second instalment
    For information and registration

University Centre for the promotion of Italian language and culture "Chiara e Giuseppe Feltrinelli"
Calcif -
 Website

Area: Law, Political, Economic and Social Sciences

  • China Intellectual Property
  • China - Executive Education Training Program
  • Cost-Benefit Analysis of Investment Projects
  • Droit et commerce bilatéral: Amérique du Nord-Europe/Law and Bilateral Trade: North America-Europe” (Montréal-Milano)
  • Econometrics
  • ECSR, Collegio Carlo Alberto and NASP
  • Joint Spring School on the Analysis of Social Stratification and Inequalities
  • EU Disaster Response Law in an International Context
  • EUsers - Performance and Governance of Services of General Interest in the EU
  • Indian Politics, Economics and Culture
  • International Financial Law
  • Law and Bilateral Trade: North America-Europe
  • Organized Crime
  • Political Communication and Electoral Behaviour
  • ResPos - Research Strategies in Policy Studies
  • Spatial and Temporal Patterns in International Migration
  • Transnational Dispute Resolution
  • Telecom Summer School on Regulation and Competition Policy
     

    Area: Humanities
  • Italian Culture and Language
  • Made in Italy/Made by Italics
     

    Area: Medicine and Surgery, Pharmacy
  • Drug Abuse
  • European School of Medicinal Chemistry (ESMEC)
  • Feed for Health
  • Mineral Nutrition in Photosynthetic Organisms: Molecular, Physiological and Ecological Aspects
  • Pre-doctoral school in Quantitative Biology
  • Pharmaceutical Analysis (SSPA)
  • Regulation of Gene Expression: From DNA to Phenotype
     
    Area: Agricultural and Food Science, Science and Technology
  • Agriculturally Derived Products and Environmental Contamination
  • An Old Science for Young Scientists: New Goals on Environmental Science
  • Biochemical and Genetic Dissection of Control of Plant Mineral Nutrition
  • ECMI - European Consortium for Mathematic and Industry
  • ECOTOX - Agricultural Derived Products and Environmental Contamination
  • Experimental Developmental Biology of Marine Invertebrates
  • Geochemistry, Petrography and Tectonic Significance of the SE Anatolian Ophiolites
  • Gravitational Waves
  • Industrial Mathematics
  • Interdisciplinary Approaches to Microarray Data Analysis
  • A Journey through the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
  • Mid-Ocean Ridge Processes and Ocean Lithosphere Architecture
  • Multi-Messenger Approach to Astroparticle Physics
  • Organic Synthesis "Attilio Corbella"
  • Osteology and Anthropology
  • Plants, Genes and Environment - Gene Action, Adaptation Mechanisms and Breeding
  • Sustainable Horticulture
  • Sustainable Plant Protection
  • The Jurassic/Cretaceous Boundary: 3rd workshop of the IUGS JK boundary Working Group
  • ViOpe "Learning Computer Programming in Virtual Environment"
  • Winter School on Internet of Things