Coming from abroad
Teaching, exams, and graduation sessions continue remotely until 31 July pursuant to Law Decree n. 22, of 8 April, and Rector's Decree of 10 April.
The Italian university system is based on three main study cycles to which international students have access.
With the aim of favouring the mobility of international students, the University of Milan runs many programmes in English, has a specific fee system and provides scholarships and support, especially for international students.
International students are:
- EU students, foreigners resident in Italy, Italians with foreign qualifications
- Italian and EU students with foreign qualifications. Citizens of Iceland, Norway, Switzerland, Lichtenstein, San Marino and non-EU countries who already live in Italy with a regular stay permit and therefore have access to the university under the same conditions as EU students, also belong to this category. Refugees and persons with subsidiary protection status are under the same laws as EU citizens, as is the personnel of foreign embassies and international organizations based in Italy
- Non-EU students resident abroad: all students from countries outside the EU
- Erasmus and mobility students
- Marco Polo students
Offices and services to ask for help and further information
Programmes, deadlines, scholarships for international students who want to enroll in a bachelor's degree, a master's degree or a post-graduate course.
Erasmus and international mobility calls: procedures, deadlines and services.
International students' strenghts, timeline, opportunities, benefits and main locations:
Discover the city, find accommodation and manage emergencies
Improve your Italian, take the CELI certification or join the International courses of Italian language and culture in Gargnano sul Garda