Veterinary Medicine

The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at University of Milan offers a stimulating environment for study and research in the areas of ​​Veterinary Medicine, Animal Production and Veterinary Biotechnology.

After transferring the Faculty from Milan to Lodi in 2018, it now has the newest facilities designed by the Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, an educational hospital where students progressively approach clinical-assistance activities involving different animal species under the guidance of the medical staff, and an experimental zootechnical center for learning about the different aspects of animal husbandry.

The provision of educational programmes, which are constantly linked to both the professional realities and the needs of the territory, has gained strength from the consolidated knowledge and experience that is rooted in one of the oldest schools dedicated to the study of animal diseases and husbandry, namely, the Veterinary School that was founded in 1791 and merged into the University in 1932.

Lodi - Via dell'Università 6

President of the Managing Committee
Prof. Gustavo Gandini




La Facoltà di Medicina Veterinaria ha sede a Lodi in via dell’Università 6. Si compone di un edificio centrale dedicato alla didattica, di un Ospedale Veterinario Universitario e di un Centro Zootecnico Didattico Sperimentale


Segreteria Didattica e Studenti

via Dell'Università 6 - 26900 Lodi 
Capo ufficio: Dr.a Silvia Milanesi

Segreterie studenti

via Dell'Università 6 - 26900 Lodi