- #401 Ranking
- 18 Masters
- 41000 Students
Founded in 1921, Università Cattolica is the largest university in Europe, boasting over 41 000 students across 12 Schools and 4 campuses.
·We offer the opportunity to study both English-taught and Italian-taught programs, at different levels. The areas covered range from traditional fields as Medicine, Philosophy, Psychology and Italian literature to the most competitive and cutting-edge fields of Banking and Finance, International Business, International Relations, Agricultural Economics, Management, Corporate Communication.
·By living and studying with us, students are ideally positioned to put into practice the knowledge gained at the University whilst using their own language abilities and cultural competencies. Our enviable industrial ties with the most globally renowned companies allow for unique networking and internship opportunities.
Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (UCSC)!
Choosing Cattolica will be an enriching experience, not only from an academic point of view: students will profit of the active cultural and social life at the University by getting involved with students associations, sport organizations and many other opportunities offered within the campus. Just at their doorstep then, the city of Milan will provide them with endless options typical of a busy and successful city, yet capable of astonishing for its undiscovered and quiet corners. From vibrant and exciting nightlife to cultured museum tours, from tastes of the finest restaurants to intimate walks around gardens and streets. Milan is a versatile and dynamic city , yet always true to its authentic Italian spirit.
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