Politecnico was one of the first Italian universities to implement the reform of the university system, which led to the "three plus two" education structure with Bachelor of Science and Master of Science programmes.
Beginning with the academic year 2000-2001 bachelor's programmes were grouped into schools, based on their areas of interest.
Politecnico di Milano is a scientific-technological university which trains engineers, architects and industrial designers. The University has always focused on the quality and innovation of its teaching and research, developing a fruitful relationship with business and productive world by means of experimental research and technological transfer.
Politecnico di Milano is committed to achieving excellence in research. The path towards excellence is developed along the following actions:
Every year Politecnico di Milano offers a wide pool of talents ready to enter the job market. Thanks to our Career Service, Italian and international companies can come on campus to meet and recruit students or graduates and to introduce themselves as best employers.
All international students enrolled at Politecnico di Milano can apply for residences. Also students participating to international mobility programmes can be admitted. Nonetheless, the Politecnico di Milano cannot guarantee all students a place in residences and in fact some students choose to live in privately rented housing.
Its collection, over 6.000 monographs and growing, includes the textbooks adopted and recommended for degree programmes in the School of Engineering, primarily on Information Science, Finance, Environmental Science, Design and related disciplines (Room 1: monographs section).
In the case of an accident or of falling ill on the campuses of Politecnico, please promptly contact the university's First Aiders closest to the site of the emergency.
The First Aiders are duly trained employees of Politecnico, capable of handling medical emergencies, evaluating the severity of such incidents and giving first aid.
Politecnico di Milano is made up of seven campuses distributed in the cities of Milano (Leonardo and Bovisa campuses), Como, Lecco, Cremona, Mantova and Piacenza.
The campus has a canteen and a bar, library and Copy Bureau, sport facilities (Giuriati campus at Milano Leonardo campus), a Bank branch (at Leonardo Campus) and merchandising shops (Polishop).
A number of Students Associations organize both cultural and sports activities, open to all students.Among them, the ones who count more members are:
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