The University of Milano-Bicocca was founded as autonomous organization on June, 10th 1998. In the Times Higher Education rankings 2015 dedicated to the best hundred universities with less than 50 years, the University was ranked 24th in the world, 1st in Italy.
We are offering courses - Bachelors, Masters, PhDs - which will equip you for the challenges of a complex and changing world. Students, researches and professors come toghether at our University with ideas, enthusiasm and talent, with the intention to create a brighter future.
The University of Milano-Bicocca has sixteen departments in the fields of Economics, Educational Sciences, Law, Mathematics, Physics and Natural Sciences, Medicine, Psychology and Sociology.
The University of Milano-Bicocca is active in a wide array of research topics, thanks in part to its numerous departments, research centres and centres of excellence. These structures cooperate together, with different consortia, and with public and private third parties from outside the University.
This Careers Service provides a wide range of assistance and information for high school students who wish to enrol in our university.
Here students are given information and guidance in choosing future careers. They can get advice to help them make mature choices through a detailed description of the university’s structures, services and courses of study.
Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at University of Milano - Bicocca!
Hub for general information on the university, faculties, enrolment, study and exam planning, registration office etc.
Information, assistance, and vocational guidance for high school students who want to enroll at the University of Milano-Bicocca.
The University of Milano–Bicocca offers some accommodation; this service is linked to the institutional activities and to the initiatives of the University. For more information visit the page “Guest Quarters Service”.
All the Milano-Bicocca students are covered by INAIL in case of accidents.
This University drew up the following insurance policies to cover students regularly enrolled in its degree courses:
We specify that insurance coverages have worldwide territorial jurisdiction.
The University of Milano-Bicocca has a campus which is open to everyone, not only students. It has at its disposal large open spaces, large lecture rooms, study areas, well equipped laboratories, and a large library on three sites according to specialization. In addition, the campus community has the following at its disposal:
Football, volleyball, tennis, basketball but also athletics, beach volley and chess etc.
A wide range of sporting activities are available for students and employees in the University.
The following student unions may be interesting for visiting students:
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