University of Milan
About University of Milan
They hope that by providing a diverse and rich educational experience, students will be able to discover their true calling, advance their own interests, take a hard look at their career, and gain the skills and knowledge necessary to develop it. As the foundations of a new, future-oriented university, outstanding teaching, excellent research, and high-quality service concentrate on the user. The university instills in its students the courage to pursue opportunities in the world and not be afraid to confront them and put themselves out there. It is a diverse university that embraces, recognizes, and protects diversity as a core value. Bicocca is a cultural pioneer both locally and internationally.
In a variety of fields of study, the Università Degli Studi di Milano (UNIMI) offers courses and programs leading to officially accredited higher education degrees such as bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degrees.
The admission policy at this 96-year-old Italian higher-education institution is selective. This institution of higher learning has an inclusive admissions process. Students from all over the world are welcome to apply for admission.
Students may take advantage of UNIMI’s academic and non-academic facilities and services, which include a library, accommodation, athletic facilities, financial assistance and/or scholarships, study abroad and exchange programs, and administrative services.
Status – Public
Research Output – Very High
Student/Faculty Ratio – 17
Scholarships – Yes
International Students – 2,967
Total Faculty – 2,525
The University of Milan is a public teaching and research university that covers a wide range of disciplinary fields, with nine schools and a teaching staff of approximately 2,200. There are 33 divisions that conduct research. In 2019, there were 8,453 publications. There are 53 research institutes in total.