ONLINE COURSE OFFER FOR 4EU+ STUDENTS:
Summer Semester 2022
Select one or more of the online courses offered by the University of Milan and experience the 4EU+ virtual mobility!
List of courses
Course title (click to see the course description and more information)
Level of study
2 (+ 1)
International Political Thought
International human rights law
English Business Communication
International Relations of East Asia
Rehabilitation Medicine in Europe to face disability growth due to aging and medicine improvement
Biotechnologies:experimental models in research
Didáctica de la lengua española
European Labour Law
EU Law on Business and Human Rights
Machine Learning, Statistical Learning, Deep Learning and Artificial Intelligence
Logic of Computation and Information
Advanced bioinformatics for biotechnology
Business information sistems
Real-time graphics programming
Intelligent systems for industry, supply chain and environment
Statistical methods for machine learning
Simulation modeling of biomolecules
Business process engineering
Online game design
3d video games
Algorithms for massive datasets
Microbial Food Cultures
Plants as biofactories
Protein engineering and Proteomics
Advanced Plant Cell Biotechnology
Isotope Geochemistry and Geochronology
Morphological and molecular basis of the central nervous system and its pathologies
(register by 27/2)
Molecular pathology and parasitology
Once you have made your choice, please, follow carefully the enrolment guide to register to the student portal, and to one or more courses from the UniMi catalogue. Course admission is determined based on a "first come, first served" principle.
UniMi ENROLMENT GUIDE
Please check the prerequisites of the course you would like to attend before enrolling.
Please note: the start dates of UM online courses may not correspond with the start of the teaching period at your home institution.
Please check with an adviser at your home institution whether the course you have selected will be recognised in your programme as a core, optional or elective course. If the course cannot be recognised as part of your degree programme, you can still take it as a form of extracurricular activity.
Courses starting in February:
14-26 January 2022
Courses starting in March:
17 January - 20 February 2022
Courses starting in April:
21 February - 25 March 2022
Please consult our Frequently asked questions for any doubt.
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