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University of Milan

University of Milan

Established in 1924, the University of Milan is Italy's cornerstone of excellence in education and research.

University of Milan (UNIMI), established in 1924, contributes to society through the pursuit of education and research at the highest international levels of excellence. It is the only Italian member among the 23 prestigious Universities of the League of European Research Universities (LERU).

With a teaching staff of about 2,111 tenured professors, 120 visiting professors, 1893 technical and administrative staff and with around 60,000 students, UNIMI is the largest university in Lombardy, one of the most dynamic and internationally-oriented EU regions. UNIMI offers several study programs that cover: i) Economics, Law and Social Sciences: a) Political, Economic and Social Sciences; b) Law; ii) Humanities: a) Humanities; b) Language Mediation and Intercultural Communication; iii) Medicine and Healthcare: a) Medicine; b) Veterinary Medicine; c) Pharmacy; d) Exercise and Sports Science; iv) Science: a) Science and Technology; b) Agricultural and Food Sciences.

The broad range of subjects taught, in the running 67 Undergraduate programmes, 57 Master programs, 9 Single-cycle programmes, 33 Doctoral Programmes, 26 Vocational master’s courses, 85 short course, 65 postgraduate schools of professional specialization, attracts students from all of Italy and the whole world.

The University also has a Choir and its own Orchestra, which actively contributes to the cultural life of the city and receives international acknowledgements on an increasingly frequent basis.