Politecnico di Milano

Politecnico di Milano is the largest technical university in Italy, with about 42,000 students who study in 7 campuses: Milan (Leonardo and Bovisa), Como, Lecco, Cremona, Mantua and Piacenza. It offers undergraduate, graduate and higher education courses in engineering, architecture and design. Founded in 1863, it is the oldest university in Milan.
The university focuses on the quality of teaching, innovative approaches in research, development of technological progress. Research is always connected with learning process and represents a priority that allows the university to achieve high results at the international level and embody them in the business world. This commitment is developing in three main directions:
– increasing the importance of research in order to ensure lasting international cooperation;
– development of partnership with business in order to actualize scientific research;
– changing the conditions for the development of science and technology for young professionals with a view to their professional growth.
Politecnico di Milano is recognized as the first Italian university among the top ten European technical universities and among the top 20 in the world. The university offers double diploma programs, exchange programs, 40 master’s programs and 19 degree programs in English. Students have access to 200 modern and equipped laboratories for scientific research in the field of mechanics, computer science, engineering, construction, architecture, design.
Politecnico di Milano is characterized by a strong commitment to research, because here, the best international universities are compared and compete, launching processes for business development, providing a significant contribution to the transformation of society.