University of Milan

University Information, Campus and History
(Milan, Italy)

The University of Milan (Università degli Studi di Milano) or the UNIMI is one of Italy's largest universities. It was founded on September 30, 1923 after the Faculty of Arts and Philosophy of Milan Academia merged with Istituti Clinici di Perfezionamento. In June 1998, a smaller campus was established in Bicocca and was named the University of Milan Bicocca.

More than 62,000 students register in the University of Milan every year. Around 5,000 individuals make up its teaching, research, and non-teaching staff. The university is an active member of the League of European Research Universities.

The University of Milan has nine faculties:
  • Agriculture
  • Arts and Philosophy
  • Law
  • Sciences
  • Medicine and Surgery
  • Pharmacy
  • Political Science
  • Sports and Exercise Science
  • Veterinary Medicine


The University of Milan hosts many facilities like large and comfortable lecture rooms, study areas, fully-equipped laboratories, specialized and comprehensive libraries, and a central library.

In the Bicocca campus, the university offers the following facilities:
  • Sports centre
  • Students services
  • Infirmary and surgery
  • Handicap assistance
  • Bank
  • Dining hall
  • European Mobility Center

The University of Milan, both the main university and Biccoca campus, offers an international scientific community to foreign students who are interested in studying at the university. It has actually actively participated several times in European exchange programmes and other research projects. The Foreign Students Office of the university can be contacted through +39 02 503 121 24. Queries may also be emailed to

Contact University of Milan:
Address: Universita degli studi di Milano, via Festa del Perdono 7 - 20122, Milan (Milano), Italy
Tel: +39 02503 111
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