Study In Milan - Explore Universities in Milan
While Milan might not have the immediate appeal of its higher profile neighbours like Rome and Florence, it does have a depth and lasting appeal that belies its status.
Milan is one of Italy’s great university cities, with more than 185,000 students choosing to study a degree in Milan. And with good reason too – Milan has something for everyone. From models and designer fashion to art and two footballing giants, Milan will introduce you to a city full of passion, creativity and excitement.
Study in Milan?
Milan is one of Italy’s most prominent and exciting student cities, home to thousands of students. There are seven university where you can study a degree in Milan, including some of that have been welcoming students for more than 150 years. This is a real hotbed of educational excellence.
You could study a degree in Milan at the following institutions:
- Politecnico di Milano
- University of Milan
- Bocconi University
- Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
- Milan Academy of Fine Arts
European Institute of Design
It’s important to note that the majority of courses in Milan will be taught in Italian, although there has been an increase in the number of English language courses. You may be asked to prove your language skills prior to being accepted onto a degree.
Immigration and visas
EU students are able to come and study a degree in Milan providing you are studying at an approved institution for more than three months and have sufficient income to support yourself. Non-EU students will need to apply for a visa dependent on their nationality. You will generally need to show the following, regardless of your nationality:
- You have a confirmed place on a course at a recognised education institution
- You are not already in the country on a tourist or business visa
- You have paid all relevant visa fees
- You have sufficient funds to support yourself
You have comprehensive health insurance cover
Accommodation and living costs
The easiest way to settle into student life in Milan is to live in accommodation provided by the university. This will allow you to meet fellow students more easily, get support from tutors and not have to worry about setting up bills.
Once you get more settled, you may want to move into your own private apartment or house share with friends. Milan has lots of different neighbourhoods and you should be able to find somewhere to suit your needs, but popular districts include:
- Citta Studi
- Porta Venezia
- Porta Ticenese
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