University of Milan


The University of Milan is a public institute in Milan, Italy, known in Europe for its research capacity. The university has progressed exponentially during a limited time since its establishment in 1924. Now, UniMi is one of the largest universities in Italy. It is spread over ten schools offering degrees in about 150 undergraduate and 30+ doctoral programs.

It is the only Italian member of LERU (League of European Research Universities), a group of 21 European research-intensive universities. The University of Milan consistently ranks first in the country, sharing a place with the Sapienza University of Rome and the University of Pisa. It is also one of the finest universities in Italy, both in terms of the specific and overall subject in various ranking systems.

The university is the leading Italian institute for investment in human capital and research infrastructure. There are over 53 research centres at the University of Milan. All these research centres are organized in 33 different departments, including Law, Humanities, Medicine, Agricultural and Food Sciences, Veterinary Medicine, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Sports and Exercise Sciences, Linguistics and Cultural Mediation, Science and Technology and Political, Social and Economic Sciences.


As the university progressed with time, it also improved the number of students. There are over 60,000 students at the university in different programs. It includes about 4,000 international students.

Cultural, theatre and music activities are highly encouraged by the University of Milan; the resident cultural institutions at the university include the Choir, Orchestra, and Theatre Center CUT. The university’s Orchestra offers students to take part in classical music; the Choir of the university is composed of professors, students, staff and enthusiasts from outside the university. The CUT (Centro Universitario Teatrale) is a theatre centre involved in several productions for many years.

CUS (Centro Universitario Sportivo) is the sports center of the University of Milan. For the last 60 years, UniMi has been an amateur sports association. Every year, this centre organizes a broad range of sports courses covering traditional disciplines, such as athletics and swimming, to modern activities, such as yoga, hydro-biking and capoeira.


The university offers residence halls to deserving students for accommodation. Dorms are also available for short-term stays, but these are in no way enough for all the students at the university. Therefore, you should start looking for private residences within the city, most probably near the university.


Following are the global rankings of the University of Milan.

  • By Q.S. World Ranking, the University of Milan ranks 324.
  • According to Times Higher Education Ranking, the University of Milan ranks 301-350.
  • U.S. News and World Report rank the University of Milan at 169.


University of Milan
Via Festa del Perdono, 7, 20122 Milano MI, Italy

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