The University of Milano-Bicocca was founded in 1998. It is a young & dynamic multidisciplinary university; the main research and teaching areas are economics, law, education, sociology, statistics, medicine, psychology and science. Following the national reform, the university consists of 16 Departments with cutting-edge laboratories and interdisciplinary research funded in the framework of national and international programs.
It is located in Milan, the capital of Lombardy, amongst the most dynamic and international regions in Europe. It offers students an elegant new campus with state-of-the-art facilities for students, researchers and faculty.
The University of Milano-Bicocca is 21st in the "THE 100 under 50" international ranking published recently by Times Higher Education. The ranking monitors the performance of young universities which could compete with the historical and unrivalled leaders of Anglo-Saxon and American academia.
Internationalization is one of the spearheads of Milano-Bicocca policy, and an essential component of the teaching and research process, aimed at enhancing international cooperation through exchange programs.
The University welcomes International students from all over the world and its international department is dedicated to supporting and guiding foreign students in all aspects in order to help them feel at home and experience academic and social life to the fullest.