University of Milan


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here is also a wide choice of English language degrees. The wide range of academic and research capabilities of the University of Milan, as well as its partnership with the business community, make it an important source of its socio-economic background as one of the best international institutions in terms of scientific productivity. The Università Degli Studi di Milano University of Milan is a non-profit public higher education institution based in the urban setting of Milan, Lombardy (population range 1,000,000-5,000,000). Branch campuses for this company are also located in the following cities: Crema, Edolo, Lodi, Doraza Costa. Università degli Studi di Milano (UNIMI) is a large (unirank enrollment limit: over 45,000 students) co-operative Italian higher education institution, officially recognized by the Ministerio dell'Istruzione, dell'Università e della Ricerca, Italia (Ministry of Education, Ministry of Education). Universities and Research in Italy).

 

Campus Facilities

The University of Milan has a rich artistic and cultural heritage, including historic buildings, inherited and acquired collections, libraries, botanical gardens and the old Brera Astronomical Observatory commissioned by Maria Theresa of Austria. The university's departments are located in historic buildings in the center of Milan and in new buildings in the Citta Studi neighborhood (City of Studies). the old "Ca' Granda" ("Great Building"), a monumental complex from the 15th century in the heart of the historic city center; the 18th-century Palazzo Crepi, built by Giuseppe Piermarini (architect of La Scala in Milan); And the 17th-century College of Sant'Alessandro, commissioned by the Archimboldi family, is one of the palazzos housing the university's facilities. The SPICE Center collects rare and valuable book collections and archives, and one of the richest book collections in the country is housed in 47 libraries.

Classrooms, library, computer centers and laboratories
The university has a total area of ​​about 500,000 m2 (5,040,00,00000 m2) with 356 classrooms with approximately 27,382 seats, 203 teaching and computer laboratories with approximately 1,831 seats, and 171 libraries and research rooms with approximately 4,417 seats.

sports activities
The Centro Universitario Sportivo (CUS) or University Sports Center is an amateur sports organization that has promoted physical education and sports among students and university partners for the past 60 years. Every year, the center offers a wide variety of sports courses, from traditional sports such as swimming and athletics to modern events such as hydro-biking, yoga and capoeira.

Arts and entertainment
Students at the University of Milan can participate in music and theater events, including the orchestra, choir and CUT, the University Theater Center. In collaboration with Milan's "Giuseppe Verdi" Conservatory, the University of Milan Orchestra offers students the opportunity to audition for a classical music ensemble under the direction of Maestro Alessandro Crudale.

The university choir is made up of university staff, faculty, professors and external fans. Clearing the interview is the only way to become a participant.