University of Milan
Region: Southern Europe
Country/Region: Italy
Found Year: 1924
Address: via Festa del Perdono 7
Introduction

Brief Statement The University of Milan is a public teaching and research university, the only Italian among the 21 prestigious members of LERU (League of European Research Universities), and an internationally highly ranked university. With a teaching staff of about 2,000 tenured professors and with about 60,000 students the University of Milan is the largest university in Lombardy, one of the most dynamic and internationally-oriented EU regions and leader in the Italian economy. The University of Milan’s Faculties offer a number of study programmes, which can be grouped into three macro-disciplinary areas: Humanities, Social Sciences and Law; Medicine and Healthcare; and Natural Sciences. The broad range of subjects taught, which currently consists of 64 Undergraduate programs, 56 Masters programs, 9 Single-cycle programs, 33 Doctoral programs, and several Advanced Vocational programs, attracts students from Italy and the whole world. The University’s research and teaching activities have developed over the years and have received important international recognitions. The University’s main campus is located in a 15th century monumental complex in the heart of Milan, a city with countless artistic points of interest in the north of Italy, known throughout the world for fashion, design, publishing, theatre, music, sports, food and its international trade fairs. Mission Statement The University of Milan is a research-intensive university. The key objectives of its strategy are the development of highly-skilled human capital and of high-quality scientific research. Its inclusion in the League of European Research Universities (LERU) as the only Italian institution, as well as its top position among Italian universities in all the international rankings based on scientific productivity, are indicators of success in pursuing such strategy. At the same time, the University of Milan acknowledges the plurality of missions that universities are currently expected to perform vis-à-vis the challenges of globalization and of knowledge-based economies. For this reason, it pursues all the functions deemed necessary to create a European Higher Education Area (EHEA): production of new knowledge through cutting-edge scientific research, formation of human capital with varying degrees of specialization, provision of life-long learning, knowledge exchange, contribution to local development, international exchange of knowledge and human capital. In performing each of these functions, the University of Milan aims at the highest level of quality that can be achieved given the available resources. Its strategic plan incorporates such objectives. Internal as well as external evaluation is then used to assess the degree to which such objectives, and especially high quality standards in each of the functions assigned to the University structures, have been achieved. Rector: Prof. Gianluca VAGO rettore@unimi.it Vice-rector: Prof. Maria Daniela CANDIA daniela.candia@unimi.it Pro-rector for Research: Prof. Chiara TONELLI chiara.tonelli@unimi.it Pro-rector for Teaching: Prof. Giuseppe DE LUCA giuseppe.deluca@unimi.it Head of Research Division: Angelo CASERTANO angelo.casertano@unimi.it Responsible International Relations Office: Egill BOCCANERA egill.boccanera@unimi.it

Academic Ranking of World Universities
151-200
Academic Ranking of World Universities
The Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) is recognized as the precursor of global university rankings and the most trustworthy one. ARWU presents the world's top 1000 research universities annually based on transparent methodology and objective third-party data.
201-300
2017
151-200
2018
151-200
2019
151-200
2020
151-200
2021
Global Ranking of Academic Subjects
All Subjects
Subject
Rank
Best Ranked Subjects
Subject Rank
Food Science & Technology
35
Veterinary Sciences
35
Mathematics
51-75
Agricultural Sciences
51-75
Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences
51-75
Physics
101-150
Human Biological Sciences
101-150
Clinical Medicine
101-150
Key Statistics
29471
Total Enrollment
1788(6.1%)
International Students
28225
Undergraduate Enrollment
1646(5.8%)
International Students
1246
Graduate Enrollment
142(11.4%)
International Students
Programs
Undergraduate Programs
Agricultural Sciences and Technology
Agricultural Technologies For Environment and Landscape
Animal Husbandry and Welfare
Animal Production Feed and Health
Applied and Environmental Chemistry
Audiometry Methods
Biology
Biomedical Laboratory Methods
Cardio-Circulatory Physiopathology and Cardiovascular Perfusion Techniques
Chemical-Toxicological Sciences and Safety In The Environment
Chemistry
Communication and Society
Computer System and Network Security
Conservation and Sustainable Development of Mountain Areas
Cultural Heritage Studies
Dental Hygiene
Diagnostic Imaging and Radiation Therapy Technology
Dietetics
Earth Sciences
European Economic Studies
Exercise, Sport and Health Sciences
Food Science and Technology
Food Services Management and Technology
Foreign Languages and Literature
Health Visitor
Hearing Aid Audiology
Herbal Science and Technology
Herbal Science and Technology
History
Humanities
Industrial and Environmental Biotechnology
Industrial Chemistry
Informatics and Communication
Informatics
Informatics
International Sciences and European Institutions
Language Mediation and Intercultural Communication
Liberal Studies of Land, Landscape and The Environment
Liberal Studies In Communications
Linguistic and Cultural Mediation
Mathematics
Medical Biotechnologies
Midwifery
Music Informatics
Natural Sciences
Neurophysiopathology Methods
Nursing
Occupational Therapy
Organisation and Human Resources
Orthopaedic Technology
Orthoptic and Ophthalmologic Technology
Paediatric Health Nursing
Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
Philosophy
Physics
Physiotherapy
Plant, Food and Environmental Biotechnology
Podology
Political Sciences
Prevention Techniques and Safety Procedures In The Environment and Workplace
Production and Protection of Plants and Vegetation Systems
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Techniques
Public Management
Science and Technology For Studying and Preserving The Cultural Heritage and Information Storage Media
Sciences For Legal Services
Social Sciences For Globalisation
Social Work In Health
Speech and Language Therapy
Therapy of Neuro and Psychomotricity Disorders of Childhood
Veterinary Biotechnology
Viticulture and Enology
Graduate Programs
Agri-Environmental Sciences
Agricultural Sciences
Ancient Philology, Literature and History
Animal Husbandry Sciences and Technologies
Archaeology
Archive and Library Sciences
Biodiversity and Evolutionary Biology
Biology Applied To Nutritional Sciences
Biology Applied To Research In Biomedicine
Chemistry
Cognitive Science and Decision-Making Processes
Communications: Theory and Methods
Computer Security - Crema
Culture and History of The Publishing System
Diagnostic Techniques For Healthcare Professionals
Drug Biotechnology
Earth Sciences
Economics and Political Science
Environmental and Geographical Sciences
European and Non-European Languages and Literature
Exercise Science For Healthy Life
Food Science and Human Nutrition
Food Science and Human Nutrition
Food Science and Technology
Green Areas and Landscape Design
Health Care Professions For Clinical Management
Health Care Professions For Prevention
Health Care Professions For Rehabilitation
History
History Of Art
Individual and Team Sport Science
Industrial Chemistry and Management
Informatics and Communication
Informatics
International Economics and Finance
International Relations
Labour Studies
Languages and Cultures For International Communication and Cooperation
Languages and Cultures For International Communication and Cooperation
Law and Policies of European Integration: European Constitutional Law and "Multilevel Constitu Tionalism"
Mathematics
Medical Biotechnology and Molecular Medicine
Modern Humanities
Molecular Biology Of The Cell
Molecular Biotechnology and Bioinformatics
Musicology
Nature Sciences
Nursing and Midwifery Sciences
Philosophy
Physics
Plant, Food and Environmental Biotechnology
Political Science and Government
Public and Corporate Communication
Public Administration and Policy
Science of Crop Production and Protection
Science Of The Performing Arts
Social Sciences: Research and Institutional Analysis
Veterinary Biotechnology Sciences
Viticulture and Enology Science