Italy: two best universities of Milan

Italian universities are among the oldest, but most of their infrastructure is at a very progressive level. Majority of universities have library networks, several museums, sometimes even several branches in different cities (for example, the University of Bologna offices are located in Rimini, Forlì and Cesena). For foreign students there are hostels, but they often prefer to rent housing in the private sector. As in every university and in some academies there are sports facilities, including a suburban sports centers, swimming pools, gyms, etc.

State University of Milan – Bicocca

State University of Milan – Bicocca (Universit à degli studi di Milano – Bicocca) was founded in 1998 with the main goal – to do research. In total, the University has 226 laboratories, and all of them are included in the cultural network linked very closely to the economic and social life of the city. Bicocca Students often buy research papers online. Research centers cooperate with the system of exhibitions and seminars, social and government programs aimed at the development and protection of the different branches of knowledge, but especially on the development of the business community, which generally ensures competitiveness and the constant development of the University of Milan – Bicocca.
The university has over 32,000 students, and the teaching is conducted at 8 faculties. Key training areas are: the economy of tourism, organization and business management, economics and law, statistics, health care, media and journalism, social sciences and humanities, natural sciences, psychology and pedagogy. Bicocca offers students 195 classrooms, 46 language and computer centers, 3 large library.

State University of Milan

State University of Milan (Universit à degli studi di Milano) was founded in 1924 and originally consisted of 4 faculties: Law, Literature and Philosophy, Medicine and Surgery, Natural, mathematical and physical sciences. Today it offers studying at 9 faculties, 137 courses (undergraduate and magistracy), 20 Doctoral Schools and 74 Specialization Schools. Teaching staff comprises 2500 teachers, who represent the highest concentration of scientific expertise in the region, and the study is estimated at the highest level among the universities in Italy and Europe.
University departments are located in both an important historical building in the center of Milan and in modern buildings in the area known as the campus. Research work at the University of Milan and publications have scientific value, as well as numerous research centers.

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