Established in 1863, Politecnico di Milano is one the most outstanding technical universities in Europe and the largest Italian university in Engineering, Architecture and Design, with more than 45,000 students. The latest QS University Rankings place Politecnico di Milano at the top position in Italy, among the 10 best technical universities in Europe and within the top 20 technical universities worldwide. Employability Rankings show us in 41st position worldwide. Scientific research plays a central role in Polimi mission thanks to the availability of considerable research funds and of several well-equipped laboratories.Famous professionals and scientists studied at Politecnico di Milano, including the Pritzker Prize winners RenzoPiano and Aldo Rossi, and Giulio Natta, Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Innovative programmes are offered at all academic levels. More than 40 Master of Science programmes and 19 PhD programmes are taught in English; Merit-based scholarships are awarded to the most qualified international applicants. Find out more on the university website.At Bachelor level, Architectural Design and Civil Engineering are available also in English. The Career Service supports the graduates’ employability and the Alumni office of Politecnico di Milano is a point of reference for network of former students.Learn more!
“Choosing Politecnico di Milano for my University studies was the best decision I made with regards to my career. The right mix of engineering and corporate finance skills has given me the perfect background to take up managerial roles within different industries at international level.”
“Studyingat Politecnico acted like a “mind gym” developing the “muscles” to ready me for opportunitieswhentheyarose. I learnedhow to synthesize, to analyzeissuesdeeply and findeffectivesolutions, and gainedopenness and flexibility to thrive in differentcontexts and cultures. Thesestrenghtsallowed me to build myprofessionalpaththrough Europe, the U.S.A. and Asia.”