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The Polytechnic University of Milan Politecnico di Milano is the largest technical university in Italywith about 42, students. Founded init is the oldest university in Milan. The Polytechnic University of Milan has two main campuses in the city of Milan, Italywhere the majority of the research and teaching activities are located, as well as other satellite campuses in five other cities across the Lombardy and Emilia-Romagna regions. It is the oldest university in Milan. Architecturethe second main line of study at the university, was introduced in in cooperation with the Brera Academy.

There were only 30 students admitted in the first year. Over the decades, most of students were men: the first female graduate from the university was in At the time, it was named Regio Politecnico "Royal Polytechnic". The historical building still in use today was designed and built by engineers and architects all graduated from the university itself. The present logo, based on a detail of the preparatory sketch of Raphael 's School of Athenswas adopted in Until then, there was no official logo for the institution.

Inthe first European centre of electronic computation was opened at the university by Gino Cassinis and Ercole Bottani. In Giulio Natta received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his research on crystalline polymers, polypropylene in particular. Inthe satellite Sirio, jointly developed by the university and other companies, was launched. Since the end of the s, the university has begun a process of territorial expansion that would have resulted in the opening of its satellite campuses in Lombardy and Emilia Romagna.

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A university program in industrial design was started in In Aprilthe university announced that, beginning inall graduate courses would be taught only in English. The University is spread over seven campuses: two main campuses in Milan and another five satellite campuses across Lombardy and Emilia Romagna.

Milan Leonardo is the oldest of the university's campuses still in use. The first buildings on Piazza Leonardo da Vinci were inaugurated in The Leonardo Campus is the main campus of the university, and comprises the central administration offices, the rectorate, and most of the research departments. The Milan Bovisa campus is located in the Bovisa district of Milan and became active in ; campus Bovisa is today composed of campus Durandoopened inand campus La Masainaugurated in The first is the seat of the School of Design, while the second is dedicated to Industrial, Mechanical, Aerospace, and Energy Engineering faculties.

Bovisa also houses the related research facilities, including the wind tunnel. The first satellite campuses opened in in Como and in in Lecco. During the s other three branches opened in CremonaMantuaand Piacenza Politecnico di Milano, Milano. The Politecnico di Milano was established in by a group of scholars and entrepreneurs belonging to prominent Milanese families. The Politecnico di Milano is now ranked as one of the most outstanding European universities in Engineering, Architecture and Industrial Design, and in many disciplines is regarded as a leading research institution worldwide In Italy the term "Politecnico" means a state university consisting only of study programmes in Engineering and Architecture.

Italy B SE Soc. Milan Area, Italy Mechanical engineer materials and nanotech. December - Present Progetti Italiani S. Cremona Area, Italy Amm. April - Present Imp. September - February Skills Server, Gestione delle June - October Datatraf s. March - Present Cosma S. June - February Cosma S. May - May Giovanni Bozzetto S. May - December Skills Cross-functional Team January - August Oerlikon Graziano S.

December - November Oerlikon Graziano S. January - November Oerlikon Graziano S. May - December Graziano Trasmissioni S. October - Present. October - Present Ingest Facility S. November - Present M.Official academic documents Academic transcript, University qualification, Detailed study programme and letter of recommendation are accepted in Italian, English, French or Spanish.

Motivation letter sPortfolio and Cv must be provided in English or Italian. The online application receipt contains general information about you i. The International Admissions office accepts only original or certified copies of Transcripts. A certified copy is a copy with an original stamp of your university. An official translation into Italian or English of the transcript is required in case the original document is in a language other than Italian, English, French or Spanish.

The translation must contain an original stamp of an official translator, be stick to the copy of the original document and be certified as true copy. Photocopies are not accepted. Grading scale and GPA verified by your university must be included in the document or attached to it. The office will consider only the GPA related to your bachelor degree and will not make any average with other degree such as Associate degree or Master degree.

If the cumulative average grade percentage or weighted score is not provided on the Bachelor's transcript or diploma, you are required to upload a separate official University document stating the GPA. The minimum GPA required may vary according to the grading scale and the minimum passing grade envisaged by each university. The International Admissions Office reserves the right to uphold any decision made on our own assessment.

Check country specific additional requirements. If the university qualification is not yet available at the moment of the application, an official provisional certificate can be provided.

An official translation into Italian or English of the degree or of the provisional certificate is required in case the original document is in a language other than Italian, English, French or Spanish.

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If you have not finished the university yet, but you will graduate by July for the 1 st semester intake or by December for the 2 nd semester intakeyou can provide us with a certified document in English issues by your University or a letter from the Head of your Department stating that you will be graduating by July for the 1 st semester or December for the 2 nd semester. Brief but detailed descriptions clearly explaining the contents and the basic topics covered in each course taken. If possible, it should contain the number of hours of the courses or training activities that you have completed according to your academic curriculum.

The detailed study programmes can be taken directly from the website of your university or it can be copied from the university course catalogue. If the course descriptions are not available, you can write it yourself and make it signed by the Head of the Department of your study programme. Curriculum vitae is a written description of your work experience, educational background and skills.

Maximum 2 pages long. A letter written by a current or former professor. Please note that there is no specific format required for the recommendation letter, but it must contain the institutional contacts of the professor.

We advise you to ask a professor who knows you well to write it, to be personal and to show that he knows you are applying to Politecnico di Milano. In case you have completed your studies a few years ago and it is not possible to get a letter from your former professor, a letter written by your manager or employer may be accepted.

A letter of motivation also called a "statement of purpose" or "personal essay" is a brief essay in which you explain what you hope to achieve, as well as what qualifies you as a top candidate for the admission, why you selected that specific programme, why you have chosen Politecnico di Milano among other universities. If you apply to 2 courses, please write 2 different motivation letters max.

The letter of motivation is an extremely important part of the application documents because it provides the evaluation committee with a description of your personality, as well as in what way you plan to contribute to and benefit from the programme you are applying to.

All applicants need to provide a document attesting their English language knowledge. This is a requirement both for English and for Italian taught programmes.Politecnico di Milano Description Location Admission.

Cost of services Admissions assistance. Official Website www. It has an urban campus located in Milan. University ranking. Politecnico di Milano is among top 3 universities of Italy. The university is famous for its high education quality ranking in the top in the international rating. The university is among the most respected institutions by the employers of Italy and the world.

Application process and the cost of tuition. The students must pass examinations in order to enroll to the university. The academic year is divided into semesters like in many other educational institutions of Italy. Even though the tuition fees are not that high, the students still can apply for scholarship. There is also an option to enroll in online programs, kindly provided by the university. The composition of the university. Politecnico di Milano is among the largest universities that educates more then 31 thousand students.

Foreign citizens can also apply to the university. Local students have the opportunity to work with foreigners. The teaching staff consists of more than specialists. The students may participate in various student exchange programs. The university is also present on social media platforms: TwitterYoutubeFacebook.

The library is available to all of the students. The university also provides dormitories for those who need them. Politecnico di Milano - Official Description The Politecnico di Milano was established in by a group of scholars and entrepreneurs belonging to prominent Milanese families.

The Politecnico di Milano is now ranked as one of the most outstanding European universities in Engineering, Architecture and Industrial Design, and in many disciplines is regarded as a leading research institution worldwide In Italy the term "Politecnico" means a state university consisting only of study programmes in Engineering and Architecture. The Politecnico di Milano is nowadays organised in 16 departments and a network of 9 Schools of Engineering, Architecture and Industrial Design spread over 7 campuses over the Lombardy region with a central administration and management.

The 9 schools are devoted to education whereas the 16 departments are devoted to research. The educational policy of the Politecnico di Milano consists in offering different curricula tailored to the needs of its territory, which is considered one of most developed industrial areas in Europe.

The number of students enrolled in all campuses is approximately 40, which makes the Politecnico di Milano the largest institution in Italy for Engineering, Architecture and Industrial Design. Bachelor - Politecnico di Milano The Politecnico di Milano is one of the most outstanding technical universities in Europe. Establishedit is the largest school of architecture, design and engineering in Italy, with two main campuses located in Milan, the heart of fashion and design industries, and five more premises around the Lombardy region, in Northern Italy.The Politecnico di Milano was established in by a group of scholars and entrepreneurs belonging to prominent Milanese families.

The Politecnico di Milano is now ranked as one of the most outstanding European universities in Engineering, Architecture and Industrial Design, and in many disciplines is regarded as a leading research institution worldwide In Italy the term "Politecnico" means a state university consisting only of study programmes in Engineering and Architecture.

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Cini Boeri. Roberto Rocca.Viviana Acquaviva is an astrophysicist using data science techniques to study the Universe. Valeria Cagnina, born inpassionate about robotics and technology. Now, at 17yo, her school became a real company with her company partner Francesco Baldassarre.

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Together Valeria and Francesco expand their robotics school making activities from 3yo children to teens, adults, teachers with state certificated courses in public and private schools and in companies with team building in small, medium and big company like Cisco, Allianz, Michelin, Enel and IBM. She currently holds the title of Principal Software Engineer, and lives in the East Bay area with her husband and two kids. Her main research interest is to develop algorithms for learning, recognition and categorization of visual and multimodal patterns for artificial autonomous systems.

Lorella Carimali is a teacher of mathematics and physics at the Vittorio Veneto High school in Milano. She has ongoing collaborations with universities, in particular with the LIUC University of Castellanza, research centres, as well as with other teaching organizations, and is active in the field of innovative teaching methods. She has been passionate about school and about teaching students for over 30 years, ever since leaving university, where she chose a teaching career over the better paid private sector opportunities that were offered to her.

Her teaching methods are innovative and aimed at teaching mathematical thought together with development of those skills necessary for the workplace of tomorrow.

In she was awarded as one of the 10 best teachers in Italy, and in she was chosen among 50 finalists for the Global Teacher Prize the Nobel prize for teachers. Lucia is convinced knowledge dissemination is the way everybody can have a social impact, offering their own capabilities to others. In her role in innovation and technology, Lucia has constantly supported company managers, start-uppers, entrepreneurial people, sharing her vision with transparency and passion.

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Margherita is the Group Chief Financial Officer for Vodafone and a member of the Vodafone Group PLC board, the culmination of a year successful career with an organisation that Margherita is passionate about. Margherita's career has been built on strong leadership and the ability to transform Finance In a strong partner for the business.

Then, she focused her career into challenge in engineering and tech for aerospace by co-founding an academic spin-off company inSERMS srl, taking the inspiration with others from the cultural exchange between academia and industry. Her vision helped SERMS to gain recognition and to build close partnerships with leading national and international companies and organizations.

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In this same institution, she previously held responsibility roles, being Director of the Department of Aerospace Engineering and Full Professor of Aerospace Mechanics at the Aerospace Engineering Faculty. For over 30 years she has been a key player in the Space Flight Dynamics field, giving a meaningful contribution in several space research areas, such as: space mission design, attitude control, rendez-vous and docking manoeuvres, control of large space structures and micro-gravity experiments.

She has more than 20 years of experience as a top executive in leading global corporations. She also served as Board member of two Companies purposely built as a result of a public tender. She received her Ph. D and M. Her research interests cover many areas in the fields of cybersecurity, privacy, and trust management. On these topics, she has published more than scientific publications in international journals and conference proceedings. Current research includes Big Data and IoT security and privacy, access control, machine learning for cybersecurity, risk analysis, blockchain, and secure social media.

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Valeria detected the big potential behind this product and she did a market analysis around the world, during which she realized a project called "Teethan", that in 2 years became one of the key products of BTS. Teethan is not only a breakthrough technology but a combination of a new business model for dentistry the renting model and of a new way of communicating with patients.

This new winning approach, in Januaryled to the foundation of a separate company, called Teethan, completely dedicated to the project developed in the previous years by Valeria.These are external links and will open in a new window.

From opera at La Scala to football at the San Siro stadium, from the catwalks of fashion week to the soaring architecture of the cathedral, Milan is crowded with Italian icons. Which makes it even more of a cultural earthquake that one of Italy's leading universities - the Politecnico di Milano - is going to switch to the English language.

The university has announced that from most of its degree courses - including all its graduate courses - will be taught and assessed entirely in English rather than Italian. The waters of globalisation are rising around higher education - and the university believes that if it remains Italian-speaking it risks isolation and will be unable to compete as an international institution. Italy might have been the cradle of the last great global language - Latin - but now this university is planning to adopt English as the new common language.

He says that his university's experiment will "open up a window of change for other universities", predicting that in five to 10 years other Italian universities with global ambitions will also switch to English. This is one of the oldest universities in Milan and a flagship institution for science, engineering and architecture, which lays claim to a Nobel prize winner.

Almost one in three of all Italy's architects are claimed as graduates. So this is a significant step. But what is driving this cultural change? Is it the intellectual equivalent of pop bands like Abba singing in English to reach a wider market?

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Professor Azzone says a university wants to reach the widest market in ideas - and English has become the language of higher education, particularly in science and engineering.

When English is the language of international business, he also believes that learning in English will make his students more employable. The need to attract overseas students and researchers, including from the UK and non-English speaking countries, is another important reason for switching to English as the primary language. There is also the growing impact of university league tables.

Even if academics question their objectivity they have become increasingly important in how universities market themselves. And the use of English, particularly for research, is seen as helping to raise visibility in international rankings. European universities face being caught between two competing powers - the wealthy heavy weights in the United States and the rising countries of Asia. Professor Azzone says there is a stark choice between becoming isolated and parochial or trying to compete with these academic superpowers - and he argues that this will require European universities to work together.

We need to have a European alliance of strong universities. The change to English will mean new text books, lectures, course materials. There will be 3m euros for recruiting additional academic staff. But is there also a cultural cost here?


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