The Polytechnic University of Milan or Politecnico di Milano is one of the biggest specialized colleges in technical aspects in Italy, with more than 42,000 students enrolled. The college offers undergrad, graduate, and advanced education courses in different fields such as Design, engineering, and architecture. It is one of the oldest colleges in Milan as it was established in the year 1836.
The Politecnico Di Milano has got 2 of its main campuses in the city of Milan, Italy itself. Here, most of the exploration and training exercises are situated. Besides these two main campuses, it also has other satellite grounds in five different urban communities over the regions of Emilia Romagna as well as Lombardy. The central offices and headquarters are situated in Città Studi in Milan, which since 1927, has been the biggest and dynamic one.
The college is positioned amongst the best in the world in a very consistent manner by reliable sources, as per the QS World University Rankings. As per the 2020 ratings, this University is the sixteenth best-specialized college in the world, positioning third in Europe after EPFL Lausanne and ETH Zurich, and it’s rated 6th best for Design worldwide, seventh for Civil and Mechanical Engineering and Structural Engineering and finally, 11th for its Architecture. The University has taught a lot of professors and notable alumni. Some of them being architects Renzo Piano and Aldo Rossi, Nobel laureate Giulio Natta, writer Carlo Emilio Gadda.
This University in Milan offers a lot of undergraduate courses of 3 years, graduate courses of 2 years, one-year ace courses, and Ph.D. programs in the fields of building, engineering, designing, and management. The college offers 32 first level programs for bachelors.
The academic year consists of a total semester, the first one ranging from mid-September to late January and the second one from March to late June. There are three exams held in one academic year; those toward the finish of every semester conducted in February and July and another one more in September. All the undergrad students need to accomplish 60 college credits for one camera year during their Bachelor and graduate degrees. In this manner, the Bachelor requires 180 in 3 years credits while the Master requires 120 in 2 years. This college, like most other colleges in Italy, is sorted out to consent to the structure of the Bologna Process.
The college keeps up a few relationships with other colleges abroad and offers a wide scope of global undertakings for student exchange programs. They attract the enlistment of understudies from abroad by giving a few courses in English, Spanish, and German for their convenience. It partakes in the ENTREE for student exchange programs with various Electrical Engineering universities in Europe, and along with that, it is also a member of TIME or Top Industrial Managers for Europe network.
The Alta Scuola Politecnica is also in collaboration with the Polytechnic University of Milan, along with the Polytechnic University of Turin routed to students who need to build up their interdisciplinary abilities for leadership promotions, etc., and runs in corresponding to the two-year graduate courses.
For admissions in engineering, one needs to give an entrance test of the college itself for which candidates need to prepare for Logic, Mathematics, and Statistics; Verbal Comprehension; Physic and English language. For courses of architecture and design, one needs to give a test overlooked by the Ministry of Education and consists of 5 sections: English, logic, history, GK, drawing and representation, and maths and physics.