Our Audience

    The variety of companies present and the numerous services offered also attract a wide variety of talent profiles including economics, technical-scientific and humanistic.

    The University in numbers

    Training offer

    Almost 40,000 students, over 10,000 graduates each year, about 1,400 teachers.

    • 42 three-year degree courses
    • 45 Master’s degree courses
    • 6 single-cycle Master’s degree courses
    • 2 three-year degree courses and 1 curriculum in English
    • 1 single cycle Master’s degree course in English
    • 5 Master’s degree courses and 3 profiles in English
    • Over 100 I and II level masters

    Structures

    • 12 Faculties’
    • 8 High schools
    • 50 Postgraduate Schools
    • 18 Research Doctorates
    • 28 Departments
    • 38 Institutes
    • 80 Research Centers
    • 5 University Centers
    • 7 spin offs

    Students / Teachers/span>

    • About 40.000 students
    • Over 10.000 graduates each year
    • 1.400 teachers

     

    Locations and Courses

    • Rome: Economics; Management of Health Services; Nursing and Obstetric Sciences; Rehabilitation Sciences in Health Professions; Medicine and Surgery; Dentistry and Dental Prosthetics; Nursing; Cosmetology;
    • Milan: Banking and Finance; Corporate Communications; Media and complex organisations; Pedagogical Advice for Disability and Marginality; Business Management and Consulting; Economics; Economics of Markets and Financial Intermediaries; Economics and Management of Cultural Heritage and Entertainment; Business Economics and Legislation; Modern Philology; Philosophy; Work Management and Communication for Organisations; Law; Social work and Services for Families, Children and Communities; Foreign Languages, Literature and Cultures; Management; Company Management; Media education; Markets and Business Strategies; European and International Policies; Policies for International Development Cooperation; Public Policies; Clinical Psychology and Health Promotion: Person, Family and Community Relationships; Developmental Psychology and Protection Processes; Psychology for Well-Being: Empowerment, Rehabilitation and Positive Technology; Psychology for Organisations: Human Resources, Marketing and Communication; Primary Education Sciences; Sciences and Techniques of Preventive and Adapted Motor Activities; Linguistic Sciences; Pedagogical Sciences and Personal Services; Statistical and Actuarial Sciences;
    • Piacenza and Cremona: Agricultural and Food Economics – Economy and Management of the Agri-Food System; Food Marketing and Business Strategies; Company Management; Law; Global Business Management; Pedagogical Planning in Services for Minors; Agricultural Sciences and Technologies; Food Science and Technology;
    • Brescia: Modern Philology; Physics; Management of Digital Contents for the Media, Businesses and Cultural Heritage (Ge.Co.); Mathematics; Computer Technology; Pedagogical Planning and Training of Human Resources; Psychology of Clinical Interventions in Social Contexts; Primary Education Sciences; Linguistic Sciences; Nursing;

    Our audience

     

     

    AREA OF STUDY
    (Students, graduates and young professional)

     
     
    UNIVERSITIES ATTENDED

     

     

    OCCUPATION STATUS OF PARTICIPANTS