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How to apply for Master of Science in Polimi

How to apply for Master of Science in Polimi

Master of science (known as Laurea Magistrale in Italian), is a postgraduate degree obtained after two years of studies. In addition, there are some special courses with five years of studies. The Bachelor students willing to accomplish their study in higher levels could participate for a Master course. After that the Doctoral program is indeed […]

8 Things to do and not to do in Milan

8 Things to do and not to do in Milan

There are some untold mysterious rules about all the countries all around the world that you need to know, specially when you are a student living there. If you are a student of (Politecnico di milao) Polimi then follow these tips to know your surroundings better. So let’s move on to top 4 things you […]

English Speaking Doctors and Medical Facilities in the Milan

English Speaking Doctors and Medical Facilities in the Milan

Do you need an English-speaking doctor in Italy who can provide you and your loved ones with the excellent care you are looking for? Do you want to feel at home while you are abroad? If you are new in Milan and you do not know Italian very well and you need to meet a […]

What is Partita IVA and how to apply for it?

What is Partita IVA and how to apply for it?

Most peoples who want to live in Italy doesn’t know what to do or what they gonna need to apply, in the other hand there are some students around here especially new ones who study in Italy don’t know how to apply for Partita IVA so we decided to clarify this subject here, once for all time. […]

How to find your requirements online in Milan

How to find your requirements online in Milan

How to create your needs online in Milan For living in a new city, you have to consider how you want to handle your early needs in order to adopt to the new city as quickly as possible. Here in this article our aim is to introduce you to some useful sites which are about […]

Polimi residence

Polimi residence

If you want to compete for a scholarship from the Politecnico di Milano that covers the costs of the residency, participate in the call for the  Right to Education If you are a student with a disability and want to book a residence, write to  multichance (at) polimi.it If you are a visiting professor or visiting PhD […]

Transport in Milan

Transport in Milan

Transport in Milan: How to move around the city Milan is a big city and moving by car, especially during rush hour, can be a really stressful experience. Luckily, there are other ways to move around, most of them provided by the Milan Transport Company (ATM). The first paragraphs are dedicated to the public transport […]

How online check your permesso di soggiorno

How online check your permesso di soggiorno

So many people who come to our site look for how they can check if the residence permit they have requested or renewed is ready. We have decided to prepare a complete guide on how to do it without getting lost in the internet world. We will do it in 4 precise steps. We will […]

Daily markets in Milan: areas and weekly calendar

Daily markets in Milan: areas and weekly calendar

Save money , have more choice, deal a little on price and compare different prices for the same products in the space of a few meters: these are the main reasons for going to a local market on a certain day of the week . As you know, Milan is divided into nine areas : you will find below a calendar – zone by zone with the list of the […]

International Mobility

International Mobility

STUDESKS (STUDENT DESKS) If you are interested in an experience of mobility, you should contact the StuDesk of your School. Check the list of frequently asked questions (FAQ) made by students before you contact our offices. You may find the answer to your question among the FAQ published online. SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE URBAN PLANNING CONSTRUCTION […]

POLIMI CHATBOT

POLIMI CHATBOT

THE VIRTUAL ASSISTANT OF POLITECNICO DI MILANO If you need information on admissions tuition fees certificates you can use the new experimental contact mode of the registrar’s office, which includes the existing channels. Polimi Chatbot is a 24-hour automatic responder, available in this first stage only in Italian. The tool, developed by Politecnico di Milano in collaboration […]

How to get a Visa and “Permesso Di Soggiorno” in Italy

How to get a Visa and “Permesso Di Soggiorno” in Italy

There are essentially two distinct categories of Italian visas: Student visas and work visas. While there are spousal visas, diplomatic visas, and religious visas, the student and working visa branches make up the majority of potential options you can pursue in your endeavor to legally gain long-term access to living in Italy. For starters, the Italian immigration […]

How to get a student visa in Italy?

How to get a student visa in Italy?

The student visa application process is the most straightforward means of obtaining an Italian visa. Potential students apply to their local Italian consulate in their home country for a student visa that applies to the school and academic program of their choice. Scholastic options range from U.S. university study abroad programs to Italian university degree programs to […]

Polimi Scholarship for talented international candidates

Polimi Scholarship for talented international candidates

Merit-Based Scholarships Thanks to the cooperation with public and private partners, every year Politecnico di Milano offers a number of merit-based scholarships to the most talented international candidates admitted to a Master of Science program to the 1st or 2nd semester. Students obtaining a scholarship will have to pay only a non-refundable administrative fee of about €160. All the […]

EU Blue Card Residence Permit

EU Blue Card Residence Permit

EU blue card now available in Italy for highly specialized employees The Blue Card is an approved EU-wide work permit (Council Directive 2009/50/EC)[1] allowing high-skilled Non-EU citizens to work and live in any country within the European Union, excluding Denmark, Ireland and the United Kingdom, which are not subject to the proposal. Intended for highly […]

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