Our campus of Milan

In the center of the city

Curiosities, facts, context

Milan at a glance:

  • Milan is a global fashion and design capital, hosting renowned fashion weeks and design exhibitions.
  • The iconic Milan Cathedral (Duomo di Milano) is one of the largest Gothic cathedrals in the world, adorned with intricate spires and statues.
  • Leonardo da Vinci’s famous mural, “The Last Supper,” is housed in Milan’s Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie.
  • La Scala, one of the world’s most famous opera houses, is located in Milan, showcasing exceptional performances.
  • Milan is Italy’s financial hub, hosting the country’s main stock exchange and numerous international businesses.
  • Known for its high-end shopping, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is one of the world’s oldest shopping malls.
  • The Navigli district is famous for its picturesque canals, lined with trendy cafes, boutiques, and art studios.
The building

Located in the heart of Milan, our campus stands as a modern and versatile facility designed to cater to a myriad of needs. Spread across expansive grounds, the campus boasts a diverse array of spaces meticulously crafted for various purposes, ensuring a dynamic and multifunctional environment for students, faculty, and visitors alike. From state-of-the-art lecture halls equipped with cutting-edge technology to collaborative spaces fostering creativity and innovation, our campus seamlessly blends functionality with aesthetics. Additionally, our campus features specialized areas for research, workshops, seminars, and recreational activities, reflecting our commitment to holistic education and experiential learning. With its strategic location, innovative design, and comprehensive amenities, the Milan campus serves as a vibrant hub for academic excellence, community engagement, and intellectual exploration.

The Prestigious Area

The Duomo area in Milan, Italy, is a vibrant and iconic district known for its centerpiece, the magnificent Milan Cathedral (Duomo di Milano). Surrounding the cathedral, the area boasts elegant shops, cafes, and historic buildings, creating a lively atmosphere. Visitors can explore the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, a stunning shopping gallery, and ascend to the cathedral’s terrace for panoramic views of the city. The Duomo area is not only a cultural and architectural hub but also a bustling focal point for locals and tourists alike, making it a must-visit destination in Milan.

How to reach the Unicollege campus in Milan in Via Durini 7

Public transports

Milan Malpensa airport offers shuttle services or buses that provide transportation to various locations within Milan. You can check with the airport information desk or visit the official airport website to find available services and schedules. Once you arrive in Milan, you can then take public transportation or a taxi to reach Via Durini 7.

Milan Linate airport has a direct metro line that stops in San Babila, 2 minutes walk from Via Durini 7

Public transports available:

Metropolitana (Tube): San Babila – M1(red line), M4 (blu line)
Bus: 54, 58, 60, 61, 65, 73, 81, 94
Trains: San Babila  S13, S5, S6
Tram: 27

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