A new academic year is about to start with face-to-face lectures in all Milanese universities.
For example, 83% of classes at Bocconi will be in person every other week to ensure social distancing, while the rest will be fully online in live streaming or in a hybrid format.
The various universities of Milano (Bocconi, Cattolica, Politecnico, Statale, Bicocca, IULM, NABA, etc.) have already started their Welcome Weeks for international students with presentations on the functioning of the university and tours on campus.
Students who come from abroad can find reliable information and assistance in the workshops organized by YesMilano Students on topics such as: how to obtain the Fiscal Code, how to enroll in the Italian National Health System, how to obtain residence status, tips on rents & housing, transportation, employment, and more!Click here to see them all.
These are the rules to access Milano campuses: wear a face mask and carry your green pass. The latter is required for all university students, faculty and staff.
There could be students who cannot be issued a green pass because they are vaccinated with a serum not recognized by the European Medicines Agency (EMA).
We are waiting for more information on how students who have done Sputnik or Sinovac, for instance, can get their green passes.
In the meanwhile, follow this page with all the relevant administrative info.
We invite all international students living in Milano or planning to come here to follow the YesMilano Students channels on Telegram and TikTok (@yesmilano), so you can be updated with all the activities we organize for you, as well as other useful information to make your stay pleasant in the city.
- YesMilano Students Team