Università IULM is the centre of excellence in Italy for training in Communication and New Media, Languages, Tourism, Arts and Creative Industries.
Knowledge, awareness and expertise. For more than 50 years, Università IULM has built its educational mission on these three cornerstones. Integrating cultural preparation, soft skills and professional competence, the University stands as a meeting point between higher learning and business.
Università IULM sets the Student as the core of its mission, taking care of aspects of university life such as the interaction between Student and Faculty, the connection with the real world and the support of collaborative learning and creative thinking.
Università IULM was founded in 1968. From the very beginning the idea behind the project was to satisfy the demands of the labor market based on the analysis of current trends.
The mission of Università IULM is to train excellent professionals/specialists through an education based on the deep knowledge of communication strategies and foreign languages. According to Almalaurea’s 2020 Report, the high employment rate for IULM graduates is above the national average (71,9% of those who earned an undergraduate degree from IULM have found stable employment within a year of graduating, and 79,7% of those who earned a two-year masters degree from IULM have found a job within a year of graduating, which is 8.7% higher than national average).
Università IULM offers first-year students a peer tutoring scheme to support them across the early stages of their new experience. The aim is to facilitate transition and improve the quality of the students’ academic and social engagement.
The University stands out as an ultra-modern complex, technologically advanced and equipped with structures and spaces to provide space for studying, research and also for being together.
In a students centered 65.000 sqm Campus you'll find: two residences, 4 food/beverage outlets, a library with a collection of more than 240,000 catalogued books, more than 1,300 periodicals and around 56,000 films, documentaries and language courses, dedicated classrooms for studying, consulting offices for scholarships requests or Erasmus Program, and constant guidance, mentoring and counselling.