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How long you will study
Domestic course fees
EUR 900 per year
How you will study
International course fees
EUR 3900 per year
Notes about fees for this course
Students applying to the programme should meet the following requirements:
Timothy, MSc in Integrated Product Design
Timothy is from Philadelphia and he is a Design graduate at Politecnico di Milano.
Thanks to the university's well-equipped laboratories, he was able to develop his own creative ideas. He also had the opportunity to take part in Alta Scuola Politecnica and to work with other students in multidisciplinary teams on real-life projects.
Follow his advice and be prepared for the experience of a lifetime!
Listen to Timothy's experience here: My life at Polimi - USA
Sebastian, MSc in Environmental and Land Planning Engineering
Sebastian, from Bogotá, chose Politecnico di Milano for its high-quality teaching and fell in love with Milan's multicultural atmosphere.
While in Italy, he grew fond of running and participated in the Polimi Run, a competition which takes place twice a year.
After graduating in Environmental and Land Planning Engineering, he went on to work for an Environmental Engineering company in Milan.
Listen to Sebastian's experience here: My life at Polimi - Colombia
Rogerio and Yiwei
Rogerio, from Brazil, and Yiwei, from China, met each other thanks to Politecnico di Milano Buddy project.
The Buddy project matches new international students with current students of the university according to the programme and the interests of the two.
A Buddy is a current student who, on a voluntary basis, will help one international student by getting in contact before arrival, answering questions, giving useful tips, introducing student life at the university and in the city for the first three months after arrival.
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