A successful career starts with high quality education: find your MSc in Engineering at Politecnico di Milano! (2022-23)

Postgraduate Programmes in Engineering (Laurea Magistrale, corresponding to Master of Science, and PhD programmes)
900 - 3,900EUR / year

Ranked 1st Italian University by QS, Politecnico di Milano is a historical Technical University based in the stunning city of Milan, capital of fashion and of design and one of the largest economic and cultural centers in Italy and in Europe. Our University is a hub for innovation and it offers advanced technologies and labs for research, as well as high quality teaching in an international environment.

Approximately 47,509 students study here and over 7,301 are international students coming from more than 100 different countries, 5,449 study at MSc level.

The employability rates of our graduate students are very high, thanks to the excellent reputation of Politecnico di Milano among employers and researchers and thanks to the support of our Career Service.

Merit-based scholarships are available for talented students. Join this webinar to find out more about our new Engineering programmes, about the next application calls, scholarship details and more!

For Laurea Magistrale: 3,900 Euros a year, for two years. For EU citizens: from 900 up to 3,900 Euros a year, according to the family income.
1.     Educational offer of Politecnico di Milano (MSc and PhD)
2.     How to apply for the MSc programme at Politecnico di Milano
3.     Services for international students, fees, scholarships
4.     Career Service and Employability
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A Bachelor Degree in Engineering, Business, Economics, General Science, Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Agriculture and Forestry. No work experience is required.
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For EU students only: until 1st July to start studies in September 2022 (all programmes) For all students, until 20th July 2022 to start studies in February 2023 (only Engineering programmes)
September: 1st semester. February: 2nd semester.