IULM University of Milan

IULM University - Milan
Libera Università di Lingue e Comunicazione IULM
Motto Sapere, saper essere e saper fare
Type Private
Established 1968
Rector Prof. Mario Negri
Students 6.409
Location Milan, Italy
Campus Milan and Rome
Sports teams CUS Milano (http://www.cusmilano.it/)
Website www.iulm.it/

The IULM University - Milan (Italian: Libera Università di Lingue e Comunicazione IULM ) is a university located in Milan, Italy. It was founded in 1968 and is organized in 4 Faculties.

History and Profile

The University Institute for Modern Languages (IULM) was founded by Carlo Bo and Silvio Baridon, both professors at the school, in 1968. It was renamed in 1998, as the IULM University of Languages and Communication, to reflect its teaching of both languages and communication.

IULM University offers five three-year degree courses:

In addition to these three-year undergraduate degree courses, IULM University offers one- and two-year post-graduate degree courses, and also research doctorate schools.

Teaching staff include managers and professionals from media and communication, professional services, business, public administration and cultural organisations. Teaching is done through lectures, classroom activities and case studies, continuous assessment, internships in Italy and abroad and through international student exchanges.

Main Building
Entrance Hall


Building 2, building 1 and Knowledge Transfer Center
Student Housing

IULM University camps includes a study centre with modern teaching facilities.

The main building houses a reception desk, students’ admin. offices, the Dean’s office, the library and classrooms. New buildings have recently been added: a canteen catering for about 400 people, a building intended to become a research institute, an auditorium and a hall of residence.


These are the 4 faculties in which the university is divided into:

1st Cycle Degrees

2nd Cycle Degrees

University Masters – 1st level

Master degrees – level 2

Research Doctorates

See also

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Coordinates: 45°26′34.08″N 9°9′51.13″E / 45.4428000°N 9.1642028°E / 45.4428000; 9.1642028

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