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I have been attending the Polytechnic for almost a year for the Master’s Degree in Management Engineering and I feel now to say that I could not make a better choice. Especially for management students, this university offers many opportunities for growth and extra-curricular experiences, from informal meetings and aperitifs with companies to workshops and training with associations and experts. I attend the campus of Bovisa and I must say that it is not one of the best areas of Milan, very in the suburbs and not served by the subway. However, the railway pass allows you to reach the campus with ease. It has just been built a beautiful library and a study room, wide and always clean. Then there are ample spaces to work with your work groups. A good initiative promoted by almost all professors is to carry out projects of an optional group that have for now always proved useful and formative. Being one of the best universities in Italy, the level is very high and I have to admit that the teachers are very demanding and not very high in giving the votes. I would recommend the Politecnico to anyone who has ambition and a great desire to get involved at 360 degrees, not only in the studio. In addition, a very international environment is breathed across the campus, as the MSc programs are all in English. 30% of students are foreigners from all over the world.
Politecnico di Milano is a very good choice for anyone about to start studying in any of the Engineering fields. All of the programs are well-structured and leave choice to students on some aspects, most professors are qualified and most of them have many ongoing researches and publications regarding their field, overall there is a great attention towards students and their needs.
On the other hand, the first years are very harsh and draining and, more than often, long periods of intense studying lead to barely sufficient grades.
All of the structures are kept well and many services are offered to students, such as cheap lunch, discounts on copies and stationery and a wide selection of books to borrow from the library.
Great University, but as the title says most of the professors have the same English skills as a 10 years old kid. I’d totally change that by introducing English tests, one each semester.
And they should definitely update the Beep platform. It crashes quite often, especially during exam sessions.
Politecnico di Milano is the best technical university in Italy, according to different rankings. Degrees in Engineering, Architecture and Design are taught in two campuses in the city of Milan, plus external campuses in Como, Lecco, Piacenza, Cremona and Mantova. All classrooms and infrastructures are being renovated to be updated in order to offer new technologies and service. Professors and TAs are usually competent and helpful, while exams can be difficult as the teaching level is high. Lessons and practices can be all day long but they are useful to deeply understand all the subjects. Most master degrees are taught in English as the number of international students is constantly increasing!
The university also has a career service to help to graduate students to find internships and work
The Politecnico di Milano is a great choice for you to continue your studies on some of the M.Sc. programs. Professors are the best one in Italy. The University has good reviews and it is highly rated in Italy (first) and in the world. It has a lot of international students and great opportunities after you graduate. Especially for the engineering departments. It’s really easy to find a work after you graduate or even while you are studying. As well as me, most of my friends got jobs or internships during their studies. To make your life easier during the studies and especially after if you decide to stay here, start learning Italian on time.