Universita Bocconi


Milano, Italy


Università Bocconi was established in 1902 with a generous endowment from Ferdinando Bocconi, a wealthy merchant .Bocconi was the first Italian institution of higher education to grant a degree in economics.

Today Bocconi is more international than ever before: the hundreds of students entering each year from around the world make up over 15% of the student body.

Bocconi is a member of two important international networks, the Program of International Management (PIM) and the Community of European Management Schools (CEMS).

The modern urban campus, located next to a public park, features several new buildings, including expanded classroom, IT and dormitory space, and a stunning facility for the school’s Institutes and Research Centres .There are excellent catering services, and Bocconi students enjoy special rates on tickets to the theatre and to Milan’s famed La Scala opera, and have the use of dedicated sports facilities.

Degree Courses Available Through English

  • Bachelor of International Economics, Management and Finance

Overview of the Town or City

Milan is unabashedly urban. Its urban population is approaching 4.5m, making it the largest city in Italy and the fifth largest in the EU. The city is one of Europe’s main transportation and industrial hubs, and Milan one of EUs the most influential centres for business and science.

The city is renowned for its fashion houses and shops and has a rich cultural and architectural heritage. Of course, Milan has a vibrant nightlife. Its early evening “Happy Hour” fills hotels, restaurants and clubs are filled with people taking an aperitivo, usually a light snack and a drink, after which, the traditional Italian “passeggiata” is held, which is a social event in which some people promenade the streets, chatting with friends or window shopping. From there the nights stretch into the small hours with a bewildering range of dance and music.


From €4463 to €10,033 [ linked to family income]

Degree courses available through english: