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University of Milano - UMIL
Also known as ‘La Statale’, the University of Milan is, relatively speaking, one of Italy’s younger university institutions. It was founded in 1924 thanks to the tenacious efforts of doctor and gynaecologist Luigi Mangiagalli, who in creating La Statale, realised his long-held dream of building a university for Lombardy’s regional capital.
The University of Milan is a public teaching and research university, which – with 8 faculties and 2 schools and a teaching staff of 2000 – is a leading institute in Italy and Europe for scientific productivity. With a proactive role in science, technology, and economics networks, it is involved in national and international research programs and also collaborates with other scientific institutions. In fact, it is the results of our research, attested to by an important quantity of scientific publications (more than 24,000 in the last three years alone).
The Milan University Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences is the largest in Italy in the Lombardy area. With a broad, diversified educational offering, Agricultural and Food Sciences offers its students important training opportunities thanks to its modern laboratories – including those for advanced computer systems, chemistry, microbiology, sensorial analysis, genetics and molecular biology – its three experimental farms and an interesting greenhouse complex.
A FEW FIGURES
77 Undergraduate programmes
64 Master’s degree programmes
32 Doctoral programmes
75 Vocational masters
65 Postgraduate Schools
2.000+ Incoming/outgoing student mobility
1.200+ International agreements
21 Joint / Double degrees
22 Programmes in English
PLANT SCIENCE AT UMIL
MASTER PROGRAM IN CROPS AND PLANT SCIENCES
Last updated : October 5, 2020