1. Can I apply as Visiting Student if I don’t speak Italian?
YES. The knowledge of Italian language is not an essential requirement. Communication will be done in English (spoken by staff and students). The Collegio di Milano hosts students coming from all over the world.
2. How far is the Collegio from Milan city centre and from universities?
IT DEPENDS OF THE DESTINATION. The Collegio di Milano is well connected with public transportartion and Milan city centre is around 20 minutes away. The bus stops few meters away from the main entrance of Collegio; the nearest subway station is Famagosta, on green line of Subway, and it’s located at 500 m from Collegio.
3. Is Collegio a safe place?
YES. The entrance of the building is kept under surveillance with a concierge service active daily during work days. A video-surveillance system is also active. For security reasons, all visitors need to show a valid document entering Collegio.
4. Is a medical assistance available?
YES. The doctor of Collegio di Milano is available to schedule meeting at Collegio. In case of emergency, the nearest first aid is at 500 m from Collegio (Hospital San Paolo).
5. Am I obliged to respect specific hours and rules?
NO (hours) and YES (rules). Students have free access to Collegio 24/7. Every student is required to sign and respect the Educational Agreement, regulating the behavior inside the building, based on reciprocal respect and specifying the duties that each student should follow to stay in Collegio: to be on track to graduate on time, maintaining the average of marks to 27/30, follow the Cultural activities, respect the rules.
6. Can I host guests?
YES BUT WITH SOME LIMITATIONS. All the guests need to be registered at the entrance and can stay inside Collegio only during day time.